Friday, November 11, 2011

Cinnamon-Butternut Buckwheat Biscuits + Pudding

I've decided to go on a sugar cleanse for a while and have been experimenting with stevia lately. I was craving some sweetness after 3 days of no sugar. Can't believe it! So I baked these cute biscuits made with butternut squash and cinnamon that's also oil/fat free! And also, if you are on a sugar cleanse and need recipes check out our ebook!

These would be perfect for thanksgiving dinner or with some soup.

Here's the team!:

1 1/2 cups raw buckwheat groats, ground finely
2 tbsp chia seeds, ground finely
1 tbsp cinnamon
Pinch of sea salt
1/2 tsp powdered stevia
1/2 cup butternut squash puree
1 cup of water

Mix all together and you should have a dough that's slightly sticky. Spoon onto a parchment lined baking sheet and bake for 25-30 minutes at 350F.


The biscuits are crisp on the outside and chewy and soft on the inside. You could also substitute pumpkin for the butternut.

For breakfast this morning I had a delightful acai berry pudding made with avocado and frozen cucumber! Oh the insanity!






























In the pudding: avocado, frozen cukes, about 2 tbsp of acai berry powder, a sprinklin' of stevia.

Check out our other sugar-free pudding recipes on our recipe page

Have a great 11/11/11 !

13 comments:

  1. i am on a sugar cleanse too! but sugar in all forms, even from starchy veggies and fruit! i went thru crazy detox symptoms last friday and saturday, but going strong now! it's hard to find things to eat as a vegan though, but doing tons of chia seed puddings, almonds, and steamed veggies.

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  2. Those biscuits look delicious!! Love your blog :)

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  3. Biscuits! Yum! I Always love your puddings!

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  4. You always make avocado puddings look so incredible! I'll have to make one again soon :)

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  6. They look fantastic! I've recently started using ground buckwheat instead of flour and love it. I think this would be a perfect recipe for Wellness Weekend. . . hope you submit it! :)

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  7. Those biscuits look fantastic! I've never tried cooking with buckwheat but these look super-simple and perfect for when I'm missing bread :)

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  8. Oooo - those look delicious! I have half a butternut squash in the fridge that needs to be made into something....

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  9. How many biscuits did you get out of this recipe?

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  10. Hi Ladies,

    I bought one of your ebooks a few days ago and I have not received it yet. It was the inner ecology cookbook. If you could check your orders and send it asap that would be great.

    Cheers,
    Jasmine

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