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Ack! I desperately need some ideas! 4yr old DD and I have just gone on a yeast control diet. We are not suppose to have anything with yeast or that promotes the growth of yeast. So, no fruits (other than green apples and some berries), no sugars, no fermented foods (so no tofu, soy sauce, etc), no sugar, no wheat, etc.<br><br>
I am at a loss as to what to make for breakfast. We've been having oatmeal made with rice milk, which my kids love, but I don't want to have oatmeal for breakfast for the next three weeks. Nevermind the fact that they will get tired of it in a couple of days. DD also needs to have protein early in the day or her behavior suffers.<br><br>
Any ideas? Thank you so much!
 

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how about hot granola instead of oatmeal? I love it with blueberries and almond slivers, maybe even some cinnamon. yum!
 

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add some nuts to it for protein. <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/smile.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="smile"><br><br>
we make pancakes out of whizzed oats, whizzed walnuts, seeds (like flax and unhulled sesame) and water. They are a little heavier than regular pancakes, but really fill you up and with some PB and berries would be a tasty breakfast! Just blend them in the blender together until they're frothy. (about 4 parts oats to 1 part nuts)
 

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How about soup?<br><br>
One breakfast I do is pureed butternut squash and coconut milk cooked down together. You can also add quinoa flakes.<br><br>
Quinoa flakes by themselves would also make for a good breakfast.
 

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how about hashbrowns with veggies... potatoes, onion, peppers, garlic, and avocado.<br><br>
buckwheat pancakes (buckwheat is not really wheat)
 

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Cream of rice cereal. My son loves to put maple syrup and peanut butter in his cream of wheat. I'm sure you could do the same with cream of rice. Or fruit.<br><br>
Kathi
 

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Thank you for the ideas! I am going to try the pancakse this weekend <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/smile.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="smile"><br><br>
I've thought of granola, but have never made it without sugar or maple syrup before. Does anyone have a recipe for some without sweetener?<br><br>
Cream of rice... sounds silly, but how do I make it?<br><br>
And, I'm subbing this time. I forgot to subscribe to the thread when I started it, so had no idea anyone had responed to me!
 

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You can buy cream of rice in the same aisle where you buy oatmeal or cream of wheat. It cooks pretty much the same way. Just has rice in it.<br><br>
Kathi
 
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