If you can't eat dairy, soy, gluten, egg, or meat, you can find it hard to find tasty breakfast recipes at all, let alone nutritious snacks you can eat on-the-go.
The Little Book of Allergy-Friendly Breakfast Recipes, by the creators of the Australian free-from online cooking show Alternative Chef Kitchen, offers some alternatives for those with allergies or intolerances to many everyday ingredients and includes a number of vegan-friendly alternatives, too.
The alternatives in this book include:
Three dairy and soy-free milkshake recipes (Mango Lassi, Choc Thick Shake, and Berry Shake).
Several juice recipes (Green Goddess and Racey Red, to name some )
A veggie packed green-smoothie
Four porridge alternatives: two gluten-free, one "raw" buckwheat porridge and one quinoa porridge, with two gluten-based porridge recipes: steel cut oats, and quick cooking oats, (all dairy-free) and a fresh fruit puree to top them off.
Three pancake recipes: two sweet, one savoury (with eggless options).
Four snack bars and slice recipes: an oat slice, a crunchy gluten-free muesli bar without nuts, a raw vegan granola slice, and a choc orange fudge slice.
The book has a detailed "Extra Resources" section and video footage to support the recipes. Furthermore, beginner free-from cooks will benefit from a comprehensive list explaining the less common ingredients and where to buy them as well as descriptions of the techniques used to help turn the foods you "can eat" into foods you "want to eat." Fire up the frying pan because free-from breakfast just got easier!