Suzanne’s Yeasted Buckwheat Waffles with Buttery Peaches

We are here friends! Here in our new home! 😀 More pics to come soon! And hopefully I can get my kitchen unpacked so I can start “creating beauty in THIS kitchen!” 😉 Until then, you get to continue enjoying the beauty some of your fellow foodie bloggers have been creating for me.

Suzanne from A Pug in the Kitchen was so kind to bring some of her creativity to all of you! In addition to having the cutest name for a blog and the cutest design, I love her tagline, “good food with simple ingredients.” I remember first talking back and forth with this lovely lady…she had started following my blog but wasn’t getting notifications for some reason. Her enthusiasm to make sure that got fixed warmed my heart and so encouraged me! Well, it did get fixed, and ever since then I see Suzanne over here often…means so much! Thanks Suzanne!

So, lets talk beauty and creativity for a moment. You have got to check out her Champagne Grape Galette with Whipped Goat Cheese! When I saw this last week, I am pretty sure my mouth just dropped open! Wow! Wow! Wow!

Drum roll please……

Passing you over to Suzanne!

When Lori @Creating Beauty in the Kitchen,asked me to write a guest post I was and am honored and thrilled to do so,  you see I love Lori’s blog, her recipes are amazing and healthful and I really admire her, when you read it you feel welcomed immediately,  I was struck at how her blog is approachable, beautifully creative and so much fun. Visit her site,  you will find gorgeous recipes that do not use refined sugar, are low glycemic and mostly gluten free, I love this recipe for Southwestern shrimp taco’s with chipotle honey lime sauce  I also have to say I was a little worried about what to do, my recipes are not exactly healthful or free of sugar, I do use only fresh, natural ingredients so that counts for something, I put my thinking cap on, I wanted the dish to be low gluten not necessarily gluten free and of course the recipe had to be free of refined sugar. I remembered seeing a recipe for yeast waffles on Pure Wow and it sounded great, loaded with sugar, the waffles were brushed with butter and coated with cinnamon sugar, ok,we won’t go there but I took the basic waffle recipe and changed it  pretty dramatically adding buckwheat flour, instead of sugar I used honey and instead of the melted butter coconut oil. I thought a fruit topping would be great on these waffles, I had some lovely peaches that were perfectly ripe.  I warmed the peaches in butter (Lori likes butter so it’s ok) and maple syrup and poured it over the waffles. Lori my dear, I hope you like my recipe and thank you for the opportunity to post on your blog.

Yeasted Buckwheat Waffles

2 cups milk

6 tbs melted butter, coconut oil or vegetable oil

1 tsp vanilla

1 tbs honey

2 eggs

1 cup buckwheat flour

1 cup All purpose flour (substitute almond flour or use all buckwheat to keep it low-glycemic and/or gluten free)

2 tsp instant yeast

1 tsp salt

Warm milk in the microwave for 40-45 seconds seconds or until warm to the touch. Add the eggs, honey, vanilla and whisk to combine. In large mixing bowl add the flours, yeast and salt and whisk gently so they are combined. Add the liquid ingredients, stir until incorporated. Let sit on the counter for 30 minutes then cover and refrigerate overnight.

Peaches

4 peaches peeled and sliced

2 tbs butter

3 tbs maple syrup

pinch of salt

Optional, a pinch of cinnamon and nutmeg

Melt butter in skillet, add the peaches,maple syrup and salt. Saute just until the peaches are heated approximately 2 minutes

Note: Waffles freeze beautifully so whatever you don’t eat, freeze. I separate each waffle with parchment and place in freezer bags. That way you can take out individual servings and keep the rest frozen.

Despite the fact she was a little worried, as you can all tell, Suzanne was definitely up for this task! These sound oh so yummy!! I do love butter, this is true! Buttery peaches?! Oh my! I want to eat this for breakfast in the morning! Do you deliver Suzanne!? 😉

Please hop on over to A Pug in the Kitchen for more delicious recipes! Thank you so much Suzanne!

Lori9

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20 thoughts on “Suzanne’s Yeasted Buckwheat Waffles with Buttery Peaches

  1. Such a wonderful post….Lori, you couldn’t have picked a more perfect person to guest post for you. Suzanne is like a wonder woman….she’s right there with every single post (something that I have struggled with for months now…trying to keep up with all of the blogs, and my own blog too…), with wonderfully kind words, and this amazing support that makes you feel like you’re on top of the world. I love her. Truly love her.

    Suzanne… you rocked the house on this one. I think you picked the perfect recipe to share with all of us on behalf of Lori. I’m looking at these waffles, thinking how delicious they look with the peaches.. such a perfect combination. Pure summer, pure love.

    LOVE. ❤

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  2. These look amazing Suzanne and I love that you used buckwheat! That is so healthy and gives a great texture. I can only handle portion of buckwheat and not all buckwheat, so I think it’s good you didn’t use all. I have tried all buckwheat before and it ended up tasting like sand. Your version is just perfect and they look wonderful!

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  3. Hi Lori! You really could not have picked a more wonderful guest blogger. Suzanne is awesome. I love her and her blog and I’m also happy to find your beautiful blog. The pancakes: look yummy! Licking lips!

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  4. Such a lovely guest post Suzanne! Your waffles look fabulous – I’ve tried buckwheat pancakes a few times before, but never in waffles – thanks so much for sharing. Hope you’re enjoying the new home Lori and the boxes are gradually getting unpacked… such a huge job!

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