3 Gluten-Free Summertime Brunch Ideas that Frankly Rock the House
The topic of gluten-intolerance has been in the news a lot lately, and if you’re like me, you know people struggling with celiac’s disease or with some less chronic sensitivities to gluten. Having friends and family struggling with these conditions can make getting together for summer breakfasts and brunches a little awkward. Given that so many traditional breakfast items are loaded with glutens, one is left with either making several different breakfasts to accommodate the various dietary restrictions of one’s guests or, even worse, forcing gluten-sensitive guests to feel left out by showing up with their own breakfasts-for-one.
What a dilemma! Well, I think I’ve got an answer. Or three delectable answers, to be a bit more precise.
I’ve found three of the yummiest, most decadent gluten-free recipes for breakfasting or brunching anywhere in the blogosphere. In fact, they’re so dang good, you won’t get a quibble out of either your most carb-craving uncle or your most gluten-sensitive aunt. These three dishes are winners that let a cook make one breakfast for all your guests that sacrifices nothing in flavor – while making everyone feel included and comfortable.
Heck, with recipes this good, why wait – invite your friends to a summertime brunch today, without any feeling any guilt at all!
Christi Silbaugh’s take on Pumpkin Pancakes. Really, what can we say. One of the best homemade pancake recipes we’ve ever tried. Billed as melt in your mouth, and that really is true. What’s the real revelation, however, is just how light and airy they taste.
This recipe from our friends at Sensual Appeal is a big flavor surprise. Chocolatey with a hint of coffee overtones, it not only is gluten-free but also high in protein. If you watch the portions, this recipe’s a healthy treat that can even work for family and friends who are watching their carbs. Great for the student athletes, too!
My son can be a picky eater, but will basically eat almost anything topped with apple and cinnamon. So this ingenious casserole by Pam at ImACeliac.com works a treat. A bonus is that the recipe is also darn easy to make.