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Carrot

Joined: Sep 06
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Posted: 03 Jan 2007, 14:51
Ok, I seem to always be starting the day wrong! Anyone got some good breakfast suggestions that dont require a gourmet chef? I always do the wrong thing with breakfast and indulge in a sweet pastry or croissant with a coffee. I refuse to give up my morning coffee, but I need some good, quick alternatives for breakfast that are ok on stage 1.... THANK YOU ALL!!!
CARROT
marylane

Joined: Jan 07
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Posted: 07 Jan 2007, 20:41
how bout hard boiled eggs?
Edgar

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Posted: 08 Jan 2007, 09:06
Since you like having something carby in the am try Old Wessex Ltd Irish Style Oatmeal. Takes 5 minutes. But once you serve up the cereal, add a heaping Tbs of vanilla flavored whey protein then a splash of non-fat milk and/or blueberries and bananas.
Ms Edgar
Carrot

Joined: Sep 06
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Posted: 12 Jan 2007, 02:16
Thanks everyone, and since finding my book I am reformed! Currently enjoying raspberry smoothies in the morning, with a cup of organic coffee and of course the Cocktail on waking up. I'm going to check if the smoothie is in the recipes and if not, add it!
CARROT



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