Quinoa Breakfast Bars

Hi Friends!

I have another hubby-approved breakfast to share with you guys!

Quinoa Breakfast Bars

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These bars come together quickly, especially if you have leftover quinoa in the fridge like I usually do. I used my Healthy Breakfast Bars as a base, but wanted to kick them up a notch!

Here’s the recipe:

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Quinoa Breakfast Bars
 
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A grab 'n go breakfast that's tasty and a cinch to make, without all of the added sugar found in store bought bars.
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Serves: 8-10
Ingredients
  • 1 c whole wheat flour (or chickpea flour to make GF)
  • 2 c cooked quinoa
  • 2 c oats
  • ⅔ c nuts, chopped
  • 1 tsp cinnamon
  • 1 tsp baking soda
  • 2 Tbsp chia seeds
  • ⅔ c peanut butter
  • ½ c honey
  • 2 egg
  • ⅔ c applesauce (or mashed banana)
  • 1tsp vanilla
  • ⅔ c craisins
  • ½ c chocolate chips (optional)
Instructions
  1. Combine applesauce, vanilla, eggs, peanut butter and honey in a small bowl and mix well.
  2. Add the remaining ingredients and stir until just mixed.
  3. Spoon into a greased 9x13 pan and bake at 375 for 20 min or until golden brown.
  4. Let cool and cut into bars.
  5. Store in the refrigerator.

 

I cut these into 8 bars and put each one in a snack size ziploc bag before putting them in the fridge. That way they were ready to go and hubby could just grab a bag on the way out the door to work.

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These quinoa breakfast bars are chewy and delicious- perfect for breakfast or an afternoon snack. They’re packed with protein and fiber and they’re gluten-free  as long as you use GF oats. Plus, they could be made vegan if you used a flax egg! I used pecans in mine but almonds would be good as well.

You can also halve this recipe and make them in an 8×8 pan!

Enjoy!
–Lindsay–

About Lindsay

Lindsay Livingston is a Registered Dietitian from Columbus, Ohio. On her blog, she shares simple, healthy recipes, nutrition tips, workouts and snapshots of her life. Follow her on Twitter @LeanGrnBeanBlog and Instagram @TheLeanGreenBean and be sure to subscribe via RSS or email so you never miss a post!


Comments

  1. I’m just going to come live in your basement and you can cook for me… I want every single recipe you post!!!!
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  2. Yah! Another use for my giant bag of quinoa from Costco!

  3. oooh
    these would be MY hubby approved too.
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  4. (add yer name to shareholic :-))
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  5. As I look down at the plain bowl of oatmeal I’m eating for breakfast now ….

    This looks WAY better!
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  6. These look awesome! I love quinoa but would never think to bake with it!

  7. Love these– going to make them with honey!! Great snacks for work!
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  8. i’m a big fan of quinoa in the morning – and i agree with you, i think my hubby would like these too!

  9. Yum yum. I need to make these when my sister comes for a visit! Definitely pinning this one. Thanks for sharing!
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  10. Is there a healthy sub for brown rice syrup? Sounds delicious, but I don’t exactly own that…
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  11. Yum! Is garbanzo bean powder tough to find? I have a couple of great natural food markets around here, so I’m guessing I might find it there.
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    • i use the bob’s redmill kind and can find it in a few stores…but also check online. or just sub regular flour, or almond flour or oat flour and it should work pretty well!

  12. YUM! Sub for garbanzo bean flour? I’m allergic :-(
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  13. This is just what I needed! I’m doing an 8 hour adventure race next weekend and was looking for a bar recipe. Do you think they will hold together well on a trail?
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  14. mmmmm these look divine!

  15. these look so good! i am working on making some big batches of things to freeze for when the baby arrives..adding these to the list!

  16. Looks awesome! Yum Yum!

  17. These look great and I love that they only make 6! Sometimes my hubby isn’t on the same healthy eating page as I am so the snacks that make 24 will literally take me forever to eat. LOL!
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  18. Becky @ Olives n Wine says:

    Yum! I’m always looking for a healthy, yet filling, easy breakfast! This totally looks like it would fit all of the above.
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  19. I keep on wanting to try quinoa for breakfast, but still haven’t. Thanks so much for this recipe! Now I can make my quinoa breakfast dreams a reality. ;) Hehe.
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  20. I”m so glad you posted this! I have my own Quinoa breakfast recipe and was pretty bummed that it didn’t come out in more of a “bar” consistency. This looks perfect, and I can’t wait to make it! :)

  21. Yum! Pinned and soooo making!
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  22. I must must must show this recipe to my brother’s girlfriend! My brother was just diagnosed with celiac disease and she is having issues figuring out what she can cook for him (or bake)… Well, her questions are now answered with this recipe! Thank you!
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  23. I don’t know how you always come up with such GREAT recipes! Another wonderful one!
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  24. Quinoa and cranberries! Win-win!
    Question, can you make your own garbanzo bean flour? I’ve never seen it in the stores…
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    • i know i tweeted you the answer to this but just in case other people are reading, i buy bob’s red mill and can find it in a couple stores. you can also find it online. and if you can’t, regular flour or almond flour should work!

  25. A busy mother’s dream come true right here!
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  26. when i saw these on instagram, i was smitten. they sound so good! love!!
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  27. Charlotte says:

    Quinoa and cranberries?! Omg what a great mixture. This sounds delicious
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  28. I think this is gets a hands up, I want more approval! Yum!
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  29. I’m making them right now!!! I used real flour instead of gorbanzo flour so well see! I also added chocolate chips too ;)

  30. Looks yummy!
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  31. I made these tonight and they came out so delish! I used honey and flaxseed instead of brown rice syrup and chia. I also used 1/4 cup sunflower seeds and 1/4 cup chopped almonds…aaaaaand maybe some chopped dark chocolate :) Can’t wait to have another one for breakfast!
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  32. These look lush! I will have to give these a try this weekend as I have been looking for a quick breakkie to take on the train. Thanks for sharing!
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  33. A recommended sub for the egg to make these vegan??

  34. Silly question…is it one cup of quinoa before or after it has been cooked? I made these using one cup pre-cooked. The bars were yummy, but holy quinoa!

    • i use one cup of leftover quinoa…so it’s one cup of already cooked quinoa! if it was too much for you you could try cutting back next time and they should still work just fine!

  35. julie rhodes says:

    your bars look delish! i’ve recently been diagnosed w/ type 2 diabetes. are these ok for me to eat? know of any good, SIMPLE cookbooks for small recipes. just me and my mom to cook for. thanks!

  36. I just made these :) Cant wait to taste!

  37. I just made these and they are yummy but I made some substitutions I used millet instead of Oats, and Almond Butter instead of Peanut butter. Finally Maple Syrup (local amber. so good) instead of the brown rice syrup.

  38. I can’t wait to try these. Gonna try raw pumpkin seeds for my daughter and pomegranate craisins.

  39. Jennie G says:

    I have been meaning to make this for a while and finally had a chance this week. I subed the flour with Oat Flour and then used a combo of pumpkin seeds and almonds. The only issue I had was they are very dry and fall apart. The picture doesn’t appear to do that. Did I do something wrong?

    • hmmm i’m not sure! i’ve noticed that when i make them with chickpea flour they are much more crumbly than when i make them with whole wheat flour. i think it’s because they’re gluten free….so you might have had the same issue with the oat flour. i’ve also started using a whole egg instead of just the white.

  40. I have been dreaming about these bars for a while and finally made them (so easy!) and we love them! Two questions, do you put the yolk in (with the rest of the ingredients) or omit it entirely. Also, do you have any idea about the protein content per bar? Thanks!

  41. These look amazing! Just a quick question, is there a non-nut substitute for the peanut butter? I want to make them for my stepmom and me but she’s allergic to nuts :(

  42. Thanks for the recipe, Lindsay! I loved these! I added choco chips and blueberries. Will be making by the dozen from now on!

  43. I forgot to ask in my previous comment..have you ever tried freezing these? I would love to make many at once, but I don’t know if they lose their good consistency when frozen. Alternatively, any suggestions on how long they can be kept in the fridge? Thanks!

  44. Hey Lindsay. Just wanted to update you to let you know that I successfully froze these bars after making a huge batch. I put half in the fridge, and defrosted the others the night before and they were still great for breakfast!

  45. do you happen to know the nutritional breakdown for these?

  46. Kristina S says:

    Thanks for this recipe! I made these yesterday using crunchy PB, pumpkin seeds, and dried cherries (that I got in a foodie pen pal box :) ) and they turned out awesome. I ate one before working out this am and it was a good amount of fuel to get me going but not too much where I got sick while running. You rock Lindsay!

  47. Daria Holcomb says:

    Awesome recipe! I followed it exactly. DH just couldn’t wait for them to cool so we inverted them out of the pyrex dish and cut them up while they were warm. Lots of soft yummy crumbs – next time will let them cool completely to make less of a mess.

  48. Wow, these are sooo good! I batch cooked some things yesterday so I froze all but 2 for this morning. Hubby commented, I can’t believe these are so good for being healthy. I ate mine after my workout and was in LOVE! They are def going to be part of my weekly routine and are coming out of the freezer now. :). Thanks Lindsay.

  49. Hi Lindsay, My teen boys and I always seem to be racing out the door in the morning so I definitely needed a ‘grab-and-go’ breakfast. I have been looking for a recipe for a healthy AND tasty breakfast bar… this is it!! I can’t thank you enough for sharing. The only thing I did differently was cook the quinoa in water and apple juice for a little added sweetness.

  50. How do I print a recipe with out the comments? I do not see a print button.

  51. Saw these on NBC4 today. Will have to try (I am a quinoa newbie!)
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  52. What kind of oats? steel cut? quick cooked oats?

  53. Thanks so much for this recipe! I made them with a flax egg to make it vegan, and the substituted sunflower seeds and sunflower seed butter for the nuts and peanut butter to make it nut-free. They tasted great! I did end up with strange looking dark green splotches, which I think is from the sunflower seed butter reacting with the baking soda, so I’ll try mixing it more thoroughly next time.

    • Thanks for posting your results Jen! I was hoping that someone had tried them with a flax egg to veganize. I am planning to make these soon. :-)

  54. we double the cranberries, use half walnuts and half pecans, and substitute almond butter for the peanut butter — divine.

  55. OMG! I just made up a batch of these and they’re so amazing. I was a bit nervous thinking that they wouldn’t have much flavor, but they really taste great. I used quinoa flour, toasted almonds and goji berries in place of the craisins. So tasty! This is going to be my new afternoon snack!

  56. I was tripling the recipe and totally didn’t triple the honey. I did wind up adding some chocolate chips in, so they do help sweeten it up. They are still good, and we have already ate almost half of what I kept out, as I did freeze a bunch. So next time I make them, I am sure they will be 3x as good! lol

  57. They are so easy to make and I like that they are not too sweet. I didn’t have peanut butter so used almond butter. I also used reduced sugar craisins. This is definitely going into my recipe box.

  58. I have one of the pickiest eaters on the planet, known as my nine year old son. I made these today. I cut off a small slice for everyone to sample before packaging them up. My son reluctantly took the small bit from me and took a bite, then shoveled the rest of the piece into his mouth! He along with everyone in the house loved them! I packaged them up for the week and he has been begging for more. I am now making another batch after dinner so he can have a whole bar. Thanks for sharing your recipes! The Bayne household thanks you !

  59. I love these! I make them on Sunday night and then don’t have to worry about breakfast all week!

    One question, though – Does anyone have a rough idea of the nutritional information for these bars? I know it will vary depending on what you’re making them with, but I’m just curious to see what they might be. Thanks for any help!

  60. Any alternative for the oats? I’m super sensitive and I still can’t have the GF oats. Maybe more quinoa?
    :-/

  61. Angie Waters says:

    Do you have the nutrition facts on this recipe?

  62. Made these yesterday and topped with almond butter.. SOO good for breakfast today. Very filling!!

  63. What is the nutritional information for this?

  64. This is great – these quinoa breakfast bars sound super tasty. I am obsessed with quinoa and have recently replaced it as a morning staple.
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  65. I am eating one of these as we speak and I love them! I used diced up organic gala apple instead of the craisins… these are SO GOOD!

  66. Do you have the nutritionals for this? I put it into a calorie calculator and it came up at 461 calories, 59 carbs, 20 grams of fat and 16 protein. Is this right?

  67. I am not a fan of quinoa, so made these with the quinoa flakes (1/3 cup flakes, 1 cup water, microwave for 2 min) and fell in love with the dough. Next time, going to try these without the egg and baking soda to make them less like a cookie.

  68. Love love love these! My kids and I are alike are huge fans. I tried one version with applesauce, craisins and almonds and another version with bananas, peanuts and a few mini chocolate chips . Both were fabulous!! Thanks for the recipe!

  69. Hello, I made a huge batch of quinoa and have a big batch in the oven now, I made it in a larger 9×13 pan and it seems to be taking a bit longer to cook…

    I charged a few things to make them more a PB and Jam feel subbing jam for apple sauce (sugar free of course) and adding some shredded coconut on top…

    Waiting for them to cool a little , And they are delicious thank you

  70. What is the calorie count for these bars?

  71. Hi Lindsay, I’d like to try making these breakfast bars. However, my fiancé really has an aversion to peanut butter. Do you think Nutella as a substitute would be a good alternative?

    Thank you,

    Marcy

  72. After doing the calorie math, I don’t think this would be a good option for my family, if I were to keep it at 6 bars a batch. It comes out to about 350 calories, which is a whole lot for one person, even if that’s all they were having for breakfast. If it’s cut into 12 bars, it would be closer to 175 which is a little better but you’re not getting much to satisfy. All the ingredients are healthier than the junk companies put into breakfast bars, but again, not sure the calories make it great. I’ll try to make it sparingly though!

    • Totally up to you. I cut into 8 bars and it works great for a breakfast for my husband. That’s all he eats so I don’t consider it to be too many calories…but if it doesn’t work for your family, hopefully you can still enjoy them as an occasional snack!

  73. Woops! I am not spam :) For some reason my link wasn’t working, but I fixed it. Thanks for this recipe, it was super easy, healthy, and yummy!

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  57. […] Quinoa Breakfast Bars from the Lean Green Bean – these guys are fantastic and I’ve gotten everyone hooked on them too. As per A’s request, we put chocolate chips in this weeks batch. […]

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  58. […] on the side, I had a Quinoa Breakfast Bar that I made over the […]

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  60. […] week I made some cabbage rolls from the freezer, a big pot of turkey pasta sauce (and froze half!), Quinoa Breakfast Bars but I made them with brown rice – they were amazing!, and Sweet Potato Bites which to my […]

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  62. […] Hi all! Below is the recipe I used for the quinoa snack/breakfast bars! The original recipe is on this blog here: http://www.theleangreenbean.com/quinoa-breakfast-bars/ […]

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  65. […] going to make some quinoa breakfast bars, which are awesome!  I found the recipe for these here: http://www.theleangreenbean.com/quinoa-breakfast-bars/ I like to use maple syrup and bananas in my version and I don’t always add dried fruit […]

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  66. […] 1/2 minutes and topped with peanut butter, pumpkin seeds and a few chocolate chips. My hubby eats a Quinoa Breakfast Bar every morning for breakfast with his […]

  67. […] and made tuna salad. I also chopped veggies and made guacamole. Then I baked another batch of quinoa breakfast bars for him and a batch of peanut butter banana oat muffins for me, plus some sweet potato bites with […]

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  69. […] also prepped a bunch of food for the trip (of course..) Quinoa Granola Bars (made with brown and wild rice instead of quinoa), potatoes for hash browns, omelette bags, quinoa […]

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  70. […] on Lyndsay’s Quinoa Breakfast Bars from the Lean Green Bean, with my nut-free, buzzy bee, and sweet tooth […]

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