*Not all foods listed here are certified gluten free, they are simply made without gluten containing ingredients. You'll need to decide for yourself what foods you are comfortable eating.

Wednesday, February 1, 2012

Gluten Free Breakfast Casserole courtesy of Misadventures of Cooking

This past weekend my book club went away for a girls weekend and it was fabulous. We assigned the meals to pairs and just simply requested that everyone be aware of the ingredients they used (I can't have gluten, one girl can't have carrageenan, and another can't have peanuts). We didn't want to require that everyone make the meals to our specifications since that can be daunting. I planned ahead and threw in some Annie's gf burritos & Lara bars just in case I couldn't eat one of the meals. Well much to my surprise everyone made sure that all the meals met all of our needs! It was incredibly thoughtful and meant a lot to me. It was so nice to feel normal and get to eat what everyone else was eating without thinking twice (everyone showed the packaging & ingredients before they cooked). One of my friends has a cooking blog and she just posted the recipe to the delicious breakfast casserole she made- check it out: 

**the recipe does have eggs and dairy but you could probably leave the cheese out and it'd still be pretty tasty


  1. I only know Courtney through blogging, but i have definitely figured out that she's a very sweet and thoughtful person and she REFERRED ME HERE! :) My 17 yr. old was just diagnosed. I am a HUGE BAKER so my kitchen is going to be turning into a bit of a science lab to being baking some gluten free deliciousness.

  2. Hi Geni! Thanks for stopping by. Good luck with your gf baking adventures, once you get the hang of it it's really pretty easy. If you ever have any questions feel free to ask.