Are you in search of gluten-free breakfast ideas? If so, I’ve got you covered with 42+ gluten-free breakfast recipes and ideas. This post contains affiliate links. Please see my disclosures.
The morning sets the tone for your entire day, and I believe a good breakfast can give you the energy you need to be your best and most productive self, at least until lunch.
That said, preparing breakfast takes effort, especially if don’t want to rely on cold cereal, which does little to nourish your body and give you long-standing fuel.
I personally find preparing a warm, nourishing breakfast for me and my family a rewarding experience. I know my family – especially my kids – will have the fuel they need to keep their brains sharp all morning long.
In this article, I’ll first share a list of gluten-free breakfast foods you can enjoy, as well as offer you the opportunity to download my 42 Gluten-Free Breakfast Recipes ebook (scroll down to learn more!).
Gluten-Free Breakfast Foods
The following breakfast foods can be enjoyed gluten free. As always, be sure to look for gluten-free labels:
- Avocado Toast
- Bread (toast) – Canyon Bakehouse Ancient Grain Bread is a favorite!
- Breakfast quesadillas
- Breakfast taquitos
- Bagels – try my 5-ingredient gluten-free bagels or my almond flour bagels
- Banana Bread
- Cereals – see list of gluten-free cereals
- Cinnamon rolls
- Crepes – try Josie’s gluten-free crepe mix
- Eggs – try my protein-rich egg muffin recipe
- English Muffins – Canyon Bakehouse makes delicious gluten-free English muffins
- French toast – try my French toast casserole
- Fruits (all)
- Huevos Rancheros
- Muffins – try my Almond Flour Banana Muffins or my Bakery-Style Gluten-Free Blueberry Muffins with Lemon Zest Topping
- Oatmeal – only if labeled gluten free (read Are Oats Gluten Free?)
- Pancakes – try my fluffy gluten-free pancakes
- Pop-Tarts – get my homemade gluten-free pop-tart recipe
- Potatoes – enjoy hashbrowns, potato hash and sweet potato toast
- Quiche – with store-bought or my homemade gluten-free pie crust
- Smoothies – try my Lean Green Peach Smoothie or Fall Acai Bowls
- Vegetables (all)
- Wraps – try Bfree wraps or frozen tortillas from Mikey’s
- Yogurt – try my Make-Your-Own Yogurt Breakfast Bowls or Gluten-Free Blueberry Banana Bread Breakfast Bowls
As you can see, you can enjoy many breakfast foods when you’re on a gluten-free diet; you just need to create meals that use gluten-free ingredients. Once you do, you’re good to go.
If you’re still looking for gluten-free breakfast inspiration, check out my 42 Gluten-Free Breakfast Recipes ebook.
42 Gluten-Free Breakfast Recipes
If you’re bored with breakfast and want some fresh ideas to help get you started building your breakfast recipe repitoire, I encourage you to download my 42 Gluten-Free Breakfast Recipes ebook.
Please note the following:
- Any recipe that requires dairy can easily be made with a dairy substitute.
- Many recipes contain eggs and/or oats. (This ebook is not recommended for people who do not eat eggs or oats.)
- I’ve included 21 savory breakfast recipes and 21 sweet breakfast recipes.
- All recipes are gluten free (of course).
Here’s a sampling of just some of the extra-tasty, health-forward gluten-free breakfast recipes you’ll find:
- Apple Cinnamon Yogurt Bowls
- Blended Blueberry Baked Oats
- Blueberry Chia Pancakes
- Breakfast Potato and Egg Tacos
- Carrot Cake Breakfast Bars
- Crustless Broccoli Cheddar Quiche
- Kale and Red Pepper Frittata
- Monster Breakfast Cookies
- Peanut Butter Banana Waffles
- Savory Breakfast Biscuits
- Sweet Potato Almond Muffins
- Sweet Potato Bacon Hash
- Veggie Baked Eggs with Pesto
Ready to make breakfast your most delicious meal of the day?
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