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One of the strategies many of us employ when we’re actively working to heal Hashimoto’s is a change of diet. The simplest change that has a positive impact on autoimmunity most of the time is eliminating gluten. The next most common food trigger is dairy, which is why I always create gluten-free AND dairy-free recipes.
Most people feel significantly better after a few months of completely removing gluten and dairy, but sometimes going gluten-free just isn’t enough to ease Hashimoto’s symptoms and/or achieve remission. That’s when it’s time to try different healing diets or find a holistic autoimmune health professional to work with. At home, trial and error can help you find your own food triggers and create an eating plan that helps you feel good every day. The biggest question you may be asking yourself is, well, what CAN I eat?
There are plenty of amazing guides to gluten-free eating and other Hashimoto’s-friendly diets out there, but here at HeyHashi we’re excited to share some of the recipes that have worked well for us!
Today, I want to share a gluten free, dairy free, low carb, keto savory breakfast biscuit recipe made with some of my favorite Bob’s Red Mill products. It cooks up so quickly in either the oven or even the microwave that I’m able to put it together most mornings even when I’m feeling rushed or I have a busy day ahead of me. That’s so important because when you have Hashimoto’s, one of the best things you can do is start the day with a healthy breakfast.
And once you check out the recipe, keep scrolling because we’ve partnered with Bob’s Red Mill to host a giveaway of some of the best Hashi-friendly and autoimmune-friendly products they make!
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Dr. Natasha’s Savory Breakfast Biscuit
- 4 Tbsp. Bob’s Red Mill Organic Golden Flaxseed Meal
- 2 Tbsp. Bob’s Red Mill Organic Coconut Flour
- 1 tsp. Bob’s Red Mill Aluminum-Free Baking Powder
- 1 Pinch Himalayan Sea Salt
- 2 tsp. Sustainably Sourced Palm Oil/Coconut Oil
- 2 Large Pastured Eggs
- In a dry bowl, mix together golden flaxseed meal, coconut flour, baking powder and sea salt. (If using whole flaxseeds, first make seeds into a meal using a coffee grinder or blender.)
- Once dry ingredients are well mixed, mash in oil with a fork. Mix will become crumbly.
- In a wet bowl, scramble eggs. Then add to dry bowl crumbles and mix well.
- Grease two 4-inch ramekins. (Or double the recipe an use a greased pie pan.) Divide mixture and spread evenly to the edges.
- Bake in 350º preheated oven for 15 minutes. Or microwave for 1 minute.
- Remove and cool on rack before serving! Store leftovers in the fridge.
We love our favorite Bob’s Red Mill products so much that we want to share them with YOU! That’s why we’re partnering with the brand to give not one but THREE winners each a prize package that includes:
- Almond Flour
- Hazelnut Flour
- Coconut Flour
- Garbanzo Bean Flour
- Shredded Coconut
- Coconut Flakes
- Gluten Free Organic Steel Cut Oats
- Arrowroot Starch
- Tapioca Starch
Enter using the widget below and we’ll announce the THREE winners on Monday!
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I like the coconut flakes and the shredded coconut – I’m crazy for it!
Those biscuits sound delish! I can’t wait to try them.
Can’t wait to try this!
I really like all their ancient grains!
I love the gf cornbread mix and anything coconut.
I love the aluminum free baking soda and the steel cut oats. We use it almost weekly for baking :). I love the coconut flour for my homemade paleo biscuits too!
Can’t wait to try these.
Love all the products I’ve tried so far, and can always count on them to be fresh!
I love their Tapioca starch. I use it to make paleo dinner rolls, pizza, dairy free cheese sauces, and cookies.
I’ve used Rolled Oats, Almond Flour, Coconut Flour, and Tapioca Flour!
Love bobs red milk products!!
I am new to all the grain free and dairy free recipes out there. This could not have come at a better time as I struggle to find delicious things to make. Thank you!
I wonder if they’d be good made vegan
Love the arrowroot. My husband loves the grits. Prices much are better than King Arthur.
This would be awesome!
I’ve used a gluten free flour blend most recently. Been using it for biscuits!
I like the gluten free flour blend, it’s great to make all sorts of deserts. Thanks for the chance!
Great recipie! Entering the giveaway but having technical difficulties getting the widget to accept my tweet URL for one entry.
Just found this site thanks to the Bobs Red Mill twitter and I’m excited to read more since my wife has Hashimoto’s.
I love the steel cut oatmeal for refrigerator oatmeal.
My favorite Bob’s Mill is their stone ground cornmeal. Love it in cornbread!
I like to use Bob’s 1 to 1 gluten free flour, and use it for everything from pancakes to a thickening agent.
Love the almond flour! Perfect for banana bread!
Wow! This is a great thing!! Thanks 🙂
I use all Bob’s Red Mill products! Love them all!
I use the rolled oats in several of my cookie recipes.
No matter what Bob’s Red Mill product I’ve tried, I was never disappointed. Great tasting and superior quality.
I love all these products and have used them various times!
I use chickpea and coconut flour in everything from na’an to falafel to muffins and the shredded coconut is THE BEST…. morning breakfast bowls would not be the same without it!
I use their unsweetened coconut flakes and flaxseed meal in smoothies and oatmeal.
I grew up in Milwaukie; hometown of Bob’s Red Mill. Although I can find limited products here in Waikiki where I now live, it’s frustrating that BRM does not ship to individual customers in Hawaii. My husband and I love their ancient grains, especially Amaranth and Teff which we combine with steel cut oats for crockpot hot cereal.
I love Bob’s Red Mill rolled oats, they are nice and thick and delicious!
I love their cornmeal and use it to make polenta!
These look awesome! I looove their almond flour for pastries 🙂
WOW! Sounds good
Bob’s 1 to 1 gluten free flour is my absolute favorite gf mix
Those biscuits look amazing! Bobs red mill is awesome!
Would be great to win the giveaway! I use Bob’s almond and coconut flours and flax in my baking.
Love Bobs red mill products
I have been a huge fan of Bob’s Red Mill for several years now. I have tried their steel cut oats, rolled oats, oat flour, spelt flour, flax seeds, and chia seeds as well as their granola. Their products are a great quality and are definitely my go to for baking!
I love using Bob’s Red Mill oats for overnight oats!
I love their almond flour for baking! Its so good as a flour sub and is wonderful quality.
I’m a big fan of Bob’s Red Mill’s muesli! I love enjoying it for breakfast either hot or cold!
I love and eat Bob’s gluten free oats every day for breakfast.
I like using the dried fruit like their Cranberries and Cherries.I put those in salads,muffins and pancakes.
The biscuit recipe looks great–all ingredients I know won’t cause symptoms for me 🙂 Can’t wait to try it 🙂
The biscuit looks so yummy. The recipe is so simple and quick to make. I like the multi grains. I can eat them for breakfast, lunch or dinner; actually, anytime. I love Bob’s Red Meal products.
I <3 BOB
I’m looking forward to trying these wonderful products! Bring it.
Love the blog
I use the Milled Golden Flax. It’s great added to hot cereals. I want to try all of these goodies!
I love the almond flour, coconut flour, the coconut flakes, and shredded coconut!
This sounds terrific!!! And teaming up with Bob is fantastic news 🙂
Just made it! It is really satisfying, however quite plain in flavour. Perhaps adding some herbs to make it more savoury or a few blueberries to make it sweet would make it better?
Thank you for sharing the recipe!
Sounds like a great recipe can’t wait to try it!
These Bob’s Red Mill are my staple for everything…I really love the Coconut flour the best!!
Love using Bob’s Red Mill blends and ingredients for my GF baking. I recommend it as well when someone new to GF baking asks. I started my journey of finding good recipes and ingredients with the plain rice flour muffin recipe I found on the white rice flour package. I have twisted and convoluted that recipe so many ways to create sweet or savory muffins and cupcakes. They always turn out. Now that’s what I call a good recipe! 🙂
I’m gluten free, so I enjoy a lot of their mixes and gf flours.
I love their rolled oats, delicious.
Love Bob’s Red Mill Products and love you site!!
Nom nom those look Delish!
My first Bob’s Red Mill product was steel cut oats, at this point I’d have to say my favorite is the gluten free all-purpose flour just because I use it the most.
We like to use the Garbanzo flour to make a sugar free, gluten free carrot cake. Yummy.
Love healthy recipes
I love the farro. I make a farro, kale, peanut soup that is excellent.
I have only tried a couple of these products but would definitely love to try more! I’ve used the steel cut oats for overnight oatmeal and the gluten free flour for alot of things. I’m going to pick up some coconut flakes and the coconut flour and see what i come up with.
I use the ground flaxseed & coconut flour from Bob’s. Ibotta has some great rebates on Bob’s products right now too.
I just made a vegan, gluten-free pecan pie with Bob’s Red Mill products. It just came out of the oven and smells delicious!
I love their oatmeal, and enjoy making overnight oats
I’ve honestly never tried Bob’s Red Mill products but would love to try the Steel Cut Oats for overnight oatmeal in the crock pot!
Lately, I have been on a Bob’s Red Mill Polenta kick—love it with shrimp and veggies.
I love to use their Almond Flour when I make bread.
Thanks for the recipe, I had been trying to find something different to make for Breakfast but was struggling to figure out a dairy free and gluten free option
I haven’t tried them yet, but I want to! I’ve heard so much about them recently.
I like Bob’s Red Mill Almond Meal and Coconut Flour for baking.
I love the wide variety of products that Bob’s carries!
I absolutely love Bob’s Red Mill products. As a vegan, they have so many options to help with vegan baking! Plus they make amazing protein powder!
I use their almond flour in baking!
Ground psyllium husk powder for making oopsie bread
Thanks! Always looking for recipes using Bob’s Red Mill products!!
I have used some of their products and would love to win this package
My favorite is Bobs Red Mill Oat Bran and I used it for hot cereal and in homemade bread!
We love Bob’s corn meal, makes the best corn bread. I also use several of their flours.