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BLACKADDER75 Posts: 165
7/28/13 10:01 P

Thanks sounds yummy! Thanks for the suggestion.

KATFEY Posts: 31
7/28/13 3:48 P

Try a Morningstar Farms sausage (actually Vegetable Protein) patty on a light english muffin with some hummus. I put the patty in the micro for 30 seconds then flip it over and put it on the muffin with about a tablespoon of hummus. Then back in the microwave for 15 seconds. Yummy.

MICHELLEXXXX SparkPoints: (11,223)
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7/28/13 4:32 A

I find tuna to be versatile. I like it plain or mixed with one or more of the following:
- salsa
- onions, olive oil, vinegar, and garlic powder
- eggs in quiche muffins
- mayo and egg yolk in devil eggs
- shredded spinach (or any chopped veggie such as celery or cucumber)
- greek yogurt
- mustard

HEALTHYJ29 SparkPoints: (0)
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7/28/13 3:00 A

I have never had tuna and eggs to me it sounds gross but everyone is different.
I would put tuna on a whole grain wrap
You could also do turkey on whole wheat bread.
Breakfast does not have to be breakfast foods

DMURPHY35 SparkPoints: (10,529)
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7/27/13 9:54 P

Overnight oatmeal, there are a lot of variations out there. I like putting it together before I go to bed and it is waiting on me when I get up. One of my favorite "recipes" is 1/4c uncooked old fashioned oats, 1/4c plain fat free greek yogurt, 1/3c vanilla almond milk, 2Tbsp coconut, 2Tbsp sliced almonds and 1/2c chopped fresh pineapple. Mix it all up and pop it in the fridge. Keeps me full all morning.

BLACKADDER75 Posts: 165
7/27/13 4:21 P

I normal can last from breakfast to lunch without a problem. The thing that is different now is the level of physical activity of my job. I usually would take a break and grab some thing but we are so busy that I don't have time to. So, it's just not feasible at this time. Hopefully work will slow down soon and I can get back to my normal schedule. I will try to add more to my breakfast and see if that works.

BLACKADDER75 Posts: 165
7/27/13 4:00 P

I've never thought about tuna for breakfast. I would assume it would be mixed with eggs? Any suggestions on what else to do with it?

7/27/13 12:39 P

All-bran muffins. Use the recipe on the side of the box with the "healthy" substitutions. I leave out most of the sugar and add blueberries. Sometimes I add protein powder in order to bulk up the protein, and sometimes i add shredded carrots and zucchini in place of the other liquid.
They stay frozen. I pop them in the microwave and eat them on the go. They are tasty, extremely filling, and healthy.

GEVANS7 SparkPoints: (232,859)
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7/27/13 12:33 P

I'll cook a big pot of oatmeal and pour I one cup full into individual plastic containers to take to work. I don't mind eating cold oatmeal.

Or, I'll have some fruit and yogurt.

Or some cottage cheese and mandarin oranges or peaches.

HEALTHYJ29 SparkPoints: (0)
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7/27/13 6:42 A

Are you going too long between breakfast and lunch?
What about adding more to your current breakfast such as yogurt/fruit?
Would you be able to eat a quick morning snack such as nut butter spread on a banana which would take 5 minutes to eat.

MIXITUP1 Posts: 68
7/26/13 9:23 P

Greek yogurt with fruit and a few almonds is the quick go-to. Oatmeal with almonds and fruit is always healthy.

KNUCKLES145 Posts: 15,420
7/26/13 9:18 P

I need protein for breakfast or forget it. my normal breakfast is greek yogurt with fresh berries.

MICHELLEXXXX SparkPoints: (11,223)
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7/26/13 7:53 P

hard boiled eggs (prep a 1/2 dozen Sunday)
leftover protein from previous dinner
green smoothie
green yogurt w raw veggies
tuna pouch

BLACKADDER75 Posts: 165
7/26/13 7:31 P

I need some quick and easy breakfast ideas for the weekdays. I normally have waffles with peanut butter or a quick breakfast sandwich. Right now we are super busy at work and I 'm always hungry by 10 o'clock. I normally don't have time to stop and grab a snack. Any ideas on filling breakfasts that don't take much time to prepare? I'm not a morning person but I'm okay with preping the night before.

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