Think it’s hard to have a gluten-free breakfast? Think again – with these gluten-free quinoa breakfast recipes you can have a delicious, healthy meal in no time!
Lately I have been incorporating more and more quinoa into my daily meals, but for the most part, I have been only trying dinner recipes. I hadn’t thought much about using quinoa for breakfast foods until I came upon a recipe and actually made it. Usually, I find recipes I want to try but it takes a while to get around to trying them out. This time I tried the quinoa recipe right away and I loved it!
Since then I have been on a quest to find a variety of good quinoa breakfast recipes that I could try and put in my monthly menu rotation.
I think you’ll be pleasantly surprised when you see these recipes. Remember breakfast is the most important meal of the day and since quinoa is full of protein, fiber, calcium, etc. it is a great way to start your day off right. Quinoa could become your new favorite breakfast food. Remember these are 9 of the very best ever gluten-free quinoa breakfast recipes you’ll ever find. Plus they are all right here together in one place.
I like to buy my quinoa online but my mom buys hers from the bulk section of our local Winco grocery store. I have other articles below to help you find the best place for you to buy quinoa and quinoa flour.
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Gluten-Free Quinoa Breakfast Recipes
1. Gluten Free Pumpkin Muffins with Cream Cheese & Chocolate Chips – Gluten Free Daddy
Quinoa Flour – Tapioca Starch – Oats – Pumpkin Puree – Apple Sauce – Milk – Mini Chocolate Chips – Cream Cheese – Baking Powder – Baking Soda – Real Salt – Brown Sugar – Eggs – Vanilla – Cinnamon Essential Oil – Powdered Sugar – Cinnamon – Butter
These muffins are decadent and rich and just what you’ve been looking for. These are gluten-free pumpkin muffins with chocolate chips and a cream cheese filling with streusel on top. The cream cheese filling is similar to what you’d find on top of a carrot cake. If you don’t want them to be so sweet you can leave out the cream filling and/or the streusel topping. They are still very good, just maybe more appropriate for breakfast. The quinoa flour makes them protein rich and very healthy except for the filling and topping.
2. Tropical Quinoa Porridge Parfait – Kiddielicious Kitchen
This recipe is a light and bright summery parfait with a variety of tropical fruits including a mango puree and a quinoa porridge. This is a good yummy healthy recipe that would be great for breakfast or even a dessert.
3. Quinoa Granola – Bakerita
One of my default breakfasts is granola with greek yogurt with fresh fruit. I am not a fan of cereal like a lot of people but I have always loved granola. Here is a recipe for a healthy quinoa granola that is crunchy and a little of natural sweetness to it.
4. Quinoa Breakfast Hash Browns – A Beautiful Mess
Quinoa – Potato – Egg – Real Salt – Butter – Green Onions
This a high protein healthy version of hash browns which uses quinoa to add some nutritional value. This is a simple recipe to add to your breakfast menu and will provide a lot of energy in the morning.
5. Carrot Cake Quinoa Breakfast Bowls – Destination Delish
I thought this recipe looked really interesting. Carrot cake is one of my favorite types of cake (and of course my mom’s recipe is the best!) and I used to love eating a slice of leftover carrot cake for breakfast, so good! So the idea of having a recipe for a carrot cake quinoa breakfast bowl sounds so yummy! This is a simple 2o minutes in 1 pot type of recipe!
6. Apple Cinnamon Quinoa Breakfast – Maria Ushakova
Quinoa – Apple – Nuts of Choice – Milk of Choice – Cinnamon
This recipe is simply a cereal, it is cooked quinoa combined with milk and cinnamon and topped off with diced apples and the nut of your choice, I like almond or walnuts. It is simple as that! And whoever said a healthy breakfast takes too much time or money is wrong! A tip to save time is to cook the quinoa ahead of time and then all you are doing it combining the ingredients the morning you are eating it.
7. Coffee Coconut Quinoa Brulee – Viktoria’s Table
Although I don’t personally drink coffee, I thought I would share this recipe for those coffee lovers out there. This is a healthy recipe for a quinoa brulee with coffee and coconut milk. It looks like an interesting recipe. Let me know if you give it a try and whether you liked it or not.
8. Egg Muffins – I Food Real
Eggs – Flax Seed – Feta Cheese – Onion – Real Salt – Quinoa – Spinach – Sun Dried Tomatoes
Alright, this recipe is a for super healthy egg muffins packed full of healthy fats and complex carbs. My absolute favorite part of egg muffins other than there nutrient value is how easy they are to make ahead of time and their ability to freeze well. I love to make a whole bunch and keep some in the fridge for the week and then freeze the rest and simply heat them up when you are on the go! It is always nice to have options like this for days you just don’t have the time for a nice breakfast (which is more often than one wishes).
9. Quinoa Almond Flour Pancakes – Jeanette’s Healthy Living
Here is a recipe for pancakes, the quinoa in the recipe is ground up so it is a subtle way to get the benefits of quinoa and it is also gluten-free using almond flour. Years ago I loved putting peanut butter and syrup on my pancakes but now it is all about honey or maple syrup and almond butter for me!