Healthy buckwheat waffles with rhubarb cream! Try this recipe from the food blog, Vikalinka
Rhubarb is a vegetable with celery-like stalks. Some might find rhubarb too tart to eat unsweetened. Rhubarb stalks are are rich in B-complex vitamins and is one of the least calorie vegetables.
Tip when choosing rhubarb: Choose those whose stalks are firm and upright. Avoid those that are limp and curled or spotted brown.
Interested in more rhubarb recipes? Check out this website.
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!
A recipe from the blog, nude-food.blogspot.sg
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