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25 Gluten-Free Breakfast Recipes

25 Gluten-Free
Breakfast Recipes

Breakfast might be one of the most difficult meals to negotiate if you’re attempting to eliminate gluten from your diet. You might find yourself lusting after waffles at brunch or the blueberry muffins on display at your local coffee shop. Don’t worry, breakfast as you know isn’t going away for good. These 25 dishes include everything from traditional breakfast items to colourful and trendy breakfast bowls, and they’re all gluten-free.

Waffles, Crepes, and Pancakes

Traditional flour-based meals are not off-limits on a gluten-free diet. Simply use a gluten-free flour substitute such as almond flour, buckwheat, or a pre-packaged gluten-free flour blend to prepare them.

1. Banana Oat Pancakes

Pancakes are a popular breakfast item. If you’re following a gluten-free diet, you don’t have to feel left out. This gluten-free version tastes much like any other “from scratch” dish.
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01, Banana Oat Pancakes 16-9

2. 10-Minute Mango Pancakes

This fruit-filled pancake batter is easy to make and takes only 10 minutes to create. Three of the seven components in this wonderful recipe are banana, mango, and blueberry.
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10-Minute Mango Pancakes

3. Mochi Waffles and Tempeh Bacon

In Japanese cuisine, mochi is a common element. It’s produced with sweet rice, is easy to digest, and has a low fat and calorie content. It’s available in brick form. Look for it in the ethnic cuisine department of your supermarket.

This simple vegan version of bacon and waffles allows you to experience the sweet and savoury breakfast that we all know and love.

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Mochi Waffles and Tempeh Bacon

4. Provencal Chickpea Crepes

Don’t be put off by the word “crepe.” Because chickpea flour is used, this classic “socca” recipe from the south of France is naturally gluten-free. There are no special abilities required for this recipe. Simply ladle the batter into a tart or cake pan, cover, and bake. This is something you’ll want for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. If you wish to make a sweet crepe instead of a savoury one, replace the cumin with cinnamon.

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Provencal Chickpea Crepes

5. 7-Ingredient Vegan Waffles

The preparation time for this seven-ingredient meal is only 30 minutes. It’s quick, easy, and good for you. Make a double batch and store the leftovers in the freezer. During the week, toss one in the toaster for a quick waffle.

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7-Ingredient Vegan Waffles

BREAKFAST BOWLS

Breakfast bowls are an excellent way to incorporate a variety of flavours and nutrients into a single meal.

6. Sweet Potato and Poblano Hash

This substantial and tasty hash is a great way to start the day. The peppers give some heat, while the ham and egg, which are both optional depending on your dietary restrictions, provide plenty of protein.
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Sweet Potato and Poblano Hash

7. Stewed Breakfast Apples

This is a delicious, substantial breakfast that is ideal for a chilly morning. For fibre and nutrient-rich breakfast, combine the stewed apples and blueberries with a handful of your favourite granola.

This is also a terrific breakfast to prepare ahead of time. Make it over the weekend and keep it refrigerated for up to five days in an airtight container.

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Stewed Breakfast Apples

8. Zen Quinoa Bowl

This nourishing savoury breakfast dish starts with quinoa, a super grain. The protein will keep you full until lunchtime, and the vegetables will help you start the day off well. To make it vegan, simply replace the eggs with tofu.

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Zen Quinoa Bowl

9. Breakfast Burrito Bowl with Sweet Potato Noodles

Make a twirl using your spiralizer. With salsa and avocado, spiralized sweet potato becomes Mexican. A runny egg on top provides protein, and you’ve got yourself a well-rounded, nutrient-dense meal!

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Breakfast Burrito Bowl with Sweet Potato Noodles

10. Coconut Cashew Chia Pudding with Strawberries

Strawberries are a little vitamin A and C bomb, while chia seeds deliver an enormous amount of fibre. When you combine the two, you’ve got a filling breakfast that may also serve as dessert.

This Strawberry Coconut Chia Pudding is:

  • Vegan
  • Dairy-free
  • Gluten-free
  • Low-carb
  • LCHF friendly
  • Rich in omega3
  • Rich in fibres
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10, Coconut Cashew Chia Pudding with Strawberries

11. Acai Berry Bowl

Breakfast with “ice cream”? This delectable delight is packed with acai, a Brazilian superfood, and couldn’t be more filling. Consider it a smoothie that you consume with a spoon. For extra creamy protein, replace the milk with Greek yoghurt.

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11, Acai Berry Bowl

EGGS AND QUICHES

Eggs are a quick, gluten-free, and adaptable breakfast choice. They’re high in protein and make an excellent vegetable foundation.

12. Easy Spinach Artichoke Quiche Cups

On the run and looking for gluten-free options? These crustless mini quiches are easy to make, cheesy, and store well for a healthy breakfast on the road.
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Easy Spinach Artichoke Quiche Cups

13. Potato and Broccolini Frittata

Frittatas are a delicious way to dress up your eggs. Broccolini, which has a flavour similar to broccoli, adds fibre as well as vitamins C and A to this simple recipe.

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Potato and Broccolini Frittata

14. Breakfast Casserole

This filling, flavourful egg casserole will keep you satisfied until lunchtime. This casserole can be prepared ahead of time. Simply freeze until ready to eat, then reheat in the oven covered in foil.

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Breakfast Casserole

15. Eggs Baked in Tomato Sauce

This shakshuka in a single skillet is perfect for breakfast, brunch, lunch, or dinner. To make this dinner more personal, add your favourite vegetables.

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Eggs Baked in Tomato Sauce

16. Polenta Skillet Eggs with Chorizo

A gorgeous and filling breakfast can be made with creamy polenta and chorizo. Capsaicin, which boosts metabolism, can be added with spicy sauce or cayenne pepper.

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Polenta Skillet Eggs with Chorizo

BAKED GOODS

Baked products can be part of a gluten-free diet, just like pancakes and waffles, if the correct ingredients are used.

17. Biscuits and Gravy

This classic farmhouse meal consists of light, flaky, gluten-free biscuits topped with thick sausage gravy.
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Gluten Free Sausage Gravy and Biscuits

18. Rhubarb Muffins

In the spring and early summer, rhubarb is in season. Its tangy flavours complement sweet components wonderfully. Perhaps you noticed this ruby gem at the farmer’s market and wondered what to do with it. Make a batch of these gluten-free muffins, and your brunch friends and coworkers will thank you.

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Rhubarb Muffins

19. Lemon Poppy Seed Muffins

These gluten-free muffins are made with coconut flour instead of white flour (and paleo). You might just want a second, or even a third, of these bite-sized mini muffins with the wonderful combination of lemon and poppy seed.

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Lemon Poppy Seed Muffins

20, Vegan Breakfast Cookies

Do you want cookies for breakfast? What’s to stop you? If it makes you feel better, you may call these healthful cookies “energy bars.” They’re tasty and packed with fibre. Make sure to use a gluten-free all-purpose flour mix instead of wheat flour to make these cookies gluten-free.

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Vegan Breakfast Cookies

21. Cinnamon Quinoa Bake

In this dish, an egg is used to bind protein-rich quinoa (rather than bread) into a delicious French toast-like breakfast. It’s not necessary to use maple syrup.

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Cinnamon Quinoa Bake

22. Tomato Tart

A great base for showing off summer’s freshest tomatoes is a flaky crust made using gluten-free flour. For a well-rounded meal, serve with some fruit on the side.

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Tomato Tart

SMOOTHIEs

Smoothies are an excellent option for a quick breakfast. Simply combine your ingredients in a blender, then pour your smoothie into a to-go cup.

23. Sweet Potato Peach Smoothie

Any smoothie will benefit from the addition of sweet potatoes. This smoothie will give you a sweet and nutritious start to your day, thanks to its high vitamin A and fibre content.
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Sweet Potato Peach Smoothie

24. Glowing Green Smoothie (GGS)

The GGS, a pleasant blend of greens and fruit, is popular among celebrities. This recipe helps you maintain a steady blood sugar level throughout the morning.

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Glowing Green Smoothie

25. Peach Raspberry Smoothie

These three breakfast smoothie recipes provide enough protein, antioxidants, enzymes, and other minerals to keep you going until lunch.

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Raspberry Peach Smoothie

SUMMARY

Going gluten-free doesn’t have to mean sticking to the same breakfast routine of yoghurt and fruit. We’ve got you covered for breakfast, whether you want something savoury or sweet.