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Organic puffed quinoa 600 g


£15.00* per 1 kg

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  • Lightly puffed quinoa
  • From organic farming
  • Vegan
  • A light and crunchy topping for your muesli or bowl
  • 600 g value pack
Quality: Organic puffed quinoa 600 g
Variety: Organic puffed quinoa 600 g

Available, delivery time 6-7 days

BBD: 30.05.2023

Buy now: Organic puffed quinoa 600 g

Poof poof poof poof

I want you in my bowl

Let’s spend the meal together

From now until forever!

Yes, we have actually written a love song for our puffed quinoa! And there's a reason for it: puffed quinoa is a real all round talent for your dishes. The fluffy puffed grain is vegan and is usually consumed raw, as an airy and crunchy topping on your muesli or bowl. A great complement or substitute to your conventional muesli and granola!

Puffed quinoa – what is that?

Quinoa is a very old crop and is a pseudo-cereal, just like amaranth. It has been grown for over 5000 years in the heights of the Andes and is a staple food over there. After arriving in South America, Spanish colonialists considered the "Inka wheat" as food for the lower classes, which is why it only rose to fame in Europe over the past few decades. Puffed quinoa could be considered the popcorn of the Incas. It is made with a lot of pressure and heat. This version of the gran is airy and light and is a great as a topping or as a base for sweet dishes. 

Recipe for quinoa pops

Puffed quinoa is a dream ingredient for all those with a sweet tooth. How about a nut and seed treat with quinoa? Make our nut clusters! Or some protein, with our crispy soy bites? You can also use the quinoa as a fluffy topping on your açaí smoothie bowl or a quinoa cashew porridge. We also like to use the quinoa as an ingredient in our treats, for example in our organic chocolate shards with blueberries and quinoa and the organic whole grain rice cakes with 7 seeds

Buy KoRo's puffed quinoa

You need variety in your diet? Then treat yourself to a few quinoa pops in your next meal and enjoy the crunchy, light grain with lots of valuable fibre. The 'popcorn of the Incas' has been delicious in dishes for thousands of years and will soon be enhancing your favourite dishes too. Buy puffed quinoa from KoRo now and soon you'll be singing the quinoa love song in a duet with us!

Average nutritional values per 100 g
Calorific value (in kj/kcal) 1561 /  369
Fat 4.1 g
thereof saturated fatty acids 0.5 g
Carbohydrates 71 g
thereof sugar 1.7 g
Dietary fiber 5.9 g
Protein 9.1 g
Salt 0.01 g
Product number: QUI_011
Origin Peru, Bolivia (Plurinational State of), Ecuador
Origin (Processing) Poland
Organic Origin Nicht-EU-Landwirtschaft
Content 0.6 kg
Manufacturer KoRo
EAN/GTIN 4260335838662
Data sheet Specification
Organic control body & Organic origin
Nutrition traces Nutrition traces
Shipping Delivery time outside of Germany
Company KoRo Handels GmbH
Hauptstraße 26, 10827 Berlin
Storage Advice Store in a cool and dry place, away from heat
Ingredients 100 % puffed quinoa* *from organic farming
Cross contamination May contain traces of GLUTEN.
Best before date 30.05.2023
Trade Name Organic puffed quinoa
Press & Resellers Download cropped photo
Questions & answers: Organic puffed quinoa 600 g
Our puffed quinoa comes per 100 g to 369 calories. All nutrients can of course also be found in the nutritional table next to or below the product description.
Quinoa is a very old crop and a pseudocereal. The plant has been cultivated in the highlands of the Andes for more than 5,000 years and is considered a staple food there. Puffed quinoa is virtually the 'popcorn of the Incas' and is created under a lot of pressure and heat. The puffed version of the grain is light and airy and therefore great as a topping and in (sweet) recipes.
A healthy lifestyle focuses on a balanced and varied diet. Our Quinoa Pops score especially as a delicious, light and airy topping on your yogurt and can also be used, for example, as a substitute for conventional, usually additionally sweetened granola.
White quinoa is the most common and is usually cheaper than other varieties. The taste is slightly nutty. Red quinoa tastes quite similar, but is a bit firmer to the bite and has a minimally longer cooking time. Red quinoa, similar to the black version, also takes a bit longer to cook. Because it holds its shape and looks pretty, you're best off using it as a highlight for salads. Puffed quinoa is also known as the popcorn of the Incas and looks great in your breakfast.
We have many recipes with puffed quinoa for you on our site. Just click on 'blog posts' in the tab and browse through a number of delicious ideas: There are for example our Nutclusters, or the Soy Crispy Bites. Of course, you can also use quinoa as a crunchy light topping on your smoothie bowl with acai or the Quinoa Cashew Porridge. We have also used the grain, for example, as an ingredient in our organic broken chocola bitter blueberry quinoa and organic whole rice wafers with 7 seeds.
Quinoa has a nutty, mild flavor that is particularly versatile in sweet dishes.
Quinoa belongs to the group of so-called "pseudocereals" and is therefore naturally gluten-free. However, since quinoa comes into contact with machines that process other gluten-containing foods during the manufacturing process, it may contain traces of gluten.
Just like amaranth, quinoa is grown exclusively in Central and South America. There it is a very old crop. More than 95% of world production comes from Peru, Bolivia and Ecuador.

Varieties & Origin

White quinoa

Nowadays, white quinoa is the most common variety. Thanks to its gentle nutty taste, this grain can be combined with both savoury and sweet dishes.

Cultivation by country in tons
Country Tons
Bolivien 71000
Peru 86000
Ecuador 2100
Chile 1100
Deutschland 7000

In 2018, more than 250,000 tons of quinoa were produced worldwide, and the market for quinoa is constantly growing. 95% of global production comes from Bolivia, Peru and Ecuador. The quinoa grain originates from the Andes, and it was a staple food of the Incas. Quinoa belongs to the Amaranthaceae family and is therefore gluten-free. Moreover, this pseudo grain is rich in protein, as well as unsaturated fatty acids and minerals.


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87 Reviews

Barbara M.  | 28.06.2022

Very tasty.

Super taste.

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Myriam V.  | 24.06.2022


Excellent quality , smells and tastes great, very good value for money.I highly recommend

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SIMONETTA R.  | 22.06.2022

Excellent value for money

Already ordered in the past this Puffed Quinoa is great and has a very tempting price! Perfect in my morning cereal mix and also in yogurt

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Sanaz N.  | 21.06.2022

Tastes very good....

Just right for my yogurt or cottage cheese. Tastes very good.....

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Petra B.  | 24.04.2022

As an ingredient for morning cereal, puffed organic quinoa is indispensable for me.

The quality is super.

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Anonymous  | 18.02.2022

They are super delicious in cereal! However

They are super tasty in the muesli! However, I have to look at what you could still use them so ;)

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Anonymous  | 09.02.2022

Price performance fits

Price performance fits

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Anonymous  | 30.01.2022

Delicious and healthy

For pancakes, muesli, yogurt and Co, but also for baking, simply universally applicable.

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