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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Matthew: a couple of weeks ago

Think puffed wheat. That's the texture. It's been so long since I was able to eat wheat that I can't say how different the taste is. But anything you would do with puffed wheat, you can do with this. And it is good to add into GF flour mixes.

Rachel: a few months ago

Thought these would be crunchier as I was going to use them as a salad topper. So in that way there were a bit disappointing. Going to try to see if I can toast them in the oven to make them less squishy (think individual particles that make up larger pieces of styrofoam). Taste is kinda bland but would be a good starting point to add seasonings to or to add to granola or baked items if they would crisp up

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: about a year 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: about a year 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: more than 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: more than 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.

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