More of a guideline rather than a rule... This is a recipe you can play with to get the tastes and textures you like.

Recipe Directions

Mash the banana well, add in your sweetener(s), and fruit(s), pour mixture over sprouted quinoa. Stir well.
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More of a guideline rather than a rule...
This is a recipe you can play with to get the tastes and textures you like.

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Sweet Adeline's Review

Sprouted Quinoa Breakfast
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5 out of 5

just made it. it's wonderful but whatever you do, don't put too many figs in it like i did!

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i am totally trying this tonight. i'll probably use dried figs. super excited!

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barbarads's Review

Sprouted Quinoa Breakfast
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THIS WA S AWESOME! Thanks. I had just sprouted some Quinoa and was wondering what else I could do with it.
I altered a little. I used a few raisins, chopped apples and topped with chopped raw cashews. It was seriously fabulous! I am going to make this for a breakfast XMAS party for unsuspecting, non-raw food eaters. Great idea!

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sv3's Review

Sprouted Quinoa Breakfast
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I havent used quinoa yet in a sweet dish so think I'll have to give this a go. Looks good.

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RawNaturale's Review

Sprouted Quinoa Breakfast
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4 out of 5

I tried this this morning. Was really good, though I don't think I needed the agave. I think I'll try it again tomorrow with goji berries... of course, then it might need the sweetness.

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