5 Gluten-Free Breakfast Recipes

Finding tasty gluten-free food for breakfast can be challenging. It’s the most important meal of the day, and we think it’s just as important that you look forward to what’s for breakfast. Here are five celiac-friendly dishes for a gluten-free diet that you will want to wake up to.

1) Pancakes

You don’t need to rush out to brunch to enjoy warm, fluffy pancakes. Our gluten-free pancake mix makes it easy to whip up a stack of fresh goodness in the comfort of your own home. Follow this gluten-free pancake recipe and you’ll have yourself a scrumptious and 100% gluten-free breakfast in no time!

2) Hot Cereal

Our gluten-free hot cereal is packed with healthy and delicious brown rice, corn, buckwheat, and sorghum. Mix it up with some gluten-free nuts, dried fruit, or your other favorite toppings for an additional nutrition boost. This gluten-free breakfast recipe is easy-to-follow in the mornings and will give you an energizing start to your day.

3) Chestnut Crepes

These aren’t just any ordinary crepes. The key ingredient that gives this recipe for gluten-free chestnut crepes a subtly sweet and smoky flavor is the chestnut flour. Plus, chestnut flour makes this breakfast option a rich source of vitamin B, iron, and dietary fiber. Gluten-free food doesn’t have to be tasteless and this recipe proves it!

4) Steel Cut Oats

For a warm and wholesome breakfast, treat yourself to a bowl of gluten-free steel cut oats. Unlike rolled oats, steel cut oats are less processed, helping you to feel full for longer and avoid those mid-morning hunger pangs. This gluten-free steel cut oats recipe is easy-peasy!

5) Omelettes

Fire up your skillet for a savory omelette! Eggs are a tasty and healthy source of protein and other nutrients. Add some sun dried tomatoes and other veggies for an antioxidant boost.

We have a collection of other gluten-free recipes and baking mixes to complement gluten-free diets. What is your favorite gluten-free food to eat for breakfast?

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