This Cinnamon Apple Quinoa Breakfast Bowl is a deliciously easy way to start your morning. Packed with flavor and healthy ingredients, this delicious breakfast bowl will keep you full and energized for hours.
I have found a new love for Quinoa and how versatile it can be, it’s perfect for any meal and a lot easier to cook than I thought it was. When I think of breakfast bowls I think of something warm and full of flavor that is going to help me power through my mornings. With school starting, I needed to find something that would be easy to make, and also something that would taste good.
I know when we think of fall the great debate starts where we have to decide between apples and pumpkins. Well, this year I’m not going to decide, I’m just going to indulge in both equally and just ignore the age-old debate. This recipe is great for those fresh apple’s you picked at the Apple Farm or local farmers market.
More Apple Recipes You Can Try:
- Maple Cranberry Apple Stuffing – Bring some new life to that traditional stuffing you make each year. Spice it up with maple syrup, cranberries and apples, trust me when I say everything marries well and comes out finger-licking good.
- Caramel Apple Stuffed French Toast – Easy to make and perfect for busy school mornings, this easy to follow stuffed french toast recipe uses fresh apples and tons of caramel.
- Apple Pie Bread – It an apple pie and sweet bread had a baby this would be it. The perfect blend of flavors creates magic in your mouth with my Apple Pie Bread.
- Apple Cider Baked Donuts – Celebrate the start of fall with this apple cider baked donut recipe. Made in the oven with love and topped with homemade icing.
- Apple Crisp – A Northern Virginia take on this delicious iconic dessert, my apple crisp is full of caramel and fresh-cut apples. The topping is crumbly and full of buttery goodness that knocks my family’s socks off any time of the year.
- Envy Apple and Blueberry Baked Oatmeal – This easy to make baked oatmeal uses fresh Blueberries and Envy Apples. From FindingDebra.com.
- You can use more water instead of apple juice or add shredded carrots while the quinoa is cooking to infuse it with more apple flavor.
- I love to top it with walnuts and a drizzle of salted caramel but you can use your favorite toppings.
- You can keep it refrigerated for up to 3 days so it’s a great make-ahead breakfast!
Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 440Total Fat: 4gSaturated Fat: 1gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 3gCholesterol: 7mgSodium: 136mgCarbohydrates: 94gFiber: 6gSugar: 75gProtein: 13g