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IWILLMAKEIT91 SparkPoints: (2,511)
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3/26/13 10:22 A

thank you for all the tips and ideas

SEAFLOAT SparkPoints: (8,886)
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3/25/13 9:47 P

I got this idea off pinterest. Make ahead refrigerator oatmeal. Check it out. It's easy, yummy and healthy. You may have to copy and paste the link below.

http://www.theyummylife.com/Refrigerator
_Oatmeal

SPORTYLAWGIRL SparkPoints: (11,836)
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3/25/13 7:48 P

Toast with nut butter. Toast, spread, grab and go. Maybe grab a banana too.

ELENGIL SparkPoints: (33,011)
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3/25/13 3:25 P

I put the (non-liquid) ingredients for my smoothie in the blender the night before, but don't blend it. Store in the fridge, then in the morning, I pull it out, add liquid, and blend. Very quick and easy.

My favorite fast breakfasts: eggs or chicken in a tortilla with avocado.


ROXIELU0422 Posts: 317
3/25/13 1:45 P

I try and boil a dozen eggs and have them on had to grab and go. I also get the Jimmy Dean Delights sandwiches with the egg whites, sausage or canadian bacon, and throw those in my bag so I can heat them up at work. I saw smoothies mentioned, that's a great idea as well.

JENSTRESS Posts: 4,352
3/25/13 11:51 A

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I make smoothies. Super easy for on the go, as you just blend and then pour into your cup and go. I use one of those plastic reusable glasses with the lid and straw. Works great. The best part is that I can freeze the extra and thaw it in the refrigerator a little and have it for the next day!

HUNNA13 Posts: 180
3/25/13 11:32 A

I grab a small cup of fat free vanilla yogurt with granola mixed in. Im an on the go gal too and this is delicious and filling.

BARBWMS Posts: 1,393
3/25/13 11:27 A

A cup of yogurt and fruit? Hard cooked egg and fruit? For me it works best to have some solid protein as well as fruit. Even a quickly toasted English muffin with light cheese or Canadian bacon and a banana.... It doesn't have to be traditional breakfast stuff either. Use low cal whole grain bread and make a sandwich the night before... peanut butter, or egg salad made with light mayo or avocado and tomato, or.... you get the picture!

Good luck. .and enjoy the 2-year-old.. she'll be off to college before you know it.

Barb


BSTEVENS87 SparkPoints: (1,075)
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3/25/13 11:24 A

Hi everyone! I'm needing breakfast ideas that can be ate "on the go". I'm not a morning person by any means and whenever I have a 2 year old to get ready also, I find myself struggling for time to get a healthy breakfast in. Can people give me suggestions of good for you breakfast ideas that are quick to prepare and easy to take with you?

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