This is the perfect mid-week meal. The key to baking quinoa in the oven is to make sure the liquid is hot before you pour it into the baking dish. Feel free to add any combination of vegetables, such as corn or cherry tomatoes.
So much more than your typical porridge, Brookfarm’s Gluten Free Porrij is a nutritious combination of quinoa and amaranth, organic flaxseed and wholesome brown rice flakes. With sustainably sourced Australian macadamias, almonds and a dash of cinnamon to create a truly delicious gluten free porridge, to help power your day.
This nutritious and complex gluten free porridge is still handmade from a recipe created in the Byron Bay kitchen of the Brook family home, straight to yours. High in supergrains, yet low in sugar and ready in 90 seconds or great for Bircher, topped with in season fruit or yogurt. The choice is yours!
A supercharged, colourful starter (or main) that is sure to start your Christmas with a bang! A perfect Christmas table pick.
Using the ancient grains of Quinoa, Chia, Teff and Linseeds, our wraps are packed with nutrients and fibre and taste absolutely brilliant. They’re also a great source of Protein! BFree Quinoa & Chia Seed Wraps was a finalist of the Best Sandwich Alternative Category in the 2021 Healthy Food Guide Awards! Perfect for lunch on the go or as a tasty pizza base, these wraps are so versatile and so tasty you won’t believe they’re not wheat!
Green beans are full of energy boosting B vitamins, including folate, which is particularly important for expectant mums for protection against neural tube defects like spina bifida
Adding the superfoods to your salad makes a huge difference to your nutritional intake. Foods like walnuts and cashews are packed with goodness and add great texture either as whole nuts or as a blended creamy dressing.
This salad is packed full of protein and also rich in magnesium, B vitamins, potassium and calcium. Make sure you use day-old cooked quinoa for this recipe.
Sweet potatoes are loaded with minerals, beta-carotene, vitamin C and vitamin B6. They are also great in a summery salad combined with fellow superfoods quinoa, avocado and leafy greens.
This cake is gluten-, dairy- and nut-free and still delicious enough to serve as a celebration dessert. The secret? Cooked quinoa.
These croquettes are perfect for a light, wholesome meal and keep well for lunches the next day.
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