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Simple Breakfast Recommendations? - July 5th 2019, 07:24 PM

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I'm having a hard time wanting to eat breakfast lately because I always resort the same traditional breakfast foods (toast/bagels, cereal, muffins, eggs) and I'm really sick of them. Sausage and bacon are okay, but can be time consuming, and I get sick of it after a while. It doesn't help that I don't care much for other typical breakfast foods like pancakes/waffles, yogurt, oatmeal, grits, etc. I do not have a lot of time to cook in the morning during the week, but I can meal-prep on the weekend. I also tend to eat breakfast early, so lighter meals are preferred.

So if anyone has any breakfast recommendations that somewhat fit this, I'd love to hear them!

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Re: Simple Breakfast Recommendations? - July 6th 2019, 05:34 AM

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Re: Simple Breakfast Recommendations? - July 9th 2019, 08:30 AM


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Re: Simple Breakfast Recommendations? - July 11th 2019, 11:37 PM

Thanks so much for the suggestions. I will definitely give some of those a try

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Re: Simple Breakfast Recommendations? - July 13th 2019, 12:27 AM

I've been wanting to reply to this for a while now but I haven't been able to.

Do you like rice cakes? I've found them to be a simple and easy option. I really don't like to eat early in the morning and they're more doable for me. You could get a plain one and spread peanut butter or Nutella on it. You can also get chocolate ones or any other flavor you like. They tend to be filling for a while too.

What about fruit cups? Those could be something to try as well. I have the regular ones but there's a company that makes the fruit cups with a little bit of oats in them and they aren't too bad. You could also do fruit in general, like peaches and stuff like that. Since you can prep on the weekends, you could make a fruit salad or something and divide it to eat throughout the week.

Do you like to put anything in your eggs? I can't eat eggs on their own so I'll put stuff in them, like onions, peppers, tomatoes. It keeps it more interesting.

There's a lot of different toppings you can do to mix things up with bagels and English muffins. When I started losing weight I didn't want to give up waffles, so I got 'healthier' ones and topped them with a little bit of honey instead of syrup.

I don't know if this is something you'd be interested in but Hamilton Beach makes a breakfast sandwich maker and you can do a whole lot more with breakfast in it. A lot of people like it because it can preheat/cook their sandwich while they're getting ready to leave. If you don't want to buy it new, a lot of thrift stores have them new in the box.

I don't blame you for not liking yogurt! I can't eat it either. I hope you find some foods to help change your routine.

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Re: Simple Breakfast Recommendations? - July 19th 2019, 10:01 AM

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