Gluten Free Ciabatta Breakfast Sandwich

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Given my food allergies, I try hard to eat as well as I can. I often miss the things I used to eat though, like breads, bagels, sandwiches, etc, and the breakfast sandwich is no different. I really miss those things. It makes eating on-the-go tough, too, when I am on a road trip with my family who all want to grab a breakfast sandwich at a drive-thru and I am reduced to just coffee. It really is true, people with food allergies do feel left out often, because they want to enjoy the same things as everyone else, especially if an egg mcmuffin use to be a favorite. Sad, but true.

It’s no secret that I have often not been a fan of many gluten-free breads, but I recently found a brand that does not disappoint. The Schar Gluten-Free Ciabatta bread is out of this world. And it is true, there are many gluten-free brands out there pumping out some mass-produced breads that do not live up to the hype. The jokes about cardboard tasting gluten free breads are all true, until you start asking around. Schar does an amazing job of making bread that is soft and spongy that compliments any sandwich really well. The ciabatta bread is a gluten free roll like no other and when I first tasted it, I immediately thought of breakfast sandwiches!

Paired with  organic, pastured eggs and grassfed Gouda, a little bacon, avocado or guac, and any other veggies you have on-hand, this breakfast sandwich will start your day right. This recipe is similar to my Omelet In A Cup recipe. Making the eggs is similar, but if you don’t like using a microwave, you can scramble your eggs and add them to the sandwich with all the other goodies. But for those on the go and in a hurry, this speedy version will get you a great breakfast and out the door for your day in no time flat!

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Gluten Free Ciabatta Breakfast Sandwich

Author: Kindra A. Pigott-Franzen, bonappetitpaleo.com
Recipe type: breakfast
Serves: 6 sandwiches

This sandwich is great for an easy fix breakfast, meal prepping in bulk ahead of time, or for grabbing on the go. The combinations are endless, and whatever you have on hand works. You can cook your veggies into the eggs and cheese for added flair, or pile on the breakfast meats. Whatever you love about your favorite fast food breakfast sandwiches goes just the same here.

Ingredients
6 Ramekins
Burroughs Family Farms organic olive oil to prep ramekins
8 Burroughs Family Farms large eggs
¼ c milk
1 c Burroughs Family Farms grass to gold Gouda
Seasonings, to taste, i.e. salt, pepper, garlic salt, etc.
Hot sauce, to taste
8 slices bacon
pkg Spicy Wholly Guacamole
Sliced tomato
8 rolls of Schar Gluten Free Ciabatta Bread

Instructions
Grease 6 ramekins with olive oil, or in turn if you do not have enough to do all 6 at a time
In a large mixing bowl, whisk eggs, milk, and seasonings
Pour equally into 6 ramekins
Divide cheese into 6 ramekins
Microwave ramekins with egg, milk, cheese mix for 2-2.5 minutes. May take longer if cooking more than one at a time, depending on your microwave.
Turn all ramekins over onto plates and allow to cook slightly.
Dress ciabatta with guacamole, tomato, if desired.
Add one egg to each bun.
Top with bacon.
Drizzle with desired hot sauce.
Try not to eat them all at once.

Notes
If you don’t use a microwave, you can scramble your eggs and assemble sandwiches as directed.

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