- 3/4 cup quinoa (rinsed and drained)
- 1/4 cup water
- 1/2 teaspoon sea salt
- 1 teaspoon baking powder
- 1 tablespoon oil (I've used both coconut and olive with great results. Be sure the coconut oil is melted if you choose to use it.)
PER SERVING *
|Calories100Calories from Fat35|
|% DAILY VALUE*|
|Calories from Fat35|
|% DAILY VALUE*|
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
W 5 Sep
So amazing and crunchy
Phoenix Richards 2 Sep
Definitely making again!
Step 18 Apr
Didn’t really taste of anything , used it as a side dish to a vegetarian curry. Mine came out quite soft very nice texture slightly harder than a pancake I also make this with quinoa flakes, oats and chia seeds as I find quinoa expensive and didn’t want to use to much Additionally, I put every thing in the blender and saved 8 hours with the flakes.
Kris Serne 29 Mar
Awesome!! And I cook it longer to make it crispy.
Alice 14 Mar
AMAZING! Crunchy outside, slightly chewy middle, perfect!
Magela Lazo 7 Feb
Great!! Wouldn’t change a thing
edyta 4 Feb
really good it was amazing to make it was yummy and everybody liked it
Tarah L. 11 Jan
Was as good as promised! Used olive oil and topped with homemade tomato sauce with fresh mozzarella and Roma tomatoes. This will be a weekly favorite!!
Khadíjah Adanamís 7 Jan
amazing, i would love to nake it again
Laura F. 26 Dec 2017
I have enjoyed everything that I have made from you site. I visit it often
josh 20 Dec 2017
Very good recipies and I would recommend it to everyone i know smily face smily face
Paula Do Lago 22 Oct 2017
Amazing!! Love this recipe, super easy, fast and very very tasty!
Hala G. 16 Oct 2017
P 9 Oct 2017
Works very well, now in rotation
Songin 4 Oct 2017
great definitley something to try again
Lara 2 Sep 2017
Simple to make, though neither husband nor kids liked it. I found it surprisingly tasty and will likely make again to use as a flatbread with veggies, hummus, etc. Like another reviewer mentioned, a bullet-style blender works in place of a food processor.
Belinda Crenshaw 31 Jul 2017
I made a white pizza with this crust and it was wonderful!
PurpleButterfly 20 Mar 2017
Excellent recipe! It's just like real bread. I will make this again! It's very fast and easy to put together.
Marissa J. 9 Dec 2016
This pizza turned out ALOT better then I expected! It had the perfect texture and held up super well; it was crispy and super delicious. Topped with a homemade Greek yogurt pesto, Parmesan cheese, arugula, caramelized onions, and goat cheese. If you like quinoa, you'll love this!
Yasmine A. 29 Nov 2016
sandy texture, not pleasant to eat. does not hold up well at all, woukd not recommend! calling it a pizza is a shame to pizza!
Para S. 1 Jul 2016
I loved the crust! It was delicious and easy to make. It came out of the oven perfectly. I will definitely make this again.
Andromachi Z. 22 May 2016
simply U N B E L I E V A B L E !!!! Easy to prepare, leaves a feeling of fulfillment after you taste it!
Juliet B. 30 Apr 2016
I was really surprised at how well it turned out. I will definitely be doing his again. I didn't use parchment paper so it was a bit difficult to flip and instead of using a food processor I used a "bullet" which worked out perfectly.
Marie H. 17 Feb 2016
So happy with the result! I baked it in a casserole pan & it held together beautifully! Will make again and try to flatten it out some more.
Tessa K. 11 Feb 2016
Firstly, the quinoa I soaked did not absorb enough water even with it soaked for nearly 24 hours and was very difficult for my cuisenart to make into any semblance of a proper batter. Perhaps because I only had red quinoa available, maybe it was stale, I don't know. Also don't use a round cake pan, not with that much batter. Follow her second video and put it in a much larger pan to get a thinner and crispier crust. It tastes much better that way