Snickerdoodle Quinoa Flake Bake

I asked my followers on Facebook a couple of weeks ago what quinoa flake bake flavor I should come up with next.

Although there was a strong following for carrot cake at first, snickerdoodle ended up sliding into first base.

A couple of tries later and I successfully landed on a cake that was perfectly sweet, dense, but not too hard, and resembled a cookie. Booya!

Then I made it for myself 6 additional times just to be sure.

It’s all about quality control, folks.

;)


Snickerdoodle Quinoa Flake Bake
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Recipe type: Gluten free, Dairy free, Refined sugar free, Yeast free, Corn free
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Serves: 1 serving
 
A snickerdoodle inspired breakfast cake that’s high in protein and fiber. Best enjoyed with a hot cup of tea and topped with crushed flax and blueberries. Inspired by my Quinoa Flake Bakes
Ingredients
Dry
Wet
  • 2 large eggs, at room temperature
  • 1 tablespoon non-dairy milk
  • 1 tablespoon extra virgin coconut oil
  • 1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
Topping:
Instructions
  1. Prepare a 16oz. microwave/oven safe dish by oiling with a dab of coconut oil. Set aside. Drop all ingredients except cinnamon sugar topping in a small bowl and mix until fully incorporated. Press mixture into prepare dish and even out with fork. Sprinkle cinnamon sugar over top.
  2. Microwave option: Place in the microwave and cook on level 6 power for 3-4 minutes. You’ll know when it’s done when it rises slightly, is harder to the touch, and pulls away from the sides of the dish. Don’t bake it too long, or you’ll have a Frisbee!
  3. Oven option: Place in a preheated oven at 350F and bake for 25-30 minutes, or until toothpick inserted comes out clean.
  4. Allow to rest for 1 minute before tipping over onto a plate and smothering with your favorite toppings.

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The sprinkled flax you’re seeing is crushed flax from Omega Crunch. They naturally separate the shell from the germ of the flax seed making the omega-3 oils readily available. Whereas when you eat whole flax seed, there’s not much omega-3 absorption going on. This is unless the flax seed is ground, but who can snack on a bowl of ground flax seed? blah

Their product is so good you can eat it straight out of the container, something I do every night before bed.

I just ordered a 2kg tub of their maple flax last week and can’t wait for it to arrive. $10 says it’ll be gone in less than a month.

Another product I have to chat about are Goody’s new(ish) spin pins. Have you tried them?

I have really layered hair so there are a couple of pieces that just don’t fit into a bun naturally, but holy moly does this product work! I managed to keep this bun in my hair all day long and it didn’t budge.

Spin pins and my bumpit – you may laugh, but I love that darn thing – make my morning hair routine a 2 minute event.

Ta-ta from the girl with an awesome updo… on a Tuesday!

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  1. I tried this for breakfast this morning, but wanted to cut back on some of the calories, so I used 1/2 of the oil, subbed 2 egg whites for the eggs, and added another tbsp of almond milk. It had a good flavor, but was very dry. I know coconut flour needs a lot of moisture, would you suggest using 3 egg whites or adding more almond milk?

    • Hi Stacy – next time you make it, try subbing out half the oil for apple sauce. I’ve had some success with that in my coconut flour recipe trials. Good luck!

  2. Hi, Leanne!
    I haven’t really seen quinoa flakes around but I have seen quinoa flour. Are they the same?

    • Hi Linda! They are not the same. But if you’re not sensitive to oats, you can use rolled oats instead. :)

  3. I am currently enjoying your snickerdoodle bake! It’s awesome and the wheels are already turning in my head about variations. I can see why you love them. I added a little pumpkin pie spice to mine and it’s great!

    p.s. I’m in love with your blog :)

    • mmm pumpkin pie spice? I have to give that a try next time. Can’t wait to hear what variations you come up with :)

  4. Looks fantastic dear! Now, correct me if I’m wrong (as I haven’t looked at the product in at least a year) but is omega crunch not a toasted flax seed product? Therefore not a terribly wonderful product…? I’ve seen it refrigerated at Planet Organic (Edmonton) in past, but the company does claim (I believe) that it is shelf stable & I’ve seen it sold at room temp. Any thoughts?

    P.S. I’ve only heard great things about the spinpins, I really should go out & get some!

    • Hi Kristin! I contacted the company for you this morning and here was their response: “We cannot tell you the exact temperature, but it is roasted at a low temperature. The oils are not compromised at our temperature. Here is a good report on flax and heat too: http://www.flaxcouncil.ca/english/pdf/stor.pdf
      I feel that it’s a safer than many other flax products and for me personally, the good outweighs the bad.

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