Glow Foods Recipe: Buckwheat Treats!


One Lucky Duck's Buckwheat Treats

One Lucky Duck’s Buckwheat Treats

When it comes to raw food in New York City a few places come to mind- and One Lucky Duck is one of them. This a brand rooted in New York City with a global reach. is an online boutique where you’ll find the best packaged raw, organic, vegan, gluten‐free snacks, handmade in small batches. One Lucky Duck also carries ingredients, supplements, skincare, cosmetics, apparel, books, and other lifestyle products, all hand‐picked by founder Sarma Melngailis for raw and organic, eco‐happy living. Try this buckwheat recipe which is gluten free!

Buckwheat Treats!

For this recipe you will need: A high-speed blender & food dehydrator

4 cups untoasted buckwheat groats

2 cups young coconut meat

3/4 cup agave nectar

1/2 cup maple syrup powder

1/4 cup plus 1 tablespoon vanilla extract

1 tablespoon coarse sea salt

3/4 cup coconut butter/oil, warmed to liquefy

Soak the buckwheat in water to cover, plus 1 inch, and refrigerate overnight. Drain, rinse, and arrange in a single layer on dehydrator screens. Dehydrate for 24 hours, or until completely dry

In a high-speed blender, blend the coconut meat, agave nectar, maple powder, vanilla, and salt until completely smooth. While the blender is running, drizzle in the coconut butter/ oil and continue blending until emulsified.

Pour the mixture into a large bowl and add the buckwheat. Mix until well combined.

Spread the mixture evenly on a Teflex-lined tray, covering the full square. Even out the top and sides. Score into squares, making 5 cuts across each way (for 36 bars).

Dehydrate for about 24 hours. Invert the bars onto another mesh-lined tray and peel away the Teflex. Continue dehydrating for 2 to 4 more hours, or until the bars are completely dry.

Cut the bars into 36 squares. Store in the refrigerator.



Sarma Melngailis is the co‐founder/owner of Pure Food and Wine, and the founder and CEO of One Lucky Duck Holdings, LLC that operates the restaurant and the One Lucky Duck brand. She has written two books, Raw Food/Real World (2005, with a co‐ author) and Living Raw Food (2009). She thrives in NYC.

For more amazing raw food recipes from One Lucky Duck, check out Sarma Melngailis’s book:

Living Raw Food: Get The Glow with More Recipes from Pure Food & Wine 

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