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VTRICIA Posts: 1,981
3/25/13 10:01 A

I have smaller bowls that keep my portions a little more in line. I actually measure the cereal and milk now and the to check my portion sense.

Edited by: VTRICIA at: 3/25/2013 (10:02)
SUNSHINE6442 Posts: 1,814
3/25/13 8:04 A

How about a portion of 7 Grain Whole Cheerios with blueberries and skim which is balanced.

Measure a portion old Fashioned Oatmeal, add blueberries and chopped walnuts

Van's has 97% Fat Free Waffles...2 are just 120 calories...top with some Benocal since it has plant sterols to keep choclesterol down

1 Hard Boiled egg on a slice of toasted Rye Bread or you can scrambled egg whites fast

Fage Greek 0% Plain Yogurt with Berries for energy

BUBBLEJ1 Posts: 2,821
3/25/13 4:47 A

It takes me less than 10 minutes to weigh out and eat 100g of Greek yogurt, mix in a little sugar and cinnamon, then add 35g of cereal. That's pretty quick if you ask me

YOJULEZ SparkPoints: (15,605)
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3/24/13 11:50 P

I do a bit of measuring but it's very easy... I leave the 2 cups I need sitting out on the counter. I do 1/2 cup 0% greek yogurt, a whole apple cut up into small chunks, (that I do not weigh or measure, I just guesstimate for my tracker), and 1/3 cup granola.

You can also pre-make breakfast sandwiches in bulk and keep them in the fridge wrapped up. Then on the morning of, just wrap in a paper towel and microwave to heat up.

JAMIRBLAZE Posts: 867
3/24/13 9:38 P

You can pre-portion out cereal or oatmeal. I make green smoothies the night before except when I'm really lazy. Then I'll do a protein bar. You could also portion out eggs (or whites) and veggies the night before in a microwave safe bowl and zap it in the morning.

SPORTYLAWGIRL SparkPoints: (8,005)
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3/24/13 9:36 P

Go for cereal or toast. Easy, light, and nutritious.

DRAGONCHILDE SparkPoints: (56,921)
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3/24/13 9:02 P

I'm generally not a big shake-proponent, but if you're one of those who doesn't care much for breakfast first thing, especially on your way to do active things, a protein shake can be a good way to get started without having to make an elaborate meal, or *chew*. You can even premake one the night before. Quick and easy portion control, doesn't make you have to eat something, and gives you the fuel you need to get your day started.

KYLIAK Posts: 213
3/24/13 5:58 P

oatmeal either pre packed or rough measured. i buy quaker quick oats and pour in water and microwave i put bananna, fruits or even dried prunes and cranberries on top. very filling and quick

WHOLENEWME79 Posts: 939
3/24/13 4:09 P

Frozen whole grain waffle with peanut butter and half a banana. Fiber, protein, good carbs and portable.

Or a granola or protein bar. You could also make ahead eggs, like hard boiled or those mini frittattas from the sparkrecipes site and have them with an english muffin or bagel thin or something.

Fruit is always good, too. So are sandwiches.

ELLGEEBEE SparkPoints: (1,038)
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3/24/13 3:02 P

On days when I am pressed for time I grab a protein bar. I buy the Quest protein bars, and have really come to love the apple pie and cinnamon roll flavors. I'll usually eat one with half a banana or an apple!

L_I_S_A Posts: 6
3/24/13 2:56 P

Please I need ideas I really struggle eating breakfast. I normally get up have a cup of green tea then do the school run muck out the horse and eat lunch at 11-12.

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