- Sautéed potatoes and scrambled eggs (cook extra potatoes the night before, then just slice and fry lightly).
- Crackers and smoked salmon/tapenade/houmous/egg mayo.
- Eggy bread (beat egg with a little soya milk, salt and pepper, dip bread in and fry without oil in a non-stick pan. This is a very good way of eating up rubbery old GF bread as it makes it palatable! John Lewis frying pans are the best I've found as they are light and the non stick actually works.).
- Soya youghurt + fruit. Add banana slices for a more filling breakfast.
- Rice porridge with jam/syrup. (use rolled rice flakes with soya milk and microwave for 4 mins for an economical and filling breakfast - sold in sainsburys by the rice and pulses).
- GF cereal + Soya Milk (although GF cereals can be very expensive and quite fatty/sugary).
- Soft-boiled Egg and soldiers. (essential to get some quality GF bread for this otherwise it will fall apart and you won't be able to dip! - see my brand foods list).
- Full English. Most baked beans are GF (check label. Maize starch is fine but you must avoid the sausagey beans), McCain's hashbrowns, Black farmer sausages and obviously, tomatoes, mushrooms and bacon are all GF. Heinz tomato ketchup is GF.
Wednesday, July 7, 2010
Posted by Gluten-free Mama UK at 3:14 PM