Breakfast

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  1. Oregon1986

    Oregon1986 Well-Known Member

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    What are your go to breakfasts while trying to loose weight?
     
  2. MELQ

    MELQ Well-Known Member

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    my husband is doing the keto diet ,so its bacon and eggs. i like making keto pancakes ( cream cheese,eggs, vanilla and cinnamon) roll them up with berries and frittatas
     
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    My husband and I only watch calories; my go to breakfast (his too most of the time) is a slice of seedtastic bread (Aldi) with a TB of chunky guacamole (Aldi) or half an avocado cubed, topped with a fried soft egg. I dot mine with sriracha.

    I recently had a dental procedure and have had to eat oatmeal. I long for my "good" breakfast.
     
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    Greek yogurt with berries and sun flower seeds.
     
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    alida Well-Known Member Supporter

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    a couple scrambled eggs with tomato slices or a omelet with mushrooms or (in season) asparagus. I make these in a non stick pan. My dr has encouraged me to "bulk" up the eggs with vegetables. A small slice of a heavy grain bread,sometimes only half a slice. I have this when it's cold, and I know it'll be awhile before I can eat again.

    I alternate that with greek yogurt mixed with some berries and a small amount of granola or cereal. This is a preferred breakfast during hot weather.

    Whole grain toast with some peanut butter and apple slices on top is good too.

    I've also had left over soup for breakfast,if it's a type thickened with some beans or meat for protein.

    For me what's important is having a breakfast that won't leave me hungry in a couple hours.
     
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    ShannonR hillbilly farmgirl

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    Quart of very strong coffee with alot of milk in it
     
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    I usually have a tomato or avocado with tuna or chicken salad.
     
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    cfuhrer Wood Nymph / Toxophilite

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    Eggs and toast most days.
    Oatmeal on others.
    Yogurt on some.

    If I'm in the mood to limit carbs I'll do eggs and some crackers.

    Similar to Alida - breakfast is fuel for the day, cut back at the other meals.
     
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    I agree with this wholeheartedly.
     
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    I have this breakfast periodically too: a cup of rice (I like basmati but any rice will do), a teaspoon or so of minced ginger and soy sauce, and a soft fried egg on top. I also dot it with sriracha.
     
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  11. DryLandFish

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    I find a good omelet with some leftover veggies/beans and a bit of cheese takes me a long way. Can cook it in a cast iron skillet with almost no oil.

    When I get sick of eggs, I'll have some oat groats with a chopped apple, nuts and a little kefir or almond milk. A few drops of stevia if I want it sweet.
     
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  12. Oregon1986

    Oregon1986 Well-Known Member

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    I find I get tired of eggs often but I also eat a lot of eggs