Buckwheat groats are gluten-free, highly nutritious and rich in protein and soluble fibre.
Due to the presence of phytochemicals, vitamins, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, zinc, copper, potassium, and selenium, buckwheat is considered a veritable superfood.
When cooked, it has a mild nutty and earthy flavour and is easily digested. It can be cooked like porridge or breakfast cereal, used in recipes instead of rice, or ground into flour.
Typically, groats in their raw form can be used for a breakfast recipe similar to overnight oats.
Groats can be cooked like rice for salads and side dishes or ground into fresh flour.
Take your regular waffles to the next level by using buckwheat!
Grind up your buckwheat groats to make your own buckwheat flour and get ready to treat your tastebuds. With powdered chia seeds, coconut oil, and a bit of coconut milk, these are definitely not your ordinary, run-of-the-mill waffles.
Buckwheat Mushroom Risotto
This creamy risotto dish has a tasty twist: it’s made with buckwheat instead of Arborio rice.
This one-pan meal is super simple, requiring just 10 minutes of prep time to make it all come together. With nutrient-rich ingredients, like coconut oil, mushrooms, thyme, and nutritional yeast, it’s a perfect weekday dinner for the whole family.
Crunchy Buckwheat Granola with Hemp Seeds
There's nothing better than making your own healthy granola mixes at home instead of relying on the store-bought varieties.
With this buckwheat granola, you’re skipping the added sugar and processed junk that you might find at the grocery store instead of getting the superfood benefits of ingredients like hemp seeds, flax meal, pumpkin seeds, and rolled oats.