Baking with quinoa flour can be easy and delicious. Quinoa is considered a grass/seed, not a grain but is technically a chenopod, like beets, spinach and tumbleweeds. That’s why it so nutritious and has a light, nutty flavor. I love it. It also comes in several forms, including the whole grain, flour, puffs and flakes and several different colors. It can be difficult to find good quinoa flour recipes, so we’ve come up with some of the best quinoa recipes. We’ve looked hard to find gluten-free quinoa flour recipes so please let us know if any of them are not gluten free.
For purchasing or making quinoa flour, there are several options. Please read these articles for more information – Where to Buy Quinoa Flour Online and How to Make Quinoa Flour and Take Out the Bitter Taste. For more quinoa recipes on our blog, please read our post on quinoa dessert recipes.
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