Quinoa Veggie Mix

Rice out, quinoa in. Try this Quinoa Veggie Mix instead of a rice based stir-fry. Before you stop reading and say “I don’t like quinoa”, let me just say that I am not a huge fan of quinoa, and I thought this was delicious! Quinoa packs in lots of protein and fiber to fill you up, so it is a great alternative to nutrient-poor rice.


The vegetables used in this recipe are some of my favorites but feel free to add any other veggies you may like. The first time I made this recipe, I was startled by the amount of veggies it called for. It seemed like I had mounds of vegetables and little quinoa. Turns out the recipe amounts were just right, so don’t hesitate if it seems like you are cutting lots of veggies.

Quinoa Veggie Mix ntrn facts

The approximate* nutrition facts of one serving are shown here for the ingredients on the recipe. The quinoa I used is Village Harvest Premium Whole Grain Quinoa (pictured here). It is very easy and takes about 20 minutes to cook.


If you want this recipe to have a more “fried rice” feel, you can mix in 3-4 tablespoons of soy sauce at the very end.

Quinoa Veggie Mix

*Nutrition facts will change depending on the brand and exact amounts of ingredients used.

Black Bean Burrito

Hola! In the mood for some Mexican food? This black bean burrito recipe is delish! It is also one of the easiest recipes I have made; it takes less than 10 minutes and uses few dishes.

Black Beans are a great source of protein and fiber to keep you full throughout the day. The approximate* nutrition facts for one serving are shown here. They include all ingredients excluding the optional ingredients listed on the recipe.

Black Bean BurritoBlack Bean Burrito ntrn facts

My favorite way to enjoy this Mexican feast is using lettuce leaves as the burrito wrap and adding some guacamole (which is a great healthy fat).

Hope you enjoy!

Black Bean Burrito

*Nutrition facts will vary depending on the brand and amount of ingredients used for this recipe.