Breakfast can be one of the most difficult meals to work with if you are trying to get rid of gluten from your diet. There’s always a chance of you craving for the blueberry muffins that are on display at the local coffee shop or staring desirously at waffles at brunch. Do not worry though, your breakfast won’t be lost forever. With these twenty five recipes that ranges from trendy breakfast recipes to classic morning goodies, you will enjoy your breakfast in a brand new way, and the beautiful part of it is, all of these ideas are gluten free breakfast ideas.
o without further ado, here we go;
PANCAKES, CREPES, AND WAFFLES
Taking a gluten free breakfast doesn’t mean you need to neglect those traditional meals that are flour-based. Yes, you can still have floury meals that are gluten free. All you need to do is make your gluten free breakfast with gluten free flour, such as buckwheat, almond flour, or a gluten free flour blend that has been pre-packaged.
- Ten Minutes Mango Pancakes
This gluten free breakfast takes just ten minutes to prepare and it is one pancake batter that is loaded with fruits. Blueberry, mango, and banana are three of the seven ingredients that make up this delicious gluten free breakfast.
- Provencal Chicken Pea Crepes
You don’t have to let the word “crepe” make you scared. This traditional recipe is for “socca” which is from the south of France. The wonderful thing about this recipe is that it is gluten free since it uses chickpea flour. You need no special skill to make this gluten free breakfast idea. All you need to do is spoon the batter into a cake pan, or a tart, and put it in the oven. It is so delicious you’ll want it for breakfast, lunch, even dinner. If you want a sweet crepe instead of one that’s savory, you can swap the cumin for cinnamon.
- Banana Oat Pancakes
Everybody loves having pancakes as breakfast. Simply because you want a gluten free breakfast doesn’t mean you have to feel left out. Enjoy the banana oat pancake and you’ll see it’s just as good as any regular recipe.
- Seven Ingredient Vegan Waffles
This gluten free breakfast idea takes just about 30 minutes to be prepared. It’s healthy, easy, and simple. You can try freezing the leftovers after whipping up a double batch. Then during the week, you can pop one up in the toaster to get yourself a waffle on the go.
- Tempe Bacon and Mochi Waffles
In Japanese cuisine, Mochi is a very popular ingredient. It is gotten from sweet rice, low in calories and fat, and is very easy to digest. You can always buy it in brick form. You should be able to find it in the ethnic food section of your grocery store.
A vegan take on waffles and bacon, you can still enjoy that savory and sweet breakfast with this recipe.
One great way to mix nutrients and flavors into one meal is buy making use of breakfast bowls.
- Stewed Breakfast Apples
You need a hearty and great meal for a cold morning? Then this gluten free breakfast recipe is what you really need. Mix the blueberries and the stewed apples with a handful of desired granola for a nutrient-rich and fibrous breakfast.
This recipe is also a “eat me later” kind of breakfast. Reason is because it can last up to five days. All you need to do is make it over the weekend, put it in an airtight container and store it in the fridge.
- Sweet Potato Noodles With Breakfast Burrito Bowl
Give your spiralizer a twist. Sweet potatoes that are spiralized can go Mexican with avocado and salsa. You can add a runny egg to finish it off, thereby giving yourself a well-rounded, and nutrition-packed meal filled with proteins.
- Sweet Potato and Poblano Hash
This flavorful, filling hash is one gluten free breakfast you need to start your day with. The peppers gives you a head start, and the egg and ham, which are optional depending on the constraints of your diets, can bring you a very good amount of protein.
- Acai Berry Bowl
You couldn’t get more satisfied with this Brazilian food known as acai. It’s a very tasty and delicious “ice cream”. Don’t worry, you can think of it as a smoothie you use a spoon for. For you to get that extra creamy protein, you can make use of Greek yoghurt instead of milk.
- Zen Quinoa Bowl
If you want a super grain as the base for your nourishing, savory and gluten free breakfast, then the super grain Quinoa is what you should use. The protein this recipe is equipped with will keep you going until lunch time, and all the greens will make sure you start your day on a healthy note. You can swap out tofu and use eggs instead, this way, you’ll make it vegan.
- Strawberries With Coconut Cashew Chia Pudding
You can get an incredible amount of fiber from chia seeds, and from strawberries, you get some good amount of vitamin A and C. Combining both, you will have a very nutritious and delicious breakfast. You can also use this recipe as dessert. Besides the fact that this is a gluten free idea, this recipe is also dairy free.
QUICHES AND EGGS
Eggs are a gluten free, versatile, and easy breakfast option. They are made of protein and also serve as a great base for veggies.
- Polenta Skillet Eggs With Chorizo
This is one hearty and beautiful breakfast you won’t forget easily. Chorizo combined with creamy polenta is your perfect gluten free breakfast. For you to get that super metabolism boost, you can add some cayenne pepper or some sauce to your recipe.
- Breakfast Casserole
Full flavored and hearty, that is what this egg casserole breakfast is all about. You are going to have a full stomach until lunch with this breakfast idea. It can also be used as a “make ahead recipe”. All you have to do is keep it in the freezer until you are ready to eat it, then you reheat it in the oven but make sure it is covered in foil when reheating.
- Eggs Baked In Tomato Sauce
You can have this one-skillet gluten free recipe for breakfast, dinner, lunch or even as brunch. Combine it with any veggie of your choice in order to customize this meal to suit your taste.
- Simple Spinach Artichoke Quiche Cups
If you want a gluten free breakfast on the go, then this is your recipe. These mini quiches that are so crustless are easy to make, perfect to freeze, cheesy, and also serve as a grab-and-go healthy breakfast.
- Potato And Broccolini Frittata
One great way to elevate your eggs is via frittata. Similar in flavor to broccoli, broccolini adds vitamin A, C and fiber to this easy to prepare dish.
Just like waffles and pancakes, baked delicacies can also be part of your gluten free breakfast, all you need are the right ingredients.
- Tomato Tart
This is a flaky crust prepared with gluten free flour. This breakfast recipe gives you a beautiful base here you can show off the best tomatoes of the summer. For a well-rounded meal, add some fruits on the side.
- Biscuits and Gravy
Topped with some rich sausage gravy, gluten free, flaky, and light biscuits will grant you a delightful, classic farmhouse breakfast.
- Cinnamon Quinoa Bake
This gluten free breakfast idea uses egg to join quinoa which is enriched in protein, instead of bread, into a toasty, tasty, French breakfast. You can add maple syrup if you want.
- Rhubarb Muffins
The spring and the early summer is the season of rhubarb. It is equipped with a tart flavor that goes well with sweet ingredients. You might have probably seen this beautiful ruby at the farmer’s market and was thinking what you could do with it. Win the favors of brunch guests and co-workers by making a bunch of these gluten free breakfast muffins.
- Vegan Breakfast Cookies
Oh yes, you can surely have cookies for breakfast. These healthy cookies will tune up your energy level and make you feel good in general since they are high in fiber and also very delicious. In order to make these gluten free breakfast, you need to replace your wheat flour with an all-purpose gluten free flour blend.
- Lemon Poppy Seed Muffins
White flour is replaced by coconut flour in order to make this gluten free breakfast idea. These muffins -and paleo- deals with the delicious combination of poppy seed and lemon. After eating one of these, you are prone to wanting a second, or a third of one of these sweet, bite-sized mini muffins.
When you are in a hurry, the perfect breakfast for you is smoothies. All you need to do is add your ingredients to your blender, pour your smoothie in a to-go cup, and that’s it, you are ready to go.
- Peach Smoothie/ Raspberry Cocoa Smoothie/ Green Pineapple
You are going to get enough enzymes, antioxidants, protein, and other important nutrients that will keep you boosted until lunch time, when you take this gluten free recipe for breakfast.
- Sweet Potato Peach Smoothie
No matter what smoothie you are having, adding sweet potato is always right. With a large dose of fiber and vitamin A, you will have a nutritious and sweet start to your day.
- Glowing Green Smoothie (GGS)
There are a lot of celebrities who love the glowing green smoothie, otherwise known as GSS. It is a refreshing blend of fruits and greens. This gluten free breakfast recipe will help keep your blood sugar at a normal keel all morning.