When I first went gf, I liked Van's wheat/gluten free waffles (Wal-Mart and Target have them in my town) topped with Yoplait yogurt or real maple syrup. I also liked Bob's Red Mill Mighty Hot Cereal (also at Target, not sure about Wal-Mart; or it was the other way around, can't remember).
Not sure of your circumstances, but if you can tolerate oatmeal, there are gf versions at health food stores (just google gf oatmeal).
I also liked to put brown rice with lots of water in a slow cooker for the night: add what you want of chopped green apples (won't turn to mush), butter, cinammon, raisins, walnuts, goji berries or cranberries, etc. You awaken to such a nice smell.
There's a bread I like called "Garbo" sunflower or Sport found in the freezer section of my health food store. The Sport is a darker color. Sunflower would be good made as French toast I think - haven't tried it. The health food freezer section might also have gf versions of bagels and other biscuits. Look for Kinninnick brand.
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