Gluten-free breakfast

Looking for gluten-free breakfast cereals that are both delicious and nutritious? Look no further. We’ve got some whole-food grains that will make your morning meal a delight. These gluten-free options are easy to prepare and perfect for a hearty start to your day.



Quinoa is a remarkable gluten-free grain-like crop with a light, fluffy texture and a gentle, nutty flavor when cooked. This versatile ingredient can be your go-to alternative for oats or muesli. It’s a top pick for vegans and vegetarians, boasting rich plant protein content and the full spectrum of essential amino acids. Quinoa is also packed with fiber, along with a range of essential nutrients including magnesium, B vitamins, iron, potassium, calcium, phosphorus, vitamin E, and beneficial antioxidants. Try preparing a pot of plain quinoa during your dinner prep and keep it in the fridge for easy breakfasts. Customize your quinoa with toppings like coconut, ground nuts, mixed seeds, cranberries, blueberries, or bananas. Simply add your preferred milk and a drizzle of honey for a delightful cereal.

Quinoa breakfast with fruit and nuts Quinoa dry grains








Sorghum is another fantastic gluten-free grain with a delectable nutty flavor when cooked. This grain is a rich source of vitamin B12, along with various B vitamins, magnesium, potassium, phosphorus, iron, zinc, fiber, antioxidants, and protein. You can enjoy sorghum as a grain-type cereal or whip up a creamy porridge. To savor its full flavor, serve it warm as porridge with coconut, crushed nuts and seeds, a touch of maple syrup, and almond milk

Sorghum porridgeSorghum dry cereal







Millet is known for its couscous-like texture, making it a versatile and satisfying breakfast option. This gluten-free grain offers a generous dose of fiber, vitamins B6, E, C, K, and calcium. To prepare, combine millet with water, milk, salt, cinnamon, and your choice of raisins or cranberries in a saucepan. Bring it to a boil, then let it simmer for 15-20 minutes. Sprinkle ground nuts, mixed seeds, and a drizzle of honey or maple syrup to add a touch of sweetness.


Millet PorridgeSorghum dry cereal






These complex carbohydrate breakfasts provide long-lasting energy to kickstart your day. To further balance your blood sugar levels, consider incorporating protein from sources like nuts, yogurt, or milk into your breakfast routine.