Post Thanksgiving Breakfast

Apple Muffins and Kale Smoothie

With the amount of food consumed on Thanksgiving you may want something light for breakfast the next morning, especially with a house full of guests. How about making some smoothies and muffins for everyone? The muffins can be made a head of time and stored in the refrigerator or freezer until needed. This allows you to sleep in and not need to dirty up anymore dishes post Thanksgiving. Making up a few light and refreshing smoothies can make a great treat for anyone to enjoy.

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Raw Vegan Morning Seed Bars

These bar are super filling and delicious. They make the perfect breakfast meal with some fruit and or yogurt. They are also full of healthy goodness that will keep you energized for the day. You can substitute the dried cherries for cranberries, raisins, chocolate chips, or really anything to make them more fitted for you.

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Trail Mix Energy Balls

Trail Mix Energy Balls

These balls are great for a breakfast, snack, or a quick energy boost during the day. They are both sweet and salty and super filling as well. These balls use some great healthy replacements to make you feeling better with each bite. Coconut nectar is a great substitute for honey that acts as a great sweetener alternative. It naturally contains vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients.

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Gluten-Free Coconut Panacakes

Gluten Free Coconut Pancakes

And in the morning I’m making…pancakes! These pancakes are so delicious. Even with the coconut they are not super sweet, but they do have a great natural sweetness to them. They are also just as easy to make as making them from a box. I like to add honey or coconut butter to the top with some cut up strawberries and coconut flakes, but you could add any of your favorite pancake toppings to yours.

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Gluten Free Asparagus & Cheese Strata

Asparagus & Cheese Strata

For Christmas Day I decided to make this Strata for a little brunch after we finished with all the Christmas festivities. I woke up early that morning to make it and let it chill in the fridge until we were ready, but you could make it the night before and bake it in the morning. I had served it with some bratwursts (for the meat eaters of course) and fruit salad, but you could have it on its own as well.

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Autumn Gluten Free Scones

Orange and Cranberry Scones

I really wanted to bake something for breakfast, so I decided to bake some scones. After consulting the family and friends as to whether or not they wanted cranberry or pumpkin the results had been a mash up of the two. I decided that rather than choosing which one to make, I would just make both flavors. I am not great at being able to come up with my own gluten free baking creations; so after searching the web I found these two amazing recipes. Both of which make delicious flavor packed scones that are still moist as any great scone should be. I added cinnamon on top of my pumpkin ones for a bit more of that pumpkin pie flavor.

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