This Breakfast Quinoa is packed with fiber and protein so it’s a great way to kick-start your day, especially with some fruit and non-dairy milk. You can make the quinoa ahead of time and then heat it up or eat it cold, whichever you prefer.
Quinoa has been a staple in the native South American diet for 3 to 4 thousand years. The Inca’s believed it was a sacred food that they called the “mother of all grains.” [source]
There are several kinds of quinoa so try them all to see what you like best. Each one has a little bit different flavor but they all cook up the same way.
If you like this recipe, you might also like our Vegan Overnight Oats.