August 12, 2009

 

Veggies on Eggs 2 – What can I eat that’s gluten free?

What can I eat

Welcome to “What can I eat that’s gluten free?’ Everyone has trouble figuring out what to eat sometimes, but it can be harder if you’re on a gluten-free diet. Hopefully, you will find some ideas here, and please feel free to add your own link. You can read the guidelines here.

Back in May I told you about a Veggies on Eggs dinner I made. It contained asparagus and other veggies. Although we loved it, I hadn’t made it again until recently. Now it’s on my list of quick and easy dinners. The nice thing is it’s very versatile. This time I made it with broccoli, zucchini, onions, and garlic. I also added some bacon. A conversation with my 15 year old went like this:

Son: “Didn’t you make this before?”
Me: “Yes. It had asparagus the last time.”
Son: “Oh. Asparagus is always a plus.”
Me: “This time it has bacon.”
Son: “Oh! Bacon is always a plus.”

It’s not like he didn’t care for the veggies that were in it. He’s very fond of broccoli, but I hadn’t realized he liked asparagus that much. It’s always good to know these things.

veggies on eggs 2

Recipe/Directions:

Scramble some eggs. Fry some bacon. Stir fry some veggies. Cut the bacon and add it to the veggies. Place the eggs on a platter or in a baking dish. Top it with the veggies and bacon. Serve! Some fresh bread goes very well with it.


1. Simply Sugar & Gluten-Free (Blueberry Tiramisu topped w/Greek Yogurt)
2. Heather (Easy Garlic Shrimp Pasta)
3. Ali (Whole Life Nutrition) Whole Grain GF Waffles
4. Meatloaf and Pan-fried potatoes
5. The W.H.O.L.E. Gang-Good Food No Matter What- Scrapple
6. Gina (Forbidden rice, chicken)

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Comments:
We have been eating lots of eggs lately - it's quick and it's cheap. Last night we had what I like to call the "use it up before it goes bad" scramble. Joe fried some left-over polenta and I made eggs with mushrooms. We had a feast!!

Thanks for hosting, Linda!
 
I think the broccoli and bacon make nice additions to this. Sounds good to me, too.
 
This is a great idea for folks looking for a handful (or two) of gluten-free recipe ideas. -Ali :)
 
That sounds like an easy meal! I love recipes that use whatever i have in the fridge. Thanks for the idea.
 
What an easy and delish meal!

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What a wonderful blog! And I'm your 100th follower...YEAH! Looking forward to reading your posts.
~lori
 
Oooo, That sounds good. How about if I top mine with roasted veggies...
 

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