5 Easy To Follow Gluten-Free Breakfast Recipes To Love

Looking for some inspiration to get you started on your gluten-free journey?

Did you know 1 in 70 Australian’s are affected by wheat allergies like Coelic’s Disease, and a further 80 per cent of Australians have a wheat allergy of some sort and are completely unaware?

For those who suffer from coeliac disease, it can be hard to find the right foods in order to effectively manage the condition.

Freedom Foods, award winning leaders in the health food aisle, offers an extensive range of gluten free cereals, mueslis, clusters and bars that are delicious, a great source of dietary fibre and made using unique combinations of high quality wholesome produce. These allergen-free range of cereals are also free from artificial colours and flavours and are 100% Australian made and owned.

To help raise awareness for coeliac disease, Freedom Foods have compiled a range of delicious and healthy breakfast recipes, which are super quick and easy to follow.

Crunching Off To a Good Start


50g serve of Freedom Foods Gluten-free Cornflakes

Coconut Yoghurt

Frozen Mixed Berries


Chia Seeds


Blend the frozen mixed berries with the coconut yoghurt. Pour into breakfast bowl. Top with 50g cornflakes, sliced berries and pepitas. Drizzle coconut yoghurt over the top. Enjoy.

Coconutty Start To Your Day


Half coconut for serving (& eating after if you feel like it)

Blackberries Raspberries

Edible flowers Blueberries 50g

Crafted Blends gluten-free cereal


Fill the coconut half with 4 tablespoons of coconut yoghurt. Top with your favourite Crafted Blends cereal. Add some fresh berries of your choice. Decorate with edible flowers (they taste great too). Yummy.

Banana Puff Sushi


1 ripe banana

50g Freedom Foods gluten-free Rice Puffs

Sunflower Seed Butter (Gluten-Free)


Slice banana into 2cm thick pieces. Spread sunflower butter around the outside of the piece. Put 50g Freedom Foods Rice Puffs into a ziplock bag and slightly crush with back of spoon. Roll banana pieces in slightly crushed Freedom Foods Rice Puffs to form a crunchy coat.

Morning Tropicana


Papaya, cut in half

Coconut yoghurt

Pomegranate seeds


50g Active Balance Buckwheat & Cranberry, Ancient Grains Fruit & Seeds Muesli or Ancient Grains Flakes (or all three if you like).


Clean out the inside of the papaya. Fill papaya base with coconut yoghurt. Top with 50g of Freedom Foods Flakes of your choice. Add some fresh berries of your choice. Decorate with edible flowers.

Peachy Delight


Freedom Foods Active Balance Buckwheat & Cranberry



Coconut yoghurt

Fresh mint


Half peaches and spread a thin amount of honey on top. Grill for 5-10 minutes in oven at 180°C. Top with 1 tablespoon of coconut yoghurt while warm. Sprinkle some Freedom Foods Active Balance Buckwheat & Cranberry.


Rebecca Wilkinson

Beauty Editor

Rebecca is a freelance content creator and beauty editor for Bondi Beauty. She is a pescatarian, who may yet become vegan. She loves all things beauty, health & travel, has a weakness for coffee and is obsessed with cats and yoga. If she's not answering her mobile - it's probably because she's trying out the latest beauty trend, like massaging crushed pearls into her skin for the ultimate collagen and vitamin boost to skin cells.

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