Quinoa flakes

Quinoa flakes are naturally very low in calories, are very low in fat, and are cholesterol-free. They are an excellent source of plant-based protein and dietary fibers. One-third a cup of dry quinoa flakes provides about 130 calories and just two grams of fat, and, like all naturally vegan foods, they're completely cholesterol-free. Quinoa flakes also provide a healthy amount of dietary fiber - about 2.5 grams per 1/3 cup, and 4.3 grams of protein. Like quinoa, quinoa flakes are a great source of protein, especially for vegetarians and vegans.

Quinoa flakes are made from pressed quinoa - no more, no less! You get all the healthy benefits of quinoa with a more familiar breakfast texture and a quicker cooking time.

Facts about quinoa flakes:

Complete Protein: The protein value of quinoa flakes is extremely high (12-18% by weight). Per serving, quinoa flakes pack nearly six grams of high-quality protein, including all nine essential amino acids that the body must obtain through food.

Dietary Fiber: Quinoa flakes are also a great source of dietary fiber. They offer three grams of fiber per serving, which is nearly 12 percent of the recommended daily value.

 Iron: A bowl of quinoa flakes can provide 22 percent of the recommended daily value for iron. This important mineral is responsible for transporting oxygen-rich red blood cells throughout the body. Fight fatigue with quinoa flakes!

Easy to Digest: Quinoa is a seed, which makes it a naturally gluten-free breakfast option. It’s a good alternative for people who are unable to digest wheat easily.

How to prepare it?

You can prepare quinoa flakes on the stove top by bringing 1 cup of water to boil in a saucepan, adding 1/3 cup of quinoa flakes, and letting the quinoa cook for about 90 seconds. Turn off the heat and allow them to cool slightly. The mixture will thicken

Nutritive value 100 g
Energy value 350kcal/1465kJ
Protein 11g
Carbohydrates 62g
Of which sugars 0g
Fibers 5g
Fats 5g
Of which saturated 0g
Salt 0.1g
Gluten <20mg/kg