Making homemade granola is super easy, quick and much lower in sugar and carbs than store bought. A buckwheat base adds a nutty crunch and pairs perfectly with the seeds and coconut flakes.
Served as a traditional breakfast food, this granola also makes a great topping over fresh fruit or even mixed in with a regular crumble topping for pudding.
Add pumpkin spice in the autumn for a seasonal twist. Healthy fat, protein and a satisfying crunch all in one bowl.
Toasted buckwheat can be eaten right out of the bag. Nutty and crunchy, it is neither a grain nor a seed but a pseudocereal. It’s a lower carbohydrate alternative to a grain or wheat, it’s gluten free, high in minerals, fibre, protein and antioxidants. Buckwheat is excellent for gut health and could help in controlling blood sugar.