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JENMC14 Posts: 2,707
5/18/12 4:06 P

Do you have access to a microwave? If so, take an egg or some egg whites with you, scramble them in the micro, toast up some bread (if you have access), add a little light butter/spread/creamcheese and a slice of 2% cheese for a yummy breakfast sandwich. Oatmeal with fruit.Change it up and have "lunch" for breakfast. Make a batch of egg or chicken salad and have some of that in a whole wheat wrap or pita or on whoel wheat bread/toast for breakfast.

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5/18/12 4:03 P

If you have a Trader Joe's nearby, you absolutely have to try their maple & brown sugar steelcut oats. They're about $1.99 for a box of two frozen pucks. I bring them to me with work, along with a bowl, microwave a couple minutes, then enjoy! They're super healthy, and keep me full until lunchtime.

http://www.seriouseats.com/2010/06/trade
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DIAMONDBLUE24 Posts: 55
5/18/12 3:28 P

I generally eat my breakfast when I get to work, so I like to choose things that can be packed up the night before and tossed in a bag in the morning. Lately, I've been eating plain greek yogurt with strawberries, a drizzle of honey, and vanilla flax granola. I don't want to get in a rut, so I thought I'd try out a couple of new things next week. Any suggestions?

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