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Leftover bacon/cheese quiche.

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Leftover bacon/cheese quiche.

Leftover potato wedges with cheese on top with a fried egg on top.

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This morning was leftover Home made (gluten free) mac and cheese.

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No breakfast for me yet but I'm going to have scrambled eggs and banana-nut muffins (I made two loaves of banana bread yesterday to take to my son and DIL and one for my son's in-laws...made with Pamelas Baking & Pancake Mix). I had too much batter for the loaves of bread and made muffins with the surplus. Yum!

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French Toast made with Udi's cinnamon raisin bread, cream cheese frosting on top

MMMMMMMMMMMMMMM!!!

Happy New Year everyone!

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Thank you! Happy New Year to you as well!

Left over New England Clam Chowder, Progresso, gluten-free.

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Oatmeal (BRM old-fashioned gluten-free oats)...and maybe another banana-nut muffin.

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Oatmeal (BRM old-fashioned gluten-free oats)...and maybe another banana-nut muffin.

I "envy" you folks who can eat gluten-free oats :), well, not exactly envy, but you are lucky. I can never figure out WHAT to substitute for oats in recipes, so never make them. Example: breads that call for oat flour

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I "envy" you folks who can eat gluten-free oats :), well, not exactly envy, but you are lucky. I can never figure out WHAT to substitute for oats in recipes, so never make them. Example: breads that call for oat flour

I waited until I was 9 months gluten-free to test oatmeal and am glad I can eat it even though I don't have it very often. It used to be a breakfast staple for me.

Not sure what you can substitute for oats in recipes...I immediately think of quinoa flakes or flour but don't know if it would work or if you can tolerate it. I haven't made any recipes that call for oat flour but if I do, I'll grind my own.

Hopefully there are some baking gurus on here that will give you a better idea of what you can use instead of oats.

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This morning was leftover Home made (gluten free) mac and cheese.

I had the same thing! Added a couple of little smokies with my husband's homemade BBQ sauce. I love leftovers for brekkie and would eat them any day over something sweet. I had a bowl of choco chex today, which I almost never do, and now I know why. Hate the sweet aftertaste that the sugar leaves in my mouth.

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Roasted Poblano and Corn Chowder

Lactose-free yogurt

Raw pear

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Spam and scrambled eggs/egg whites

Apple

Hash browns

Mimosas

I'm in a sodium/fat induced haze.

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Last night I made a double batch of Elana's Pantry Paleo Banana Bread except I used egg replacer and oil instead of the shortening so we had that for breakfast with Olivio spreadable butter and fresh blueberries.

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As I am house/dog sitting for a friend my breakfasts are rather simple this week. Today is just this:

gluten-free cereal

fresh blackberries

lactose-free yogurt

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I make on most mornings: scrambled eggs (1/2 regular 1/2 white) bacon or canadian bacon, cheese and avacado in a corn tortilla. I get my tortillas from a mexican restaurant near my home. they make them fresh and sell them by the bulk and use one single ingredient-corn.

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Just bought some gluten free oats. Gonna make that tomorrow and throw in some frozen raspberries and strawberries when its really hot to cool it down.

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Last piece of pizza with brown rice crust, Greek yoghurt, cinnamon, and half a banana. Hot mug of ginger water :)

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Last piece of pizza with brown rice crust, Greek yoghurt, cinnamon, and half a banana. Hot mug of ginger water :)

That really sounds good! Mine was simply gluten-free cereal with lactose-free yogurt and fresh blackberries. I knew I would have about a trillion calories at lunch and dinner so I was a good girl for breakfast at least! :lol:

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I had a piece of Udi's toasted, a piece of sausage and AN EGG !!!!! :D

I have not had an egg in almost a year(other the egg in Udi's bread ) I Have been eating Udi's bread on occasion and I have not had any reaction (from the eggs) even though I have recently increased my consumption quite a bit .

So I decided to reintroduce/ test eggs and I had an egg for breakfast. So far so good :D . I have not had any reaction as of yet. Here is hoping I can have eggs again :D

I am a bit emotional about this, I know silly right :unsure: but being able to add eggs back into my diet would be a GIANT step forward. :D

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I had a piece of Udi's toasted, a piece of sausage and AN EGG !!!!! :D

I have not had an egg in almost a year(other the egg in Udi's bread ) I Have been eating Udi's bread on occasion and I have not had any reaction (from the eggs) even though I have recently increased my consumption quite a bit .

So I decided to reintroduce/ test eggs and I had an egg for breakfast. So far so good :D . I have not had any reaction as of yet. Here is hoping I can have eggs again :D

I am a bit emotional about this, I know silly right :unsure: but being able to add eggs back into my diet would be a GIANT step forward. :D

Not silly! I would feel strongly about that, too. Eggs are so good and very versatile. I have them often and would have a difficult time without 'em.

Man, I hope you can safely have eggs again! That would be AWESOME! :D

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I had a piece of Udi's toasted, a piece of sausage and AN EGG !!!!! :D

I have not had an egg in almost a year(other the egg in Udi's bread ) I Have been eating Udi's bread on occasion and I have not had any reaction (from the eggs) even though I have recently increased my consumption quite a bit .

So I decided to reintroduce/ test eggs and I had an egg for breakfast. So far so good :D . I have not had any reaction as of yet. Here is hoping I can have eggs again :D

I am a bit emotional about this, I know silly right :unsure: but being able to add eggs back into my diet would be a GIANT step forward. :D

I really hope it works for you, being able to have eggs would make life a bit easier.

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I had a piece of Udi's toasted, a piece of sausage and AN EGG !!!!! :D

I have not had an egg in almost a year(other the egg in Udi's bread ) I Have been eating Udi's bread on occasion and I have not had any reaction (from the eggs) even though I have recently increased my consumption quite a bit .

So I decided to reintroduce/ test eggs and I had an egg for breakfast. So far so good :D . I have not had any reaction as of yet. Here is hoping I can have eggs again :D

I am a bit emotional about this, I know silly right :unsure: but being able to add eggs back into my diet would be a GIANT step forward. :D

I would be excited/emotional to add something back in too! I'll hope this is true for you! I would love to add back some more dairy, like yogurt and milk. I haven't gotten up the nerve to test yet.

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gluten-free Chocolate Stars cereal (hey - it is for kids but the best gluten-free cereal I have ever had - stays crunchy in milk and is not hollow and light - has substance!)

Blueberry Pomogranate unsweetened fruit cup

Now this sounds very odd but also fresh radishes as a snack. I just love them. Better than snacking on chips or crackers! :P

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I am mid-way through it:

millet grits boiled in half water and half coconut milk,

a sprinkle of raisins and sunflower seeds,

a quarter cup of flash-frozen blueberries,

a heaping teaspoon of Vance's milk replacement,

a generous pinch of cinnamon and a small sprinkle of nutmeg.

Optionally add a generous teaspoon of honey for non-vegans.

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"I make on most mornings: scrambled eggs (1/2 regular 1/2 white) bacon or canadian bacon, cheese and avacado in a corn tortilla."

That sounds so good, I Love Love Love avocados, if they weren't so expensive I'd probably be eating them three times a day!

"I am a bit emotional about this, I know silly right but being able to add eggs back into my diet would be a GIANT step forward. "

Not silly at all, I'm so happy for you that you can eat eggs! I totally understand, hope it's still going well for you. :)

Today, Dinner for Breakfast. Last night for dinner I tried to make Baked Acorn Squash With Apples, and the squash did not turn out. I was so disappointed, but I'm having the apples in my hot cereal this morning and they turned out good!

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