Loaded with jalapeños, avocado, cilantro, lime juice, garlic and red onion, this pan of quinoa and beans is a fiesta for your tastebuds.
Have leftover quinoa sitting in your fridge? Spruce it up with herbs and make deliciously crispy quinoa fritters served with a garlic aioli.
Easily pack a filling quinoa chicken lunch salad layered perfectly in a jar so nothing get soggy.
As we move to cooler more refreshing foods that are perfect for warm weather, dig into this watercress Mediterranean bowl loaded with quinoa, herbs, fresh vegetables, and bright lemon juice.
Surprisingly hearty, this peppery watercress salad is loaded with sweet golden beets and quinoa for a delicious flavor combo that reminds us that salads are anything but boring.
A warm, slightly sweet and earthy quinoa bowl is perfect for a special occasion like Mother’s Day or any day. Smooth coconut milk, sweet blueberries, cherry preserves and lemon give this recipe pops of flavor.
Celebrate your Mom on Mother’s Day with this delicious peanut butter and raspberry breakfast quinoa. It’s filling, sweet and full of protein to keep her energized for the day.
Mother’s Day is just around the corner, serve her this sweet and savory bowl of breakfast quinoa loaded with strawberry preserves.
What’s more beautiful than a runny egg yolk? Poached or fried, a perfectly cooked egg is a fun way to lend extra richness (and protein!) to pasta dishes, rice bowls—even pizzas! These 10 recipes are sure to eliminate any notion that eggs are just for breakfast.
This citrus salad definitely fulfills your citrus and green needs.
The star of the dish is the crispy-skin salmon of course. The salmon goes perfectly with the bright-lemony herbed quinoa and yogurt sauce.
An easy, hearty superfood weeknight meal full of flavor.
Have you made any New Year’s resolutions? Over the holidays one tends to eat a lot more sugar, so add this adaptable Superfoods Salad to your menu rotation.
When comforting foods can get too rich to eat, try this warm superbowl of marinated pumpkin quinoa and pomegranate salad.
This Warm Farro Breakfast Bowl with Cinnamon Apple recipe is made with sautéing apples with cinnamon, dried cranberries, and cooked farro until warmed through. It’s topped my bowls off with homemade quinoa crunch flavored with maple syrup and pecans. It could also be served cold with a little bit of almond milk. Either way, this is a great autumn breakfast bowl recipe that is not only delicious, but also healthy.
This Warm Quinoa Sweet Potato Kale Salad with Goji Berries comes together in about 30 minutes and is so hearty and healthy!
This quick, grilled chicken does all the work for you. Simply marinate the poultry in wine and grill, then you’re set for a tasty summer meal.
A hearty, warm salad with beautiful colors can be a great meal to pack for work or on the go. This recipe shows off its true, vibrant colors with raw beets and radishes to jewel the salad.
These Roasted Vegetable Quinoa Bowls are full of flavor and make a hearty and healthy meat-free meal! Top the bowls with the maple balsamic dressing for a little sweetness and extra flavor!
All you need is this bowl of Cauliflower, Quinoa and Spinach Soup and you have super food in a bowl.
We love any excuse to break out the slow cooker and make something warm and hearty—like a delicious quinoa recipe, perfect for a cold day.
In one pot, make delicious spiced Mexican quinoa and serve with avocado and cilantro over a salad, in a tortilla, or on its own.
An easy flavorful side dish, this brussels sprout gratin is topped with smoked cheddar cheese and loaded with filling quinoa.
Baked potato wedges and a vegetarian quinoa chili combine for a hearty fall meal that can be enjoyed without feeling greasy after.
Sweet summer tomatoes are filled with herbed and spiced quinoa and baked with parmesan cheese for a delightful and filling side dish.
Keep things simple for the end of summer with crunchy fresh vegetables tossed with quinoa, almonds, and an easy sherry vinaigrette.
Pickled with beets for vibrant color, this kale salad is a hearty bowl complete with avocado and quinoa. Pickled the eggs ahead and enjoy on a warm summer night without turning on the oven.
Take a meat break with these green veggie burgers that use spices splendidly to give the patties bold, enticing flavors.
Give a meatless dish loaded with chickpeas, vibrant beets, and topped with avocado a bold flavor from whole grain Dijon mustard.
We’ve got you covered for Mother’s Day brunch ideas for all types of breakfast preferences!
Spring has sprung and crispy fritters with peas, crumbled feta, lemon zest and handfuls of fresh mint are in order.
For breakfast or lunch, this protein packed bowl complete with salmon and egg with keep you full with flavorful olives, feta, and micro greens.
A twist on the Middle Eastern salad, traditionally made with bulgur wheat, this quinoa version is gluten free and packed with fiber. Perfect for Passover.
Packed with sweet potatoes and mustard and plenty of spices, these burgers are easy to make ahead and full of great flavors.
Like a sweet-tangy slaw, this quinoa has a kick of mustard, lime and bursts of green onion and almonds. It’s a vibrant salad that is great with sandwiches.
A simple, hearty side dish packed with beans and fresh dill, tossed with lemon and olive oil. A perfect lunch loaded with fresh flavor.
Make a basic quinoa bowl with delicious chickpeas, currants and carrots, and top with a peice of salmon and a yogurt and tahini sauce for an awesome meal.
High in protein and gluten-free, quinoa is a delicious breakfast alternative with unlimited flavor possibilities.
This inviting stew is a perfect home-style dinner. A ragout of winter veggies: turnip, carrots, brussels sprouts, tossed in tomato sauce with quinoa.
Quinoa, curried bell-peppers and peas with a delicious Desi spin create a simple, tasty and wholesome meal.
There is no wrong way to make chili. Include any veggies that are in season, your favorite, or you already have. Here are some great combinations to try.
Super easy and flavorful, this vegan recipe brings tempeh to the next level. Be sure to use quality, not bitter tempeh and enjoy the spiced twist of quinoa.
Quinoa is great for making crunchy granola. Get your morning in gear with added pumpkin, sunflower seeds and warm spices. Try it on desserts, too.
A recovery meal after a grueling day— salty, fatty, lip-smacking delicious. A perfect balance of earthy eggplant and bok choy to the salty soy and miso.
Oven-cooked salmon with a ton of flavor and color. Serve over a bed of quinoa for a complete fish and vegetable bowl.
Gobble up seasonal cherries in this toasted quinoa dish complete with crunchy almond slivers. Great for breakfast or as a filling dinner side.
Egg wrap, crepe, tortilla, or roll. Whatever you call it, it’s brilliant. Make a thin omelette to wrap, fill with your favorites, and there’s a meal, to-go.
Start your morning off with plenty of protein to carry you until lunch. Make a tahini sauce and use it as a salad and sandwich dressing, too.
This quinoa is the perfect summer night supper with cranberries and cashews. And with it’s gluten-free beer and bread it is allergy-free, too.
Eggplant can be a tricky, especially when you’re learning to cook with it for the first time. Discover some tips to make delicious spiced eggplant.
Tuna is arguably the most versatile of proteins; you can eat it raw, grilled, canned, with fruit or salad. Try these ten recipes to get inspired.
Stray from the stereotypical pizza for this crisp-crusted, elegant goodness. Play around with your favorite toppings for a healthy meal that you won’t regret.
This quinoa has it all. Cherry tomatoes, apples, cannelloni beans, and fresh radishes with a dijon dressing. Add herbed sausage and this salad can easily become a main.
A refreshing salad with lime, cilantro, and feta cheese. For a kick of flavor, grill the corn first and then toss it with the avocados, tomatoes, and quinoa.
A blush-colored salmon salad with pomegranate jewels and sprinkled with quinoa is filling, while still being light.
Fragrant, green vegetable curry with quinoa can be made in fifteen minutes – that’s faster than takeout.
Learn how to make the perfect pot of quinoa that is neither soggy, crunchy, or burnt.
The peanut sauce makes this quinoa flavorful with its mixture of sweet and spicy. Loaded with vegetables, this salad is filling and a great lunch option to take to work.
Granola is loaded with fiber, protein, healthy fats and essential vitamins and minerals. The aroma of nutmeg completes this granola and adds warmth to each spoon.
Maple-basted acorn squash serves as a charming vessel for lightly cinnamon-spiced quinoa in a seasonal side that serves as a nutritious option for your Thanksgiving spread.