4 Quick and Easy Gluten-Free Breakfasts!

Hello! I thought I would share some of my favourite recipes for a gluten-free breakfast because I know how hard it is to find a good, simple, quick recipe when your gluten free.
I hope you find something that tingles your tastebuds!


Pumpkin, Feta, and Pine Nut Salad


Ahhh... the nice fresh salad. Now, most salads won't fill me up until lunch, but this one is packed with good, healthy filling fats that will surely keep you full through the day. And it is super easy to prepare!


Ingredients


+Rocket leaves 

+Spinach leaves
+Feta cheese
+Small handful of pine nuts
+Cooked pumpkin (I use leftover pumpkin or precook the pumpkin)
+Avocado
+Chicken breast strips (Again, I use leftover chicken or cook the chicken the night before) 

Method


1.  Add all the ingredients (except the pine nuts) together in a bowl.

2. Sprinkle pine nuts over the top of the salad.
3.  Voila! Enjoy!



Egg & Rice


This is a dish I refer to simply as egg & rice. It only has 3 ingredients and takes a maximum of 6 minutes! Oh and it tastes amazing. I have been eating this dish for breakfast for years.


Ingredients


+1 or 2 eggs (depending on how much egg you want)

+Gluten-free Soy Sauce
+Rice (I usually use leftover rice or i prepare rice the night before)
+*Optional: Butter (Your desired amount)

Method


1. Heat up your pan, and pour in some olive oil (or whatever oil you prefer)

2. Grab a bowl and put your desired amount of rice into it. Then heat it up in the microwave (I usually microwave it for 1 minute)
3. Crack your egg/s into the pan and cook
4. While your egg is cooking, pour some soy sauce (again, your desired amount) into the rice, when ready.
5. Scoop the egg out of the pan and onto the rice (and I like to mix them together).
6. Enjoy!



Coconut Sago Fruit Pudding


This is one of my favourites that I don't always have for breakfast, but often for a quick snack too.


Ingredients


+Non-sweetened cooked sago, also known as tapioca pearls (I usually prepare this the night +before or on the weekend)

+Coconut cream (the full-fat one is better)
+Different types of fruit depending on season (some of my favourites to use are peaches, nectarines, oranges, mangoes, berries, try and use any sweet juicy soft fruits)
+*Optional: Honey, fruit juice

Method


1. Grab a bowl and fill with as much as sago as you would like. 

2. Pour coconut cream in until it is roughly even with the sago.
3. Mix in your chosen fruits, you can also add in fruit juice now if you would like a more watery consistency. 
4. Add Honey in (optional)
5. Top with fruit (I like to top with passionfruit!)
5. Enjoy! Or if you have extra time, you can let it sit in the fridge for 15 mins to solidify. 




Coconut Chocolate Sago-Pudding


This recipe is similar to the fruit sago pudding recipe, except this is the more 'indulgent' version.


Ingredients


+Non-sweetened cooked sago, also known as tapioca pearls (I usually prepare this the night before or on the weekend)

+Coconut cream (the full-fat one is better)
+Cocoa powder unsweetened and unflavoured. Make sure it is pure cocoa!)
+Brown sugar, honey, agave syrup, or maple syrup

Method


1. Grab a bowl and fill with as much as sago as you would like. 

2. Pour coconut cream in until it is roughly even with the sago.
3. Use a teaspoon and add in a teaspoon of cocoa powder. Continue adding in and stirring until the pudding is a moose-like consistency.
4. Use a teaspoon and add in whatever choice of sweetener you chose until it is as sweet as you'd like.
5. Enjoy!







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