Per 138 g contains
of an adult's recommended intake.
Typical energy values per 100g: 1649kj/395kcal
NutritionistReviewed by Rose Constantine Smith
This wholesome breakfast bowl can be prepared the night before, chilled in the fridge and grabbed in the morning for a great on-the-go gluten-free brekky!
It can be tricky to incorporate whole grains into breakfast which are suitable for coeliacs, but this breakfast option solves the problem. The combination of quinoa and buckwheat provides fibre and protein to help you feel fuller for longer, whilst the addition of seeds provides healthy unsaturated fats. Zesty orange and fragrant coconut bring it to life too - not a boring breakfast by any means!
|Typical Values||per 100g||per 138g serving|
|Energy ||395 kcal |
|545 kcal |
of which saturates
|19 g |
|26 g |
of which sugars
|41.8 g |
|58 g |
|Fibre||8.1 g ||11 g |
|Protein||10 g ||13.8 g |
|Salt||0 g ||0 g |
Among the least allergenic of all grains making it a great 'wheat-free' choice. It also provides twice the amount of protein of rice or barley and contributes useful levels of several B vtiamins, vitamin E and fibre.
Another good source of protein, containing all the essential amino acids as well as being an excellent source of important minerals manganese and magnesium.
A dairy-free milk alternative which is low in calories and a source of calcium and vitamin D (choose a fortified version such as Alpro®).
Both pumpkin and sunflower seeds are excellent sources of unsaturated fats, protein and fibre. Pumpkin seeds also provide zinc and magnesium whilst sunflower seeds provide vitamin E.
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