You may use cooked quinoa too..



1/2 cup sprouted quinoa, cooked if preferred

about 1 cup or so non-dairy milk (I used unsweetened vanilla almond milk)

1 ripe banana, sliced/cubed

2 tbsp chia seeds

1-2 tbsp raw cacao

stevia, to taste


Optional toppings and add-ins:

maca powder

goji berries, dried mulberries, dried mango, etc.

fresh blueberries

energy bar crumbles try: this, or this, these, or perhaps this one



Combine all ingredients in a bowl and eat. If you add in the chia seeds and acquire some patience let sit for about 10 minutes you’ll see the chia seeds gelatinize and produce a wonderful texture for your quinoa bowl. The toppings are always optional, but they add wonderful flavors, textures, and nutrients. Experiment! The kitchen is yo’ playground.



  1. Wow. this looks so delicious!! I used sprouted quinoa in some salad a couple of times but never thought of using it as a breakfast. Great idea !!

  2. Genius! Love sprouted quinoa, such a great way to get in some raw grains. Never thought of trying it for breakfast though, thank you for sharing a wonderful idea! Yum yum.. thanks for posting, will be bookmarking for later!

  3. I have always wanted to try sprouted quinoa – thanks for the inspiration!

  4. Kim

    Wow this looks really good!
    Ive never eaten quinoe before, but am curious to try! So i sont need to microwave after combining all ingredients? And does it soet of taste like oatmeal, because it sorta of looks like it?
    I do live me some oatmeal..lol

  5. Quinoa is spectacular, you must try it. Nope no need to microwave! Once it has sprouted you can eat it raw :). You’ll want to cook the dry seeds though.
    A bit different to oatmeal, I’m more a fan of quinoa