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Whats your breakfast?

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Mine are mostly the same every day:

 

1 slice of whole wheat bread

1 slice of smoked turkey breast (starting to look for that protein goal)

1 serving of mini pretzels (about 20 pieces if I have some)

8 or 10 ounces of black coffee with 1/2 teaspoon of sugar

1 Kind bar (peanut butter dark chocolate if I have some)

1 bottle of water

 

I have a desk job so my breakfasts are light.

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I eat a plain 3 egg omlet and a bowl of plain Cheerios. 

 

I like food to be simple.

 

But I have begun to suspect I am really eating more than I should for breakfast. I'm not sure. I walk a lot in the evenings (4+ miles) and often go to bed hungry....

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On 1/2/2018 at 8:56 AM, Mab said:

We normally have Turkish style breakfast - 

I'm just starting with all this and trying to lose weight so I'll have maybe 1 boiled egg, sliced tomatoes and cucumber, and nor cheese or hellim.

My OH is really in shape but wants to bulk up, he'll have protein powder shake with banana, peanuts, milk and cinammon; egg white and tarragon omelette, cucumber, tomatoes, olives, Nor or Hellim, and then usually wholewheat bread with pekmez and tahini

And vast quantities of coffee :):):) 

Yum, Turkish breakfast is so good.

 

I really like oatmeal. I make it overnight in a slow cooker and add raw apple, peanut butter, cinnamon, stevia and a little bit of maple syrup.

Or, sometimes I have a fried egg with a little shredded cheese on gluten-free toast.

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On 3/20/2018 at 9:54 AM, Veggie Novelist said:
Greek Yogurt Blackberry Parfait
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It's super tasty, and when all is said and done, I end with about 40g of protein. I used to love cereal (Cinnamon Toast Crunch baby!), but with all the sugar, it's amazing I ate it everyday. For me this is the perfect breakfast to accomplish all my goals.


That looks lovely


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Usually I have:
1 cup of cheerios

.5 cup of 2% milk

Sometimes a small banana.

 

If I'm in a hurry I get a protein showdown at Sheetz, it has:

Flatbread

Eggwhites

cheddar cheese

& pepper jack cheese.

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Gave up breakfast a few months back; I usually don't eat anything before noon except on the weekends. Then it's almost always bacon and eggs. Don't miss it or even notice during the week. (One less thing to worry about.)

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My weekdays are crazy, so if I want to eat well I have to meal prep. The easiest make-in-advance breakfast I've found that works for me is "pancakes" where the batter is

 

2 whole eggs

2 egg whites

1/3 c. oatmeal

salt, stevia, and vanilla/almond/peppermint extract to taste

 

My post-workout smoothie is generally protein powder, half an avocado, and a cup of frozen fruit (favorite is peaches but I usually go with whatever's on sale). 

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Coffee. Sometimes with a dash of milk.

 

IF FTW :)

 

Unless I'm on a climbing trip. Then its a few eggs with italian sausage, cheese, and avocado in a tortilla, a beer, and coffee. But no lunch.

 

Recent bigwall breakfast: tortilla, nutella, a couple bits of salami or tuna pouch, instant not-so-iced coffee. Again no lunch.

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Muesli all kinds of ways. Depending on my mood, I'll have a double portion of the traditional one:

1/2 cup rolled oats

1/4 cup plain yogurt

1/4 cup milk

1 tbs honey

1 tsp vanilla extract

2 tbs chopped nuts

Mix and set overnight

Or a savory version with an egg

1/2 cup rolled oats

1/2 cup vegetable broth

1/2 a carrot

1/2 stalk celery

1/4 chopped onion

Saute veggies, add to pot with oats and broth, add a little salt and pepper.

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