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    Quick & Healthy Recipes: Sweet Quinoa Breakfast

    Here’s a delicious — and healthy! — alternative to oatmeal for these wintry days.

    YIELDS: 1 cup (2 servings)

    INGREDIENTS:

    1 cup prepared quinoa (follow instructions on box; as with rice, you can make one large batch and keep it in the fridge for later use)
    1/2 cup milk of choice (dairy, soy, almond, rice, etc.)
    1 teaspoon vanilla extract (if using unflavored milk)
    1 teaspoon honey/agave nectar/yacon syrup (optional, if using unsweetened milk)
    1 tablespoon raisins or goji berries
    1 tablespoon raw walnuts, pecans, hemp seeds, chia seeds, or unsweetened shredded coconut
    2 tablespoons oat bran

    INSTRUCTIONS:

    Place all ingredients in saucepan.

    Turn stovetop burner to high and place uncovered saucepan on top. Bring mixture to a boil.

    Once boiling is reached, lower heat to simmer and cover saucepan.

    Turn heat off after 5 minutes. Let saucepan sit on stove for a minute.

    Uncover saucepan, stir, and transfer contents to bowl.

    Top with 2 tablespoons oat bran.

    NUTRITION INFORMATION (per serving; assuming recipe is made with unsweetened soymilk):

    330 calories
    1.2 grams saturated fat
    100 milligrams sodium
    6.5 grams fiber (2.5 grams soluble)
    11.5 grams protein

    Excellent Source of: fiber, manganese, monounsaturated fat, phosphorus, potassium, selenium, thiamin

    Good Source of: iron, niacin, riboflavin, protein

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