I eat brown rice bowl - I put a recipe on the recipe site. Its great - brown rice with craisins and walnuts touch of brown sugar although sometimes lately been using honey. If I don't eat that I eat eggs and fruit.
I use the recipe in the Better Homes and Garden Cook book but substitute a gluten free flour mix for the flour and reduce the amount of liquid, just adding enough to make the batter the right consistency.
I get my rice tortillas from my local health food store. If any of you get Mambo Sprout coupons, the rice tortillas were in their most recent coupon book.
What I do is make a big batch of pancakes or sourdough waffles on Saturday and freeze them, then pull them out a few at a time during the week and eat one with turkey sausage or turkey bacon. Its either that or oatmeal with flax meal and almonds. On a busy day, I will make smoothies with protein powder.
RICE CHEX, VANILLA RICE MILK AND A BANANA OR 1/2 CUP OF BLUEBERRIES. OR 2 VAN'S GLUTEN FREE WAFFLES AND JIMMY DEAN TURKEY SAUSAGE
WISH I COULD HAVE COFFEE!!!
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What I normally eat for breakfast Is a bowl of Rice Chex cereal with a little bit of Cocoa Pebbles cereal. (Both are gluten free) with rice milk. A cup of coffee and a banana. The Rice Chex cereal just seems bland to me, Pebbles is to sweet so combining them is a good mix. Some times I also use the Dora Explorer cereal which is also gluten free and a little to sweet for my tastes
This site really makes you do your homework on foodstuffs, doesn't it? Before I joined spark, I never knew anything about Buckwheat! Did buy some buckwheat porridge, and I have to say, I was pleasantly surprised. This will now be one of my favourites for breakfast.
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I eat Bob's Red Mill's "Might Tasty Hot Cereal" with some maple sugar and milk mixed in, two scrambled eggs, and of course my coffee.
Sometimes I have buckwheat instead.
Anyone eat oatmeal despite the usual fear of the oats being contaminated? Usually instant oatmeal doesn't bother me at all, but I tried some steel cut oats thinking they'd be pretty good and healthy, and it definitely bugged me. Maybe the one brand was contaminated and the other wasn't.
I get the rice tortillas at Trader Joe's. They are the same as a national brand (maybe Food for Life?), but with the TJ's label. They're okay for making quesadillas or making a sandwich in a pinch, but they don't work for burritos.
I try to get a lot of protein for breakfast too. I'll often have a couple of Trader Joe's chicken sausages and a piece of fruit, or half an apple with a TBS of almond butter, or an omelette with turkey bacon, onions and red peppers. This morning I had some healthy deli turkey on a rice tortilla.
Those of you who have soy smoothies, please don't overdo the soy - it's really not that good for you and can mess with your hormones. Everything in moderation!
Oh, I forgot to mention that I put ground flaxseed in my smoothies too. (great minds, eh?)
That brings to mind another question for you all: do you have a problem getting enough fiber in your diets? I find I am always too low and look for ways to increase it throughout the day. Any suggestions?
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Oh, that all sounds so good! I am a protein in the morning gal or I crash big time by 10:30. I love sausage. Maybe I should make up a homemade batch this weekend. (drool)
When I was diagnosed with allergies nearly 20 years ago (yikes!) I ate all kinds of weird things for breakfast. I was 17 years old and I remember vividly eating a salad with tuna for breakfast one morning and crying (literally) because I just wanted to eat a "normal" breakfast. I don't know why I didn't just eat eggs and sausage! Lol!
I like having a real "hearty" (probably not all heart-healthy) breakfast! Bacon and Egg GF Sandwich with fruit on side Maize porride with GF (homemade) beef sausage Muffins of some sort with fruit/nuts etc On rare occasions, I treat myself to a Fruit/Nut "Cereal"bar (gf) Actually, whatever is in the house, that could go for breakfast, and even if its not the norm, I make it work.
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