Fat Flush Breakfast

next topic
Carrot

Joined: Sep 06
Posts: 27

      quote  
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
Posts: 1

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

Joined: Jan 07
Posts: 1

      quote  
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
Posts: 27

      quote  
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



Forum Search
Advanced forum search



Latest Posts

High Protein Lower-Fat Options (Using whole, real foods)
Posted recipe in LuC2 Cookbook: CINNAMON GRANOLA CLUSTERS (as promised). Don't skip the virgin coconut oil (you simply can't beat the aromatic enhancement to the granola) or oat flour (it's ...
by LuC2 on 18 Apr 14 07:45 PM
It's expensive season at my local market
Yum, steak is a rarity for me as well. Am planting some chard, not something that is available to buy, have never even seen it in a farmers market here.
by wholefoodnut on 17 Apr 14 04:58 AM
CSA challenge: Carrots, Kale, Fennel, Spring Onion
sounds delicious and I will definitely try it, as much as I'm a veggie nut , Kale is not one of my favourites and i've tried so many recipes knowing how good it is for me, I tolerate it rather ...
by mummydee on 12 Apr 14 03:50 AM
serving size for dry ingredients
Check the food label, it should tell you. Rice tends to have higher calories. Usually it's 1/4 cup dry and about 150-200 calories
by NCNOLE on 10 Apr 14 04:49 PM
Need ideas for more PROTEIN please!
Also protein powder. I use it every day
by dylansmom0110 on 07 Apr 14 11:24 AM

Member Tip

average member ranking
by member Not2Late
This is a great time to make your own cranwater while they are in season. I get a bag of cranberries for 99 cents here so you are saving bundles; it is however, a little time consuming.
17 Nov 08 for diet Fat Flush Plan