Hot Quinoa Breakfast Cereal

If you are on the go and looking for a faster recipe for a morning before a big day, hot quinoa breakfast cereal is a great option. Quinoa is a healthy alternative to typical cereal options. Most popular cereal brands utilize some form of ultra-refined grains, cereal with an ultra-refined base is typically devoid of useful nutrients your body needs to function throughout the day. Quinoa is a nutrient dense carbohydrate option and can be very beneficial for the body’s digestive system. 

In a world where it is seemingly impossible to avoid processed sugars, cinnamon plays an important role. Of the most recent studies, cinnamon has shown to decrease LDL (bad) cholesterol by 9.4 mg/dL and a decrease in triglycerides of 29.6 mg/dL. (Note that high levels of LDL cholesterol and triglycerides lead to type two diabetes). Studies also showed HDL (good) cholesterol increased by 1.7 mg/dL when cinnamon was consumed following meals. 


  •    1  cup  quinoa
  •    2  cups water
  •    1/2  cup apples or pears– thinly sliced
  •    1/3  cup raisins
  •    1/2  teaspoon cinnamon
  •    GFCF milk
  •    honey, stevia


  • Rinse quinoa and add to water. Bring to a boil 
  • Reduce heat; simmer for 5 minutes 
  • Add apples or pears, raisins and cinnamon
  • Simmer until water is absorbed
  • Serve with milk and sweeten to taste with honey or stevia





  • GFCF – gluten free casein free
  • SF – soy  free
  • DF – dairy free
  • EF – egg free


  1. sapul77

    Hot quinoa breakfast cereal is the perfect way to start my day. I love the texture and how it provides me a delicious & healthy breakfast option.

  2. wimi_rivera

    I would recommend it to anyone who is looking for a healthier alternative to traditional cereal!

  3. trisan_joseph13

    I LOVE hot quinoa breakfast cereal. It’s a delicious, healthy alternative to the more expensive and unhealthy cereal breakfasts. My favorite toppings are cinnamon and a splash of almond milk.

  4. domdeleon3

    I’m a busy person, so it can be hard to find time to cook something that is healthy and tastes good. But with this cereal, I have something tasty when I need it.

  5. harrvillacarlos

    It’s perfect for when you’re in a rush in the morning and don’t have time to make breakfast!

  6. marcicofelipe

    I love this breakfast! It’s a great, quick option for busy mornings.

  7. ibara.arcilla

    The hot quinoa cereal is so easy to make and tastes great. It’s also healthier than the other boxed cereals out there.

  8. freiichmabala1

    If you’re looking for a quick, healthy breakfast before work or school, I would recommend this!

  9. jmdeossantos1

    It’s so easy to prepare and always delicious. I’m a big fan of the nutty flavor and all the health benefits it offers.

  10. jeffrsontan68

    I felt more energetic after eating one bowl, which made me feel better in my day-to-day life as well as throughout my workouts.


    I would recommend hot quinoa breakfast cereal to anyone who wants a quick, easy, and healthy breakfast. I have been on the go a lot lately and it’s been difficult finding time to prepare anything in the morning.

  12. 28aellen

    This cereal is really great. It’s delicious and filling. I always used to get hungry before lunchtime, but now I’m full all morning long!

  13. blidfaith568

    It’s the best cereal I have ever had, hands down. One of the best things about it is that you can also make it as a soup or even a side dish.

  14. elxyg03

    The only downside is that they don’t sell it in stores!

  15. mrmicahcooper

    Since switching to hot quinoa breakfast cereal, I have noticed so many different benefits in my life. The best benefit I have seen is the improved energy that I have had every day.

  16. kravn_michael

    It is hard to believe that such a simple change in my breakfast has made such a difference in my quality of life!

  17. bryeuyuyuy

    For me, there’s nothing better than a bowl of hot quinoa breakfast cereal first thing in the morning. It’s got everything you need to get your day started.

  18. pdvlladolid

    It tastes delicious, it’s nice and easy on the digestive system, and it doesn’t have any of those pesky grains that people say you should avoid. I’m really happy to have found this recipe

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