Gluten-Free breakfast recipes always involve a ton of gluten-filled flour. Well not anymore, I have lots of gluten-free breakfast recipes below and none of them involve wheat flour.
It’s always hard to find different things to eat especially for breakfast so I asked the members of my Facebook group what they eat for breakfast and I was very pleased with the answers I received. Read below to see their answers.
What can you eat for breakfast on a gluten-free diet?
I asked other blog readers in our Gluten-Free Recipes & Support Facebook Group what they like to eat for breakfast and these are some of the answers I got:
Cindy L. – Eggs and bacon, GF waffles (vans), or gf cereal or oatmeal. If I have time I make homemade gf pancakes.
Kathleen C. – Luna bar, protein shake, or eggs
Nikki W. – Oatmeal or eggs. On the weekends we do biscuits and gravy!
Kate M. – Skim milk and flavored Chex. 7 point breakfast, waffles, and light sausage, eggs turkey bacon GF toast on the weekend.
Rae W. – Cereal or eggs.
Lakin B. – Some type of GF cereal (Chex, Van’s, Envirokidz, Fruity Pebbles are my usual brands) with rice milk. I usually have a banana to (which I share with my dog, lol). I sometimes make scrambled eggs, an omelet, steamed egg, or an egg sandwich. Then I very rarely make homemade pancakes.
Courtney F. – Eggs/sausage, yogurt w fruit & GF granola
Chatty S. – I can’t eat eggs? which I dearly love so I eat turkey bacon and cheese gluten-free sandwich for breakfast occasionally I will have gluten-free Eggo’s just for a change
Sandy N. – Cottage cheese, hard-boiled egg and fruit most days
What breakfast items are usually gluten-free?
You don’t always need a recipe for breakfast. You may already be eating a lot of things that are gluten-free. Some examples of that are: Bacon, Sausage, Eggs, Yogurt, Hash Browns, Ham, Oatmeal
What are some popular gluten-free cereals I can buy?
Envirokidz Organic Gluten-Free Cereal
Corn Chex Cereal, Gluten-Free Cereal
Post Fruity Pebbles