Quinoa Flakes

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USDA Organic Gluten free Vegan Non-GMO
  • GOOD PROTEIN CONTENT: Their richness of essential nutrients makes them a quick and easy option for a wholesome meal.
  • PREMIUM QUINOA FLAKES: Vegan, Organic, Gluten-Free & Non-GMO.
  • GROWN IN THEIR PLACE OF ORIGIN, the Peruvian Andes, and sourced directly from farmers.
  • EASY TO USE: They are a great nutritional addition to yogurt & cereal, granola & muesli, baked & non-baked goods, and more!


Organic & Pure Superfood

Our finest quality quinoa is harvested from high altitudes in the Peruvian Andes, its place of origin. The region's prominent rich soils and subtropical climate create ideal conditions for its growth.

A Quick & Easy Option for a Wholesome Meal

By undergoing minimal processing, which only consists of rolling raw quinoa seeds, we are able to preserve their nutritional characteristics and obtain versatile and appetizing flakes.

A great addition to your active lifestyle!


HerbaZest Quinoa Flakes are not only nutritious, but also a quick and easy-to-use option for a wholesome meal. Because of their mild flavor and pleasant texture, they can be easily added to one's daily routine in a variety of meals, such as:

  • Yogurt & cereal
  • Granola & muesli
  • Baked & non-baked goods
  • Smoothies & juices

Customer Reviews

Based on 67 reviews
Julie Diane

Cooks quickly like oatmeal in the microwave. Although I occasionally cook quinoa as a breakfast cereal, I prefer these flakes.

yoseph bey
Great Product

Product is Good, 2nd time ordering

Jan C
Great protein for my home made granola!

It is hard to find quinoa flakes so glad Amazon carries it. I only use it for granola. It is a cereal and can be cooked on the stove top, but it is too mushy for me.

Digital Donkey
The Breakfast of Champions and Health Gurus Alike

Quinoa Flakes Organic not just a mouthful to say but a delightful mouthful to savor. These tiny, unassuming flakes are like the Clark Kent of superfoods. You might overlook them on a grocery shelf, but once they're part of your breakfast routine, they reveal their superhero status. These are the flakes that could probably out-bench-press your regular cereal. Let's cut to the chase: taste. These quinoa flakes have a subtle, nutty flavor that's more understated elegance than in-your-face flamboyance. They're the kind of breakfast that whispers sweet nothings of health and vitality as you eat them. Add them to hot water or milk, and they transform into a comforting porridge that hugs you from the inside. Perfect for those mornings when you need a little extra TLC before facing the world. Nutrient-rich? Oh, absolutely. It's like someone took all the good things from the health food world and compressed them into flake form. High in protein, full of fiber, and rich in essential amino acids it's like a multivitamin decided to reinvent itself as a breakfast food. These flakes are so wholesome, they could probably do your taxes and walk your dog. The convenience factor is off the charts. These quinoa flakes cook faster than you can say 'superfood'. In just a few minutes, you've got a meal that's ready to power you through the day. It's the culinary equivalent of a quick-change artist, perfect for those who don't have the time to simmer their aspirations along with their breakfast. And let's not forget the versatility. They play well with others fruits, nuts, honey, or even a dollop of yogurt. They're the ideal base for whatever culinary masterpieces (or last-minute thrown-together meals) you want to create. TL;DR: Quinoa Flakes Organic are the unassuming heroes of the breakfast world. Nutritious, delicious, and quicker than a speeding bullet, they're ready to elevate your morning routine to stratospheric levels of health and efficiency.

Wonderful in hot cereal mix

I enjoy quinoa flakes once in awhile in a hot cereal mix I make. They taste best when toasted in the oven first, otherwise they taste a bit green. Toasting the quinoa gives more depth of flavor and takes away the green taste. Toasted quino flakes work well as a substitute in oatmeal cookies too!