Ask anyone with food allergies and you will realize that they spend an awful lot of time in the kitchen because it is near impossible getting allergy friendly, tasty stuff straight off the shelf. Nature’s Path Buckwheat Wildberry waffles delivers on that count! What bliss to be able to get up in the morning and have breakfast ready in under 3 minutes 🙂 Buckwheat sounds an awful lot like ‘wheat’ but as Wikipedia puts it…buckwheat ‘is called a pseudocereal to emphasize that it is not related to wheat’.
Review: These toaster waffles are made using a mix of rice flour, buckwheat flour, potato flour, corn flour and tapioca starch – the result is quite delicious! Couple it with with syrup, margarine, fruit and whatever else you fancy and they taste even better. However, they have a slightly dry and crumbly texture which very young children may find it hard to enjoy. Nutritionally – they are not bad because they are wheat and trans fat free and contain a reasonable amount of protein and dietary fiber.
Availability: I have found them in Trader Joe’s (www.traderjoes.com), Whole Foods (www.wholefoodsmarket.com) and Fountain of Vitality (www.fountainofvitality.net ) and through online stores like www.wellnessgrocer.com and www.goodapples.org
Ingredients: Water, organic brown rice flour, organic potato starch, organic corn flour, organic soybean oil, organic tapioca starch, organic evaporated cane juice, organic buckwheat flour, organic potato flour, leavening (sodium acid pyrophosphate, sodium bicarbonate, monocalcium phosphate), natural flavor, non GMO soy lecithin, organic blueberries, sea salt, sodium citrate, sodium alginate, citric acid, organic elderberry juice extract.
Visit the company’s website for information on any changes in ingredient listing: www.naturespath.com
***Always read the ingredient listing before buying any product even if it is something you have bought before!
2 thoughts on “Nature’s Path Buckwheat Waffles”
Where can I purchase Naturs Path Buckwheat Waffles in Cincinnati, Ohio? All the Whole Foods and Krogers have stopped carrying them.
I just tried these and love them. I love buckwheat pancakes, so I had to try these.