Finding a fast, satisfying and lip-smackin' good summer breakfast isn't easy, but my taste buds (and zombie morning self) are in heaven with overnight quinoa flakes. To cook, Slate says, "place your washed, toasted quinoa in a pot with a lid and add water (2:1 ratio water to quinoa)," says Slater. We make quinoa “bowls”, topping the quinoa with salsa, avocado, Mexican beef, or fried eggs. The trick to making quinoa palatable is to soak it for at least one hour before cooking, which helps remove any bitterness. Top it with extra dairy-free milk, butter or ghee, and fun things like nuts or seeds, chocolate chips, and raisins! It's easy to prepare and it can be varied in many ways! If any of the options below apply to you Bored of overnight oats Can't eat oats Want a filling yet light breakfast Want to try something new Have leftover quinoa in the fridge None of the above Then this Breakfast Quinoa Yogurt Pot is for you! (You can soak it overnight for an easy morning, too!) It’s a versatile ingredient. We eat it like rice, topped with butter and sometimes naturally fermented soy sauce. I’ll admit that I’ve been too lazy to soak my quinoa at times, and that’s fine for certain savory dishes, but for this sweet and spicy breakfast cereal the soaking step is crucial. I love eating quinoa, especially quinoa that has been soaked. This soaked Instant Pot Quinoa Breakfast Porridge is a gluten-free, grain-free dairy-free breakfast that's easy, digestible, and has just 4 ingredients! Breakfast Quinoa Yogurt Pot - Loaded with all the nutrients you need to kickstart your day! Quinoa is a nutritious, gluten-free pseudo-grain that is delicious. Having quinoa flakes for breakfast is an easy way to start your day off with some vegan protein - not to mention that making porridge with quinoa flakes is an easy way to enjoy "oatmeal" without the oats.