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Heat the cinnamon and quinoa together in a saucepan over medium heat until warmed through. Add the milk and sea salt to the saucepan and sti. Quinoa is the perfect breakfast food because not only is it packed with protein, but it’s also high in fiber and is a complex carbohydrate meaning it digests more slowly in your body, helping keep you fuller for longer. As you might.

Instructions Combine quinoa, coconut milk, cinnamon and vanilla in a small saucepan and bring to a boil. Reduce to a simmer, cover, and let cook for 15 minutes until quinoa can be fluffed with a fork. Divide quinoa into two bowls then cover with bananas, pecans, and a few extra drizzles of coconut milk. This breakfast quinoa is out of this world delicious and could not be easier to make!

Basically, it’s a combination of making homemade applesauce and quinoa. You add water, quinoa, apples into a pot and cook it until they’re soft and then stir in some cinnamon. One pot, little to no mess, just a crazy awesome breakfast recipe!Breakfast quinoa is a recipe cooked in coconut milk with nutmeg, cinnamon, and vanilla. This is a healthy, alternative grain breakfast to try!

Breakfast quinoa is a recipe cooked in coconut milk with nutmeg, cinnamon, and vanilla. This is a healthy, alternative grain breakfast to try! Skip to primary navigation.

Quinoa. Quinoa (/ ˈ k iː n oʊ. ə /, from Quechua kinwa or kinuwa) is a species of the goosefoot genus (Chenopodium quinoa), a grain crop grown. Combine quinoa, coconut milk, 2 tablespoons water, brown sugar, and salt in a medium saucepan, and bring to a boil.

Reduce heat, and simmer 15 minutes or until liquid is absorbed, stirring occasionally. Stir mixture constantly during the last 2 minutes of cooking. Step 3. Place quinoa in a fine-mesh sieve and rinse well with cold water.

Heat a medium saucepan over medium-high heat. Add quinoa and cook, stirring, until the grains are separated and smell fragrant, 2 to 4 minutes. Stir in milk, water, cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger and salt. Breakfast Quinoa.

Quick-fix quinoa is the quick and hearty base for this new spin on hot cereal. Experiment with healthy mix-ins to make it your own. Drain washed quinoa well in a large fine-mesh sieve.

Combine all ingredients in a heavy medium saucepan and bring to a boil, covered. Reduce heat to low and cook, covered, until water is absorbed.

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WHY THIS RECIPE WORKS Given quinoa’s availability, great nutritional profile, appealing nutty flavor, and quick cooking time, it seemed like a shoo-in for a great breakfast.

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Toast quinoa in large saucepan over medium-high heat, stirring often, until quinoa is very fragrant and makes continuous popping sound, 5 to 7 minutes.

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For an unusual breakfast cereal or dessert, sweeten cooked quinoa with juice, fresh fruit, maple syrup, or sweet spices.

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The quinoa can be cooked up to 3 days in advance and store in an airtight container in the fridge; bring to room temperature or reheat in a medium skillet over medium heat for 6 to 8 minutes, or until warmed through, before using.

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It’s higher in protein and minerals than other grains and cooks in only fifteen minutes; rinse the quinoa before cooking.

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WHY THIS RECIPE WORKS: Quinoa makes a stellar side dish, but we wanted this grain to be at the center of a robust, flavorful vegetarian casserole with layers of flavor and a cheesy topping.

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WHY THIS RECIPE WORKS: With its hearty flavor, chewy texture, and complete protein properties, quinoa has increasingly become a popular side dish.

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Breakfast quinoa made with quinoa, cinnamon stick, pear, grated ginger, slivered almonds and milk.

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Add the quinoa, stir to combine, and heat through for 2–3 minutes.

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Quinoa is very light and extremely digestible, with a surprising crunch despite its tiny size.

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  • Very cool. I’m not vegan but I do abstain from meat and dairy Wednesday and Friday and 40 days before Christmas and Easter. I’m always looking for tasty Lenten recipes. I also try to have one vegetarian or vegan meal a day to cut costs on groceries. I still eat meat but I eat much less and choose better quality that has been humanly raised.

  • I tried this and it was so delicious. Cannot beleive it’s healthy and sugar free because it was just like having dessert for breakfast

  • Can you just add extra quinoa flakes to the cookies instead of the oats? Im new to the gluten free life style and just learned about quinoa flakes from you. Im very excited thank you. ☺

  • I tried a variation on your recipe (I added chia seeds and used coconut milk and walnuts), and it was DELICIOUS! Thank you so much, sister!!! ������

  • I do not have quinoa glakes in my country… But I do have millet flakes that I bring with me from aboard. Can I use the millet flakes instead of the quinoa?
    Thank you for your vedios!!! With love

  • Just came across your channel and love the inspiration I’m getting from your videos! I used to have quinoa flakes for breakfast but got over it but after watching this I’m going to try these recipes and get back on the quinoa flake band wagon:) thanks!

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  • would flax seeds be good in the over night quinoa instead of chia or as well? I’m trying to find ways to incorporate flax into my diet.

  • I just bought quinoa flakes about a week ago because of you and I am literally going to make all these recipes with them! Thanks for the inspiration and delicious breakfast ideas!!

  • Those were like 10 ingredients for the first breakfast idea which most people dont have in their pantry? Who has the time to bake in the morning really? Haha

  • Alyssa, is the protein powder necessary in the apple pie quinoa? What can you substitute if you don’t have protein powder? Thanks.

  • Very nice! Thanks! Just fyi, soy products including soy milk have been proven repeatedly to mess up the natural balance of hormones in both males and females. Not a good thing for health. You would be best to steer clear of it and choose coconut milk, cashew or almond milk instead. Make your own at home for the very safest and best quality non-dairy milk. It’s very easy to do!

  • I can’t feel full with porridge mentally�� And I keep losing weight I was thinking I eat enough but I guess I don’t. Do you feel full with this breakfast? Or how many hours it keeps you full? ��

  • I like cardamon but not for breakfast, and I hate Cinnamon.I will try it with vanilla extract,and maybe add some nutmeg,and honey.

  • This looks good I don’t blend my quinoa and I also put raw cocoa in mine with the cinnamon and maple syrup delish I’ll need to try your recipe with the added choc thanks for sharing ����

  • [sigh]
    …wish I had a blender..
    I burned up my food processor, can’t find my hand-mixer and just generally have no fancy technology. I’m hoping to find a channel that caters to poor people who don’t have stuff who want to eat well. We’re out here. You’re not gonna sell advertising for Kitchen-Aid or whatever, tho.
    :-/

  • Yeah I agree with all the others…you just sparkle off the screen! Great positive energy and what a great recipe alternative to borin ol oats.

  • I like your videos, but your dishes are so complicated kinda hard to follow. I’m sick and I don’t have access to a kitchen. I’ve noticed it’s really hard to get vegan food on the road. I went to Popeye’s and I had the rice and beans.

  • I just tried this recipe and I think this will be my new breakfast staple. It reminds me of cream of wheat. I’ve only been plant based for a week now, so I’m so happy to find some easy recipes that I love.

  • This is the first of your videos I’ve watched, and I just wanted to say you have a great personality, and the recipe sounds delicious!

  • I had a bunch of quinoa searching for different ways to use it. Was very hesitant trying this but my god, it is delicious and easy! And now I have breakfast for the next 3 days! Definitely making this again. Thanks!

  • I’m not a big fan of quinoa (more of a reluctant eater), but this concept of a blended breakfast recipe sounds like a winner. I’ve got to try it!

  • I have a science exam tomorrow…..here I am binge watching ur channel pretending I’ve studied enough……Gotta have a good breakfast right?

    (god help me)

  • Oh good, thanks for sharing breakfast foods, I never know what to eat in the mornings, I’m not too keen of eating healthy breakfast lol

  • this looks amazing! im going to try it tomorrow. I already have mi quinoa prepared. so do I put the qionoa in the stove before blending it or after, when i have it all ready in my bowl?
    Hope you answer!xx:)

  • hello sweetpotatoe I have a question, do u soak ur quinoa or do u just ore wash it? I’m new to this any help with be very appreciated thank u for ur time

  • This almost looks like a Cream of Wheat/farina-type cereal, only you’re buzzing the heck out of it in the blender to get it there. Oddly satisfying. XD

    Definitely gonna try this sometime soon (cuz I love hot cereals like this); I just gotta get some quinoa. XD

  • I’m someone that really hates the taste of quinoa but I’m always trying to experiment with different ways of making it so that I can finally learn to love it (or at least tolerate it 😉 ) since its so healthy for you. This recipe definitely helped me realise that quinoa can be yummy. Thanks so much

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  • This porridge was really delicious! I want to thank you as well, because I have tried to cook quinoa before and it came out all gluggy. When I followed your recipe, however, the quinoa was beautiful and fluffy.:)

  • Hello SweetPotatoSoul, I am new to your channel and love the way you present, just tried the Quinoa Porridge with Mango, Blueberries, Walnuts and Raw Cashews. It was so good I was shocked. I will pass this recipe and your channel info on to my friends. Looking forward to having some more in the morning. Peace and Blessing to you and your family.

  • I have mine whole with grated apple ginger cinnamon cranberries chai seeds and almond milk. Will have to try yours and see too. Thank you all the way from Australia x

  • I came up with this concoction when I had a bunch of leftover quinoa and did a little YouTube search and found your video. Glad I did:) I’ve also tried the blending before but I actually like the texture without blending.

  • Tried the recipe and loved it..great with palm sugar and bananas. You look radiant and your enthusiasm is contagious. Very well done.

  • Tried the recipe and loved it..great with palm sugar and bananas. You look radiant and your enthusiasm is contagious. Very well done.

  • j just did this, turned awefull:( i think the milk in the original recipe is too much for one cup of quinoa, turned out really liquid-y, and i didnt like the taste of it, it wasnt very sweet for a breakfast:(

  • I googled this because I started making this. on the right track. when you blended it, nice step. Turned it into dessert for breakfast

  • I just cooked quinoa for the first time last week.I put some in a bowl and ladled my soup over top. Loved it.The package said it has to be rinsed before cooking.So…your quinoa porrige looks delicious,my question is about the toasting.Are some quinoa brands prerinsed? Is that how you got around the rinsing part.It wouln’t toast very well after rinsng.
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  • Ha! I actually have most of these items, minus the cranberries! I am new follower of quinoa and chia seeds. I noticed you added dry chia seeds, so how long did you nuke it in the microwave?