Buckwheat and oat banana pancakes are my favorite! Perfectly thick and fluffy. Best served with lots of fresh fruits on the side.
Turns out, I love buckwheat pancakes MORE than regular pancakes! I would never have known this unless I gave them a second chance. I think it’s important to give (most) things second chances. Especially when those second chances can be delicious. My favorite way to enjoy these Buckwheat & Oat Pancakes is to top it with vegan vanilla yogurt and berries. Have you ever tried yogurt on top of pancakes? To me, it tastes almost like icing. The pancakes in the pictures are topped with vanilla yogurt, blackberries and lemon zest. I have replaced unhealthy wheat pancakes with nutritious buckwheat pancakes and it’s all thanks to second chances.[…]
This high protein and fiber breakfast can be made ahead of time for those on the go who say they don’t have enough time to eat a healthy breakfast.
½ cup buckwheat groats
½ cup steel cut oats
½ cup freekeh*
½ cup quinoa*
Maple syrup or honey to taste
Butter to taste (optional)
Dried fruit (optional): dried cherries, apricots, chopped dates, figs, or raisins etc.
Combine buckwheat groats, steel cut oats, freekeh and quinoa with 4 cups water in large sauce pan and bring to a boil. Reduce heat to low and cook about 15 to 20 minutes, stirring occasionally. Add more water or milk as needed to reach desired consistency. If you plan to add milk when you reheat it, leave it a little on the thick side.
Remove from heat and add dried fruit, your favorite natural sweetener, maple syrup or maple sugar to taste. Although honey is a healthy alternative to refined sugar, when cooking or baking with honey, it is not necessary to use raw honey since the heat destroys the all the pollen, enzymes, propolis, vitamins, amino acids, antioxidants, minerals, and aromatics.
Let cool and store in the fridge. Scoop out what you want, add milk and butter (optional) and pop it in the microwave at home or work.
*Freekeh (sometimes spelled frikeh) or farik is a cereal food made from green wheat that goes through a roasting process in its production. It is an ancient Middle Eastern dish that is especially popular in Levantine, Arabian Peninsula, Palestinian and Egyptian cuisine, but also in North African and other neighboring cuisines.
*Quinoa is a species of goosefoot (Chenopodium) and a grain crop grown primarily for its edible seeds. It is a pseudo cereal rather than a true cereal, as it is not a member of the true grass family. As a chenopod, quinoa is closely related to species such as beetroots, spinach and tumbleweeds and is high in protein and lacks gluten.
For those who don’t have time to make breakfast in the morning, this is a recipe for you. Overnight oats are usually thick and served chilled. Make them by soaking the buckwheat groats in milk and leaving it overnight in the fridge. In this recipe, she mixed in chia seeds, flax seeds, cinnamon and some vanilla extract. In the morning you can add throw in some fruit or nuts. Simple to prepare and healthy too!
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Wonderful breakfast idea! – Chocolate granola with buckwheat, oats, flax seeds and coconut flakes. Looks real yummy~ Top it off with chocolate chips and berries. Enjoy it with milk. Can’t wait to try out this recipe 🙂
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Instead of using buckwheat flour, this recipe uses whole buckwheat groats plus steel cut oats! There’s no flour involved. The buckwheat groats has to be soaked overnight first. Using only a few ingredients, they are mixed together in the blender to produce the waffle’s batter. These waffles look really good!
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Simple and hearty buckwheat digestive biscuits with rolled oats and cheddar cheese. Perfect as a snack with a cup of coffee 🙂
A recipe from the blog, onemorebite.com
A recipe to share this slow mid-week, delicious waffles made from the main ingredients; buckwheat flour, oats flour & flax seed. A healthier choice to enjoying your waffles. It’s gluten-free and vegan too. My top 3 waffles toppings would definitely be chocolate spread, maple syrup and melted cheese. Eating it for breakfast with a cup of cappuccino . Yummy!
What’s your favorite waffle topping?
A recipe from feedtheloveblog.com