Autumn has come to our gardens for good. I managed to harvest the last crops from the blackberry bush.

What to do with so little fruit?

The decision was made - buckwheat waffles with whipped cream and blackberries.

With the taste of the last fresh blackberries this year, we say goodbye to summer...

From this recipe we will get about 10 pieces of small waffles, the number and size depends on the waffle iron.



200 g buckwheat flour

250 ml of milk

20 g of butter - melted, cooled

1 tablespoon of cane sugar

1/2 teaspoon of baking powder

a pinch of salt

To lubricate the waffle iron - 2 tablespoons of oil


200 ml of 30% or 36% cream

1 tablespoon of powdered sugar

blackberries - quantity at your discretion



We mix all the ingredients for the dough with a bleneder.

We heat up the waffle iron.

Apply a small amount of oil to the top and bottom plates of the waffle iron, it is best to use a brush for this operation.

Put the dough in portions into a well-heated waffle iron - the amount depends on the size of the waffle iron - bake until golden brown. Put the finished ones on a grid to cool down.


Whip the strongly chilled cream, add the powdered sugar at the end of churning.

Serve the waffles with whipped cream and decorate with blackberries.

Enjoy your meal!

also check

Lemon poppy seed waffles with blackberry and maple syrup sauce


Buckwheat wheat rolls in milk


Buckwheat pancakes with kefir, rosemary and honey


Overnight yogurt waffles and hot chocolate



Zuza 2017-09-21 13:32:29

gryczanych jeszcze nie robiłam :)


TajemniceSmaku 2017-09-23 19:57:39

Są pyszne i zdrowe 🙂


Brudny Hary 2018-04-22 09:16:13

Dobra zrobię ale przepis mnie nie przekonuje


TajemniceSmaku 2018-04-25 17:16:09

Wiktor jadł i nie narzekał 😉 😉 😉


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