This muffin recipe is gluten-free and full of fibre and protein. The flavour is also unexpected, with a bit of cardamom and almond. You’ll absolutely love them. Quinoa flour is a great alternative to traditional flours whether or not you’re trying to eat gluten free. You’ll be surprised to know that this recipe is also suitable if you’re following or looking to try a low-FODMAP diet.
These ooey-gooey squares are absolutely worth adding to your quinoa recipes. They’re an amazing dessert, completely gluten free, and a great way to be introduced to dates. If you aren’t a date lover, you’ll actually be surprised. They make a good sweetener and tend to melt away into whatever they’re used in while offering a great gooey texture. Yummy!
If you’re vegetarian or vegan but miss a comforting meatloaf, this recipe is for you. Even if you’re a meat lover though, this one is worth a try. It’s a great mock meatloaf full of veggies. In fact one serving is equivalent to a serving of vegetables. It’s full of vitamins and minerals, including iron, calcium, and B vitamins, which can all be tough to get in a single serving for anybody. Plus, just like traditional meatloaf, it’s great as leftovers, in sandwiches or cooked up in a skillet to brown each side.