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Cheleez30

Joined: Oct 08
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Posted: 02 Oct 2008, 12:28
Hi All...can someone help me with a new breakfast recipe. I have been eating the same thing..eggs and bacon or sausage every morning since I have started...I need some variety !!!

PLEASE HELP !

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lorik

Joined: Aug 07
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Posted: 02 Oct 2008, 13:01
I enjoy an omelete with spinach and mozarella cheese... of course, it's still eggs, lol. You could have a little cottage cheese with orange flavored sugar free gelatin (the powder).. if you're wanting something sweet. The low carb shakes are great if you're on the run... You could make some muffins w/ soy flour, wheat or oat bran, splenda, baking powder, heavy cream, eggs, and maybe some fresh raspberries or blueberries... Also, you can make pancakes low carb and use the sugar free syrup... you could also make low carb shakes or slushies.
Diets are like a jar of jalapenos.... the choices you make today might just burn your butt tomorrow!!!

"I can lose weight and be healthy, exercise to the best of my ability, and get stronger and better at it every time I do it."
gotchocolate

Joined: Sep 08
Posts: 9

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Posted: 07 Oct 2008, 12:21
I eat a toasted english muffin w/4 thin slices of oscar myer deli honey ham and 1 slice of kraft american cheese. It's only 5 pts for breakfast and keeps me feeling full til lunch.

A friend of mine here at work eats apple cinnamon oatmeal(says keeps her til lunch).
tianna5

Joined: Oct 07
Posts: 20

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Posted: 11 Oct 2008, 16:41
Atkins Website has a two week meal plan with great ideas...there's still a lot of eggs but taste is different , my favorite is "creamy baked eggs with cheese" Wink
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BestFatHelp

Joined: Jul 07
Posts: 25

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Posted: 12 Oct 2008, 12:55
Cheleez30 wrote:
Hi All...can someone help me with a new breakfast recipe. I have been eating the same thing..eggs and bacon or sausage every morning since I have started...I need some variety !!!

PLEASE HELP !

Cool


Try this, it's awesome & healthy.
http://http://cardiologist-wife.com/Cardiologists_Wifes_Chocolate_Too_Diet/RECIPES/Entries/2008/7/12_Banana_Walnut_Protein_MuffinsTM%2C_310_calories_each.html

Protein keeps you feeling full longer. This site has amazing new health info too...like, avoid bacon, saturated fat. Advice on hidden sugar in diets too.

Good luck! Keep at it!

Mistiqual

Joined: Oct 08
Posts: 4

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Posted: 14 Oct 2008, 20:46
Can any one suggest a good cruncy snack for phase 2? Fruit is not filling that spot.
luv2eat2

Joined: Sep 08
Posts: 39

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Posted: 15 Oct 2008, 10:01
I sometimes just have a rollup of a slice of turkey in a slice of lowfat cheese, like an Alpine Lace or something like that. Even roll that in a lettuce leaf if you want.

A crunchy snack I enjoy are some almonds.
luv2eat2
acastiglione

Joined: Jun 08
Posts: 22

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Posted: 15 Oct 2008, 10:10
I found in the "healthy" section of King Soopers...where they sell the higher end nuts, dry roasted edamame...it's like peanuts but much healthier. NC are 2 and they have regular dry roasted and wasabi...it's good but it'll clear the sinuses! Higher protein and less sodium and fat than regular peanuts.




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