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Saturday, 11 February 2017 15:47

Gluten-Free Egg-Free Buckwheat Bread

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Despite its name, buckwheat doesn’t contain wheat. It’s actually a seed and a member of the rhubarb family. It is an excellent source of heart-healthy nutrients. A 1955 study, published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, showed that consumption of buckwheat lowered total cholesterol while improving HDL cholesterol levels. Buckwheat contains a very high of a flavonoid called rutin. This prevents blood clots by hindering the production of blood clots. According to the website World’s Healthiest Foods, buckwheat is also very high in magnesium, which relaxes blood vessels and improves blood flow.

  • Ingredients: 1/2 c. soaked raisins
    1/2 c. brown sugar
    1 3/4 c. buttermilk
    2 1/2 c. buckwheat flour
    1 1/2 tsp. salt
    1 tbs. baking powder
  • Instructions: 1. First, preheat oven to 325. Soak raisins in hot water until plump, 10-15 minutes. (Or place them in lukewarm water overnight.) Drain off excess water and place raisins in mini food processor. Add brown sugar and blend until smooth. Add up to 1/4 cup of the buttermilk if necessary to aid in blending. (Add more than that and you’ll have a mess!)

    2. In a large bowl, mix together flour, salt and baking powder. Whisk together to blend. Next, slowly mix in blended raisins and brown sugar mixture, and the remaining buttermilk. Mix until thoroughly combined. Place in greased pans and allow to rest for 10 minutes.

    3. If using large pans, bake bread for 45 minutes. I bake my bread in small springform pans, and bake them for 30 minutes. Let cool completely before serving.

  • Serves: 6
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  • Cooking method: Bake
  • Special ingredients: no fresh / raw fruits that don't get cooked by the end of the recipe, no seeds, no beans / legumes / pulses, no dried / ground spices, no meat / poultry, no alcohol
  • Just right for...: Picnics, Lunchboxes/on-the-go
  • Top 8 allergens?: gluten-free, egg-free, soy-free, fish-free, shellfish-free, nut-free, peanut-free
  • Active/prep time: 15-30 minutes
  • Total time (inc active/prep): 45-60 minutes
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