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Vegan Breakfast Berry Quinoa

Protein packed quinoa paired with a cinnamon almond milk mixture, a drizzle of honey, and a few fresh berries complete the morning.


Okay, now I have a confession. I skip breakfast a lot. I used to, actually. But after I had this I new I had a new purpose in life: to eat breakfast every day.

Just kidding. Or maybe I’m not.

One of my favorite things about this is that there is no added sugar (if you use sugar-free almond milk), it’s filled with protein, and the berries are a great source of fiber. Berries are lower in sugar then normal fruit, so I love topping almost anything with them, or instead of reaching for a candy bar I reach for a handful of berries.

The berries and honey give a sweet touch to the bland quinoa (I’m sorry quinoa! No hurt feelings, okay?), and the cinnamon almond mixture gives a warming component.


Honestly, I can’t eat quinoa alone. It’s flavorless, so that’s why I always use it in things such as my Quinoa Fruit Salad. Enjoy!

Breakfast Quinoa

  • Servings: 4
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2 cups cooked quinoa (preferably cold)

1-1/2 cups almond milk (if not dairy free, you can substitute 2% milk)

3/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon

Optional Toppings (fruit recommended)

berries (strawberries, raspberries, and blueberries)

sliced almonds



  1.  Whisk almond milk and cinnamon together in a measuring cup or bowl.  Set aside.
  2.  Prepare desired toppings from the list above.  Scoop quinoa evenly into bowls.  Pour the desired amount over of almond milk mixture and top with the fruit, honey, and/or almonds you’ve prepared. Serve.



5 thoughts on “Vegan Breakfast Berry Quinoa

  1. Yum!! What a tasty breakfast, Eva 🙂 I’m glad that it encourages you to eat in the morning; there’s always that one meal that has us excited to eat breakfast, haha! Honey Bunches of Oats is my favorite 😋

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