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Saturday, March 26, 2011

Bird's Nest - Eggs & Potatoes (GLUTEN-FREE)

Today, is the day! One of my twin daughters has to officially start eating Gluten-Free (at least for now), until we have a for sure diagnosis (celiac or just an intolerance to gluten). But, starting today we will be going down an unknown path of GLUTEN-FREE. This recipe was so very simple and yet we were so happy to find out that it was all GLUTEN-FREE.

Bird's Nest (Eggs & Potatoes)

1 to 2 eggs
1 cup of frozen hashbrown potatoes
1 - 2 tsp of Grandma's Salt

Spray skillet with non-stick spray and heat. Add in frozen hashbrowns and begin to brown. Once they are completely cooked, spread them all out to the outer sides of the pan leaving a round circle in the middle of the pan. Crack egg, add to the pan; sprinkle with Grandma's Salt (or other seasoning) and begin cooking. For an over-easy egg let cook completely on one side and flip for just a second; then serve.

10 comments:

  1. oh, i am sorry about your daughter, but There are tons and tons of very delicious gluten free recipes out there! I am sure both of you would have lots of fun planning your next meals! And that bird nest of eggs and potatoes look like so savoury and delicious!

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  2. Oh goodness, but what a sweet mom to find good recipes that are still yummy and follow the diet.

    This looks fab!

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  3. Good luck on your gluten free journey! My hubs has celiac, so we are there with you. :) My little boy has ADHD, and I am likely going to start him on a GF diet too and see if it makes a difference. I'll be watching for yummy gluten free recipes. Take care!

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  4. So simple! I don't know much about eating gluten free, but if you find more recipes like this it will be easy :) And I bet my toddler will get a kick out of it if I tell him he's eating a birds nest, haha.

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  5. Dear Tina, thanks for stopping by I love your blog. And love your twins , I have twins too but a son and a daugther they have 17 years so nice.
    About gluten free, thanks God now they are many recipes gluten free.I think some blogs will be userful for you.
    PD OF course I voted for your daughter !
    huggs gloria

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  6. I have posted a few really fun GF recipes on my site (just click recipes on side) I'm not sensitive to gluten but I do think that eating GF can be healther and easy on your digestive system. I just voted for your daughter too....I love moms who do all they can do to be smart about collage and scholorships etc...my oldest is only 10, but I plan to get research to find out ways to not have to fork over thousands of dollars!!!

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  8. This sounds interesting...i've never mixed egg & potatoes like this before...good luck on your gluten free diet! :)

    Tnx for linking up at my party this weekend!

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  9. My kids love dishes that have unexpected names like this one. I am sure it would be a hit...what's not to like with potatoes and eggs!?!

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  10. Tina-

    My sons and I are gluten-free. It's so hard at first. It's been a year and now I can't remember what it was like to eat that way! Please let me know if you have any questions.

    I'd LOVE if you could share this with my readers tonight @Creative Juice Thursday. Party starts @ 7pm CST. Get your crafting shoes on. Hope to see you there...

    p.s. Udi's bread will be your best friend. Check out Elana's Pantry, Ginger Lemon Girl, and Spunky Coconut {all great blogs} for amazing GF recipes...

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