Are you sick and tired of not being able to eat a regular breakfast?
- Want to sink your teeth into a hot stack of pancakes?
- Do you crave a simple bowl of crunchy, chewy granola?
- Would you like some crisp toast with your coffee in the morning?
- How about a hearty sandwich later in the day?
These are all normal foods you can’t eat if you are gluten or grain sensitive.
But how in the world are you supposed to avoid this stuff every morning for the rest of your life?
I mean, really, what else is there to eat? And how many scrambled eggs can you eat before you are sick to death of them?
So, What Can You Do?
Skip breakfast? Watch the rest of your family eat the good stuff in front of you? Suffer in silence?
Don’t laugh – I know all about this, because I’ve done these exact things. You see, I have the same problem: I’m allergic to gluten and most grains. Not allergic enough to stop breathing when I eat the wrong foods, but enough to be really miserable when I do.
I know what it is like to endure debilitating headaches, achy joints and reflux so bad I can barely breathe – all from eating wheat and corn – the very stuff I happen to really like to eat. I can’t even tolerate rice or potatoes without getting bloated and crabby.
Does it keep me from eating them? I wish I could say yes, but the answer is no, not always. It’s a process. What I’ve learned to do, however, is to make small changes to my diet and my days of compliance are getting longer and longer.
So, What Helps?
What has helped me tremendously is getting my breakfast figured out. Because lunch and dinner are pretty darn easy, but breakfast is really tough. So, if you can get your day started right – odds are good that you’ll do fine the rest of the day.
So, how did I get breakfast figured out? I wrote a little cookbook! Simple as that. Actually, there is a bit more to the story. If you don’t really care to hear the details, but just want to know about the book and how it can make a difference in your life, skip the next section and go straight down to the bottom of the page.
Okay, back to the story…
So, my Dad happens to be an Allergist. One who now specializes in food allergies. Lucky me. (grin) I also happen to have worked with him in his office for close to 20 years. Writing the book was actually his idea.
When he would take patients off of grains, they usually got better quickly, but one question kept popping up. They wanted to know what they could eat for breakfast. We looked all over but could not find even one book specializing in gluten free and grain free breakfasts. Finally he asked me to do some research and come up with grain-free breakfast recipes that his allergic patients could use on a daily basis.
So I spent countless hours over the next six months researching, cooking and testing. Each recipe had to pass the taste test where it really counts – at home.
If you’re a parent trying to create grain-free recipes for an entire family, this is really a concern because you’re not only trying to please yourself, but you’re trying to please everyone you’re cooking for. And kids aren’t always too cooperative in trying new things.
So, my whole family helped out by playing guinea pig; my 13-year-old son, 11-year-old daughter, my toddler, and my baked-goods-loving husband put each of these recipes to the test. If a recipe didn’t pass my picky critics, or if it was too difficult to fix, it didn’t make it into the book. You will find their thoughts and comments on a lot of the recipe pages.
It was an enormous undertaking, but the result is a cookbook we use a lot in our kitchen. It doesn’t have a lot of pretty pictures – in fact, it doesn’t have any – what it does have is real recipes that taste great and are simple to make. They let you eat the foods you enjoy while avoiding the grains and gluten your body doesn’t tolerate.
This book has been a valuable resource for my patients. Having these great recipes on hand makes it so much easier to live a grain-free lifestyle on a long-term basis. All the recipes have been tested by real people and I have personally tried a number of them – they were very good.
I strongly recommend this recipe book for anyone who is eliminating gluten or grains from their diet! You will find it most helpful.
James T. Bishop, MD
The recipes will appeal to everybody – even those who have no problem with gluten or grains. And each recipe has its own ingredient list at the bottom of the page, which lets you flip through the book quickly to find recipes to use ingredients you already have!
I recommend that you keep this book close at hand and really use it. Write notes in the columns – star your favorite recipes. It’s okay to write in it. Really!
What a great cookbook! I use these recipes often. The kids love the waffles and the coleslaw hash browns are also a family favorite. They are quick, easy and taste good!
Gulf Shores, AL
So…What’s in the Book?
Here’s a Taste of what you’ll Discover:
- The Grain-Free Pantry
The exact ingredients you’ll want to buy that make delicious substitutes for grains.
- Egg Free and Milk Free Recipes
Lactose intolerant? You’ll find that you, too, can enjoy breakfast with this list of egg-free recipes and/or milk-free recipes like Very Berry Pancakes and Hot Apple Cereal.
- Eggs, Anyone?
In this section, you’ll find creative ideas for using eggs in the morning. From EZ Egg Cakes to Banana Eggs, you will never want to simply scramble eggs again! (page 8 )
- Mmm, Casseroles
With recipes like Creamy Custard, Comforting Quiche and Lotsa Meat Pie, once again you’ll be looking forward to breakfast! (page 15)
- Heavenly Hash Browns
No potatoes are included in these fabulous recipes! One of my very favorite recipes is in this section. (page 21)
- Finally, Pancakes!
You will love this section! From pancakes to waffles, these recipes will definitely sweeten up your morning!
- Biscuits, Breads and Muffins, Oh My!
This is a great chapter with recipes you won’t find in any other recipe book. You will even find a quick recipe to make bread in the microwave! Are you ready for some toast and jelly in the morning? (page 32)
- Cereal and Milk
These easy recipes are so versatile – you’ll never get bored! From creamy to crunchy, you can finally eat cereal again! (page 40)
- Other Good Stuff
This is a fun section filled with creative recipes like Almond Madness, Peppered Strawberries and Breakfast Balls. All easy to make and fun to eat! (page 46)
Just so you know, Fun & Fabulous Grain Free Breakfast Recipes usually sells for $25.95.
It’s a good deal at that price. Just think, for less than a buck a day you can use a different recipe every morning for more than a month. And don’t forget the bread recipes for your lunches!
Just the other day I made a simple peanut butter and jelly sandwich with Fabulous Flax Bread. Oh my gosh, was it good. And it was totally guilt free! I didn’t have to worry about waking up the next morning with a headache! Now what that would be worth to you?…to me it is absolutely priceless.
But anyway, right now, for a very limited time, I’m running a Controlled Marketing Evaluation. During this short testing period, you’ll get $10 off – which means you can get this exclusive collection of recipes for only $15.95. And that’s a great deal!
Just click one of the red links (like this one: Order Now) and you’ll be taken to my 100% secure order page.
However, this Special Offer won’t last! Once the marketing test is done, the price WILL go back up to the regular retail price of $25.95. So, don’t miss your chance to get it now at a great discount!
I know from first hand, personal experience that these recipes work. And I’m so confident you’ll be thrilled with them that I’m giving you the following 100% guarantee:
If you are not 100% satisfied for ANY reason,
I’ll refund your money!
You heard me correctly. These recipes will work for you. And I stand behind them 100%.
Don’t Wait! Order now and you can be reading through these recipes in minutes! It’s a digital book. You’ll receive simple instructions on how to download it right onto your computer. No shipping fees, no waiting for UPS or Fed Ex guy – instant access!
P.S. Yes, the recipes really are that good! I’m talking about warm, soft muffins, golden-brown pancakes, crunchy granola and real, appetite-busting waffles. You will delight every member of the family!
P.P.S. Don’t worry about what to eat for breakfast. If you have a food allergy, gluten intolerance, Celiac disease or simply want to eliminate grains from your diet, get this this book right now. It’s that simple.
P.P.P.S. Don’t hesitate – You are minutes away from having this awesome recipe collection in your hands. It will tell you what ingredients to buy, show you how to use them, and help you cook amazing breakfasts.