I introduce to you my new baby; the Gingerbread Buckwheat Crepe. It’s wholesome and satisfying, like cookies from a grandparent, but with fewer questions about your current employment status and non-existent significant other.
Other than meat, there are other ways to get complete proteins in your meals and buckwheat is one of them!
The term “complete protein” refers to amino acids, the building blocks of protein. There are 20 different amino acids that can form a protein, and 9 that the body can’t produce on its own. These are called essential amino acids—we need to eat them because we can’t make them ourselves. In order to be considered “complete,” a protein must contain all nine of these essential amino acids.
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Gorgeous vege pizza loaded with colorful bell peppers, onions, mushrooms, spinach leaves from parsley in my teeth. What a great idea! Other than buckwheat flour, the pizza dough incorporates grounded chia seeds too. Healthy and nutritious~
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
Buckwheat crepes with chocolate! What a wonderful idea. To get the chocolate flavor, cocoa power was added into the batter mix. This recipe is vegan & gluten-free and only uses buckwheat flour. I have noticed other buckwheat crêpe recipes that also uses other types of flours. The crepes are served with date-sweetened chocolate sauce. The recipe for the sauce is included in her blog too so check it out! To top it off, add some fresh fruits of your choice. Perfect for breakfast don’t you think? 😉
A recipe from helynshealthykitchen.blogspot.sg