I've been getting up much earlier these days to head to town when my sweetie drives to work. But it doesn't leave much time for cooking and eating breakfast at home. I'm perfecting the techniques for GF breakfast on the go.
1) Make a big pot of brown rice or quinoa on sunday. Store this in the fridge.
2) in the a.m. mix a cup of your rice with an assortment of additions, half a can of black beans, sesame seeds, lemon juice and chile powder. Or a cup of blue berries, walnuts, hemp seeds, dried cranberries and almond milk.
3) Learn to poach eggs. Two poached eggs is pretty fast to cook, avoids messy frying or scrambling ( less to clean in the morning rush). Poached eggs live very nicely on top of your breakfast mix in a container to take with you to the coffee shop, or work, or wherever you choose to SIT DOWN for your breakfast.
4) Warm up your breakfast, SIT DOWN. Find the time to sit for 30 min to eat. Dont eat in the car, or while running out the door. Eating must be done in a relaxed fashion. Make a cup of tea to go with your breakfast as you sit and enjoy your gluten free breakfast with egg protein. Sit, relax, enjoy!
5)If you are really on top of it have a pile of steamed greens in the fridge ready to add to your bowl of goodies, or make a blueberry fiber bowl( with sesame, flax seeds, fish oil and molasses)
6) beware if you go out to a greasy spoon thinking you are ordering a plain egg omellete. Places like IHOP add pancake batter to the omellete eggs. ACK! Dont ask why i was at IHOP, but they did at least write this bit of info on the menu. Make sure the server knows that you must have PLAIN regular eggs with NO additions, no batter, no milk, no egg replacer. JUST PLAIN EGGS, please!