• Alyssa

    posted on October 10, 2013 at 7:27 am

    LOVE this recipe Amy! It loos soo good :) And what a good way to sneak quinoa into Nate’s diet (and before you know it Luke’s too). Hope all is well with you! I’m sure you have your hands full, but would love to catch up soon. xxoo!

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    Amy Reply:

    @Alyssa, Yes, let’s catch up. Maybe later this month. It’s been wild on my end. xoxo

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  • Wendy

    posted on October 10, 2013 at 10:09 am

    This looks so good Amy! I’m somewhat of an expert at sneaking quinoa into kids diets. :) This is one both my boys would eat. Another favorite around our house is quinoa fritters! The boys love them and I can’t help but feel a little sneaky. Until recently they both thought they were eating some sort of hash brown bites. :)

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    Amy Reply:

    @Wendy, I make quinoa veggie cakes – they’re like pancakes (kind of…) but savory. I’ll have to find your recipe.

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  • Dawn from Texas

    posted on October 10, 2013 at 2:04 pm

    Amy, this looks amazing! I probably would use a 50/50 mix of rice and quinoa, while it is not quite as health, the mouth feel issue is much less. I often add half quinoa half rice to my rice cooker and cook it just like all rice it is perfect every time!

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    Amy Reply:

    @Dawn from Texas, I like your idea, Dawn. A rice cooker is the one appliance I don’t have. What brand do you use? I bought one once and it burned everything.

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    Dawn from Texas Reply:

    @Amy, I use a Zojirushi right now, I adore it. I used to use an Aroma the base model and yes it would burn if you didn’t turn it off right after cooking the Zojirishi is much more expensive, but I can cook rice so many ways. I even use it for hot cereals (rice, oatmeal and buckwheat) it can keep everything warm and not burned or dried out for ALL day! As wonderful as it is the cheapy $20 rice cookers will work fine if you just turn them off when they are done and don’t try and keep things warm in them. I have a Zojirushi Neuro Fuzzy.

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    Amy Reply:

    @Dawn from Texas, I should add that to my Christmas list, but I got a new house this year. Joe says that the furniture I’ve been buying counts for Christmas. It’s a good deal, actually, because I adore what I’ve chosen thus far. Maybe my mom will spring for it. :)

  • Phyllis

    posted on October 17, 2013 at 11:53 am

    I enjoy fresh juice plus a quinoa pancake in the mornings. The pancakes include 1 cup gf flour mix plus 1 cup quinoa flakes. Liquid includes egg oil milk mashed ripe banana.vanilla. They require no butter or syrup . Actually I like them better than a breakfast cookie.

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  • Tera

    posted on November 8, 2013 at 6:50 pm

    Oh geez. Sounds good. Gonna try this next week.

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  • ben

    posted on April 11, 2014 at 1:01 pm

    sounds great, but unfortunately its not dairy free like the title states. the 3 eggs are the problem. do you know if it still works fine without the eggs or can you suggest a suitable egg alternative.
    thank you

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    Amy Reply:

    @ben, Hi Ben – even though eggs are in the dairy section at the grocery store they are not dairy. It’s a common misconception. The eggs set the pudding so I don’t have a replacement. I’d have to do some testing first.

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