Homemade Fruity Buckwheat Recipe

Homemade Fruity Buckwheat Recipe

Pre-packaged and ready-to-eat Groats are a fantastic option for nutrition on the go, but you can’t knock its homemade version that takes just a few simple steps to make and can pack even more fresh nutrients.



  • Toasted buckwheat groats
  • Berries of your choice: we recommend blueberries and/or strawberries.
  • Milk of your choice: we recommend whole milk for a hearty flavor, and almond milk if you want to keep the calories low.
  • Dates
  • Sea salt
  • Honey (optional)


Prep time: 20 minutes

Cooking time: 20 minutes

Yield: 4 servings



  1. Submerge 1 cup of dry buckwheat groats into cold tap water and let soak for 15 minutes then strain. This process is the best way to clean the buckwheat, and soaking will also soften it up before boiling, making the final product a lot more tender.
  2. Bring 2 cups of water to a boil and add then add the washed buckwheat groats, reduce heat to medium and let sit for 15-20min until all water is absorbed. Stir occasionally.
  3. While the groats are cooking, mix the following in a mixer or blender and mix:
    1. 2 cups milk of your choice
    2. 300g berries of your choice
    3. 4-6 dates
    4. Pinch of sea salt
    5. 1 tbsp honey (optional – this will make it extra sweet)
  4. Once the buckwheat is done cooking, add the blended mixture to the pot. Stir until everything is mixed together.
  5. Add berries of your choice or diced strawberries into the mixture.
  6. Consume hot as a porridge, or stow away in a mason jar in your fridge for a delicious, cold treat the next day.  
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