Sunday, December 23, 2012

Easy Lactose and Gluten Free Christmas Breakfast




















Let's deck the halls with holly
Sing sweet silent night
Fill the tree with angel hair
And pretty, pretty lights
Go to sleep and wake up
Just before daylight

All these things and more, baby
That's what Christmas means to me my love

Stevie Wonder


What do you do for a yummy breakfast when you’re gluten and lactose intolerant, or a guest has these dietary restrictions?  Make French toast!

Ingredients:

Gluten free bread (found in the organic section or in the freezer by the pizza in markets)
Almond milk
Eggs
Cinnamon

In a shallow pan, crack one egg per person.  Add an equal volume of almond milk.  Lay slices of bread in it on both sides and cook in a skillet.  Sprinkle with cinnamon, dust with confectioner’s sugar (for a pretty garnish) and serve with warmed maple syrup!





Until next time, stay shabby!

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9 comments:

Licho_Nie_Spi said...

Beautiful stove!
I was wondering what does heat your cottage... :)

It's me said...

Merry merry Xmas darling.....love from me ...enjoy these days.....thanks for your friendship.....love you ...Ria...xxx...

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Merlin said...

WARM WISHES!!! franki

LizlovesVintage said...

Perfect breakfast to warm the soul! Have a beautiful Christmas!
xxx Liz

ChiPPy!-SHaBBy! said...

I sure wouldn't mind waking up to a *~Heart-Warming~* Breakfast Treat like that!*!*! Such CoZy Winter Setting...
Enjoy your W*H*I*T*E CHriStMaS...
Jeanine Burkhardt

WhiteWhispers2u said...

Always so dreamy!Merry Christmas~Blessings Kim

Rosemary@villabarnes said...

That sounds delicious, and what a beautiful spot to enjoy it in. Merry Christmas!

The Rustic Victorian said...

Merry Christmas to you and yours Sandy! Thank you for a wonderful year of posts of your special beauty.
May God continue to bless you, Big Time.

Marcie

shabbychictinyretreat.blogspot.com said...

Merry Christmas. Your blog has brought me joy and also has inspired me in so many ways. Thanks for such wonderful posts this year. Be blessed.

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