I absolutely love having buckwheat as a change from oats for breakfast. Completely gluten free and high in protein, fibre, manganese, magnesium and phosphorus; buckwheat really is the perfect way to start your day! And easier than you thought to prepare. The soaking overnight is important not only to aid digestion, but it also drastically cuts down on the amount of cooking time in the morning as it softens the buckwheat groats!
Granola might actually be one of my favourite foods ever.. it’s the combination of toasted nuts and seeds, the clusters of baked oats and the sweet, chewy raisins. This recipe requires a few basic, nutritious ingredients and your kitchen will smell incredible while it’s baking! It’s amazing on smoothies, with coconut yoghurt or even straight from the jar..
If you’ve been wondering what to do with your leftover nut pulp then you must make these crackers! They’re perfect for snacky lunches and taste amazing dipped in hummus!
If someone told me I’d be making my own nut milks a year ago I would have laughed in their face.. but here I am! It’s actually one of my favourite things to do – it’s so satisfying and so much easier than you think! Give it a go – and don’t throw away your nut pulp.. make my turmeric nut pulp crackers.