These delicious breakfast recipes for Ulcerative Colitis and Crohn’s Disease can help you manage your symptoms without skimping on flavor or nutrition.

A square slice of bell pepper and spinach egg bake featuring vibrant green spinach and red tomato pieces sits on a white plate. A vintage-style fork with a wooden handle rests beside the egg bake. The plate is placed on a light grey textured surface, with a white cloth napkin partially visible in the top left corner of the image.

Dairy-Free Bell Pepper & Spinach Egg Bake

Try this spinach egg bake for a perfect savory breakfast combination. It’s rich in vitamins, minerals and protein to support an IBD-friendly diet, and pairs well with other IBD-friendly easy bake items.

Stack of golden-brown oat pancakes topped with fresh blueberries and drizzled with golden maple syrup on a light-textured background.

Air Fryer Oat Pancakes (Gluten & Dairy-Free)

With only 8 ingredients, this air fryer pancake recipe will spruce up your breakfast in less than 30 minutes! These pancakes are a great gluten- and dairy-free option to satisfy your cravings and start your day on the right foot.

A pair of homemade chicken and apple sausage patties are presented on a wooden board, with a fresh, green apple cut into a wedge and a head of lettuce in the background. To the side, a small black bowl contains a complementary sauce. The patties have a golden-brown crust from pan-searing, and the herbs within suggest a flavorful blend. The overall setting suggests a healthy, home-cooked meal.

Homemade Chicken and Apple Sausage Patties

Homemade chicken and apple sausage patties are delicious and easy to make. Not only are they packed with protein and antioxidants, but they also offer the delightful sweetness of fresh apples, enhancing both the taste and juiciness.

An up-close image of apple cranberry muffins on a granite countertop surrounded by cranberries

Healthy Apple Cranberry Muffins (Vegan & Gluten-Free)

Simple and delicious, these healthy Apple Cranberry Muffins are perfect for breakfast on-the-go and sweet enough to enjoy as a dessert. They’re also packed with nutrients and friendly for many dietary restrictions!

A close up image of a frittata made with asparagus and mushrooms in the cast iron skillet the dish was cooked in.

Asparagus & Mushroom Frittata (Gluten-Free)

Easily digestible and rich in nutrients, this frittata can soothe and support damaged gut linings with phytonutrient-rich plants, prebiotics, and vitamins A and E. So if you’re looking for a breakfast that’s nutritious, delicious, easy-to-make, and gut-friendly, this asparagus and mushroom frittata is it!

A close up image of anti-inflammatory egg white muffins with veggies

Mini Egg White Cups with Veggies

This recipe is for you if you’re looking to try incorporating more vegetables into your eating plan, as:

1) the vegetables are cooked, thereby breaking down some of the fiber content in them
2) you can easily add or subtract veggies from this recipes to help determine tolerance.

An up close image of pancakes with blend of anti-inflammatory spices

Spiced Pancakes with Orange Zest

Are you looking for a way to boost the flavor of pancakes with anti-inflammatory ingredients? Not only did my picky-eater husband with Crohn’s approve of the flavor and texture of the pancakes, but the aroma that filled my kitchen made my mouth water. My taste buds were also so delighted by these pancakes that I’m never going back to regular pancakes again!

A close up image of banana pancakes that were created using this recipe

Banana Pancakes

This simple banana pancake recipe is on regular rotation in my home. Not only does my picky-eater husband (with Crohn’s disease) love these pancakes, but they’ve also been a hit with brunch guests without gut issues.

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