Prep time:

Cooking time: 40 minutes

Total time:

Serves: 4

170g Quinoa

600ml Coconut Milk

2tsp Ground Cinnamon

1tsp Vanilla Extract

4tbsp Almond Butter

6 Medium Plums

100g Coconut Palm Sugar

240ml Water

1 Cinnamon Stick

Raw Honey, for drizzling

Desiccated Coconut, for sprinkling

I get the same question all the time.. quinoa for breakfast? And the answer is YES! It’s so delicious and, just like porridge, it keeps you full for hours and energised throughout your morning. This combination of ingredients packs in the protein as well, due to the combination of quinoa and almond butter. I’ve made it nice and sweet, the healthy way, to get that sweet-tooth fix.

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  • pictures: Yuki Sugiura

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