Here’s a great recipe if you want to try Quinoa!
♦ 1 cup Quinoa
♦ Brown Sugar (to your taste. I started with a little less than 1/4 cup)
♦ Milk (to your taste. Experiment with coconut or almond milk!)
♦ 1 Banana, sliced
♦ Craisins, raisins, almonds etc (to your taste)
Cook the quinoa per the instructions on the box. Add the rest of the ingredients and stir! Beware–this is VERY filling and if you prepare the full recipe above, I doubt you will eat it all by yourself. If you are making this just for you, I suggest splitting the recipe in half, at least!
its good on salads as well!!! yuuummmmm!!!!!!! : )
I tried this for breakfast this morning & I was full until a later lunch at 1:00pm. I didn’t add any sugar but still enjoyed it since I knew it would be healthy for me to eat.
Thanks for the recipe!
Your friend at Bible Study! 🙂
Great Recipe! You cannot go wrong with such a delicious filling breakfast. Nothing better than starting your day with a bowl of yummy, wholesome goodness. Thanks!
Yum! We have Quinoa flakes at our local health food store, cooks up like oatmeal. 🙂
I have been reading a lot about quinoa, and would like to try it. Thanks for sharing it. I think organic agave nectar would be a good natural sweetener to add. I like it on my oatmeal.
Love that option, Nikki!
Yummy yum yum!!! Can’t wait to try this!!!
So I assume that since we need to cook the quinoa, the 1 cup measurement is for uncooked quinoa, and THEN it’s cooked?
Great question Laura–Yes–uncooked! I think that’s why it makes so much! But I’m sure you could do half that and be just fine! 🙂