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Healthy, gluten free breakfasts... inspire me!

(13 Posts)
Checkeddress44 Sun 08-Oct-17 09:29:55

I’m tired of gf granola. What are you coeliacs all eating for breakfast?

ILoveMyMonkey Sun 08-Oct-17 09:39:28

Eggs / beans on toast
Pancakes (100g self raising GF flour, 1 egg, enough milk to make double cream consistency)
Nestle gluten free cornflakes
Fruit

youarenotkiddingme Sun 08-Oct-17 10:00:30

Aldi do gluten free cereal that's reasonably priced.

Omelette.

GF toast with marmalade.

Like the sound of the pancakes so going to give that a whirl this morning!

Ricekrispie22 Sun 08-Oct-17 10:15:09

Since it's just turned cold, a bowl of porridge made with GF oats, with a spoon of ground almond and raspberries. I am a big bakewell pudding fan!

youarenotkiddingme Sun 08-Oct-17 12:10:57

I made the pancakes this morning and added raisins in it - yum!

It's nice and thick and so I'm going to make a laid and freeze them for ease.

ForgivenessIsDivine Sun 08-Oct-17 12:35:15

Scrambled eggs, salmon, bacon, muffins (pancake mixture in a muffin tin with fruit /vegetables). Chia seed with almond milk and frozen fruit. And this recipe

0ellenbrody0 Sun 08-Oct-17 12:50:56

Porridge with g/f oats, g/f toast and marmalade, Greek yogurt with berries, egg on toast or just a coffee usually. Not big on breakfast and don't really like cereal but if I do eat it, Mesa Sunrise is my favourite.

Msqueen33 Sun 08-Oct-17 12:53:40

I can't remember where I read it but basically they said scratch traditional breakfast and eat whatever you might have for lunch or dinner. Throw out the traditional ideas for breakfast. I've got two coeliac kids and one has cereal and fruit the other will have fruit or carrots and hummus.

What about omelettes, pancakes, fruit and yogurt, overnight oats (depending on how you fare with gf oats).

ptumbi Sun 08-Oct-17 12:55:18

I have Lidl thick 00%fat yoghurt (bloody lovely) with berries. Every day.

Sometimes chuck on some nuts, or granola for a bit of crunch. Becaue it is 100% fat it keeps me full till lunch.

CalmanOnSpeeddial Sun 08-Oct-17 13:29:44

Scrambled eggs with spinach and tomatoes

Schroedingerscatagain Sun 08-Oct-17 15:39:18

Waffles, batch make and freeze then pop in the toaster when you need them

Cereal, toast, cooked, pancakes, potato waffles with beans and scrambled eggs

Can’t do porridge as I’m oat sensitive but both kids can

And very occasionally slow cooker rice pudding, naughty but very nice

ILoveMyMonkey Sun 08-Oct-17 19:41:21

youarenotkiddingme

I made the pancakes this morning and added raisins in it - yum!

Glad you liked them, they're my son's favourite, he'd have them everyday if he could 😂.

elephantoverthehill Sun 08-Oct-17 19:45:30

Poached eggs, bacon on GF toast on the weekend. Expensive ff yoghurt with trail mix or granola during the week. Sometimes the yoghurt is taken to work and eaten at break time.

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