Rise and Shine with 55 of the Best Gluten-Free Breakfast Recipes

Good morning, sunshine! Hungry?

So are we!

It’s a comfort to know we have a wide selection of some of the best breakfast recipes, right at our fingertips.

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And for those of you searching for gluten-free options, your rumbling tummies will be just as satisfied! We have a long list of both sweet and savory recipes that have no wheat-based products.

Here’s just a small taste of what you can enjoy when the sun rises:

Sip on a fruity and creamy chocolate banana smoothie, savor a potato zucchini frittata, slice into a fluffy buckwheat buttermilk waffle, bake a batch of homemade fig newtons for on the go, or munch on crunchy bites of coconut almond chia granola!

So wipe the sleep from your eyes, early birdies, and read our roundup now.

You’ll find a variety of dishes in the following tasty breakfast categories:

Brew the coffee, and let’s eat!


As an incredibly versatile and mild-flavored base, eggs are a beloved breakfast ingredient!

Whisk them to make omelets, quiches, and frittatas, crack and fry a few over-easy in olive oil or plopped in a bed of kale, or scramble them with veggies and meats.

Peruse a few of our favorite suggestions below.

1. Asparagus and Mozzarella Omelet

With a filling of melty mozzarella, you’ll be in cheese-pull heaven with every forkful of this easy asparagus omelet!

Horizontal image of an omelet filled with asparagus and mozzarella cheese on a white rectangular plate.
Photo credit: Katherine and Eddie D’Costa

And for a bright garnish, complete the dish by sprinkling the pillow top with freshly grated lemon zest and chopped chives.

Here’s the recipe for you.

2. Crustless Vegetable Quiche

If you love a good quiche, but want to avoid both the labor and calories of a buttery crust, make this crustless version!

Horizontal top-down image of a breakfast table with coffee, slices of orange in a bowl, and a baked vegetable and egg dish next to a napkin surrounded by scattered fresh chives.
Photo credit: Leslie Morrison

Use your favorite veggies to mix into the eggs. Right now, we’re loving this recipe, with bell peppers, asparagus, spinach, and Monterey jack cheese!

Get the recipe now.

3. Kale and Eggs

Kale and eggs go together like peas and carrots! Peanut butter and jelly! It’s one of our favorite healthy breakfast combos.

Horizontal image of a bed of kale in a skillet topped with gently cooked eggs.
Photo credit: Fanny Slater

Enjoy bites of earthy kale with forkfuls of soft egg and runny yolk. Crumbled fresh goat cheese adds a creamy texture and tangy taste.

Get this easy recipe on Foodal.

4. Mini Green Onion Frittatas

Got a green thumb? You’ll love these mini green onion frittatas!

Horizontal image of mini frittatas with green onions and peas.
Photo credit: Nikki Cervone

They’re mixed with vibrant, green veggies like fresh scallions and peas. And for a creamy, salty layer of flavor, a handful of crumbled feta cheese does the trick.

Read more here.

5. Mushroom Gruyere Crustless Quiche

This crustless quiche is meant for the breakfast table, but we think it’s versatile enough to be savored at any time of day!

Horizontal image of a crustless quiche in a pie pan garnished with fresh dill.
Photo credit: Fanny Slater

We combine leeks and fennel with meaty mushrooms, Gruyere, and fontina. Bake the mix in a pie plate, and enjoy big wedges alongside your coffee in the morning… or with your wine for dinner!

Make it now.

6. Overnight Egg Bake

Uh-oh… did you just find out that your family is coming in to visit TOMORROW?!

You still have time to make an amazing breakfast for them, believe it or not.

Horizontal image of a breakfast bake scene.
Photo credit: Nikki Cervone

This egg casserole loaded with veggies, meat, and cheese is your tasty solution for a worry-free meal fit for a crowd. Make it the night before, bake it in the morning.

Get the recipe now.

7. Poached Eggs

There are certain essentials every home chef should know. How to cook rice. How to boil pasta.

And how to poach the perfect egg.

Horizontal image of poached eggs next to toast spread with marmalade.
Photo credit: Nan Schiller

You’ll thank us later, after you’ve impressed the gang with one of the chef-iest techniques you can master.

Find our guide here.

8. Potato and Beet Green Hash

Your typical breakfast hash can get so heavy and greasy, with tons of carbs and fatty meats.

Lighten it up a little!

Horizontal image of a beet green and potato hash in a skillet with a wooden spoon on a towel.
Photo credit: Raquel Smith

In this healthier vegetarian saute, we mix fresh beet greens with potatoes, and top it all with runny eggs.

Make it for breakfast soon.

9. Potato Zucchini Frittata

Thank the food gods that Parmigiano Reggiano is gluten free.

Vertical image of a zucchini and potato frittata wedge.
Photo credit: Raquel Smith

We like to top off our summery potato zucchini frittata with a nice sprinkling of cheese before we broil it in the oven to get it perfectly golden!

Check out the recipe right now.

10. Rice Cooker Frittatas

Here’s a fun cheat for breakfast: make a tasty frittata… in your rice cooker!

Horizontal image of a frittata cooked in a rice cooker insert.

We enjoy finding ways to creatively use our kitchen equipment for multiple purposes. Join the fun for breakfast.

Learn how to use this trick here.

11. Roasted Asparagus, Cheese, and Sausage Frittata

Our Italian-inspired frittata dish has it all for an easy and hearty breakfast.

Horizontal close-up image of a wedge of vegetable and meat frittata on a brown plate.
Photo credit: Nikki Cervone

You’ll find tender roasted asparagus, fresh herbs, seared and crumbled sweet sausage, and generous amounts of cheese.

We like this frittata thick and fluffy in a 10-inch skillet, but you can choose to cook it in a 12-inch pan for a thinner end result.

Read more now.

12. Sausage and Egg Breakfast Heap

For a simple skillet meal – and the perfect solution to a hangover – nothing satisfies quite like a breakfast heap!

Horizontal image of a plateful of a savory breakfast heap.
Photo credit: Meghan Yager

The combo of potatoes, mixed vegetables, sausage, and eggs will keep you full and happy well into the afternoon.

Here’s the recipe.

13. Super Veggie Breakfast Scramble

Super in both flavor and nutrition!

Top down view of a white ceramic plate full of a Super Veggie Breakfast Scramble made with sliced veggies and scrambled eggs.
Photo credit: Raquel Smith

Our gluten-free and keto recipe, we mix scramble eggs with a colorful medley of vegetables – onions, mushrooms, Brussels sprouts, and bell peppers, to name a few.

Learn how to make the recipe.

14. Sweet Potatoes and Broccoli with Fried Egg

We combine sweet potatoes and broccoli to make a beautiful, delicious bed for eggs fried over-easy in olive oil.

Horizontal image of breaking into an egg over a bed of broccoli and sweet potatoes with salsa.
Photo credit: Raquel Smith

Serve with your favorite salsa, and watch that yolk flow alllllll over everything… so pretty!

Check out the recipe now.

15. Sweet Potato Hash

This veggie-studded sweet potato hash recipe is a sight for sore, sleep-crusted eyes!

Horizontal image of a sweet potato hash on a white plate.
Photo credit: Fanny Slater

You’ll wake right up after eating the colorful mix of crunchy bell pepper, tender sweet potato, savory onion and garlic, and smoky paprika.

And for the ultimate fresh finish, we top it off with fresh, fragrant basil.

Give your morning a bright start, and make the hash soon.

Oats, Seeds, and Grains

You won’t have any issues consuming your daily intake of fiber with any of the following hearty dishes!

Get warm and cozy with hot porridge and oatmeal, or grab a container of homemade crisp and crunchy granola when you’re on the run.

You’ll be set, as long as you have healthy pantry staples like oats, quinoa, amaranth, nuts, and seeds in stock at home.

Just make sure you buy gluten-free oats!

16. Amaranth Porridge

Amaranth is a pseudocereal with an earthy and nutty flavor and a chewy texture. And it’s a unique option for making a creamy porridge!

Horizontal image of amaranth porridge in bowls garnished with cubed mango and shredded coconut.
Photo credit: Libby and Dalton Bloom

Amaranth porridge is a hot and creamy dish with a hearty texture. You’ll never eat those sugar-laden breakfast cereals again!

We like to top ours with fresh fruits and coconut shreds – feel free to customize.

Get the recipe on Foodal.

17. Chocolate Granola

Look, we can hardly blame you. We crave chocolate as soon as we wake up, too. And our mission is to satisfy those cravings as healthfully as possible!

Horizontal image of chocolate granola in bowls on a towel, next to a jar of poured granola.
Photo credit: Leslie Morrison

This chocolate granola has helped us out many a morning, with its clusters of oats, cocoa powder, dried cherries, and pistachios.

Find the instructions right here.

18. Coconut Almond Chia Granola

Here’s a secret we want to share with you: you can seriously add any combo of your favorite nuts and seeds to granola, and it will taste amazing!

Vertical close-up image of a white bowl with nutty granola.
Photo credit: Raquel Smith

The proof is in the pudding granola, with this vegan coconut almond chia seed recipe, lightly sweetened with maple syrup.

Read the article now.

19. Easy Homemade Granola

Here’s one of the easiest granola recipes you’ll find!

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Photo credit: Felicia Lim

You can bake this crunchy mix with nuts, oats, and dried fruits in big batches, so you can have a healthy and hearty breakfast for the whole week.

This is a true lifesaver for busy mornings – enjoy it on its own, or mix it with milk for a simple cereal, or use it as a garnish over yogurt.

Get the recipe now.

20. Fruit and Chocolate Granola Bars

We can’t help ourselves… we love chocolate. It’s obvious, isn’t it?

Vertical image of a stack of four homemade granola bars wrapped in paper and tied with string, on a dark brown wood surface with more bars on rectangular pieces of parchment paper, with scattered oats and chocolate chips.
Photo credit: Meghan Yager

Our fruit and chocolate granola bars continue the chocolaty obsession. Crunchy, gooey, and sweet, they make for a satisfying grab-and-go breakfast when you’re in a hurry.

Find the recipe here.

21. Grain-Free Granola with Sorghum Syrup

Avoiding grains altogether?

We have a grain-free granola that will be your new go-to recipe to make all the time.

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Photo credit: Kelli McGrane

Mix together pumpkin seeds, pecans, almonds, shredded coconut, and sunflower seeds with a little coconut oil and sorghum syrup.

Get this delicious alternative now.

22. Nutty Cardamom Granola

Imagine how amazing your house will smell when you bake this granola recipe with cardamom and cinnamon! Divine!

Horizontal image of granola with dried apricots in a jar.
Photo credit: Kelli McGrane

Stepping away from the typical dried cranberry or raisin, this recipe uses dried apricots for a chewy balance along with the delectable crunch.

Here’s the recipe.

23. Overnight Oats

Don’t have time in the morning to make something completely from scratch?

Overnight oats will come to the rescue!

Horizontal image of overnight oats in glass jars topped with coconut and raspberries on a blue towel with bananas in the background.
Photo credit: Fanny Slater

This style of make-ahead meal allows you to enjoy a healthy breakfast you can take with you on the go.

Our version includes shredded coconut, chia seeds, and mashed banana. Top it with fresh raspberries for bursts of color and juiciness.

Read more now.

24. Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Oatmeal

Oatmeal that tastes like candy? We’ll take the biggest bowl, please!

Vertical oblique shot of two white ceramic bowls, one round and one square, filled with oatmeal topped with chocolate chips, with a glass bowl of creamy peanut butter and a white mug with a gold handle in the background, and a spoon stuck into the bowl in the foreground, on a dark brown wood surface with scattered oats and dark chocolate.
Photo credit: Meghan Yager

This creamy oatmeal finds inspiration from your favorite peanut butter cups. It’s a decadent, yet nutrient-packed, recipe you’ll feel good about eating.

Chocolate + Peanut Butter + Oatmeal = The best guilt-free indulgent breakfast ever!

Learn how to make it now.

25. Pistachio Granola Bars

You’ll never want to buy a prepackaged granola bar ever again when you realize how easy and less expensive it is to make your own!

Our sweet and chewy homemade pistachio granola bars are packed with chopped nuts, dried fruit, and oats.

Horizontal image of pistachio granola bars on a large white plate.
Photo credit: Nikki Cervone

They are bound together in mouthwatering matrimony by creamy almond butter and floral honey.

Read more right here.

26. Pumpkin Quinoa

Bring some warming spice and fall flavors to your morning routine with our pumpkin quinoa.

Horizontal image of pumpkin quinoa in a bowl topped with sliced almonds.
Photo credit: Kelli McGrane

After cooking quinoa on the stovetop, simply mix in pumpkin puree, assorted spices, and maple syrup. Serve each bowl with a generous handful of slivered almonds or chopped walnuts.

You can use store-bought pumpkin puree, or try making your own from scratch – it’s easy, especially with our tutorial for making pumpkin puree!

Read more now for this quinoa-based autumnal recipe.

27. Quinoa Oatmeal

Trying to find ways to increase your protein intake? Make this tasty alternative oatmeal using quinoa instead of oats.

Horizontal image of a hot quinoa porridge garnished with nuts and sliced strawberries.
Photo credit: Felicia Lim

We combine the quinoa with creamy coconut milk, aromatic vanilla, and sweet honey. Garnish this tasty bowl with almonds and fresh strawberries.

You can find this recipe here.

28. Slow Cooker Overnight Oatmeal

No need to sleepily cook your oatmeal when you wake up!

Vertical image of two white bowls filled with a creamy porridge topped with fresh fruit next to a red towel and metal spoons.
Photo credit: Fanny Slater

Bring out your best buddy Mr. Slow Cooker to help you the night before when you want to use up that container of steel-cut oats.

The sweet flavor from a little brown sugar pairs perfectly with the tart cranberries and apples.

Learn this technique now.

Pancakes, Crepes, and Waffles

All of us can really appreciate the relaxed joy of chilling out at home on a weekend off, and leisurely making a homemade brunch to share with family and friends.

Whether you’re crafting pancakes, crepes, or waffles, these classic brunch staples can easily be transformed into gluten-free versions.

29. Almond Flour Crepes

Yup, you can also make crepes totally free of wheat products!

Vertical image of a pile of thin pancakes on a white plate next to fresh blueberries.
Photo credit: Nikki Cervone

These light and buttery nut flour crepes use almond flour as the base. The delicately thin crepes can then be rolled or rolled with any of your favorite ingredients.

Try our recipe with roasted berries, but we also love the idea of roasted stone fruits like plums or peaches!

Read more now.

30. Buckwheat Buttermilk Waffles

Here it is, the perfect gluten-free version of a waffle: our buckwheat buttermilk waffles!

Horizontal image of two buckwheat waffles on a plate with a drizzle of maple syrup.
Photo credit: Kelli McGrane

Forget those frozen versions you stick in a toaster.

Crunchy on the outside, fluffy on the inside, whip up this batch at home for the whole family to enjoy at the table together. They’re great topped with blueberries and bananas.

Here’s the recipe. It’ll blow your mind!

31. Coconut Flour Pancakes

This recipe for coconut flour pancakes should be renamed as “pillows.” The pancakes are so soft and fluffy, and will melt in your mouth.

Vertical image of a fork with a stack of golden brown pancakes on a white platter with sliced fruit.
Photo credit: Fanny Slater

Dip them in maple syrup, and savor all morning long!

Get the recipe for these pancakes now.

32. Socca

Originating from the Ligurian Coast, this classic chickpea flour flatbread is easy to make in a skillet, first cooking on the stovetop before a final blast from the broiler.

Horizontal image of socca cut into wedges.
Photo credit: Fanny Slater

We infuse our batter with fresh rosemary for a floral finish.

Use this as a savory base for fried eggs and oven-cooked bacon, or go the vegetarian route by treating it like avocado toast.

Find the recipe here.

Smoothies and Frozen Treats

You need something you can take with you out the door, something that will give you ample sustenance and fresh flavors without creating a big mess.

Smoothies are the answer!

Quickly whizzed together in a blender and poured into a cup or travel tumbler, you’ll be an unstoppable force of nature.

In this section, we’ll also throw in other handheld frozen treats when you have some time to enjoy a fun and refreshing sweet treat!

33. Avocado Smoothie

Forgot about that super ripe avocado sitting on your table, didn’t you? We know exactly what to do with it…

Place it in a blender, along with ice, honey, vanilla, and fresh lime juice, and blend it up to make this refreshing smoothie.

Horizontal image of two glasses filled with an icy avocado beverage on top of a blue towel next to limes.
Photo credit: Meghan Yager

We add a little bit of collagen for an extra superfood health boost, but you can leave it out if you would like.

Read the recipe now.

34. Baked Apple Smoothie

This recipe is inspired by one of the best winter holiday desserts: pie!

Vertical image of part of a white smoothie in a glass with a cinnamon stick and apple slice garnish.
Photo credit: Nina-Kristin Isensee

This wintry spiced baked apple smoothie is a creamy spin on a baked apple pie, without all the carbs, gluten, and calories. And you can make it with just five simple ingredients.

Spread the holiday cheer with Foodal’s recipe.

35. Banana Avocado

We always have frozen bananas in stock in our freezer just to make tons of this simple, creamy smoothie!

Horizontal image of a green creamy drink topped with avocado, kiwi, and strawberries.
Photo credit: Fanny Slater

It makes for a quick breakfast with a fun green color to brighten your day.

Use the recipe to make for the whole family.

36. Blueberry Orange Banana Smoothie

If you want a fresh and fruity start to the day, give this blueberry orange banana smoothie a whirl.

Vertical image of two glasses filled with a vibrant purple thick drink with a red straw.
Photo credit: Meghan Yager

Packed with healthy ingredients and amazing flavors, your morning will taste so refreshing and revitalizing.

Foodal shares the recipe now.

37. Chocolate Banana Smoothie

Fool everyone with this chocolate banana beverage – they’ll think they’re drinking a heavy, decadent milkshake!

Horizontal image of a mason jar with a handle filled with a chocolate smoothie with a straw inserted into it.
Photo credit: Kelli McGrane

Little do they know that it’s all healthy ingredients blended together: kefir, milk, cocoa powder, flax or chia seeds, and bananas.

Carry on the indulgence with our recipe.

38. Coconut Chocolate Coffee Smoothie

Need caffeine? Instead of the same ol’ cup of coffee, make this creamy beverage idea instead.

Horizontal image of a frothy coffee beverage in a glass cup garnished with toasted coconut chips.
Photo credit: Fanny Slater

This healthy shake is made with coconut milk and bananas to provide you with the natural energy you need to power through your morning.

Foodal shares the recipe now.

39. Creamsicle Smoothie

Do you love reminiscing on all the fun childhood memories of enjoying an orange Creamsicle on a hot, sunny summer day?

Vertical image of two glasses filled with a colorful shake topped with a white layer next to fresh fruit.
Photo credit: Nikki Cervone

You can blend a bit of nostalgia with healthier ingredients in this sweet sipper!

Our version consists of two sections, an orange base topped with a creamy vanilla layer.

Learn how to make this fun frozen treat now.

40. Frozen Yogurt Popsicles with Oats and Blueberry Jam

Made with homemade berry jam, fresh blueberries, granola, and yogurt, these fro-yo popsicles are a handheld delight for breakfast.

Horizontal image of two frozen jam and granola popsicles with green handles.
Photo credit: Kendall Vanderslice

We think the kids will really have fun with these – they’ll love the combo of fruity flavors, bites of granola, and creamy yogurt.

Foodal shares the recipe.

41. Get Well Green Smoothie

Uh-oh. Do you have the sniffles?

When you feel the first sign of sickness, it’s time to make this get well green drink. Filled with fruits and veggies load with vitamins, this will help to boost your immunity.

Vertical oblique shot of two tall glasses filled with green smoothie and striped red and white straws, on a dark and light blue patterned cloth, with fresh produce in the background.
Photo credit: Meghan Yager

Get well soon!

Learn how to make it on Foodal.

42. Orange Ginger Sunshine Smoothie

You might not have a smile on your face first thing in the morning, but after a few sips of this orange ginger sunshine smoothie, you’ll be grinning from ear to ear!

Horizontal image of a frothy orange drink in a glass with an orange slice garnish.
Photo credit: Fanny Slater

With fresh oranges, ginger, and bananas, it’s a bright delight that will keep you smiling all day long.

Enjoy the recipe now.

43. Papaya Ginger Smoothie

Have fun all summer long with each tangy slurp of this tropical papaya ginger beverage.

Horizontal close-up image of a glass filled to the brim with a papaya beverage, with a straw and cinnamon sprinkle.
Photo credit: Lorna Kring

Blend all of the ingredients together for a healthy beverage that packs a punch of flavor.

Enjoy the recipe now.

44. Peaches and Greens Smoothie

Peaches and cream? We have something better: peaches and greens!

Horizontal image of a peaches and greens blended beverage in a cup with a peach garnish and a straw.
Photo credit: Meghan Yager

If you have trouble squeezing in those veggies every day, or if you have a picky eater in the family, try this smoothie. We blend kale with the other ingredients until everything is sweet and creamy.

Enjoy a nutrient-rich, tasty, and satisfying breakfast in minutes. No salad required.

Check out the recipe.

45. Pineapple Coconut Smoothie

This pineapple coconut smoothie is filled to the brim with healthy ingredients.

Horizontal image of a creamy pineapple drink next to glasses of spices and straws on a black tablecloth.
Photo credit: Lorna Kring

This plant-based beverage is a good choice for those looking to go non-dairy or with allergy concerns, and it’s naturally healthy with vitamin-rich citrus fruits.

And what’s even cooler – haha – is that we mix in stimulating spices like turmeric, ginger, and black pepper for an amazing contrast to the chilly, creamy base.

Read the recipe here.

46. Pomegranate Banana Smoothie

Creamy, tangy, and rich, this pomegranate banana smoothie has a beautiful balance between fruity and milky flavors.

Two stemless wine glasses containing a pink smoothie with white paper straws printed with gold metallic stars, on paper decorative coasters on top of a red and white checkered cloth, on a brown wood surface with an aqua painted backdrop.
Photo credit: Meghan Yager

Anyone would be happy waking up to a big cup of this gorgeous ruby-colored treat in the morning. Healthy eating never tasted and looked so good!

Get the easy recipe on Foodal now.

47. Strawberry Mango Smoothie

Strawberries and mangos are so sweet and juicy on their own, but when combined in a dreamy smoothie, they are magical together!

Horizontal image of two glasses filled with a light pink creamy drink garnished with a strawberry on one.
Photo credit: Meghan Yager

Be sure to study up on how to prep mango, if you’re using fresh whole fruit.

Perfect any time of year, feel free to use pre-frozen strawberries and mangoes if you don’t have the fresh fruit on hand.

Find the recipe on Foodal.

48. Tahini Banana Smoothie

Craving peanut butter in your smoothie? While tasty, it’s not the healthiest option if you’re choosing to use peanut butter with added sugar!

Horizontal image of two glasses filled with a tahini creamy beverage topped with cinnamon and toasted sesame seeds next to dates and cashews.
Photo credit: Nikki Cervone

Use tahini instead in our rich and creamy banana drink, naturally sweetened with dates and thickened with hemp seeds.

We think you’ll really like the flavor of the sesame seed paste paired with cinnamon, vanilla, and cashew milk.

Read the article now to get the recipe.

49. Tahini Fig Banana Popsicles

Yes, you can totally have popsicles for breakfast!

They are an ideal on-the-go treat that are particularly refreshing during the hot summer months.

Horizontal image of a pile of popsicles studded with figs.
Photo credit: Kendall Vanderslice

Make these sweet and savory ones, with banana, tahini, and honey-roasted fig. You deserve a little treat in the morning, especially if it has healthy ingredients that will keep you full during the first part of the day.

Read the instructions now.


If you prefer something sweet over something savory, we have a fun lineup of baked goodies for you to sink your teeth into!

In this section, seek the sweeter side of life with breads, cookies, doughnuts, and more.

50. Banana Bread

Classic banana bread gets a wheat-free makeover!

Vertical image of thick slices of a dark yellow baked loaf on a slate next to fruit and chocolate chunks.
Photo credit: Meghan Yager

Instead of wheat flour, we use a combination of almond flour and quinoa flour for the dry base.

With three mashed bananas and yogurt, it turns out super moist and lovely. Cut into thick slices and enjoy with a hefty smear of butter.

Learn how to make it.

51. Banana Chocolate Chip Cookies

Breakfast cookies, like these banana chocolate chip cookies, are a smart make-ahead breakfast choice for anyone with a sweet tooth.

Horizontal image of a scattering of oatmeal banana chocolate chip cookies on a wooden surface.
Photo credit: Nikki Cervone

The portions are sized perfectly for an individual serving, and the chocolate chips are sweet little presents everyone will love to bite into.

Go one step further in the made-from-scratch territory by making your own baking chocolate chips!

Here’s the recipe.

52. Boston Cream Doughnuts

What would this round up be of gluten-free breakfast foods without DOUGHNUTS?!

Horizontal image of a Boston cream doughnut with thick glaze.
Photo credit: Shanna Mallon

We have a fun recipe for you to try: a baked doughnut inspired by a Boston cream cake! We cut our cake-like doughnuts in half and fill them with vanilla cream, and glaze the top with a chocolate ganache.

So so so sooooo good!

Get the step-by-step recipe here.

53. Chewy and Fruity Breakfast Bars

With a moist and dense texture, these homemade breakfast bars with a fruity jam filling taste so much like cake that you’ll think you’re cheating on your diet!

Closeup of an oat sandwich-style breakfast bar with red jelly in the middle, on a square piece of white parchment paper, with a white pedestal-style serving dish in the background with more of the bars on top, and scattered uncooked oats around the base, on a dark brown wood surface.
Photo credit: Meghan Yager

They’re actually made with tons of healthy ingredients – so you can keep on indulging without that looming guilt over your head!

Get the recipe now.

54. Fig Newtons

Were you ever a fan of Fig Newtons?

We have a grown-up homemade version right here! We add in whole oats, oat flour, flax seeds, bananas and other nutritious ingredients.

Horizontal image of homemade Fig Newton bars.
Photo credit: Raquel Smith

Read more now.

55. Honey Lemon Muffins

Brighten up your morning muffins by adding some honey and lemon!

Our gluten-free honey lemon muffins are moist and light, with a subtle tang and lovely sweetness.

Horizontal image of a stack of muffins with lemons.
Photo credit: Meghan Yager

Our recipe also includes options to craft dairy-free and vegan versions.

Foodal shares the muffins here.

Good Gluten-Free Morning!

With Foodal’s round up of the best gluten-free breakfast recipes, you can eat all of your favorite breakfast foods without any wheat-based products.

Wheat can sleep in a little. We’re fine without it in the kitchen!

You can still enjoy a tall stack of pancakes, a cool and refreshing smoothie, or a warm and fluffy frittata. We’ve given you plenty of recipes you can use to brighten up all of your mornings from now on.

Horizontal image of a collage of gluten-free breakfast recipes, with a label in the center.

If you liked this round up, we recommend that you take a look at all of our gluten-free recipes for every meal of the day, from breakfast to dessert!

Which recipe will you try first? We’d love to know how you’ll be enjoying the first meal of the day, sans gluten! Leave a comment below for us.

Craving more gluten-free roundups? We dish up some fun collections with zero wheat! Enjoy every recipe among these three roundups next:

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About Nikki Cervone

Nikki Cervone is an ACS Certified Cheese Professional and cheesemonger living in Pittsburgh. Nikki holds an AAS in baking/pastry from Westmoreland County Community College, a BA in Communications from Duquesne University, and an MLA in Gastronomy from Boston University. When she's not nibbling on her favorite cheeses or testing a batch of cupcakes, Nikki enjoys a healthy dose of yoga, wine, hiking, singing in the shower, and chocolate. Lots of chocolate.

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