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WOW, thanks to all of you for all of the great Breakfast ideas! I can't wait to make some of these.

Have a great week everyone!

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Sorry if this has been posted already (I'm kind of skimming the thread).

I like muffin frittatas:

crack 8-10 eggs into a bowl

add chopped veggies of choice (tomato, green onion etc. etc.)

canadian bacon, sausage and/or cheese is optional

mix it all together. pour into greased muffin tins and bake for about 10 mintues, or until cooked. you can freeze them and re-heat each morning for quick breakfasts. (I've successfully reheated in the oven and the microwave - be careful not to overcook initially if you'll use a microwave).

I stole the idea from someone on this board (don't remember who though)


Holy crap that sounds good! We're having that for dinner! (I'm backward, dinner for breakfast and breakfast for dinner)

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You go to Hunt Valley don't you? I used to go there but the store where I live in Harrisburg opened 3 weeks ago so it is so much closer. The gluten free aisle is nice and big though.

Yup. I go to Hunt Valley. I don't go too often because it's about an hour away. I didn't know Harrisburg got one. I might have to take a ride up.


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You go to Hunt Valley don't you? I used to go there but the store where I live in Harrisburg opened 3 weeks ago so it is so much closer. The gluten free aisle is nice and big though.

Hey, cool- we have family in Harrisburg! :D


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I like muffin frittatas:

I stole the idea from someone on this board (don't remember who though)


You got that recipe from me me Mango :D:D

I was just about to post it, you beat me to it!

Also, what about smoothies with different combinations of fruit, yogurt, juices, protein powder, etc.

I have a recipe for a super easy oven baked pancake that I used to make when I was eating gluten, I have tried it with a gluten-free baking mix and it came out pretty decent:

3 eggs

1/2- 1 cup gluten-free baking mix (1/2 c flour makes a lighter airier puffed up pancake and 1 c flour makes a thicker denser bread/cake like pancake)

1/2 cup water, milk, or milk substitute (i.e. rice milk)

2 tbsp butter

Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Put the butter into the oven proof skillet and then into the oven to melt. Beat the three eggs with a wisk and then add the baking mix and the liquid of choice and wisk until blended together.

Carefully take the hot skillet out of the oven and swirl around the melted butter to coat the bottom and sides of the skillet and then pour the pancake batter into the skillet. Bake for about 20 minutes (depending on which mix you use it might differ slightly)

I sliced it in wedges and topped with maple syrup and sauteed cinnamon apples.

**I experimented with Pamelas Baking and Pancake Mix, gluten-free Pantry Quick Mix, and Namaste Pancake and Waffle Mix so far, each yielded different results.

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