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Question for all of you! What are your favorite go-to, everyday peanut and tree nut-free breakfast foods? I'm really trying to improve my habits, but it seems like everywhere I go people are making their regular meals healthy by using nut-based substitutes, and advising that a lot of other options are vastly inferior. Which, fine, but I'm allergic to both peanuts and tree nuts (coconut is fine, but nothing else), so I simply can't do that. Unless I want to die, but people keep telling me death isn't healthy either? So, I would love some inspiration!

 

Hard-mode bonus: No cottage cheese, ricotta, tomatoes, or peppers (the textures are a huge no for me). The latter two are fine if they've been pulverized somehow (tomato sauce is the true superior form of tomatoes), but there's just no saving the texture of cottage cheese.

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On 3/28/2019 at 5:56 PM, Rox said:

but there's just no saving the texture of cottage cheese.

 

Have you tried blending it? I've made dipping sauces by blending cottage cheese and yogurt/milk in the past...  Any specific breakfast food that you're thinking about that contains cottage cheese? Maybe we can help you find a suitable replacement for the grainy/lumpy stuff :P 

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One of my favorites:

Banana omelets (but you should think of them more like pancakes)

* 2 eggs

* 1 banana, the riper the better

* splash of vanilla

* butter for cooking

* Whatever flavorings and toppings you want (but generally sweet coded) (e.g. cinnamon, blueberries, chocolate chips, raspberries)

 

Mash first three items + other flavorings in a bowl. Pour into nonstick pan with butter over medium ish heat. Flip after a few minutes (I like to brown mine a little). Serve with or without toppings.

 

Doesn't even need syrup imo.

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1 hour ago, Snickie said:

One of my favorites:

Banana omelets (but you should think of them more like pancakes)

* 2 eggs

* 1 banana, the riper the better

* splash of vanilla

* butter for cooking

* Whatever flavorings and toppings you want (but generally sweet coded) (e.g. cinnamon, blueberries, chocolate chips, raspberries)

 

Mash first three items + other flavorings in a bowl. Pour into nonstick pan with butter over medium ish heat. Flip after a few minutes (I like to brown mine a little). Serve with or without toppings.

 

Doesn't even need syrup imo.

 

Banana pancakes are great! I usually add some oats or oat flour to the batter as well :) 

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