I said it before. Yes i’m a granola monster 🙂 Granola is indispensable for my breakfast or my mid-meal. I love all kinds of things. Granola with nuts, cocoa or fruit, it doesn’t matter to me because they’re all delicious. A great recipe for making the dryer as well.When I tell my friends I made buckwheat granola, they’re surprised first, and then when they eat, they all love it. Because we’re used to granola, usually made of oats. I hope you like this recipe too. A great recipe for making the dryer as well.
Let’s talk about buckwheat.
Buckwheat Maintains Heart Health by Balancing Cholesterol and Blood Pressure. also useful for digestive system health. It’s gluten-free and wags war against diabetes. I use sprouted buckwheat in this recipe. I like to eat cereals and legumes sprouted. Since the sprouts are ‘alive’, they contain up to 100 times more enzymes than the non-sprouted seed, fruits and vegetables. Likewise, sprouts contain much more protein, vitamins, minerals, fatty acids and fiber than vegetables. In other words, nutritional values increase very significantly. It is also very easy to do.
Add your buckwheat to a bowl. Cover with a little quality water and leave for 4 hours. After soaking in water, drain the buckwheat in the strainer and leave it in the strainer for a day or two to allow it to sprout. Continue rinsing with cold water several times a day so that sprouting can occur. When you see those little sprouts developing, it is ready for your granola.
- if you don’t want to sprout, you can also soak it in water and use it directly.
Enjoy your granola!
- 500 gr buckwheat
- 1 cup sunflower seeds*
- 25 date paste**
- 200gr tropical fruit mix
- 2 tsp cinnamon
- 1 grated apple
- Half orange juice
- 1/4 tsp vanilla extract
- Pinch of himalayan salt
1.Buckwheat transfer it into a large bowl.
2.Add sprouted sunflower seeds, date paste, grated apple, cinnamon, vanilla extract, pinch of himalayan salt and fresh orange juice. Mix together. Finally, add the fruit mix and mix it all again.
3.Spread the mixture on the parchment lined dehydrator trays. Dehydrate at 105 degrees until crispy around 12 hours.
4.After the buckwheat granola is ready, store it in an airtight jar.
*Soaked in water overnight.
** Soak in water overnight. For date paste, blend with 1 cup of date + 1 tablespoon of water.