I grew up eating a lot of buckwheat as a kid. It used to be a staple for children probably because it was so cheap and easily available. My mother and grandmother used to make buckwheat porridge for my cousins and I, or serve it as a side with our version of Goulash, a rich slow cooked beef stew. Buckwheat flour is a wonderful way of enjoying the benefits of buckwheat in your baking.
My family loves pancakes. It's taken a while to create a healthy recipe that is light, fluffy and sweet that we can all enjoy. Trust me there have been some serious fails with various other flours. This one seems to be a winner for everyone however.
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You can't go wrong with a good pancake for breakfast. Finding a recipe that is healthy and tastes good can be a little tricky however. I've tried almond meal and find it burns too quickly, I've tried coconut flour and it's just that little bit too dry. Buckwheat or even amaranth flour however both hold up under pressure, and with a touch of yoghurt could even pass for the real deal. This recipe is packed with protein, which will keep you fuller for longer, without the bloat. Enjoy!
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