Quick and Easy Gluten-Free Breakfast Ideas to Start Your Day off Right

Gluten-Free breakfastsQuick and Easy Gluten-Free

Breakfast Ideas

to Start Your Day off Right

 

Do you start your day with something delicious and satisfying?

 

My typical teaching breakfast used to be a bagel loaded with cream cheese with a large coffee. I thought it was delicious.  Yet, I typically felt terrible afterwards and was starving by 10 am.

 

Possibly, not the best choice, right?

 

Your breakfast choices can make all the difference

on how your day will go.

 

Healthier breakfast choices will give you the energy and stamina you need to get through your day.

 

Try something new

 

As a healthier start, would a smoothie fill you up at breakfast?  I didn’t think so, and boy was I wrong!

 

By drinking a breakfast smoothie, you can gain more focus, have more energy and continue to feel full until lunchtime, or beyond.  Give it a try!

 

Rethink your breakfast and see where you can gain more energy.

 

Try some of these breakfast ideas and see what works for you:

 

Gluten-Free Frittatas ready to eat

Spinach & Veggie Frittatas

These easy Frittatas are a delicious way to start the day.  Even better is that you can prepare them ahead of time and grab them for quick breakfast before work or school.

 

Overnight Pumpkin Oats

Easily pull together this Overnight Pumpkin Oats recipe in the evening and you have tasty breakfast when you wake.

 

Green Smoothie on a glass with Metal Straw

Green Smoothie

Get creative and try a bunch of different combinations to find one you love. A favorite here is kale, avocado, pineapple, ginger and coconut milk – so refreshing.

 

gluten-free waffle with avocado

Avocado Toast

Choose your favorite gluten-free bread or waffle.  Smash ½ an avocado in a bowl and spread it over your choice of gluten-free bread. Sprinkle with turmeric and sea salt.  Add in sautéed greens or an egg over the top for more energy.

 

gluten-free breakfast coconut yogurt with granola and fruit

Yogurt with fresh fruit, granola and cinnamon

Start with plain, unsweetened coconut or Greek yogurt. Add in your own fresh fruit with granola or nuts.  Top with cinnamon.

 

gluten-free breakfast egg on a waffle

Hard Boiled egg on a gluten-free bagel or waffle

 

gluten-free breakfast sunbutter and banana on a waffle

Waffle with Sun butter and banana

Use sunflower seed butter, peanut butter or any nut butter you enjoy.

 

gluten-free breakfast for dinner

Left overs

Dinner for breakfast is always easy and delicious.

 

Chia pudding

Check out this recipe for chia pudding by Dr. Axe. Easy and Delicious!

 

Make time for breakfast.  It is your fuel for the day!

 

What’s your favorite way to start the day?

 

 

 

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