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The nutty flavor of quinoa blends so well with the sweetness of the fresh peaches and blueberries, you’ll wonder why you haven’t done this sooner! Quinoa and fruit breakfast bowls are a very simple yet energizing and tasty way to start your day. 

two quinoa and fruit breakfast bowls, blueberries and peaches and quinoa is arranged in rows, 2 spoons off to the side, a few blueberries and peach slices on the table and a honey dipper

I grew up eating cereal. My kids eat cereal. Cereal is super convenient and easy and even a kindergartner can make their own breakfast.

But I have to say, as an adult, while it tastes good, I don’t find much nutrition in the ones that are out there. And, if they look like they have nutrition, they’re also loaded with sugar.

So, sugar = not good for you, and cereal, it just doesn’t stay with me. I’m hungry an hour later. Enter Quinoa and fruit breakfast bowls. If you’re looking for a more savory option, try these quinoa breakfast bowls.

white bowl, spoons, quart of blueberries, cup of red and regular quinoa, a half of peach and some peach slices, a jar of milk

Quinoa and Fruit Breakfast Bowls

Quinoa, pronounced keen-wha, is a whole grain seed that is rich in amino acids, which makes it a great source of protein. Some people would say it’s a bit like brown rice crossed with oatmeal.

I just say it’s yum. 😀 It has a nutty flavor to it, and the texture is like a smaller version of rice. I love the nutty flavor mixed with the sweetness of the fruit.

a hand holding a honey dipper over a bowl of blueberries, peaches, and quinoa, which is arranged in rows.

Quinoa is super versatile. I’ve had it in muffins, try these! It’s a great substitute for rice or couscous.

I like to make the quinoa ahead of time, which takes maybe 15 minutes total, and then it’s just as easy of a breakfast to put together as cereal, or any other quick breakfast.

Add a splash of milk or your favorite milk alternative, and you have yourself a breakfast that tastes good, is good for you, and ready in minutes.

a hand pouring milk over a bowl of blueberries, peaches, and quinoa. another bowl in the back ground, a few sliced peaches on the table and a honey dipper

Your welcome.

Other Fruit combinations for Quinoa and Fruit Breakfast Bowls:

  • strawberries & bananas
  • blueberries & raspberries
  • peaches & cherries
  • pineapple & mango (add some coconut too)
  • oranges & kiwi
  • pears & dried cranberries
  • apples & grapes (or raisins, add some cinnamon)
a spoon with quinoa, blueberries, a peach and milk being held above a bowl of quinoa and fruit and milk

Other ways to enjoy quinoa:

quinoa blueberries and peaches in a shallow white bowl, a row of each.

I admit the idea that eating quinoa in the morning was a new idea. But now I’m in love with these quinoa and fruit breakfast bowls! Let me know how you like it!



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quinoa blueberries and peaches in a shallow white bowl, a row of each.

Quinoa and Fruit Breakfast Bowls

The nutty taste of quinoa is the perfect compliment to the sweetness of the fruit. 
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Course: Breakfast
Cuisine: American
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 0 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes
Servings: 1
Calories: 221kcal


  • 1/2 cup cooked quinoa
  • 1/2 cup blueberries
  • 1/2 cup sliced peaches
  • 1/2 cup Almond Milk
  • 1 tsp honey


  • Place all ingredients in a bowl, enjoy


Use any combination of fruit.
Milk, or any milk alternative can be substituted for the Almond milk.


Calories: 221kcal | Carbohydrates: 44g | Protein: 5g | Fat: 3g | Sodium: 170mg | Potassium: 362mg | Fiber: 5g | Sugar: 20g | Vitamin A: 250IU | Vitamin C: 12.3mg | Calcium: 166mg | Iron: 1.8mg
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