Need breakfast recipes that do not contain eggs or nuts.

Jessica - posted on 04/19/2010 ( 7 moms have responded )




Everyone is always saying, ''make breakfast for dinner to cut costs''. Well that is fine for 5 out of 6 in our family. My 4 year old daughter is allergic to eggs and nuts, so she gets left out of these meals and I have to make an allternitive, which is time consuming at times. I need good healthy recipes that don't involve eggs or nuts. Don't need any for smoothies because we have a book of those and she doesn't care for them much. Please help! Thank you.


Sara - posted on 05/11/2010




scrammbled tofu. sounds gross but absolutly wonderful. My daughter was born with severe dairy, egg, peanut allergies and I knew a lady that taought me houw to make scrammbled tofu and it looks like scrabled eggs but tastes like chicken broth. My child ate it like it was going out of style. Do you want the recipe?


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Ronnie - posted on 07/07/2010




i am going to try the pancake recipe - i use either apple sauce for replacing eggs or egg replacement - the egg replacement has worked out great - i made a giant choc chip cookie for the kids - also a lot of time i replace water with milk to get it creamer

Maggie - posted on 07/01/2010




My son is also allergic to nuts and eggs. I make homemade blueberry muffins and use Egg Replacer in place of the egg. I freeze them and take thm out as needed. I stock up now since blueberries are in season.

Mary - posted on 06/12/2010




Sara - your scrambled tofu recipe sounds worth trying. Are you able to post the recipe please?

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We do pancakes and bacon for dinner. My daughter who is allergic to everything. She loves this pancake recipe that I got out of Clueless Vegetarian Cookbook - Fluffy Pancakes
1 Cup all purpose flour, 2 T of sugar, 2 TBSP baking power, I egg subsitute powder or you can use Flax seed to replace egg, 1 cup of milk preference (we use Rice or Soy Milk) and 2 T of oil.
In a med bowl combine the flour, sugar, baking powder,
Small bowl- whisk together the egg substitute Milk and oil.
Then mix together with dry ingredients and beat until smooth.
Heat griddle or frying pan. Use 1/4 cup batter. If using a frying pan don't forget to use a little oil to make it non-stick.

This makes about 12 pancakes using 1/4 cup. I always double it and then freeze the extra and pull them out and heat them for breakfast.
Any questions feel free to ask me. Kristina

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I just purchased "The Food Allergy Mama's Baking Book" by Kelly Rudnicki. It has lots of recipes for quick breads, muffins, and even waffles and pancakes that are all dairy, egg and nut free.

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