4 Recipes to Banish Your Breakfast Boredom

by Beaming with Health on June 26, 2013

photoBreakfast can be a toughie, especially if you are avoiding certain foods. Many of my clients have allergies to either gluten, dairy, or egg. Have you noticed that most breakfast foods contain these ingredients? Also, if you are grain-free or Paleo, breakfast can also be a bit of a challenge. I have learned to think outside the breakfast box (goodbye cereal). I want to share 4 recipes that are sure to say buh-bye to your breakfast blues. I hope you enjoy them!

1. Chocolate Breakfast Cake (pictured above)

This one is gluten-free, dairy-free, and egg-free. It comes from Michelle Pfennighaus over at Find Your Balance. It is packed full of protein from the chia seeds and buckwheat (not to mention iron)! Great way to start the day (and who doesn’t like cake for breakfast?). I love this hearty cake served warm with grass-fed butter melted on top and fresh berries!

2. Easy Buffalo Chicken Egg Muffins

I was drooling when I found this recipe from Diane Sanfilippo of Balanced Bites. These yummy egg muffins are gluten-free, grain-free, dairy-free, nut-free, seed-free, and sugar-free, phew! These muffins are not only tasty, but are great to bring on the go (because there isn’t always time to have a long breakfast). As an added bonus, these muffins are cleanse-friendly if you are on the 21-Day Sugar Detox and are now featured in the 21-Day Sugar Detox Cookbook. Pre-order your copy for more amazing recipes!

3. Banana Bonanza Parfaits

This one is in my latest eCookbook: Healing Comfort Foods. These would be great to serve for a brunch or shower. This is also another wonderful recipe to bring on the go, since it is served in convenient little jars. Throw a lid on it and chuck it in your purse/bag. This one is gluten-free, grain-free, refined sugar-free, dairy-free, and egg-free!

4.Healing Strawberry Gelatin Protein Smoothie

Forget crappy protein powders that are not made from whole foods and can often cause an allergic reaction in the body. This smoothie uses grass-fed gelatin which, as you will read in Caitlin’s post, has many healing properties and can even reduce cellulite and wrinkles (what?)! This recipe comes from Caitlin Weeks of Grass Fed Girl and is a delicious treat for summer (love all those berries that are in season).

I hope you enjoy these recipes. If you give one a try, give us a shout!

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