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2012

Gluten-Free Dairy Free Holiday Breakfast Recipes

Gluten Free Breakfast Recipes for the Holidays

Here are just some of my Favorite Allergy-Friendly Holiday Breakfast Recipes that I like to whip up during these cozy winter weekends.

And although it is not always cold or blustery during our Arizona winters here, we like to at least pretend it is on the weekends…even if we do have to crank down the Air Conditioning just to make it cool enough to justify that fire burning in the fireplace …

And hey. Those AC vents sure help to spread the yummy smells of these breakfast treats, as they are cooking, all through the house. ;)

All of these recipes are Gluten-free and Dairy-free... but they are all easily made free of lots of other allergens too…

So..here ya go!

Our 4 Favorite Gluten-free Dairy-free Holiday Breakfast Recipes:

First up – Chocolate Dessert Waffles for Breakfast. These are my boy’s favorite breakfast treat. They usually only show up on the table during the holidays. They go really fast around here too. You have to act fast to make sure you get some of these before they are gone.

Gluten Free Dairy Free Breakfast ideas for the Holidays: Chocolate Dessert Waffles

Next on the menu: Cinnamon Bun Cake with an Eggnog Glaze – this one is perfect to serve to guests. They will surely be impressed (and totally will not realize how easy this one is to whip up). It looks (and tastes) like a giant cinnamon roll, but without all of the cinnamon-roll-fuss.

Gluten Free Cinnamon Bun Cake

Another quick, yet impressive, one: Grain-Free Apple Puff Pancake. This is actually so quick to throw together, and you actually whip the batter up in your blender. It puffs up beautifully while it bakes and all of the caramelized apples that you laid on the bottom rise right up to the top for a yummy treat.

Grain free Apple Puff Pancake

 And then there is my personal favorite: Overnight Cinnamon Raising Oatmeal CAKE!! One of the reasons I like this one so much is that you make it the night before and just pop it in the oven in the morning. Those are my kind of mornings. It smells amazing and tastes even better. It is like eating cake for breakfast…only way healthier!

Overnight Breakfast Recipe

There you have it. These are what just happen to make it into our breakfast rotation over and over again during the holidays. I just thought I would share with you all in case you were looking for some easy family-friendly breakfasts for the coming holiday mornings.

Enjoy!

What are some of your favorite holiday morning treats. Share them below! :)

 
Kim Maes - Allergy Free Food CoachKim Maes, CNC, AADP, known as the Allergy Free Food Coach, is a Certified Nutrition and Wellness Consultant and Certified in the Practical Application of Food Allergy Guidelines.. She is also the creator of the Cook It Allergy Free iPhone and iPad Apps and the Cook It Allergy Free website, where she shares her passion for teaching others how easy and delicious it can be to eat whole, pure allergy-friendly meals that the entire family will enjoy.

8 Comments
  1. On November 30, 2012 Sarena said

    Good grief that all looks so good! I normally make my cinnamon bun bread, egg casserole and cinnamon bread for holiday breakfasts. I like to keep it simple and delicious!

    • On November 30, 2012 Kim-Cook It Allergy Free said

      Sarena, all of your treats sound awesome too! I love making things that can be done the night before or thrown together quickly so that I do not have to spend all morning in the kitchen! :)

  2. On November 30, 2012 Tessa Simpson said

    I pinned three of these to try Kim, thank you!

  3. On December 1, 2012 InTolerant Chef said

    These sure look yummy indeed! We like tropical fruit salads for our hot weather Christmas and lots of chilled juice :)

    • On December 2, 2012 Kim-Cook It Allergy Free said

      That’s right. I forget that you are hot there during Christmas. :) A tropical salad sounds wonderful!

  4. On December 2, 2012 Diane Eblin- thewhol said

    YUM YUM YUM!!!! I’ll be right over.

    • On December 2, 2012 Kim-Cook It Allergy Free said

      Your seat is waiting. You know…it only takes about 5 1/2 hours if you don’t take a potty break… :D

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