SIMPLY QUINOA RECIPES
A collection of simple, healthy, gluten-free recipes, most of which highlight the superfood quinoa! Meant to inspire the everyday home cook and show you that…
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Learn how to pickle summer vegetables at home in just 10 minutes! This is a great way to preserve some of your favorite summer produce, including cucumbers, peppers, radishes, beets, onions, and more. Making simple and vibrant pickles is my favorite way to make the flavors of summer last all year.
These Strawberry Oatmeal Bars are a healthy dessert made with almond flour, quinoa flour, and flax. Full of summery fruit flavor, these oatmeal bars are my new favorite way to end a meal. They satisfy a sweet tooth without being overwhelming. And they're made with healthy flours for a gluten-free and dairy-free treat.
This Grilled Cheese Air Fryer Recipe makes a perfectly crispy, golden, and melty sandwich. A great grilled cheese sandwich should be simple, and this recipe is about as simple as it gets when it comes to ingredients. All you need is sourdough bread, butter (vegan or regular), cheese (vegan or regular), and any optional fillings you'd like!
This is the best post-workout smoothie for recovery, filled with energy-boosting fruit, berries, vegan protein, and maca powder, to help you recover faster! This smoothie is packed with ingredients that your body needs after a hard workout. And just like any smoothie, all you need to do is dump your ingredients into your blender and blend until smooth.
This Asian Cucumber Side Salad is so refreshing, with fresh cucumber, scallions, cilantro, and ginger. Chili garlic sauce adds a little kick of spice, while mirin, soy sauce, fish sauce, and sesame oil bring the dish together with acidity, umami, and salt. It’s such a well-balanced salad, and the flavors absolutely explode in your mouth.
This Refried Beans Instant Pot Recipe is incredibly easy. Refried beans are one of my favorite foods to have around. They’re a key ingredient in so many Mexican recipes, and also incredibly healthy. And while most people just buy canned refried beans at the store, I think they’re so much better if you make them at home.
This Grilled Vegetable Salad is the very definition of summer. This salad is healthy, filling, fresh, and the perfect side dish for any barbecue or cookout. Summer cooking is all about grilling and fresh produce. That's why this grilled vegetable salad is one of my go-to recipes during the summer.
This Chai Latte Chia Pudding recipe is inspired by Starbucks. I've always loved the chai lattes from Starbucks, but they're just too much sugar for me these days. So I created a chia pudding inspired by that drink! It tastes like a chai latte but is packed with protein and not much sugar. It's also caffeine-free so it can be enjoyed as an afternoon treat as well.
Healthy Ginger & Turmeric Carrot Soup takes less than an hour to make, but tastes like it’s been simmering away on your stove all day long. This delicious soup is as comforting as it is healing. Packed with strong flavors like garlic, fennel, and ginger, and full of anti-inflammatory ingredients, this is the perfect healing soup.
This Vegan Green Goddess Dressing is so easy to make! Before I went dairy-free, one of my all-time favorite dressings was Newman's Own Green Goddess. It was herby, creamy, tangy and so delicious! But, it has sour cream. So I developed my own version of green goddess dressing using vegan coconut yogurt, fresh herbs, and maple syrup.
These Instant Pot refried beans are rich, smooth, and so much better than the kind you buy in a can. This recipe only uses a few ingredients, it barely requires any work, and only takes a little over an hour to make. These rich and aromatic refried beans taste so much better than any of the canned versions.
This recipe for gluten-free banana bread muffins is basically just banana bread. It’s full of your favorite banana bread flavors, like bananas, vanilla, cinnamon, nutmeg, and walnuts. This recipe also has maple syrup, which adds a rich, caramel flavor. These muffins are perfect for breakfast so you can start the day off right.
This Vegan Chocolate Avocado Mousse recipe is a fun and healthy way to have dessert. Rich, smooth, and creamy, this decadent treat tastes like a million bucks and is good for you too! Avocados are rich and full of healthy fats. That makes them the perfect base for a health-conscious dessert.
6 Ways to Make Quinoa Bowls. I love quinoa as the base for my bowls. It's a great vehicle for flavor, it keeps well in the fridge, it's versatile and it's healthy. Each cup of quinoa has 8g of plant-based protein! To keep things fun and delicious for you, I'm sharing some awesome flavor combinations for you to try.
Coconut Curry with Quinoa is one of the easiest meals ever because it's made in the slow cooker. The flavor bombs in this curry are fresh garlic, fresh ginger, fresh turmeric, tamari, miso, and chili flakes. Each ingredient brings its own uniqueness to the table, but they still all work in harmony to make this amazingly aromatic and flavorful dish.
I'm sharing my favorite healthy tempeh recipes that you've got to try! If you’re wanting to try cooking tempeh, you need to check out these recipes. Tempeh has a strong flavor, but one of my favorite things about this ingredient is how much flavor it can absorb when you’re cooking with it. It makes it so versatile in the kitchen!
This Creamy Vegan Broccoli Soup will leave you feeling great because it’s that healthy. It’s chock full of veggies, with broccoli, carrots, and zucchini. But it also has protein from nuts, with raw cashews and almond milk in it. And just to top it all off, there’s a ton of nutritional yeast. You couldn’t dream up a healthier recipe!
These Gluten-Free Banana Bread Muffins are the perfect morning treat. They’re light, fluffy, moist, and sweetened with rich maple syrup. These muffins have complex flavors, but they’re easy to make. They take less than half an hour! Plus, they’re gluten-free and have lots of healthy ingredients like bananas, nuts, and quinoa flour.
This Crispy Korean Tofu recipe is quick and easy to make. But it tastes like you ordered it at a restaurant. It’s that delicious! Plus, you can make it in the air fryer or in the oven. This recipe calls for you to marinate the tofu for at least 30 minutes. But it will absorb even more flavor if you marinate it longer. For best results, marinate the tofu for a few hours, or even overnight.
Here are 25 of the Best Gut Healing Recipes. This year I've been focusing more on eating foods that are healing for my gut! Eating gut-friendly foods helps prevent you from feeling bloated, gassy, or even nauseous. I'm sharing recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and even desserts that have gut-healing ingredients in them.
This Vegan Cream of Broccoli Soup is hearty, healthy, and packed full of veggies. It takes less than an hour to make, but the flavors are rich and complex. This is one of the most comforting recipes that I know. I make it when it’s cold out, or when I just need a big bowl of something warm and soothing.
How to Make Garlic Butter Quinoa. In addition to this recipe only using 5 ingredients, you also just need one pot. Basically, we're going to cook the quinoa like we normally would in liquid (except we're using vegetable broth instead of water), then simmer until fluffy. The result is a flavorful quinoa dish that goes well with everything!
Vegan Pesto Recipe is made with simple ingredients. Instead of parmesan cheese, this vegan pesto uses nutritional yeast. It provides the same rich, nutty flavor as parmesan, and a little salt replaces the sodium of the cheese. It only takes 5 minutes to make, but you’ll find yourself keeping a jar of it in the fridge at all times.
What is Tempeh? This is everything you need to know about this plant-based protein. Tempeh is one of the healthiest and tastiest ingredients in my fridge. It’s a fantastic source of protein and a great meat substitute. If you’re wanting to try cooking tempeh, you need to check out these recipes.
Homemade Maple Tahini Dressing is sweet, acidic, and has just the right amount of sesame flavor. It's rich, and complex, and goes well with almost any salad. This tahini dressing has a little kick of sweetness from maple syrup. Depending on what type of salad you’re making, you may want to adjust the sweetness a little bit.