Great gluten-free breakfast options
many more ways in which you can nourish yourself each morning.
So rather than choosing from a permitted list of ‘‘breakfast’’ foods or meals, you might like to try basing your choice purely on what you feel would be nourishing for you in that moment. If it’s not something that you would typically view as a breakfast food, it truly doesn’t matter. Left over casserole can be highly nourishing, for example.
But if you would prefer to stick to some more conventional options, that’s perfectly OK too. Here are some gluten-free breakfast suggestions:
Poached eggs and greens with or without good quality gluten-free toast.
Omelette filled with vegetables and herbs.
Avocado or nut butter on good quality gluten-free toast.
Quinoa, millet or rice porridge. Chia seed or buckwheat pudding.
Please note that if you used your toaster for regular wheat bread prior to being diagnosed with coeliac disease, or if others in your household still use the toaster to toast wheat bread, you will need a new toaster that is used exclusively for gluten-free bread.