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    Hey everyone,
    Looking for more ideas for breakfast on GlutenFree/IC diet. I have to be at work at 7 AM and I usually breakfast at my desk. I have made the muffins that are on the ICN shop. I also eat Chex cereal rice or corn.
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  • #2
    Re: Gluten free breakfast ideas

    I find that scrambled eggs works very well for me --- I don't have celiac so I usually have a piece of toast with them. Most stores have gluten free bread so you might want to try that.

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    • #3
      Re: Gluten free breakfast ideas

      Try Van's frozen waffles and french toast sticks - very good!


      • #4
        Re: Gluten free breakfast ideas

        gluten free pancakes(you can make them ahead and freeze them). French toast using gluten free bread,fruit,gluten free bagels, egg sandwhich and gluten free bread, green smoothie(I have a nutribullet and love it)
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        • #5
          Re: Gluten free breakfast ideas

          One of my favorite breakfasts is a bowl of blueberries covered with greek yogurt. I usually add some sort of nut as well for extra protein. Another great breakfast is a smearing of avocado on a slice of whole grain gluten free bread if you can find some. Finally, if you have a microwave nearby, I like oatmeal especially because I can switch up the flavors easily so I don't get bored. I find any of these options are sustaining and help me make it all the way to lunch before I get too hungry again.
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