- Certified Organic
- Certified Kosher
- Sustainably farmed
- Cholesterol Free
- Dairy Free
- Dye and Color Additive Free
- High Fructose Corn Syrup Free
- Low Fat
- Low Sodium
- No Added Sugar or Sweeteners
- No Artificial Ingredients
- No Trans Fats
- Pesticide Free
- Preservative Free
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Organic Whole Grain Quinoa Flakes
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Reviews For 100% Whole Grain Quinoa Hot Cereal Flakes
Based on 14 Reviews
quinoa is highly nutritious and this product is gluten free and made in a gluten free facility. I highly recommend it.
Quinoa Hot Cereal Flakes
Great for a gluten free diet! It is bland so have to add nuts and fruit but it has a lot of protein!
Ancient harvest quinoa flakes are great. But best if you skim off the foam when first bringing them to a boil as this decreases the level of saponins and reduces bitterness.
Quinoa flakes Hot Cereal
First off, quinoa is not a grain it is a seed and is better for you than grains. This product has been so wonderful for me because I don't eat grains anymore and SO missed hot cereal. It cooks up just like oatmeal and tastes great. Wonderful product.
Hot Cereal Flakes
And the recipe on the side for cookies is GREAT!
After trying this alternative to my usual steel cut Irish oats, I would rather cook whole quinoa for breakfast than to eat this mushy cereal.
great added to steal oats
for breakfast with berries
I love this product. I don't eat grains anymore and this is a seed. This has been one of the best finds to date. I used to love oatmeal and this has replaced it with flying colors.
Awesome "grits" alternative. I just add a tsp of coconut oil and a little sea salt! Kids love it too
Ready in minutes
Good alternative to oat meal. Ready in minutes in the microwave
Boil this protein-rich cereal, add a pad of butter from grass-fed cows, homogenized whole fat milk, and a squirt of maple syrup for a wonderful breakfast!!
Love these!! I use them in many recipes...haven't tried them as a cereal yet
My Oats/Flakes Substitute
I've been using Quinoa flakes for a couple of years, in my baking recipes and homemade granola bars, especially since I found out I am allergic to oats, wheat, rye, and barley. Though it takes some getting used to (because they are smaller and much lighter in texture than oats and other flakes), they work well enough to continue making the recipes I enjoy that calls for oats/flakes. They are very good in cookies, and I REALLY LOVE to use these in place of flour as the crumble topping on my apple crisp bake. YUMMY!!!
- Gourmet Vegan
A wonderful start
I love quinoa but had never heard of these until a friend recommended them. Quinoa for breakfast is such a good idea, due to its health benefits - it's a great food to start my work day with. I make it with vanilla soymilk and add honey and blueberries - delish! I haven't tried it for baking yet, but will do so soon.
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