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You may use cooked quinoa too..

 

Ingredients:

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

 

Directions:

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.

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  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