From stacks of waffles and pancakes to eggs and pretty parfaits, find 10 ideas to treat someone you love to a delicious gluten-free breakfast in bed.
There’s nothing cozier than leisurely eating breakfast while still tucked in bed. Especially one you didn’t have to make yourself. Whether you’re celebrating a birthday, a holiday or just an ordinary weekend, there’s something extra special about treating someone who is always doing for others to something special just for them. For once someone else gets to be in charge of the first meal of the day!
So treat mom to a special breakfast and pick out one of these 10 gluten-free breakfast in bed recipes to show your appreciation. Whether she loves pancakes, waffles, eggs, a parfait, or coffee cake, you’ll find something for her here.
It’s hard to beat homemade waffles for breakfast. Light and fluffy with a toasty golden color, a batch of fresh waffles hot off the iron is always a real treat, especially when they’re as easy to make as these.
These almond butter waffles are unbelievably light and crispy at the edges, with a soft, fluffy interior and come together in no time at all.
These classic American style silver dollar cashew butter pancakes are lightly golden on the outside and soft and tender on the inside.
A gluten-free oven baked blueberry pancake makes for an easy breakfast or brunch, just blend and bake!
These pancake muffins have an extra delicious twist, a gooey cinnamon and coconut sugar swirl studded with bits of chopped walnuts which makes them a cross between pancakes, muffins and cinnamon rolls.
Delightfully light and springy, this puffed omelette has a soufflé-like appeal and a soft and meltingly tender bite. It develops a golden crust under the heat of the oven while maintaining an airy interior with pockets of juicy blueberries.
Wake mom up to a satisfying breakfast of portobello mushroom eggs benedict featuring roasted asparagus and a creamy goat cheese sauce.
Whether you’re eating one for breakfast or for dessert; a parfait always feels like a special treat.
This creamy pudding made from chia seeds is swirled with a bright and tangy raspberry rosewater sauce and topped with fresh raspberries for an easy make-ahead breakfast/ light dessert.
Golden and tender with a fluffy, muffin-like crumb that melts in your mouth, you don’t need a stand mixer or even a handheld mixer to make this blueberry coffee cake, just a bowl, and a whisk or wooden spoon.