Without breakfast, we simply are not our best – not on top of our game. And just because some of us are gluten intolerant doesn’t mean we have proclivity not to enjoy a balanced nice gluten-free breakfast. Here at The Breakfast Shoppe, we have a variety of naturally gluten-free options.

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. It aids in weight loss and helps keep blood sugar and hormone levels elevated inside the body. When you are on a restricted diet for conditions such as Celiac Disease, a gluten-free breakfast can be the best part of your day. As your system is already adjusting to the lack of nutrients from everyday foods, you need to ensure you have a great breakfast to keep you fueled and healthy.

A gluten-free breakfast can be any number of things. You want to select foods that are most appealing to you. The advancements in the food industry have made it so those on a special diet can find nearly every food they want in a safe form. Here at The Breakfast Shoppe, we have a variety of naturally gluten-free options, including eggs, breakfast meats, fruit, and more. On those days when you can’t make it in to see us, some quick and easy gluten-free breakfast ideas when including Rice Chex with fresh blueberries and honey drizzled on top, Udi’s Cinnamon Raisin Bread with a smudge of cream cheese or Van’s Gluten Free Waffles with pure maple syrup.

If you are adventurous, you can make your own breakfast items using flour made without gluten. King Arthur’s Flour Mix is one of the most preferred by consumers because it can be used cup-for-cup as a substitute for regular flour. You can use this flour mix in cupcakes, muffins, pancakes, and waffles for great breakfast food. Gluten-free breakfast casserole is another popular item. Simply layer your favorite gluten-less bread in the bottom of a glass baking dish. Top with blueberries, strawberries, diced hash browns, browned ground sausage and onions, and peppers. Finally, mix up a batch of scrambled eggs and pour it over the entire dish. Allow it to sit overnight so the egg soaks into the mixture. Then, bake in the oven at 325 degrees for one hour or until the egg is completely cooked. This recipe is great for when you have guests over or during the holidays.

Quinoa flakes can be used in place of oatmeal as well. Use them in cookies, muffins or as a hot cereal. This item is packed with protein and other nutrients that are important for those on a diet sans gluten. The sky is the limit when you are looking for gluten-free breakfast ideas. There are dozens of different things to try. If you need inspiration, simply alter some of your favorite regular recipes or check out the variety of cookbooks and recipe forums on the internet. The gluten-free possibilities are seemingly endless!