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Discussion in 'Weight Loss Forum' started by Oregon1986, May 30, 2017.
What are your go to breakfasts while trying to loose weight?
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
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.
Greek yogurt with berries and sun flower seeds.
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.
Quart of very strong coffee with alot of milk in it
I usually have a tomato or avocado with tuna or chicken salad.
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.
I agree with this wholeheartedly.
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.
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.
I find I get tired of eggs often but I also eat a lot of eggs