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Gluten Free Breakfast Idea


Remember the old Dr. Seuss Books. One that was always a favorite was "Green Eggs and Ham." Make a child's sleepover a lot more fun and cover the fact that your child isn't eating the typical cereal by making a healthy and a fun breakfast of Green Eggs and Ham.


Just a few drops of food coloring will create a very festive meal of green eggs and ham, keeping your child--and his or her prospective company--away from the fact that there are not the typical sugary cereals at the breakfast table. 

Additionally you're adding some real nutritional value and keeping them clear of high sugar breakfast foods. To turn scrambled eggs green, you'll want to use blue food coloring, while the green works well on the ham (turkey ham is better). Just a drop will do the job.

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