Buckwheat Crackers with Avocado - Orange Cream

Buckwheat Crackers with Avocado - Orange Cream

Last weekend was an amazing one as I travelled to Berlin to visit Europe's largest vital food fair "Rohvolution" , a get-together of raw food producers and happy and inspiring people.

It's an amazing place to experience new inventions, collect and share ideas with like-minded people and exchange culinary tips and tricks.

I always find it interesting to see the large stampede of visitors on such a fair.
This shows very clearly the demand on information in the field of the health sector.

Immediately after admission into the hall, you could see people running to the second floor to buy tickets for the speeches.
I was also one of those, for I already put together an exact plan, which lectures I wanted to listen to this year.

And it was not only about raw food, but also covered lots of general topics such as medicinal plants, ophthalmology, healthy diet for children, world-schooling etc..

Now I've got so many new ideas in my head and I'm sure I will share a lot with you in our upcoming blogposts.

Therefore, we already want to start the new week with an awesome raw recipe.

Buckwheat seed crackers with a delicious avocado orange cream.


These crackers are really crispy, gluten-free and packed with a load of healthy ingredients.

Do not be put off by the time, because it's only the soaking and dehydration which takes a little.
Once you placed the crackers on your dehydrator, it's just about waiting until they are ready.
(If you don't have a dehydrator, use your oven, set it to a low temperature and keep the door sightly open. On warm days you can even dry them in the sun.)

We always have bowls of soaked nuts, grains or sprouts sitting around.
We use them for example to make delicious nut milk from tiger nuts or other nuts or we grow sprouts or make fermented nut cheese - and yoghurt.

It is advisable to use nuts and seeds that have been prepared by soaking to neutralize phytic and other anti-nutrients.
This will help your body to digest them better. So-called enzyme inhibitors will be reduced, which would otherwise hinder your own digestive enzymes in their work.

We hope you have fun trying out our recipe!

To a healthy week!


Buckwheat Crackers with Avocado - Orange Cream

Buckwheat Crackers with Avocado - Orange Cream
  • Author: go-healthy
  • Posted on: April 11, 2016
  • Category: Bread
  • Type: Gluten-free
  • Preparation time: 6:30:00
  • Servings: 20


Time specification! Soak the buckwheat in the morning the day before. That same evening, add the other ingredients ( see instructions) and soak overnight again. The next morning it takes another 6 hours for the crackers to dry.

  • for the crackers
  • 230g buckwheat (soaked and thoroughly rinsed)
  • 40g flaxseeds
  • 40g ground flaxseeds
  • 60g sunflower seeds
  • 30g sesame seeds
  • 20g chia seeds
  • 4 sun-dried and chopped tomatoes
  • 2tbsp tahin (sesame butter)
  • 400ml water
  • sea salt, pepper and other herbs to taste

  • for the avocado orange cream

  • 1 avocado

  • 1 orange
  • a handful of fresh herbs
  • spices to taste


  1. In the morning soak the buckwheat in a bowl of water
  2. In the evening wash the buckwheat carefully (discard soaking water). Add the flax seeds, chia seeds, sesame seeds, sunflower seeds and tomatoes and soak again overnight in 400ml of water.
  3. The next morning add the sesame butter, pepper, salt and herbs and stir well.
  4. Take a spoon and make desired-size piles on nonstick dehydrator sheets and press into flat round crackers. Gently press the edges into position that the seeds do not fall off.


Dehydrate for 3 hours, then flip over onto mesh sheet and dehydrate another 2-3 hours.


For the avocado-orange cream put all the ingredients in the blender and mix well.


Maybe you like the crackers with our spicy salsa sauce or our cashew cream cheese?

Or simply enjoy them with a delicious salad.


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