Healthy and fast breakfasts ??

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Oct 5, 2014 4:08am
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I am always in a rush to get to school and i always skip breakfast ! Any suggestions ! id appreciate it !

05 Oct
Oatmeal
05 Oct
It's fast n healthy and most important cheap
26 Oct
Nutrition grain bars
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10 Posts
Oct 5, 2014 4:18am
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It may not be the best but I am always in a rush in the morning and I've just been grabbing protein shakes from the gas station every morning, and it feels like food.

05 Oct
Hmm ! I think im just going to look up some quick recipes thank you !
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821 Posts
Oct 5, 2014 6:48am
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My 2 favorite breakfast meals right now is nonfat Greek yogurt with fruit and fiber one cereal. Or protein shake with soy milk fruit an egg and sometimes tofu.

08 Oct
Thanks for the advice ! Really appreciate it
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385 Posts
Oct 5, 2014 10:03am
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I have Porridge every morning.

Instant porridge pots but you need to check there not high in sugar and semi skimmed powder.  I make it watery if I'm in rush as you can almost drink it like a thick shake.

In the time before cereals we would of ate almost anything for breakfast in some places of the world they still do..we are brainwashed by commercialism to eat unhealthier food.

05 Oct
You should use proper, steel-rolled oats, and cook them slowly. Good with sliced banana, sultanas, honey. These instant-oats porridgeshave got bugger all goodness in them.
05 Oct
Thanks...I talked about this recently with the Scottish side of my family better oats up there than England
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1655 Posts
Oct 8, 2014 6:04am
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I make a large omelette (usually 15 eggs) on a Sunday. I put two days worth in the fridge and freeze the other days. I hate mornings so this way I can just heat it up and scoff it down. I also have a meal replacement drink in my bag at all times just in case.. Oh, and coffee.. LOTS of coffee!!
08 Oct
That is super good idea ! thanks for helping !
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1655 Posts
Oct 8, 2014 6:05am
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Well said Duncan! I love my Scottish porridge oats and honey
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274 Posts
Oct 8, 2014 10:38pm
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3 hard boiled eggs

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Oct 8, 2014 11:47pm
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I do a protein smoothie. We prefer a brand called Max Muscle,they are a franchise like GNC, but all of their supplements and ingredients of supplements are made in the U.S.A.

recipe:
1 Scoop protein
1 cup milk (I use Silk Almond unsweetened vanilla) only 30kcals
1/2 banana
1-2 TBSP Pb2 (powdered  peanut butter only 45Kcals for 2TBSP)
1/8 cup oatmeal.
Add ice mix in blender.
I often make the night before and add ice in the AM to remix and save time in the morning.

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Oct 9, 2014 1:25am
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Dates and milk

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3 Posts
Oct 9, 2014 2:12am
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I put fiber cereal in a Tupperware with some granola, a few almonds and raisins. And I pack a Greek 2% yogurt. Then I mix it all together. Sometimes I add frozen blueberries to the mix.  Or an almond butter and jelly sandwich on whole wheat. Hard boiled egg for morning snack. All of this can be prepared one or two days before.

09 Oct
I usually just stick with fruit for breakfast- few bananas, grape maby an apple or pear sliced up ad some yogurt :) that keeps me going
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8 Posts
Oct 9, 2014 2:50pm
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Avocado, baked with an egg where the pit goes
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667 Posts
Oct 9, 2014 5:08pm
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I have a topic on this under my profile, check it out
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41 Posts
Oct 9, 2014 5:56pm
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Omellete
waffles
boiled eggs
greek yogurt
oatmeal maybe even a banana or apple if your in a real rush

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77 Posts
Nov 1, 2014 2:11am
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Toasted bread with any topping and a banana!! :)

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