Quinoa pudding (only 4 ingredients)

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Preparing healthy plant based recipes is easier than people think. Today I was in a huge rush to get off to the gym, but opened my fridge and grabbed some leftover quinoa to throw together a pudding.

Yesterday I didn’t have any non dairy milk left ( yeah it’s so easy to prepare healthy foods I figure out how to do it with barely anything in my house) so I made an almond milk with the last tablespoon of almond butter I had.

So this morning I looked in my fridge and thought hmm I’ve never tried rice pudding before, but I’d like to make a quinoa version.

So with 4 ingredients I put my food prep skills to work and voila easy homemade protein packed healthy quick breakfast.

Quinoa pudding

1/2 cup cooked quinoa
1/4 cup almond milk
2 tablespoons date sugar
Nutmeg

I prepared the quinoa yesterday and used what was left over for this recipe. I advise you to rinse your quinoa prior to cooking to clean it. Prepare quinoa as directions on package.

Seeing I try to limit my dishes I prepared this all in the serving glass, seriously go green use less water for dishes and quicker clean up time 🙂

Mix all the ingredients together top with nutmeg or you could do cinnamon or pumpkin spice.

Quick lazy almond milk recipe ( because you never know when you’ll be out of milk, but have a fresh nut butter to save the day)

1 tablespoon almond butter
1 cup water
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
Blend in high speed blender and bam instant no nut bag almond milk.

I’ve noticed fresh almond milks only last for a few days so I make small batches.

Enjoy!

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