Raspberry Walnut Grain Bowl

Any given day it’s a good bet that I have a bowl of cooked quinoa in the fridge. I make it a lot. Like here. And here. And there’s always leftovers. Usually I’ll eat it the next day with some cooked veggies, or I’ll add some to a salad. But now I’m gonna really get crazy here… How about quinoa for breakfast? Just reheat some leftover quinoa with milk (be it from a cow, coconut, almond or soy), add a little cinnamon, fruit, nuts and honey and you’ve got one fancy start to the day. It’s like grown-up oatmeal. Play around and try out your own combo, or follow this recipe to make your own breakfast grain bowl.

Raspberry Walnut Grain Bowl

What you need:

1 cup cooked quinoa
1/3 cup milk (cow, coconut, almond or soy)
1/2 cup fresh raspberries
cinnamon
1 tbsp chopped, toasted walnuts
honey (or agave nectar)

What you do:
Combine leftover quinoa and milk in a saucepan over medium heat. Allow quinoa to absorb the milk. Once the liquid has been absorbed, add raspberries, walnuts and cinnamon. Transfer to bowl and drizzle with honey.

Starting from scratch? Here are the proportions:

1 cup uncooked quinoa (rinsed)
1 cup milk (cow, coconut, almond or soy)
1 cup water
2 cups raspberries
1/2 tsp cinnamon
1/3 cup copped, toasted walnuts
honey

  • {"email":"Email address invalid","url":"Website address invalid","required":"Required field missing"}

    You may also like

    Could This Be Why So Many More Women are Diagnosed with Autoimmune Disease?

    Could This Be Why So Many More Women are Diagnosed with Autoimmune Disease?

    This is the No. 1 Mistake People Make While Trying to Heal

    This is the No. 1 Mistake People Make While Trying to Heal

    Wanna be pen pals?

    I'll send you my favorite recipes, tips, and must-know info so you can get a little bit healthier each week. 
    You'll get my:

    - 3-day anti-inflammatory meal plan
    - weekly inspiration and motivation 
    - first dibs on classes, programs, and special offers

    >