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Quick Gluten-free Oat-Buckwheat Cookie Recipe

 


When you make these delicious gluten-free oat-buckwheat cookies  you wiĺl need to use a light and fluffy buckwheat flour made from dehydrated buckwheat crispiesMake your own crispies-- easy peasy or buy puffed buckwheat from a health store or Amazon.

For this cookie recipe, Step 2 is to grind up the crispies in a coffee bean grinder into a fine flour (you can actually grind the dehydrated groats in your high speed blender into a flour as well if you don't want to soak and dehydrate your buckwheat).  These make a fine, sweet, substantial, fairly soft cookie.  If I'd had any GF chocolate chips around, I would have added them!

Preheat oven to 350F.

Put the following into a Food Processor:

*1/2 C. Virgin Coconut Oil (doesn't have to be melted)

*1 C. Granulated Sweetener (I used a combination of Palm Sugar & Stevia)

*1 Vegan Egg (1 T. Flax seed, ground, and mixed into 3 T. warm water)

*1 tsp. Vanilla

*1 C. Buckwheat Crispie "Flour" (Crispies ground in Coffee Bean Grinder or Blender)

*1/2 tsp. Baking Soda

*1/2 tsp. Double-acting Baking Powder

*Pinch of Celtic Sea Salt (or to taste)

*1 C. Gluten-Free Quick Rolled Oats

Mix until a nice, fragrant batter.  Hand-mix in any of the following if you desire:

*1 C. Frozen Blueberries

*3/4 C. GF Chocolate Chips

*1 tsp. Grated Orange Rind

*1/2 C. Raisins

Drop the cookies 2" apart on a silicone sheet or well-greased cookie sheet.  Bake about 10 to 12 minutes or until golden brown.  I cool on racks.  Try not to eat them all before you remove from the racks. : )

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