Friday, August 17, 2012

Gluten Free Breakfast Sandwiches

So what do you do when you finally get your hands on a good piece of Gluten Free bread?!

You make a breakfast sandwich with it, of course! :)

To make the breakfast sandwiches, I recommend either using the King Arthur Bread Mix that I discussed in yesterday's post to make your own loaf of yummy Gluten Free deliciousness OR buying a loaf of Udi's bread.


Udi's is amazing in that it's a completely Gluten Free company and they offer a variety of safe Gluten Free products. We've tried them all. They have sandwich breads, bagels, hamburger + hotdog buns, granola (Chloe's favorite!), and even muffins. I haven't had a single problem with this brand, therefore, I have no reservations recommending it to everyone else. 

We're in the safe zone people! All signs point to go and buy it! ;)


A little disclaimer though...
Don't forget that any time you buy a Gluten Free product at a store, you always run the risk of cross-contamination. You didn't make it, so you didn't see how it was made or what went into it. Make sense?!

Does it detour me? Sometimes. But some days, especially on a Friday after a long week...I just want to go buy the darn loaf from the store instead of having to make it! I know you know what I mean. ;)

Moving on...
This past week, while Stanton (hubby) was still on vacation + home with us, we had a chance to whip up some breakfast together as a family. 

These are the Gluten Free Breakfast Sandwiches that we made:


We started by cracking SIX eggs into a bowl, whisking them together + adding them to a pan. We also added a pinch of salt + pepper for taste.


For add-ins, we chose GF sliced deli turkey and cheese.





Remember that you can mix in anything you want with the scrambled eggs. Well, as long as it's Gluten Free, of course! We've included add-ins such as: onions, bell peppers, ham, pancetta, avocado, tomato, various cheeses, etc. The sky is the limit so get creative and see what you can come up with! 

We also love to add mustard to ours.


And we usually toast the bread before adding our scrambled eggs with the add-ins to it.


Note: DON'T put GF bread in a toaster that's had typical gluten bread in it. That's cross-contamination, folks!

Want to skip the bread?
Just make a 'scramble' instead and serve it with a tall glass of freshly squeezed orange juice!

Got a picky eater who doesn't like eggs? (I do! I do!)


Add peanut butter to that toast (or jelly too!) + you're good to go! 


I hope you enjoy this early morning meal! I know it doesn't seem like rocket science or like I reinvented the wheel here, but sometimes as a newly diagnosed person with celiac or person who's giving this "Gluten Free thing" a go -- we forget about the simplest things we can make!

I'll be back tomorrow with a great dinner idea and the details regarding House 54's First Feature will be posted on Saturday! 

Happy Friday Everyone + Happy Gluten Free Eating! 

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