What’s for Breakfast?


If your family has food allergies or other dietary restrictions, or if you just want to eat as clean as possible, it can be a challenge to create a nourishing breakfast that satisfies everyone.

My husband claims he married me for my sandwich making skills, and my perfectly cooked eggs were a close second.  The rug was pulled out from under him when I developed adult onset food allergies.  I was always dairy intolerant, but eventually I had to kick eggs, nuts, peanut, soy, gluten and more from my kitchen.  Breakfast hasn’t been the same since.

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Roasted Cabbage

Cabbage is easily one of my favorite vegetables.  Being half Ukrainian, I grew up eating cabbage and noodles, a dish called “Haluski.” Then, of course, there was stuffed cabbage, or “Holupki.”  I often recreate these comfort foods without our food allergens like dairy, gluten and eggs.  Sometimes, though, I just have to get my cabbage fix a little bit quicker.

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Pinterest Potluck

This is what you bring to a school potluck when your five year old loves Pinterest!

Blanching the broccoli and tossing it in olive oil and sea salt goes over much better with little ones than raw broccoli.  We use an organic unfiltered olive oil like this one by Paesano: Amazon: Paesano Olive Oil.*

And yes, those are organic oranges in the picture, not lemons!

Gobble Gobble!


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