Quick and Easy Rustic Quinoa Bowl made with Tricolor Sprouted Quinoa. Made it for lunch and put it into a pita bread. A Delicious Vegan and Vegetarian meal

This post was originally sponsored by TruRoots. All opinions are my own.

I love sprouted anything!

How about you?

Closeup View of a Quinoa Bowl Filled with Cooked Quinoa, Mushrooms, Sundried Tomatoes, Kale and Walnuts

That includes sprouted mung, sprouted chick peas, sprouted lentils and sprouted bean sprouts.

Now, I have discovered sprouted quinoa and its on top of my favorite sprouted food list.

Before, I would spend hours and days sprouting ingredients.  The process of just sprouting mung beans is about 3 days which is a lot of work.

Lucky for me, I have discovered a wonderful product on the market called truRoots!

Overhead View of TruRoots Sprouted Trio Packet Surrounded

This product, quite literally, changed my life.

I am no longer waiting around for lentils or mung beans to sprout.  That’s 3 days of time I saved.  All I have to do is buy the sprouted product and make a recipe in less than one day!

Sprouted mung beans are huge in Indian cooking, so, all that time saved is totally worth it.

truRoots sprouted products taste just like the ones I make at home, so, all recipes taste just like I sprouted them myself.

I am more than happy to take ALL the credit without doing ANY of the work!

Adding ingredients like sun-dried tomatoes and capers gives this quinoa a delicious flavor. “Quinoa with a tang” is what I like to call it.

Overhead view of Grey Plate Loaded with 4 Bowls. Main Bowl is Filled with Cooked Quinoa and a 1/2 of a Pita Bread on the Side. 3 Smaller Steel Bowls have Parsley, Sundried Tomatoes and Capers

For this post, I choose truRoot’s sprouted trio quinoa because I wanted to make a quinoa bowl recipe that works for lunch at home or to take to work.

I don’t think eating healthy is hard to do because companies like truRoots make it easy for all of us to eat right.  They have organic, whole grain and sprouted products that taste so good that I forget they are good for me.

A Meal Prep Container with 3 Compartments. The Main Compartment is filled with Cooked Quinoa. One Compartment has Cut Pieces of Pita Bread. The Other has Sundried Tomatoes and Walnuts. Quinoa Bowl

I went with a rustic feel to this bowl because it feels more appetizing.  That bowl looks so inviting just looking at it! There is a feel of eating it out in a barn in the company of friends and family.

I really want to try these quinoa in my Quinoa Rollups or my spicy quinoa bowl

Tell me about your favorite sprouted ingredient and what you like to make with it.

Closeup View of a Rustic Bowl Filled with Cooked Quinoa, Mushrooms, Sundried Tomatoes, Kale and Walnuts

Rustic Quinoa Bowl – Vegan

Quinoa bowl made with sprouted tri-colored quinoa and fresh veggies. 
5 from 2 votes
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Total Time 25 minutes
Course Lunch
Cuisine American
Servings 3 people
Calories 393 kcal



  • In a pan, add the oil and heat it for 30 seconds on medium heat
  • Add the onions and garlic.  Let them soften
  • Add the mushrooms and cook until they are soft about 5-7 minutes
  • Add the TruRoots Sprouted Quinoa trio and the water
  • Add all the other ingredients except the walnut, lime juice and fresh parsley
  • Cover the lid and cook for 12 minutes until all the water has dissipated
  • Remove the lid and add the lime juice, walnuts and parsley
  • Serve immediately with Pita bread or put it into meal prep bowls to eat later in the week



Serving: 3cupsCalories: 393kcalCarbohydrates: 52gProtein: 16gFat: 15gSaturated Fat: 1gSodium: 1384mgPotassium: 1184mgFiber: 8gSugar: 5gVitamin A: 4675IUVitamin C: 62.7mgCalcium: 154mgIron: 5.7mg
Keyword sprouted quinoa recipe, vegan quinoa recipes
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