GoGo Quinoa Royal Quinoa Puffed
180 g
This cereal is obtained by exposing quinoa grains to a very high temperature in a pressure oven, causing them to pop! Puffed quinoa can be enjoyed with some milk for a quick breakfast, added to yogurt, used in homemade cereal bars and even in salads for a special crunchy and nutritious touch.

Organic quinoa. May contain traces of nuts.

Please note: while undergoing packaging changes, you may receive the old packaging.

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Ada: a few months ago

Quinoa is one of my favourite grains. I had never tried it puffed like this and it's great to add to baking or to granola bars.

Mrs. E: a few months ago

My family doesn't eat grain, so quinoa (a seed) is a great option. It's nice to have a quick cereal for a snack. Add honey or maple syrup on top and it tastes a bit like sugar crisp !

Shari: a few months ago

Love this product. Love it just as a cereal. I have a lot of sensitivities and I can't even eat rice more than 1 day in a row. But I can have quinoa whenever.
Not just for cereal if : can be substituted for rice puffs.
If you are super-sentitive like me, q-puffs can also be used in place of crackers on top of soup & chili: I kind of missed crackers. Chili is especially good with qpuffs sprinkled on top, at least the way I make it.

Leona: a few months ago

Love this product. The neutral flavor and low-fat low-sodium mean it can be used in so many ways. I combine it with other neutral cereals to make my own cereal mix. Use it in homemade protein bars, granola, and a protein/fiber filler in other baking/cooking. Add a little fruit, maple syrup or honey.

Amanda: about a year ago

Not great as a regular cereal substitute - flavourless and not very filling. But no added sugar and can be used for other gluten/dairy/egg free uses (blitz to make breading, use to bind meatballs, etc).

Jeff: about a year ago

Love this stuff. GREAT for thickening soups and making gravy (using a stick blender or food processor) and no gluten, just fiber and protein!

Jean: about a year ago

This is amazing for home-made granola bars.

Cheryl: more than a year ago

Great. Pretty much without flavor so takes on whatever it is baked with. Makes baking crunchier than regular quinoa. Protein and fiber makes it a nice addition to a breakfast bar and it is a great way to go meatless for a meal.

Kristi: more than a year ago

yummy nuttier taste but similar to puffed wheat because of the process with the puffing i guess. Its good and my kids like it. I feel good giving it to them because no added sugar and BHT or any thing else just quinoa :) great stuff

Emily: more than a year ago

I love how simple this cereal is -- just puffed quinoa! No suger, no gluten, no nothing. Just make sure to add fresh berries, dried coconut, or some nuts and seeds to it. Otherwise it'll taste pretty boring.

It's not always fun cleaning up your diet, but this cereal at least makes it convenient!

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