It’s Gluten-Free Breakfast in America


Good morning, Americans! Last night was quite exciting, was it not? No matter if your guy won or lost, you’re probably rocking a hangover. What’s better than a ham, cheese, and egg  sammy? Gluten-free, natch. Yet again, I turned to my BFF, Pinterest for a fantabulous idea in the kitchen. (Side note:  Why do my photos never look as amazoids as those on Pinterest? Oh, right. I suck as a photog.)

My family enjoyed these gluten-free ham, egg, and cheese muffins of love early this morning because kids don’t stay up late for election returns and speeches, nor do they understand that we just “fell back” and they can sleep in for an extra hour. Silly kids. Pair these cheesy blobs with a strong cup of coffee and you too are ready to get up and embrace our new, but still the same, President Barack Obama. Woot!

Here’s how to soak up the celebratory and/or conciliatory alcohol in your gut.

Gluten-Free Ham, Egg, & Cheese Muffin

prep time: 5 minutes cook time: 20 minutes

Ingredients

4 eggs
2 Tablespoons milk
Salt & pepper to taste
6 slices gluten-free ham (Applegate Farm is a great choice)
3 Tablespoons grated cheddar cheese

1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Grease muffin pan and place one slice of ham into 6 muffin cups in your pan.

2. Beat eggs, milk, and salt and pepper together in medium bowl. Divide mixture six ways and pour on top of ham.

3. Top with grated cheddar cheese and bake for 20 minutes.

Makes: 6 muffins

6 Comments

Filed under Celiac Disease, Recipes, Uncategorized

6 responses to “It’s Gluten-Free Breakfast in America

  1. Besides, everything on Pinterest is created by people who have no job, no kids, no obligations and limitless amounts of money ;)

  2. Can I also build a bacon-boat in place of ham? I only ask because I have bacon, but am still too hungover to leave the house for ham.

  3. Pingback: GF Hangover Cures | New Planet Beer

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