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10 Gluten-Free Breakfast Recipes

Gluten-Free Banana Bread

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Never fear, gluten-free friends: You can have your bread and eat it too with this recipe. Not only is it delicious, it also packs other health benefits thanks to the bananas. They are a rich source of potassium and even help alleviate water retention and bloating. Slice up your loaf and keep it around for a breakfast you can grab on the go.

Click here to get the full recipe from Girl Makes Food blog.

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Fresh Fruit Parfait

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The classic parfait is a healthy breakfast option that never fails, and rejoice! It's a cinch to prepare gluten-free. This twist on the simple recipe is another on-the-go option that is quick to make and will fill you up with its protein, complex carbs, and healthy fats. Plus, pile on the berries to rack up its antioxidant score. Just make sure you stick with gluten-free granola, and you can't go wrong!

Click here for a delicious gluten-free granola recipe from Cannelle et Vanille blog

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Gluten-Free Pancakes

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Sometimes you want just want plain ol' pancakes for breakfast—and we get that. Good news: No longer do you need loads of buttermilk and wheat flour to make them. This gluten-free recipe from the blog Gluten-Free Goddess uses soy milk, honey, almond and buckwheat flour, and coconut oil to replicate the classic recipe so you can enjoy them without the guilt. Sprinkle with berries for extra nutrients.

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Scrambled Tofu

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This scramble resembles your classic egg dish without the dairy, and of course, it's completely gluten-free. Not only is it packed with protein to keep you full throughout the day, did you know that tofu is a natural appetite suppressant? Add your favorite veggies for more vitamins and minerals.

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Quinoa Porridge

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With cinnamon, ginger, vanilla, and nutmeg on the ingredients list, this porridge recipe is anything but bland. Plus, since it's made from quinoa, it is protein-packed and will keep you fueled throughout your day. Bonus: It's also vegan!

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Baked Eggs in Prosciutto-Filled Portobello Mushroom Caps

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This gluten-free friendly breakfast is an amazing mix of nutritious and delicious. The ingredient list is short, but the primary ingredient, eggs, is a great source of protein. And did you know that Portobello mushrooms can fight depression? Eat up!

Click here to get the full recipe from Paleo Spirit blog.

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Raw Banana Nut Bars

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There's so much we could say about these, but we'll focus on the almonds. One ounce provides half your daily vitamin E—more than any other nut! It also supplies 8 percent of your daily calcium needs. Make a batch of these on Sunday to have a perfect, gluten-free, raw, vegan, and commute-friendly breakfast option all week. (Just make sure you choose a protein powder that is gluten-free!)

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Gluten-Free Raspberry Muffins

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Everyone's had blueberry muffins, but it's time to let raspberries have their share of the spotlight. They are known to contain a ketone that shows interesting fat-loss effects, and their tartness coupled with vanilla and almond flour makes for a delicious, low-cal, and satisfying treat.

Click here to get the full recipe at The Holistic Nutritionista blog.

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Swiss Chard and Goat Cheese Frittata

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This dish can be enjoyed any time of day! And we recommend it: Both eggs and chard are a great source of biotin, a B vitamin that stimulates new cell growth and keeps your hair beautiful and healthy. So eat up for strong locks!

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Smoked Salmon and Dill Hash with Fried Eggs

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This breakfast is hearty enough to be brunch! It's packed with protein and important carbs that will fuel you all day long. And it's perfect for all of you strong athletes since salmon helps you avoid stress fractures and tendonitis, according to a study by the State University of New York, Buffalo.

Click here to get the full recipe from Big Girls, Small Kitchen.

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