Bye-Bye, Boring Oatmeal—This Quinoa Porridge Will Jump-Start Your Mornings

September 2, 2015
by Merce Muse for Thrive Market
Bye-Bye, Boring Oatmeal—This Quinoa Porridge Will Jump-Start Your Mornings

Beat the back to school blues with this gluten-free quinoa porridge topped with almond butter and raspberry preserves.

Quinoa Porridge

Yield: 1 servings
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1/3 cup quinoa
1 cup almond milk
1 teaspoon ghee

Toppings
Almond butter
Raspberry jam
Greek yogurt
Raw almonds, chopped

Rinse quinoa in water and place in a saucepan. Pour in 2/3 cup almond milk and ghee, and set to boil over medium heat. Once almond milk has boiled, turn down to low and cover pot. Let cook until all the milk has absorbed, 15 minutes. Fluff with fork. Pour in remaining 1/3 cup almond milk and warm through.

To serve, our into bowl and top with almond butter, jam, yogurt, and almonds.

Photo credit: Paul Delmont

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  • Jen

    I have never used quinoa before when you say rinse and boil in almond milk I am just rinsing raw quinoa and cooking it in the almond milk?

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    • Vicki

      Yes! You always want to rinse quinoa before you use it. It has a coating on it that makes it taste bitter or soapy. You can buy some that is "pre-rinsed" but I even still rinse that just in case. Then, you cook it in the almond milk, or whatever liquid you are using. I use stock a lot to make my lunch/dinner quinoa. It's delish and a great substitute for rice!

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