These quinoa bread recipes have something for everyone.
Are you looking for regular gluten-rich quinoa bread made in a bread machine? You’ve come to the right place!
Maybe you want to avoid gluten and feast on a vegan pizza whose crust is made only of quinoa. Check it out below.
Would you like to munch a gluten-free quinoa tortilla? Look no further than the content here on this page.
So then -- on to the recipes!
We have a recipe for making quinoa bread in a bread machine right here.
It’s delicious. But it does contain gluten and has a few recipes and steps in the process of making it.
But if you’re fine with wheat and gluten and are a bread-making pro -- then go ahead! We’d enthusiastically recommend this recipe to you.
Check out our quinoa bread machine recipe here.
And now for something a little more simple…
I know we’re talking about quinoa bread recipes here. But I just can’t help introducing you to this easy gluten-free quinoa pizza recipe. After all, most pizza crusts are doughy and bread-like, right? So it makes sense to have this recipe here.
We put together a video to show you how to make this recipe. It’s our first try, so be merciful!
We’ve eaten this quinoa pizza on our “date nights.” We just put the kids to bed and bring out the pizza!
And we can eat almost the whole thing! It’s that good.
The crust is baked. The rest of our ingredients are raw! And we’re not talking yucky raw here. It’s really quite tasty.
So, we’ll break-down the recipe into three sections: the quinoa pizza crust, the almond cheese to put on top of the crust, and the pizza sauce...
With the crust taken care of -- we’ll make the Almond cheese. Put it on the quinoa crust after the crust is baked.
That's right -- with this pizza recipe the sauce actually goes on top of the cheese!
And last -- the tomato sauce!
Process all in a food processor until smooth or to desired consistency.
I really like this recipe. It’s made by Charles from FiveEuroFood.
He describes himself as a British guy living in France with his Swedish wife. Quite the internationalist, I’d say!
At any rate, I love his recipe for a few reasons.
First, it’s really easy. The ingredients are quinoa flour, water, oil, and salt. It’s beautifully simple.
Second, the video itself is just put together really well. The instructions are really easy to follow. And I could go on. But I won’t.
Now, because Charles is from Europe some of his measurements are different than what Americans are used to.
So -- for example -- he says to use 250 grams of quinoa flour. This would translate into 8.8 ounces for a Yankee like myself.
The recipe also calls for 150 milliliters of hot water. That’s the equivalent of 5 ounces.
Now, some people in the comments section give Charles a hard time about how he pronounces quinoa. We’ve discussed how to pronounce quinoa and some crazy ways that people say quinoa already, so I won’t go into it here.
Suffice it to say -- I like his recipe so much that I don’t really care how he says quinoa.
Here’s one other thing that you might miss if you don’t read the comments section of his video. Charles recommends olive oil in his recipe. But then he says in the comments that any oil will do. He mentions Canola in particular.
So, you’ve seen what’s possible. From quinoa bread in a bread maker to quinoa pizza to quinoa tortilla wraps, you can add quinoa to just about any bread recipe.
But maybe you want to eat the fruit of others’ labors. In other words, you’d rather buy quinoa bread than make it.
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Sep 13, 14 10:05 AM
Quinoa recipes for kids -- nutrition that kids will love!
Aug 29, 14 07:17 AM
These are great hot off the griddle! Even try adding herbs like basil or garlic powder for extra flavor.The chia seeds add nutrition. But if you don't
Aug 27, 14 07:11 AM
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