vegan buckwheat oatmeal cookies

I wanted some delicious cookies, but also nutritious ones.

So, I came up with this recipe for vegan oatmeal buckwheat cookies.

vegan buckwheat oatmeal cookies

Vegan buckwheat cookies

These are easy, healthy and gluten-free buckwheat cookies. It's so easy to get some extra fiber and vitamins with the buckwheat cookies. All you need is 6 simple ingredients and a maximum of 25 minutes of your day.
Make these vegan buckwheat oatmeal cookies for you and your family to enjoy.
Prep Time 12 mins
Baking time 13 mins
Total Time 25 mins
Course Breakfast, Dessert, Snack
Cuisine American, Vegan
Servings 22 cookies
Calories 136 kcal

Ingredients
  

  • 2 cups buckwheat groats
  • 1/2 cups old-fashioned rolled oats
  • 1/2 cups sugar
  • 1/2 cups room-temperature vegan butter
  • 3/4 cups plant-based milk
  • 1/2 cups chocolate chips

Instructions
 

  • Place the buckwheat groats into a blender or coffee grinder and blend for a few minutes until they transform into flour.
  • Transfer the buckwheat flour into a big bowl and add the oats and sugar. Stir until combined.
  • Add in the butter, plant-based milk and chocolate chips. Mix again.
  • Refrigerate the batter if it is too sticky for 1 hour.
  • Preheat the oven to 175 C / 350 F.
  • Afterward, with your hands, take 1-2 tbsp of dough and form a cookie shape. The cookies will not spread, so you can place them in the tray with a relatively small distance between them (watch the video tutorial below for a better understanding).
  • Bake for 12-15 minutes (not longer!) at 175 C / 350 F.
  • When they are done, let them cool for 10 minutes (VIDEO BELOW)

Notes

I use the Ninja Food Processor/Blender.
Keyword buckwheat cookies, buckwheat recipe, vegan cookies

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Ingredients for vegan buckwheat cookies

  • Buckwheat groats – use unroasted buckwheat groats; roasted ones have a totally different taste.
  • Old fashioned rolled oats: the oats will help to soak in the extra moist of the cookies and they won’t be as sticky.
  • Sugar: white or brown.
  • Plant-based butter. Vegan room temperature butter.
  • Plant-based milk: I used soy milk for extra protein, but all of them work well for this recipe.
  • Chocolate chips: or nuts, seeds, dried fruits. You can also skip these ingredients at all.

In this particular recipe, you won’t feel the buckwheat. The cookies taste like real store-bought ones.

Trust me, I made buckwheat cookies a couple of times. They tasted like buckwheat, not like normal cookies which you can enjoy.

But this recipe… is perfect. That is a huge reason why I must share with you this recipe.

For extra-deliciousness, I added some chocolate chips. Practically, these are vegan chocolate chips buckwheat cookies.

Enjoy!

Why are these vegan buckwheat cookies so special?

  • They are nutritious because of buckwheat and oats;
  • Require only 6 ingredients;
  • The ingredients are simple and accessible;
  • The cookies are freezer-friendly;
  • Perfect for kids and guests;
  • An easy way to get some nutrients in your body (who wouldn’t like to eat cookies

How to store the buckwheat cookies?

  1. At room temperature for 3-4 days. Place a towel on top of them to keep them softer.
  2. Freeze them! You can freeze the buckwheat cookies in a container or reusable plastic bag for up to 4 months. When ready to serve, place them in the preheated to 175 C / 350 F oven for 3-5 minutes.

What can I use instead of chocolate chips?

There are plenty of options. You can even make them without any additional ingredients.

But, if you want, you can add:

  • Nuts (walnuts, pecans, almonds)
  • Seeds (sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds)
  • Dried fruits (goji, apricots, figs, dates).

Is the recipe gluten free?

Yes, it’s gluten-free. Make sure to use certified gluten-free oats, so you are in the safe side.

Even if the word buckwheat suggests that these groats have wheat, they don’t. They are actually very healthy and, of course, gluten-free.

If you are curious to find out more about buckwheat: what is it, types of buckwheat, how to soak it, how to sprout it, and recipe ideas with buckwheat, check out this article

Can I use buckwheat flour instead of buckwheat groats?

Yes, you can do that. You will need around 1.5 cups of buckwheat flour for this particular recipe.

Follow the same instructions and the same measurements as for the buckwheat groats.

Also, find out how to make:

Where to buy buckwheat flour/groats?

As this is not such a common and well-known product, is it quite difficult to find it.

However, check the healthy and vegan stores in your city.

Alternatively, you can buy the buckwheat groats online on Amazon (here is the link) or on iHerb using this link.

vegan buckwheat cookies

Is buckwheat healthy?

The answer is yes, it’s healthy and full of nutrients. Check out this post for more information about the health benefits of buckwheat.

Don’t have enough buckwheat flour/groats?

Use half buckwheat flour and half all-purpose flour if you wish.

You would need around ¾ cups of each flour.

vegan buckwheat cookies

Vegan buckwheat oatmeal cookies

Protein: 3% of your daily dose

Net Carbs: 18% of your daily dose

Fat:6% of your daily dose

Fiber: 10% of your daily dose

Iron: 5% of your daily dose

Calcium: 1,5% of your daily dose

Vitamin A: 1% of your daily dose

Vitamin C: 0,1% of your daily dose

Folate: 2% of your daily dose

Potassium: 4% of your daily dose

*please note that these numbers are estimated 

Please note that I may earn a small commission from Amazon and iHerb in case you decide to buy products from these sites. 

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