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6 Gluten-Free Brunch Ideas To Drive Away Monday Blues

Mondays fall victim to endless grudges of office-goers, especially after a long and happening weekend. While some of them binge-watch Netflix after a long, tiring day at work to drive the blues away, some others treat themselves in expensive restaurants or go to bed early after a drink or two. In other words, their Mondays are mostly spent in grudging and cursing their careers. 

Only if they could drive the blues away at brunch itself! Life would be much happier then. 

If you’re among them, these 5 savory, gluten-free brunch ideas are meant to kill off your blues and help you resume work with a smile on your face. 

Avocado Shrimp Ceviche

This Italian dish is a must-have in summer barbecues. So many veggies go into this mix that you can’t underestimate its nutritional value. Besides avocado, which offers tremendous health benefits, tomatoes, red onions, jalapeno pepper and cilantro tossed in lime juice give the ceviche its characteristic flavor. If this is included in your brunch menu, you can say goodbye to your blues for good.  

Smashed Sunchoke Tostones

Coupled with buttermilk crème Fraiche, these are absolute delights that can kick your blues off in one go. Smashed sunchokes are better than fried ones with their crispy edges and soft, fluffy interiors. Mostly served with chives, the smashed sunchokes can easily enhance your mood on a cold, sleepy Monday morning. 

Grilled Skirt Steak

Yes, just the thing you need for a high energy boost! Savor the charred skirt steaks topped with garlic and spicy herbs to remind yourself how special you are. If you’re a fan of southern food and a meat lover at large, spruce up your brunch menu with this delicious dish, it doesn’t matter if it’s a gloomy Monday or a terrific Friday. 

Waldorf Coleslaw 

An amazing apple salad recipe for summer, the Waldorf Coleslaw is meant specifically for veggie-lovers. Its sweet and salty taste accompanied by a crunchy feel is mind-blowing. You can get a low-carb version of this salad by skipping the mayonnaise but even if you don’t, it won’t give you a lot of carbs to get worried about. 

Drunken Deviled Eggs

A savory delight in parties and events, the drunken deviled eggs should be included in your brunch menu to give you the much-required boost on a Monday morning. The salty-sweet flavor of the caramel brown eggs is just the beginning. As your mouth touches the mayonnaise-dipped, mustard and lime juice flavored yolk, you are going to feel heaven on your taste buds. It’s topped with potato chips, chives, and other ingredients to enhance the spicy mix. 

Sweet Corn Spoonbread

If you like to go for a lighter brunch meal, you can try the gluten-free sweet corn Spoonbread to give yourself the much-needed motivation on a Monday morning. Coupled with buttermilk cream and cheddar, this amazing brunch dish will remind you of your childhood. 

Wrapping it up

Food is an important constituent of our regular lives and can play a big part in uplifting moods, especially on a Monday morning. If you select your brunch menu carefully and healthily, you’re unlikely to suffer from blues throughout the day. That, of course, means that you’ll feel motivated to turn your gloomy Mondays into productive ones. 

So eat well and feel good; don’t let the blues take over your spirit.