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How to Make Quinoa. Nut Butter Primer. Pumpkin Spice Trail Mix. Cooking with Quinoa: 25 Recipes. Whole-Grain Salads. Homemade Wheat Thins. I recently polled all of you about what recipes you wanted to see copycat versions of.

Homemade Wheat Thins

Many of you asked for wheat thins. I used to love them myself, but have not bought them in a very long time. I found the ingredient list on Fooducate’s website. Here is what is in the Garden Veggie version. whole grain wheat flour, enriched bleached flour (wheat flour, niacin, reduced iron, thiamine mononitrate {vitamin b1}, riboflavin {vitamin b2}, folic acid), soybean oil, modified cornstarch, sugar, oat fiber, dried vegetable blend (carrots, onions, cabbage, tomato, green and red bell peppers), salt, leavening (calcium phosphate and/or baking soda), onion powder, parsley, garlic powder, hydrolyzed corn protein, torula yeast, brewer’s yeast, cornstarch, malted barley flour, natural flavor. bht added to packaging material to preserve freshness. Wow! Homemade Wheat Thins 2 1/2 cups white whole wheat flour (depending on how sweet you want them) 1/4 cup coconut oil Preheat oven to 350.

Wild Rice Stir Fry With Veggies. Often I have to make use of leftover veggies.

Wild Rice Stir Fry With Veggies

So I make a lot of stir fry recipes. This stir fry is just another one of those. It’s a stir fry that contains no soy and you probably already have the ingredients to make it. If you don’t have all the exact veggies for this stir fry, you can just add in what you have. Most any veggies will go with these flavors. Wild Rice Stir Fry With Veggies A quick and easy meal made from simple ingredients! Ingredients. Test Kitchen Confidential. Vegetable 'Fried' Quinoa. This is one of those recipes that will make it into the meal rotation consistently.

Vegetable 'Fried' Quinoa

When I came across a recipe for a vegetable 'fried' rice using quinoa, I thought what a fantastic idea. I'm always looking for ways to make my dishes more nutrient dense and this was a great recipe for that giving me protein and fiber. I'm happy to have another great addition to my recipes as this was a nice use of quinoa and fantastic! Another reason I love quinoa so much is it comes out of the fridge the next day as well as it went in. It also tastes just as great warm as it does cold. This dish can go any way you like...add/subtract whatever you favorite kind of cooking. So easy to make...cook your quinoa, stir fry your vegetables, add in quinoa, stir fry a little longer and done. Vegetable 'Fried' Quinoa Serve warm. Notes: I added a few drops of sriracha while adding the garlic powder and tamari, a little goes a long way.

How to Make Polenta. Slow Cooker Breakfast Quinoa. Have you ever had quinoa for breakfast?

Slow Cooker Breakfast Quinoa

Quinoa can be very versatile. I have used quinoa in cookies and stir fries in the past, but this was my first try eating quinoa for breakfast. Quinoa is naturally gluten free, so it’s a great alternative to oatmeal. This slow cooker breakfast quinoa was much better than I ever expected! Slow cooking the quinoa allowed the sugars in the dates and apples to come out. This would be the perfect breakfast to make if you were having company over. Beet, Blood Orange, Kumquat, and Quinoa Salad Recipe < Cooking with Quinoa: 23 Recipes. Sallys Baking Addiction Homemade Almond Butter. Looking for a simple homemade almond butter recipe?

Sallys Baking Addiction Homemade Almond Butter

It doesn’t get easier and healthier than this. Homemade almond butter, like my homemade honey roasted peanut butter, is made on the regular in my kitchen. I slather it on top of whole wheat pancakes, throw it into almond butter chocolate chip cookies, breakfast cookies, healthy strawberry oat squares, and have even used it to make these Reese’s bars before. I eat it with apples, carrots, crackers, pitas, bananas, with jam, nutella, in protein smoothies, on frozen yogurt, and on waffles. I am all about almond butter, all the time. Making it is a cinch. Here is the blender/food processor I have. Bonus: it’s only $40 and has lasted me years. Blend and pulse the almonds for minutes until it reaches this consistency: Crumbly, gritty almond meal.

Stir it around with a spoon and scrape down the sides. I want to (and have) just dug into all that almond butter gloriousness with a spoon. How to Make Quinoa - Video.