Just because you're on a gluten-free diet doesn't mean you have to miss out on a breakfast of classic pancakes, waffles, crepes or stack of French toast. Not at all!
Here are 10 of our favorite gluten-free pancake, waffle, crepe and French toast recipes that even the gluten-eaters in our families enjoy.
With this easy recipe for gluten-free buttermilk pancakes, you can enjoy the taste of light and tender classic pancakes anytime - even when you don't have buttermilk in the frig -- learn how.
This make-ahead recipe for gluten-free Belgian waffles recipe is so easy! The waffles are extraordinarily light and crisp -- even gluten-eaters are wowed by this recipe.
You either like the robust earthy flavor of buckwheat -- or you don't! If you're a buckwheat fan, like I am, I think you'll enjoy the nutty flavor of this lacey gluten-free buckwheat crepe.
French Meadow Bakery gluten-free vanilla-flax French toast is a healthy take on a classic breakfast favorite and this recipe is super fast and easy to make when you use a loaf of the bakery's gluten-free multigrain bread.
Can't get enough morning Joe - try our delicious recipe for gluten-free cappuccino pancakes made with a shot of espresso!
Gluten-free crêpes with raspberry sauce are eye-appealing and delicious, a great recipe for special occasions and holiday brunches. Busy cooks, make a stack of gluten-free crepes when you have some down time, wrap and freeze and you enjoy the convenience of ready-made gluten-free crepes anytime.
Gluten-free pumpkin pancakes are light and spiced no matter how you make them -- plain, with chopped apples or with chopped pecans.
This gluten-free blueberry pancake recipe is loaded with one of nature's richest sources of antioxidants.
Use your favorite gluten-free bakery bread or homemade bread in this classic recipe for gluten-free French Toast. It's an easy recipe and a favorite with gluten-free kids.
Oats are a great source of healthy soluble fiber, protein and iron. If you can tolerate oats you'll enjoy this make-ahead recipe. Be sure to use "certified gluten-free oats" -- that way you'll know you aren't at risk for eating gluten in cross-contaminated oat products.