Simplicity was the focus when creating this gorgeous Yeast-Free Buckwheat Blender Bread recipe! It’s magical! And it’s great for people with unique dietary needs but also perfect for anyone! It’s that good! Beautiful buckwheat groats and one juicy organic apple are the two main ingredients you’ll need. The two other ingredients you most likely have in your pantry! That’s right—only four in total!
I baked many other variations when testing this recipe. This version without yeast is my favourite! The soft texture that the buckwheat and apple mixture create is unbelievable.
The best part of this bread recipe is that there’s no commercial yeast or wild yeast sourdough starter, so there is no waiting. Mix and bake right away! It’s not sourdough. It doesn’t need fermentation time.
Remember that before you start, you must soak the hulled buckwheat groats. But no worries, that’s super easy! The short instructions are in the recipe card below. Watch the short video to help you.
This recipe bakes up nicely in a regular oven, but I’m sure it would bake well in a smaller appliance or BBQ. I often bake in my BBQ in the summer when I don’t want to turn on my oven.
Yeast-Free Buckwheat Blender Bread Ingredients
I still can’t believe that combining buckwheat groats, one apple, GF baking powder and a little sea salt would transform into such a gorgeous, soft, 4-ingredient, gluten-free and grain-free bread—but it sure did!
- Organic Hulled Buckwheat Groats: I’ve been baking with buckwheat flour for years, but experimenting with buckwheat groats has been fun. Hulled buckwheat groats have a mild taste which is perfect for baked goods.
- Water: Does water count as one ingredient? You do need some for this recipe! Using filtered water will work perfectly!
- Organic Apple: I tested Honeycrisp apples for this recipe as they are available at my local stores. Honeycrisp apples are sweet, crispy, a little tart and extra juicy. The idea of using an apple in this dough mixture was for its natural pectin and fibre. I did not want to add psyllium husk, chia seeds, flax seeds or xanthan gum for this grain-free bread. The apple did what I was hoping for and more!
- Gluten-Free Baking Powder: Gluten-free baking powder ingredients can be slightly different. Many brands are also corn-free. My favourite brand of GF baking powder is Purest.ca. The ingredients are tapioca starch, cream of tartar and baking soda. You can also make homemade gluten-free baking powder.
- Sea Salt: Sea salt works beautifully in this unique bread recipe. Most bread doughs need some quality salt to enhance the flavours. Fine ground grey sea salt is fantastic in bread recipes like this, but any sea salt will do.
Step to Make Yeast-Free Buckwheat Blender Bread
The short version of how simple this bread recipe is to prepare and bake:
- Soak hulled buckwheat groats for up to 4 hours.
- Rinse and strain buckwheat groats.
- Core and cut apple into large dice. Keep the skin if your apple is organic.
- Combine and blend soaked groats and apple in a high-speed blender until smooth.
- Add GF baking powder and sea salt and blend for a few seconds.
- Line a bread pan with unbleached parchment paper.
- Transfer the mixture to the parchment-lined bread pan.
- Bake in preheated oven for 60 minutes.
- Cool the loaf, slice and enjoy!
Gorgeous Organic Honeycrisp Apple
This Buckwheat Bread is Fantastic Because
- it’s Top 9 Allergen-Free (no wheat/gluten, dairy, eggs, nuts, peanuts, soy, sesame, etc.).
- it’s plant-based/vegan.
- it doesn’t contain oil.
- there’s no added sugar.
- no psyllium husk, no flax, no chia, no xanthan gum.
- it’s also grain-free! Most following a grain-free lifestyle can consume buckwheat.
- you can bake it and eat it on the same day!
- it’s nutritious! It contains plant protein, fibre, and so much more!
- the texture is super soft—you’ll love it!
- it’s excellent fresh, and the leftovers are yummy toasted!
Top 5 Tips: Yeast-Free Buckwheat Blender Bread
- Use organic buckwheat groats and one organic apple if possible!
- Soaking the hulled buckwheat groats for 4 hours will facilitate blending, and the batter-like dough mixture will be smoother.
- If you’re having difficulty blending the groats and apple, add a touch of water to help you. If your high-speed blender has a tamper, use it to help you.
- Unbleached parchment paper is perfect for lining your bread pan and preventing sticking. It’s a must-have!
- Cool your bread before slicing! You don’t need a wire rack to cool your loaf, but peeling off the parchment paper and placing your bread where the air can circulate is best.
YouTube Recipe Video:
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With gorgeous hulled buckwheat groats and a beautiful organic apple, you can bake the most magical Yeast-Free Buckwheat Bread! This Top 9 Allergen-Free recipe is great for people with unique dietary needs but also perfect for anyone! Enjoy a slice (or two) fresh or toasted—it’s SO good!
Tools: Mesh strainer, high-speed blender (with tamper), soft spatula, bread pan (approx. 7.75 x 3.75 x 2.5 inches), unbleached parchment paper, oven
- 2 cups organic hulled buckwheat groats (350 g)
- 3 cups water (720 g); see notes
- 1 organic apple, cored and diced (approx. 200 g); see notes
- 1 tablespoon GF baking powder; see notes
- 1 teaspoon sea salt
Optional: Top your dough mixture with your choice of seeds (hemp, poppy, sunflower or herbs).
Combine the groats with 3 cups of water in a large bowl and soak for one to four hours. TIP: Soaking the groats for four hours will help soften the groats and facilitate blending. If you spot any dark unhulled groats, you can pick them out.
Line a smaller 7.75 x 3.75 x 2.5-in bread pan with unbleached parchment paper and preheat your oven to 425° F for 30 to 45 minutes before you bake. TIP: Make sure to cover all areas of your pan with parchment paper to prevent sticking. Watch the recipe video to help you.
Use a mesh strainer to rinse and strain the soaked groats—transfer groats to a high-speed blender. Add your diced apple. If you have a blender tamper use it to help blend the ingredients. TIP: Add a touch of water (1-4 tbsps) if your mixture is too thick.
Add the gluten-free baking powder and sea salt to the mixture and blend for a few seconds until well incorporated.
With a soft spatula, transfer batter to a parchment-lined bread pan and bake on the middle rack for 60 minutes. Your loaf is ready when the crust is dark and golden and feels crusty and hard when tapped.
Remove the loaf from the pan with parchment paper, peel off the paper and cool the loaf on a wire rack before slicing. Enjoy fresh or toasted!
- I tested this recipe with organic medium-sized Honeycrisp apples. You can leave the skin on if using organic apples.
- GF baking powder ingredients: tapioca starch, cream of tartar, baking soda. I did not test this recipe with regular baking powder. If you only have regular non-gluten-free baking powder, you might want to add less than 1 tablespoon. Try 2 teaspoons to start, and for your next bake, test 1 tablespoon and see which one you like best.
- Adding spices or herbs to the dough mixture is optional, but it’s great to boost flavours if you want to create an extra special loaf.
- A food processor or immersion blender could blend the ingredients equally well. I did not try.
- TIP: When rinsing and straining the water from the soaked groats, you want to remove as much excess water as possible. But it’s ok that your groats are still wet. It’s that moisture that’s going to help you blend them smooth.
- Only have a regular-size bread pan? You can use it, although the overall height of your loaf will be smaller. Consider doubling the recipe to fill a larger pan. I did not try it yet. Never overfill a bread pan, as the mixture will rise when baking. Watch the recipe video for a clever way to slice your bread to create larger slices.
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