Who doesn't love a good quinoa salad? As the new year approaches, just about all of us want to get back into a healthy eating routine which often means incorporating more nutrient-rich foods into our everyday meals. The great thing about quinoa salad is that it's not only gluten-free, but it also contains important nutrients such as protein, fiber, and plenty of vitamins and minerals. What's not to love? Quinoa is also incredibly filling, so a little goes a long way!
This recipe is seriously amazing! Full of fresh and colorful ingredients and crazy easy to make, sounds like a good deal doesn't it? As with many of our recipes, you can always add and subtract ingredients as you please, so get creative and don't stress if you're missing something.
This salad is so full of good plant-protein! The beans and the quinoa are the stars of the show and make this quinoa salad such a good option for a filling and fresh lunch.
How many times have you told yourself you'll start food prepping on Sunday so you'll follow up with your healthy habits during your super-busy week? Same here! The key to beginning your food prepping journey is to start small and keep it basic. If you decide to make a huge batch of lasagna and a huge batch of muffins, then you will probably feel overwhelmed.
Why not set yourself smaller goals then? Goals that feel attainable and don't involve spending a whole day in the kitchen. Ok, imagine telling yourself you'll cook up some quinoa, steam some broccoli and make a few overnight oats in a jar. Better right? Sometimes less is more. Stick to basics and have the foundations to improvise during the week without stress.
Excited to start your food prepping journey? Let's begin with this quinoa salad!
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