best breakfast?

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kdennard

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Posted: 07 Aug 2013, 09:19
What's wrong with fruit in the morning? Fruit is wonderful. Especially taken early. Don'g forget PHyllis, there are tons of fruits. try dates and macadamia nuts for breakfast.. perhaps with banana! yum. Peace and I wish you all the best Smile
chicagobbbs

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Posted: 12 Aug 2013, 13:59
I love oatmeal with greek yogurt with fruit! YUM!! every day my reason to wake up! Smile
Nindasky

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Posted: 15 Aug 2013, 09:06
A poached egg on toast with 50 to 60g of poached trout is yummy, and I always have fruit beforehand, or a breaky omelette of one lean rasher of bacon, two eggs and a portion pot 0f light cheese, cream, about two teaspoon is great with a slice of spelt toast.
Navrig

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Posted: 20 Aug 2013, 10:42
Muesli:

http://www.dorsetcereals.co.uk/things-we-make/muesli/simply-nutty-muesli/

Served with a splash of milk and a good soaking in smoothie, in particular pineapples, bananas & coconuts:

http://www.innocentdrinks.co.uk/things-we-make#/things-we-make/smoothies/pineapples-bananas-coconuts

losing_lu

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Posted: 20 Aug 2013, 14:26
Cinnemon Grahams without milk. I take these to work in a container and eat them as soon as i get into work. YUM. As they have no milk they are more crunchy and to me, feels like I am eating more than I am!
Gill Steele

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Posted: 20 Aug 2013, 18:23
I usually stick with eggs and bacon with avocado, tomato and cheese for breakfast and I don't usually eat in between meals
suzimoose

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Posted: 20 Aug 2013, 19:58
I'm doing atkins. If it's allowed on your diet, try tamagoyaki. A great kind of Japanese omlette made with butter, 3 eggs, 3 splenda packets and 1 tsp soy sauce. If you'd like to know how I do it, I'd be glad to share. Smile As simple as scrambled eggs but looks more elegant and delicate Smile Net carbs with the above ingrediants: only 4.5!

Looks like this, there's a cute trick to making such thin and delicate layer.

mummydee

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Posted: 20 Aug 2013, 20:37
I would love to try this , how is it done, please share! not crazy on the 3 splenda paks, but i'll try it once and adjust it to my taste. I don't eat processed, only Stevia, but i'll try it once and adjust to the stevia.
suzimoose

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Posted: 20 Aug 2013, 21:18
HI Mummydee Smile I'll make tamagoyaki in the morning for breakfast and take photos to show you all step by step. Oh, I'm sure stevia will work and I think you'll love this- I mean, a little bit sweet and salty eggs? Can't beat that! Back in the morning- off to bed, so look for me tomorrow a.m. Smiles, Suzanne
losing_lu

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Posted: 22 Aug 2013, 08:21
Hi suzimoose, Did you take photos of your yummy tamagoyaki? I don't like scrambled eggs because of the texture..its too slimy for my taste buds. But that looks LUSH!! Please share you recipe with us all.

Does anyone else have super quick and easy breakfast recipes? I'm back to eating plain bran flakes with no milk or sugar (mmm yumm lol) but would LOVE some nice low fat or fat free breakies Very Happy
Valerias92

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Posted: 22 Aug 2013, 12:33
losing_lu wrote:
Hi suzimoose, Did you take photos of your yummy tamagoyaki? I don't like scrambled eggs because of the texture..its too slimy for my taste buds. But that looks LUSH!! Please share you recipe with us all.

Does anyone else have super quick and easy breakfast recipes? I'm back to eating plain bran flakes with no milk or sugar (mmm yumm lol) but would LOVE some nice low fat or fat free breakies Very Happy


I get my recipes from the yesyoucandietplan.com website.. they have healthy recipes for every meal cause I follow the yes you can diet plan diet.
chispaza

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Posted: 22 Aug 2013, 13:03
My easy go to breakfasts are smoothies.
suzimoose

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Posted: 22 Aug 2013, 19:24
Sorry, I almost forgot to post.

According to FS fact sheets of ingredients, (not including butter) it's only 4.67 NET CARBS and 19.37 grams protein(and net carbs because I use 3 splenda packets for the way I prefer it).

Mind you, I couldn't photograph myself while holding the pan etc, I'm not that talented, lol. So am using these images of someone else doing it.

Ingredients:
3 whole eggs
2-3 packets of Splenda
1 teaspoon soy sauce
Butter for the pan


Step one:
Put eggs, sweetner, and soy sauce together in a small bowl.

Mix very well, by hand (as you would any scrambled eggs)

Heat your non-stick pan over medium to med. high heat, but butter in pan (careful not to burn it)

Here are the steps, with photos (sorry for the quality)

This is done in several layers- I usually make three layers worth in a smaller pan (I use like an 8" egg non-stick pan this shows a bigger pan, so more eggs would be required, but the ratio of ingredients remain about the same. Use your judgement after you taste this basic recipe to know if you like it more sweet or more salty from soy sauce)

Here's the best I can manage for photos, showing the process to get the nice thin layers.







Let me know if you give it a try and how you like it. Did you like yours sweeter or more salty?

Smiles,
Suzanne/SuziMoose in NW IllinoisSmile

lj1234

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Posted: 22 Aug 2013, 23:05
Breakfast- single serve of natural porridge made with Light milk, Teaspoon of LSA and 1/2 teaspoon Nutmeg or Cinnamon. sometimes I add 1/4 cup of raisins or grated apple. dose the trick fills you up and is nice and warm on cold winters morning.
kdennard

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Posted: 23 Aug 2013, 10:54
sounds nice.
Do you sometimes have fruits (berries ) for breakfast? ) simple!
kdennard

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Posted: 23 Aug 2013, 10:55
YOu can put together some blackberries for breakfast: easily under 6Grams of carbs.
ronwmiller

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Posted: 25 Aug 2013, 10:09
Making sure you get a healthy breakfast is important. Here's some other ideas from our dietician.

http://www.urgravity.com/blog/index.php/healthy-breakfast-ideas/" rel="nofollow">www.urgravity.com/blog

- RM
Nkour

Joined: Sep 13
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Posted: 01 Sep 2013, 22:03
2 eggs, 2 thin cut center pork chops 6oz total, 1 serving almonds, 1 fruit
Everything above this line is just my opinion, I could be wrong.
foreverhealt...

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Posted: 02 Sep 2013, 12:32
Nkour; is breakfast your main meal of the day? that is a full meal. I have not tried having my fullest meal for the morning; though do believe in a good breakfast.
I also like where you had commented to eat foods with only one or two ingredients added. I love to try recipes; but, forget every ingredient is more consumed food



Nkour wrote:
2 eggs, 2 thin cut center pork chops 6oz total, 1 serving almonds, 1 fruit
Nkour

Joined: Sep 13
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Posted: 02 Sep 2013, 12:40
In general I do normally eat the most in the morning, the least at dinner and I do snack through out the day, almonds, fruit, piece of cheese. But I always keep my total calorie intake between 1500 & 2000. From what I've read, the biggest meal of the day should be breakfast because then your active so you burn it off.
But I think my one ingredient strategy is key. Fruit, nuts, meat, poultry, pork chicken - one ingredient. And when I cook, I don't add anything, no salt, pepper, marinade...nothing. I thought the food would be bland and nasty when I first decided to try but quite the contrary...to me it tasted so much better then the food we "doctor up" with sauces & such. The only condiment I use is yellow mustard and I make sure that there are no preservitives in it just mustard seed, turmeric, vinegar.
Everything above this line is just my opinion, I could be wrong.



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