Buckwheat and Quinoa Flour Bread

It’s always fun to look at the blogs of others who have liked one of my posts to see where we have mutual interests. That’s how I spotted this from Pep’sFreeFromKitchen, which I think I’d like to try making.

Pep's Free From Kitchen

 photo IMGP4146_e_zpsfcj3vtfm.jpgThe batter is battery. I can’t make it any clearer.

Much like my Buckwheat and Rice Floursplit this is another simple bread recipe. This time around the results are far better. See? I told you’d I’d get back to recipes. It just takes a while for me to eat everything. One word before I delve into this: My quinoa flour supplies are dwindling. I still have two of the expensive boxes, but the cheap ones are gone (All six!), so I’ll have to ration them a bit. That’ll mean more buckwheat recipes, which isn’t a bad thing, but sorry to any quinoa flour fans. Until the price goes own it’ll be something I won’t use too much or too often. Not to say there won’t be some recipes, they’ll just be rarer. That makes them special, really, trust me, I’m on the internet, no one ever lies here. Anyway…

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Spinach, sun dried tomatoes & goat cheese frittata muffins

So lovely, and practical!



The recipe I want to share today is frittata muffins. Frittata is an egg-based Italian dish similar to an omelette or crustless quiche.Frittata muffins are pretty easy to make. You just will up the muffin cups with eggs, milk and whatever vegetable and cheese you prefer. Frittata is one of those recipes that you can hardly call as recipe, as you can use what you have one hand ( although there is a specific ration eggs to vegetables). In this recipe I used sautéed spinach, dried tomatoes and goat cheese frittata muffins. These turned out even better than I expected.

Frittata muffins makes the perfect dish to bring along to a picnic , since they are just as good warm as they are cold. Making frittata muffins requires much the same effort as making an omelette or scrambled eggs, but somehow the end result look fancier.I have just been making frittata muffins for…

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