Super Seed Buckwheat Waffles (gluten - buckwheat gluten free waffles

are made from buckwheat flour and several different seeds. They’re gluten-free, vegan, healthy and amazingly delicious. A great way to switch up your breakfast routine.I can’t believe that this time last year instead of wandering vibrant, hilly streets of downtown Lisbon I was hopping on my motorbike to explore the hidden, glistening beaches of the Bukit Peninsula in Bali. Postcard-perfect beaches with world-famous surf breaks (and hardly a tourist in sight!).

Buckwheat Belgian Waffles - buckwheat gluten free waffles

I love making waffles or pancakes for weekend breakfasts. Who’s with me on this? There is just nothing better than a steaming cup of coffee and a huge Belgian waffle or stack of pancakes on a cozy Saturday morning. And these Buckwheat Belgian Waffles are the perfect way to start off a wonderful weekend!.When I set out to create a waffle that is fluffy on the inside, crispy on the outside, healthy, and scrumptious tasting; I scoured various websites and blogs to come up with the perfect recipe. I didn’t use any one or even two recipes to come up with my own creation…. it was pretty much a melding of several various recipes, along with information on how to get that light, fluffy texture that I was after.

This time, less - buckwheat gluten free waffles

These overnight buckwheat waffles could make your life easier and your allot better. That’s how we want to help here.Hi folks. We’ve taken some time off from this space and from our site, to really digest. You know what it’s like after a good meal when you might have eaten too much, especially the sweets? The best thing is to step away from the table, go for a walk. Maybe talk with friends. Go to bed and sleep it off. And then start fresh in the morning and pause the fast with buckwheat waffles.


Gluten - buckwheat gluten free waffles

I have news! I can’t believe I haven’t told you all sooner. Seems like most big blogger announcements involve engagements (nope), babies (definitely not) and cookbook deals (not yet).. I’m earnest to soak up some of the city’s youthful energy and open up to new possibilities. I’m looking forward to an exercise in minimalism, too. I’m only bringing the bare essentials for the month and it should be a good reminder of how little I really need.

Banana - buckwheat gluten free waffles

Just sharing another simple waffles recipe today due to many requests for a) banana-free waffles, and b) banana-free buckwheat waffles, so here you go :).Otherwise if you’re in the please-hold-the-bananas crowd, these should satsify your desire for yummy breakfast dessert waffles. I worked off of the initial buckwheat recipe for these, just testing out the ratios of things needed (and enjoying many waffle batches in the process over the last few weeks…yum!), until I arrived at my favorite banana-free outcome :).

Vanilla Buckwheat Waffles - buckwheat gluten free waffles

Folks – welcome to waffle Wednesday – where the only thing on the menu are these vanilla buckwheat gluten free waffles with maple pineapple. Nothing else needed, right?.It is conspicuous that I am a teeny little bit obsessed with waffles. Not much, just you know, a little bit. Like eating.twice week and then again on Sundays kind of obsessed. Obsessed to the point that the waffle maker has its own semi-permanent place on the kitchen counter and I have buckets full of milk in the fridge. No running out of milk in this house.

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