When you can’t eat eggs, wheat, dairy and corn, cooking can be tricky. After some trial and error, I think a well-balanced breakfast is definitely the most challenging meal. I’m not a big breakfast person so some fruit, peanut butter and a gluten-free cereal will of course do the trick. But on the weekends, I definitely miss a big brunch with friends and family.
A few weeks ago, I tried to come up with a healthy but tasty alternative for brunch. I did some research online on how to use cauliflower for breakfast pancakes and found some great recipes. I played around with the ingredients and made my own version of Cauliflower pancakes. They are really easy to make and it’s a nice way to prepare something you can eat that will also be pleasing to your guests for breakfast.
Cost of Ingredients: $ Time: 1 hour total