I am always o the lookout for low sugar and possibly gluten free breakfast ideas, and if you read my “4 common mistakes healthy people do” you might know that many of the pre-prepared cereals or muesli option on the market, (yes even some of those yummy and super-expensive cereals that you can find in Wholefoods) do actually contain a lot of sugar.
This gluten-free nutrients -rich breakfast recipe, is perfect to use up any quinoa leftover, and it is a nice and delicious change for a lower sugar cereals alternative.
The turmeric is considered to have anti-inflammatory properties, while quinoa is gluten-free, contains a full spectrum of essential amino-acids, which is rare in the vegetables world, and it is considered a superfood due to its high content of vitamins and minerals.
[lt_recipe name=”Gluten-free quinoa porridge” servings=”1″ cook_time=”10 MIN” total_time=”10 MIN” difficulty=”easy” summary=”A lovely gluten-free dairy-free breakfast recipe perfect to use up quinoa leftovers” print=”yes” image=”https://thehealthygourmet.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/quinoa-porridge-e1503258828354.jpg” ingredients=”2-3 tablespoon of coked quinoa;3-4 tablespoons of almond milk;a handful of berries;a dash of turmeric powder;a dash of cinnamon” ]Simply put all the ingredients in a bowl, and enjoy!
Prep time 10 min
Ingredients (servings 1)
- 2-3 tablespoon of coked quinoa
- 3-4 tablespoons of almond milk
- a handful of berries
- a dash of turmeric powder
- a dash of cinnamon
Simply put all the ingredients in a bowl, and enjoy!
Also for some healthy tips on how to easily lower the sugar content of your diet, and healthy breakfast tips, please check out our article 4 common mistakes healthy people do . For more info about the healthiest almond milk choices stay tuned for my next blog post “almond milk, my pick of the best”.