Easy Gluten Free Breakfast Recipes

gluten free breakfast recipesI love being gluten-free.  It’s taken me a while to actually be able to say that.

But once I actually got over my wheat or gluten cravings, it wasn’t hard to embrace my new lifestyle.

The best part?  I actually lost a ton of weight and I feel so much better.  I’m more active and I don’t “crash” mid-day like I used to. I also feel like getting rid of gluten in my diet and drastically reducing my Lyme Disease symptoms.  No more feeling awful after eating, no more crying on the scale and wondering what to do next. Going gluten-free is a choice I made for life.

Breakfast is one of those meals that I could eat any time of day.  I HATE mornings, so when I have to get up early I want food that is simple, hot, and doesn’t make too much of a mess.

These three recipes made in cupcake tins are perfect for making ahead of time and popping in the microwave on the way to the airport.

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Enjoy!

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6 comments

  1. I made a decision to start eating healthier and I find my diet is about 95% vegetarian and gluten free. It’s honestly because I love healthy recipes like these, and they just happen to have no meat or gluten (I’m sure that’s not a coincidence!). Thank for some more dishes to add to my arsenal!

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