Quick and easy gluten free meals with Buckwheat

Are you suffering from gluten intolerance?

Are you allergic to gluten?

Or have you become gluten free because of the awesome health reasons, but struggling with the meal ideas? If YES, then please continue reading for a quick and easy gluten free meal ideas using the buckwheat.

Now the question is, what is buckwheat?

A lot of people think buckwheat is a grain. This is a very common mistake as it is not, because it is actually a Super-Seed and comes from the family of rhubarb and sorrel. Buckwheat is an excellent alternative to foods such as rice and wheat flour as well as oats.

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Gluten-free and Myself

Before I share my personal verdict with you 🙂 I would like to make a disclaimer that these meal ideas and recipes below are my own creation and I have tried and tested them for months and they have changed my life for the better.

I prefer being gluten free and I feel it suits my stomach better than the wheat. It instantly gives me energy and makes me feel lighter, unlike the wheat products, where I used to feel heavy and sleepy. So, I did some research for alternative options and came across this brilliant super-seed.

Being a research freak as usual 😉 I started searching for its benefits and came across many of them, but personally I’ve benefited the following:

  • Research claims that it improves heart health by lowering cholesterol and blood pressure levels BUT PERSONALLY I feel relaxed and focused as it also contains high level of magnesium.
  • Research claims that it contains disease fighting antioxidants BUT PERSONALLY it helped clear my skin tremendously and gave me a glow on my face.
  • Research claims that it helps you lose weight BUT PERSONALLY I feel I have lost weight especially around my stomach area, as buckwheat is an easy to digest seed, with its higher fiber content, which helps improve digestion.
  • Research claims that it helps prevent diabetes BUT PERSONALLY buckwheat helped me overcome my sugar level fluctuation, which used to result in extremely bad headaches, vomiting and dizziness especially if I was for even 5 minutes away from my meal.
  • Research claims that buckwheat has so much more vitamins and minerals than the wheat BUT PERSONALLY since I have been having buckwheat in my diet I feel more upbeat and don’t get tired. A very obvious example is that before buckwheat I used to get so tired and despite being active I could not walk up the stairs even up to 2 floors. But now I can walk up to 6 floors without stopping at every few steps and catching my breath!

How I enjoy buckwheat?

I tend to have buckwheat for my breakfast and my main meal. Below I have given you a simple and quick guide of what they are and how to make it.

Buckwheat Breakfast

I have buckwheat flakes for my breakfast. I simply add couple of handful of buckwheat flakes in a cereal bowl, add hot water and leave it for 10 minutes, then add a flavoured yogurt, raisins, almonds, and a couple of chopped dates.

Buckwheat Meal

I make buckwheat chapattis using Buckwheat flour. In a bowl of buckwheat flour I gradually add cold water as I mix it with

a spoon (mixing with hands can be very messy!) I make sure the dough is hard otherwise its tricky to roll out, despite dusting with the dry flour it still sticks on the work top. I just make it as a normal chapatti. I tend to use some Khanum Ghee to make it extra tasty!

I enjoy the chapatis with various curries, including meat, chicken, lentils and vegetables. You can have them with whatever you fancy.

All the best to you for your gluten free future

If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to leave them in the comments section below and we will be more than happy to help you out.

Your pal


8 thoughts on “Quick and easy gluten free meals with Buckwheat”

  1. What an innovative gluten free recipe! Thanks for the share. What other grains can we have if we are gluten free?

    • Thanks for your appreciation. There are many non-gluten alternatives out there such as brown rice, teff, sorghum, proso millet, quinoa and many more.


  2. Hi Rani
    I have found this post very interesting and would like some meal ideas for me and my daughter. If you get some spare time it would be great if you can help me out.

    • Hi Maxine,

      I’m glad you found my gluten free buckwheat meal ideas interesting and useful for your daughter. I shall be sharing more recipes very soon, so keep the look out on our website at lifestyletipsandhacks.com, which enables you to not only get healthier but richer too!


    • Dear Sharon,

      I’m so grateful that I came to the right solution after many years of my passionate research. I never, nor the doctors figured out that I was intolerant to gluten despite many tests. Buckwheat is not only the solution to my gluten intolerance but also it is packed with much more easier to absorb nutrients that I have been missing out for years! I’m glad I’ve been the sources of some information for your daughter. Much Love.


    • Hi Joseph, you are amongst the many that didn’t know it’s actually a super seed and not a grain. Buckwheat can most definitely be used for baking and I can tell you from personal experience they are very tasty. I made some cookies recently and everyone loved it.



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