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Vegetable Quinoa Spring Rolls

Relish in the ultimate crispy spring rolls with the healthy quinoa twist. Vegetable quinoa spring rolls are a protein-packed vegetarian meal!

I know it's been a while since I posted a new recipe, but there have been some very exciting things happening around here.

For one, I'm working on a new ebook! The book will be jam-packed with delightful quinoa recipes (75 brand, spankin' new, never-before-been-seen ones!) and I know you'll just love it. I'm pumped. The book will be out in the next few weeks, and subscribers will get the first sneak peek (plus a little discount). Pre-sales will be happening the week before launch, so sign up now and make sure to get your hands on your copy before everyone else 🙂

Second, this happened…

Trevi - First Day Home
Miss Trevi

And my life has been changed forever. You don't think that having a puppy will turn your life upside down, but it kind of does! I have to watch her constantly, take her out all the time, always teaching her good habits. I did my homework before picking her up, read a couple of puppy books, and still the moment she came into our home, I felt a little lost.

We're getting into the swing of things, but she definitely is taking up a big part of my attention!

So, cooking and blogging has been kind of on the back burner. But I'm getting back into the swing of things and you can expect to have more quinoa recipes coming your way soon.

For now, I hope you enjoy these Vegetable Quinoa Spring Roles. And don't forget to sign up to get the pre-sale discount on my upcoming ebook!

Vegetable Quinoa Spring Rolls

5 from 2 votes
Packed with vegetable goodness
author: Alyssa
yield: 10 Spring rolls
Prep: 15 minutes
Cook: 25 minutes
Total: 40 minutes



  • Preheat the oven to 400 degrees F.
  • Combine the quinoa, carrots, kale, soy sauce, fish sauce and spices in a large mixing bowl. Set aside.
  • Assemble one spring role at a time, by first placing a rice paper in warm water. Let it soften only slightly and transfer it to a flat surface. Spoon about 2 - 3 tablespoons of filling onto one side of the rice paper. Fold in the sides then roll it up like a burrito. Place it on a greased baking sheet and continue until no filling remains.
  • Once you have assembled all of the spring rolls, brush them each with a little bit of olive oil and bake them for 20 - 25 minutes, flipping half way through.
  • Serve with the soy sauce-wasabi dipping sauce (simple soy sauce and wasabi paste mixed together) if desired.


Calories: 91kcal | Carbohydrates: 15g | Protein: 3g | Fat: 2g | Cholesterol: 1mg | Sodium: 202mg | Potassium: 149mg | Fiber: 1g | Vitamin A: 3375IU | Vitamin C: 16.8mg | Calcium: 34mg | Iron: 1.1mg
cuisine: Asian, Chinese
course: Appetizer, Main Course, Side Dish, Snack

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18 comments on “Vegetable Quinoa Spring Rolls”

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    Alisha @ Gluten Free Perspective

    Ohmygoodness! Your puppy is so stinkin’ adorable… and so are those spring rolls.

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    Laurie Walker

    Yay another vegan delight! Hey no kidding you puppy looks a lot like ours!! We have a petite golden-doodle 🙂 what breed is yours? So sweet, so precious!!!

    1. You can find them in most grocery stores, just look in the Asian or International isles 🙂 Usually near the soy sauce and other Asian condiments!

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    Lisa @bitesforbabies

    Congrats on the book! I’m in the process of coming up with my own…out of curiosity, which program are you using?! I can’t seem to find a decent one 😉

    1. I think you could probably just leave it out. It adds some flavor, but really not too much. You could try substituting something like Bragg’s or Coconut Aminos…those would both add great flavor.

  4. These sound great. As I am cooking for one I wonder how they will hold up as left overs. I could make half a recipe but I love the practice of “cook once, eat twice”. Have you tried keeping them as leftovers successfully?

    1. We made the full batch and are only two people. We kept the leftovers in the fridge and we both took them to work the next day for lunch. They were still delicious!!

  5. I am in love…. Miss trevi would just be petted and spoilt terribly, mind now, I feel kidnapping urges! Oh yes, snacks listings… I am busy getting thses and see much happy and healthy munching ahead!

    1. I’m actually not sure as I’ve never tried BUT I think you could probably could! I would freeze after they’ve been baked and then reheat in the oven or toaster oven. Would love to hear how they turn out if you do give it a try!

  6. Tried this recipe and it is a new favorite. Thanks so much! Would like to print this recipe out so it can be permanently added to our rotation but the print button within the recipe won’t work. Wants to print the entire 19 pages with ads covering parts of the recipe. Glitch?

    1. Hm, that’s odd! That must be a glitch. On my end the print button only wants to print the recipe card on one page. I will look into this!