Hola! Sup? My readers, I’m Here again with “Quinoa flakes”. But wait, let me tell you the story behind this idea. Alright, Long story short! I was yesterday at my friend’s home (Who is a food blogger!) She told me about quinoa flakes, which are famous superfoods nowadays. Plus, also get to know about The Foolproof Way to Cook Quinoa in Rice Cooker.
Oh yes! I’ve heard about these quinoa Flakes I told her with excitement. I’m dying to try it! Let’s shoot a video on these quinoa flakes she said. Furthermore, I also wanted to write an article on this quinoa and let my readers get to know more about this great dish. Just Gear and Move!
But on what idea, we should make a video I asked my food blogger friend. Aha! I just had a brilliant idea 🙂 my friend said.
Let’s make a video on the recipe for the flakes. What do you think? Suggest us more ideas about the quinoa, if you have any. In addition, Forget Rice Krispies: Puffed Quinoa Treats Are the New Classic. Bingo! What are you waiting for guys? Are you also excited to know about the recipe for the “Quinoa Flakes”
Okay! We are heading toward our kitchen with our cameras. Plus, also check What Does Quinoa Taste Like? Exploring Its Flavor Profile. However, as we are setting our cameras, C’mon get up and ready yourself to make this tasty recipe. Because it Its Time to get our chef on!
Lights, Camera, Action: Let’s Get This Quinoa Flakes Party Started!
Check out the video for the recipe.
Hence, I and my friend were ready to shoot the recipe video about this dish. In case you might be thinking (Wait, Can we have to jump to the video to see the whole recipe?) However, my reply is Nope! I’ll write here a whole recipe for you. No Worries!
Furthermore, I want to know something! Where you are right now? Let me know in the comment box 🙂
Yo! Are you Ready?
Let’s show this Quinoa who’s Boss 😉 Meanwhile, (My friend is ready to Rock & Roll!) LOL! She hit the record and Boom!
*hello guys! I’m going to make a delicious dish today & show my crazy cooking skills*
Pause here! (While she is recording a youtube, ready yourself and select ingredients with me!)
In addition, she is saying some ingredients, which I’ll tell you below 😉
Get Ready to Drool: Here are the Ingredients for Our Quinoa Flake Masterpiece!
Woo-hoo! She is busy recording her cooking video. and yours truly writer is here to show you What you all need to make this Masterpiece.
- You need Quinoa Flakes
- Fresh Berries
- Almond Milk
- Coconut flakes (Optional)
Do you know Why we selected the coconut flakes and honey? Because we wanted to make a recipe an EPIC ONE! Got it? Furthermore, it’s optional.
Furthermore, check out the four ways to make oatmeal for breakfast.
Can You Handle This Quinoa Flake Action? Let’s Get Cooking
Let’s jump in! Without wasting your time. I’ll tell you the Step-by-step Process.
- Go and take a pot, then add quinoa flakes in almond milk
- What’s next? Such an easy step boil the quinoa flakes in almond milk. Understand?
- Meanwhile, When they are boiling, keep stringing them and reduce the heat also
- The Next step is! When you notice that the texture gets thicker plus also the flakes have perfectly come in their shapes. Turn off the flame
- Let’s go for some creativity! Start topping your dish with berries, sliced small almonds, or walnuts
- Want to add more? then add some coconuts flakes & honey for extra taste
- Finally, Our delicious dish is ready
What’s the best deal for this dish? You can eat them for breakfast or lunch snacks. Perfect dish Ever!
In a nutshell: In this blog, I write a recipe for quinoa flakes, because this dish is getting too much hype nowadays. If you want to know the recipe for how to make them at home then check out my full blog. Plus don’t forget to share your thoughts in our comment section below.
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Quinoa is high in fiber and contains a wide range of nutrients that are deficient in many people’s diets. Quinoa can help you achieve your mg, potassium, iron, fiber, & folate needs, which is especially essential during pregnancy owing to its involvement in fetal growth and development.
Quinoa and quinoa flakes are not interchangeable. The distinction is in how they are handled. Quinoa is the entire seed, whereas quinoa flakes are manufactured using a special machine. Quinoa flakes, in my opinion, are the rolled oats version of quinoa.
Total carbohydrates, calcium, magnesium, fat intake, proteins, trans fats, iron, zinc, potassium, and other macronutrients are found in oats. Despite both types of cereals being high in nutrients, Quinoa is thought to be the healthier option.
According to Harvard Public School of Health Research, eating a bowl of quinoa every day is healthful and has no negative side effects.
According to my knowledge, commercially made quinoa flakes, such as Ancient Harvest, are washed before being steamrolled to remove the bitter taste of saponin. As a result, there is no need to soak, wash, or rinse quinoa flakes before using them.
Because of the saponins, they are difficult to digest.” Consider it this way, she says: When you say something is for the birds, you’re labeling it distasteful. “Quinoa isn’t even for the birds,” she says emphatically. At least some of these saponins are removed by rinsing them beforehand.