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Sw - Coeliac

pugsy

Member
Hi Josie

Welcome to SW. I have IBS and try to avoid wheat so for breakfast I have a large bowl of fresh fruit, 35g of oats and a fat free yogurt, all of this just uses a BHE. Alternatively you could cook the oats for porridge, have toast (I like the genius bread it tastes nearly normal) and eggs or a grilled breakfast (bacon, eggs, mushrooms, beans, tomatoes). I'm sure when you have got to grips with the plan you will think of loads you can have. Good luck!
 

Rosielea

Gold Member
How about Baked beans omellete. Crack some eggs and whisk with salt & pepper. Put in a non-stick pan sprayed with fry light and put in the egg mix. Add some baked beans, put under a hot grill. It starts puffing up and it is delcious.
 

Brightonrosie

I want to be fitter again
what did you have before slimming world? Could it be adapted ? xx
 
Hello, Im a new Slimming World'er and also a coeliac and no cows dairy....

Breakfasts are impossible for me.... No bread, oats, yoghurt, milk, only fruit.... and to top it of, I hate eggs! haha! :/

I worry fruit is not enough...

I see this thread was a few months back, have you found anything?

Rebecca :)
 
Breakfasts for Coeliac on Slimming World

Hello, Im a new Slimming World'er and also a coeliac (gluten intollerant) and can't have cows dairy....

Breakfasts are impossible for me.... No bread, oats, yoghurt (can't find fat free goats yoghurt?), milk.... and to top it of, I hate eggs! haha! :/

I can only think of fruit & veg....I worry this is not enough for breakfast... & kedgeree..... which may be nice, but not 7 days a week! lol

Anybody have any Ideas? Anything appreciated!

Rebecca :)
 

Minimunchkins

Gold Member
Rebecca, you poor thing - it must really be a chore and i guess quite repetative. If you like fruit and feel satisfied, then there's no problem having it for brekkie but the only other thing i can think of at the moment is rice pud.

I've recently finished some that I made with water & sweetener. Granted I also mix in one of my favourite flavours of yogurt to make it a bit 'creamier' but if required, you could perhaps use some of your syns and use a goats milk version that's not fat free.

Are you allowed to eat, or even like, sausages? I think the Linda McCartney ones are really nice with tinned toms & mushrooms or baked beans.

I'll see if I can think of anything else for you.
 

redmel

Dreamer
There is quite a large range of gluten free breads/pasta/cereal/cake mixes on the market now.

I used to work in a pharmacy and in some instances people could get these items on presription.

I some of your gluten free range may have syns but if you limit it and subsidise with fruit then you may get by.

Also you dont have to have 'traditional' breakfasts you know... How about a platter of sliced meat/cheese/fruit. Maybe try eggs in a variety of ways and see if you can grow to like them. You could even have dinner leftovers... Some people eat takeaway curries as breakfast (not my choice of breakfast) but I have been known to have reheated corn beef hash and beans as a late brekkie.

Good luck.
 

amythyst5961

Silver Member
My mum is coeliac and on Sw and she can have gulten free bread toasted with
- HEXB Cheese
- Beans and mushrooms
- onions, musgrooms, tomatoes
- Dairylea and some fruit as 1/3rd superfree

1 glutafin select fibre bread roll (4 pack)
1 slice Barkat wholemeal bread (500g loaf)
1 slice glutano wholemeal bread(500g loaf)
2 slices of glutafin fibre/white/brown bread (400g)


- Fat free yogurts and fruit
- Very indian style but Kedgeree
- Mackrel with some grilled tomatoes and fruit

there are some gluten free cerals on the HE list and maybe you could consider having some crackers or rice cakes for breakfast ?
 
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amythyst5961

Silver Member
My mum is coeliac and on Sw and she can have gulten free bread toasted with
- HEXB Cheese
- Beans and mushrooms
- onions, musgrooms, tomatoes
- Dairylea and some fruit as 1/3rd superfree

1 glutafin select fibre bread roll (4 pack)
1 slice Barkat wholemeal bread (500g loaf)
1 slice glutano wholemeal bread(500g loaf)
2 slices of glutafin fibre/white/brown bread (400g)


- Fat free yogurts and fruit
- Very indian style but Kedgeree
- Mackrel with some grilled tomatoes and fruit

there are some gluten free cerals on the HE list and maybe you could consider having some crackers or rice cakes for breakfast ?
 

LBT1

Member
IBS/Coeliacs

I'm sorry, I can't seem to find the right place to post this.

I joined slimming world today and reading through the materials I think it would be best if I started with one of the ready made weekly plans while I get to grips with it all. Problem is I have IBS and am intolerant to a wheat, gluten, red meat and can only tolerate a certain amount of dairy. The red meat and dairy is easy to work around once I get to know syns and find out what I can tolerate. Bread is a complete no-no for me. Does anybody know what Gluten free bread I can eat and the syns etc involved? I would be very grateful for any help.

Rhi
 

fillymum

synful soul

Ophelia105

Silver Member
Would this work? I tried it today and it tasted lovely.

Quinoa porridge made with kara coconut milk. Added cinnamon, sweetner, vanilla essence and nutmeg to taste.
 




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