Buckwheat Corn Muffins with Blueberries


| 6/14/2016 12:32:00 PM


Tags: muffins, baking, bread baking, grain mills, home milling, flour, whole grains, Ontario, Canada, Sue Van Slooten,

Buckwheat Corn Muffins With Blueberries 

Many of you already know I recently invested in a grain mill, the hand-crank variety. Now, I have a cookbook to go along with it. If you buy only one book on the subject, this is it: The Essential Home-Ground Flour Book by Sue Becker [1].

Sue is incredible, as she covers just about any aspect you can think of on home milling, flours, grains, and with 100 delicious recipes to boot. Everything is very well researched, and extremely well written.

The amount of information is incredible, but I found it a fabulous read. Yes, I read cookbooks, and I really like this one. (Maybe you have noticed that by now.)

It was a tough choice deciding which one to do first, but I settled on the Buckwheat Corn Muffins, the fruit variation — I used blueberries (it wasn’t easy hanging on to the berries until baking time — the blueberry vultures were about).

I am also doing Dark Molasses Oatmeal Bread, and you will hear about that in the next blog post. Some of you know that oatmeal is one of my favourites, but this one is with a twist. Stay tuned.




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