breakfast

  • How to Make The Perfect Frittata

    Follow my blog with Bloglovin I used to think that Frittatas were elaborate and difficult to make, but they’re not.  I’ve always loved Spanish Tortillas or Spanish Omelets, which is very similar to a Frittata.  Since I haven’t found a Spanish restaurant in Los Angeles that I love as much as my favorites in New York, I decided do make sure my had all of the fixings that I love in a Spanish Tortilla. I love to add cheese, bacon, spinach and potatoes so it’s much like a hearty Sunday breakfast in one dish and best of all it’s gluten free!! It only takes a 20 minutes or so to prepare before cooking, then you assemble it and stick it in the oven and the magic begins. It is a great go to when you’re having a large number of guests to your house for a Saturday or Sunday brunch. You can make everything ahead… Read More

  • Cheesy Bacon Grits

    It’s National Grits for Breakfast Day, so I’m making Cheesy Bacon Grits.   I love grits!   Whether it’s yellow corn grits or white corn grits, sweet or savory they are amazing for pretty much any meal. Usually when I have them for breakfast I have them with a little bit of butter and brown sugar, but for this holiday I decided to kick it up a notch and add some cheese and bacon to make it undeniably awesome. Please check out this week’s Gluten Free Avenger Episode 25: Cheesy Bacon Grits, you can click below to start viewing or use this link (http://youtu.be/vaVl5DSUWqI). Please scroll below to see the full recipe.   Print Cheesy Bacon Grits Course Breakfast Author Gluten Free Avenger Ingredients 1 ½ cups milk 1 ½ cups water 3 tablespoons butter 1/2 teaspoons salt ¾ cup quick grits not instant to garnish: cheese fried eggs, chopped crisp bacon Instructions Bring first four ingredients… Read More

  • It’s National Waffle Day! How about Gluten Free Almond Waffles?

    It’s National Waffle Day, so how about some Gluten Free Almond Waffles?  I must admit that I didn’t remember that it was National Waffle Day today until this morning.  Once I realized, I knew that I had to make waffles. Thank goodness my grandmother gave me a Belgian waffle maker years ago. I do love it when my family remembers is how much I love to bake and cook.  So I whipped up some delicious waffles but modifying my almond blueberry pancakes recipe to make these waffles. The recipe is below and because I didn’t have a lot time, there is no accompanying video but I did take plenty of photos. So if you find this a little too late to make breakfast today, you can always have waffles for lunch or dinner.   Please let me know if you end up making these.   I hope you have a wonderful National Waffle… Read More

  • Breakfast Tacos

    I love breakfast, as you may have guessed by now. I love to make breakfast tacos when I’m having people over and I want something that super delicious but is really fast and easy to make. You can prep a lot of this before hand and just throw it together really quickly so it’s hot for presentation.  That way you can hang out with your guests and not be sitting over a stove for hours. You can serve these with fresh juice or a Mamosa’s. I always find them to be an amazing crowd pleaser. I got my inspiration from a restaurant in Austin that are used to go to all the time in college called Kirby Lane and their “Kirby Scramble”.  It was kind of a kitchen sink of scrambled eggs.   You can put whatever you love to have in your scrambled eggs. I like to add onions, peppers… Read More

  • Banana Buckwheat Pancakes

    This week I am making banana buckwheat pancakes. This recipe only uses buckwheat flour so it’s naturally gluten-free as there are no other flours needed.   That is one of my favorite things about these pancakes.  Buckwheat flour makes a very nice, yet hearty pancake. Buckwheat is an ancient grain, and it has a lot of natural fiber and nutrients that you don’t find in a regular pancake. I like to add bananas to the pancakes to make them just a teeny bit more moist, not that they’re dry. You can always add any other fruit that you like, if bananas aren’t your favorite, such as blueberries or strawberries.  I personally like bananas because they remind me of my great-grandmother, Mema. These pancakes remind me a lot of her. I was about 7 when I first went to visit my 75+ year old great-grandparents in Kona, Hawaii and they had to… Read More

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Hi! I'm Claire Bahn.  Thank you so much for checking out my blog.  I am the CEO and Co-Founder of Online Profile Pros and lifestyle blogger.  I love to cook, travel, try new beauty products and basically live life to its fullest. Read More

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