These gluten free breakfast ideas have been sponsored by Udi’s®. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
If you’re like me, you might reach for the same breakfast foods over and over again. Changing things up can seem daunting, but it doesn’t have to be!
This list of gluten free breakfast recipes is full of both quick and easy options as well as impressive main dishes. A lot of them center around Udi’s® Gluten Free Granola because it’s a favorite of mine that has had a spot in my cupboard for the last half decade.
Udi’s® has recently improved the taste and texture of their granola with more flavors, the same simple ingredients, and more clusters! You know I’m a sucker for a good cluster. This certified gluten free granola is easy to find in the cereal aisle of your nearest Walmart, so you won’t need to hunt down a different section of a specialty grocery store. That’s the kind of convenience I need when doing my shopping.
I hear from a lot of readers who are cooking for others that have dietary restrictions. This kind of situation offers special challenges because you might not be personally educated on the special diet needs but you want to do your best to accommodate those you love.
I really love this community we’ve built here around food, love, and differences. Maybe you’re here looking for recipes and you don’t eat gluten or maybe you’re cooking regularly or occasionally for someone else who doesn’t.
While I personally eat gluten regularly, I have a few extended family members who I love to cook for that definitely do not. I thought it would be great to share a few gluten free breakfast ideas (that also happen to be either vegetarian or vegan) for offering to those people in your life, serving to overnight guests, or just enjoying on your own. It turns out that just because something is gluten free doesn’t mean you have to be gluten free to eat it.
Almond Butter Apple Rings
Slice apples horizontally, remove any seeds, and spread with creamy almond butter. Sprinkle with Udi’s Gluten Free Granola, mini chocolate chips, or chia seeds for a little something extra.
These are a bit of a showstopper breakfast but would be great for serving larger crowds a lazy brunch. I normally serve these with bread and luckily, Udi’s has a line of hearty artisan breads that would be perfect for keeping this gluten free.
Both of these can be made gluten free by using gluten free oats. They offer a high protein, easily portable breakfast that you can grab and go on your way out the door. They also make a great snack to bring to new mothers!
This is another one to save for lazier weekend brunches but a great, filling main dish. Consider serving them with a side of fruit for a totally balanced breakfast.
Udi’s Gluten Free Granola in Milk
This is the ultimate easy breakfast. Pour some Udi’s Gluten Free Granola in a bowl and top with milk or almond milk (I like to add a few blueberries to the bowl). The granola offers 5–8 grams of protein per serving and comes in delicious new flavors like almond butter, chocolate coconut, and apple cinnamon!
Whole Milk Yogurt with Honey, Fruit and Udi’s Gluten Free Granola
I rarely go a week without having at least one yogurt bowl. The topping ideas are endless, but I recommend local honey; fresh fruit such as berries, blood oranges, or pomegranate seeds; and a generous scoop of Udi’s Gluten Free Granola.
Fried Eggs with Leftover Mashed Potato Cheesy Vegetarian Hash
This is a great one around the holidays. If you’re having overnight guests and want to use up leftover mashed potatoes from the night before, fry it all in a pan for a savory gluten free breakfast option.
This can easily be made gluten free by using gluten free oats, will serve a crowd, and is completely vegan as well!
This healthy yet sweet breakfast is ready in the time it takes you to shower, making it an easy way to eat right in the morning. This would also be great with a sprinkling of Udi’s Gluten Free Granola.
Remember to find Udi’s Gluten Free Granola in the cereal aisle of your local Walmart, along with anything else you might need for one of these easy recipes. Do you have a favorite gluten free breakfast? Let me know in the comments so I can give it a try!