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KYLAR_STERN
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9/24/12 4:11 P

I do a peanut butter/flax hot cereal when I need to lower my carbs and have a quick and filling breakfast. I don't miss my normall oatmeal at all when I do this.

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You don't need to add the cocoa powder. I used to always do it with just cinnamon, then I add unsweetened cocoa when I wanted an indulgence.



1GROVES2
Posts: 10,054
9/24/12 11:48 A

I found a recipe for a microwave omelette...it is made in a plastic bag. I also boil 5 eggs a week for a grab and go breakfast each AM or ai take a plain Greek yogurt.



RUNANDRUN
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9/9/12 4:03 P

I scramble eggs in the microwave and it does work well. I also hard boil them for a super quick breakfast.



KBTYLER
Posts: 113
9/5/12 7:59 A

try getting a muffin tin and pushing a few slices of ham or bacon in the tin (if you use bacon wrap it around the tin to make a cup and pre-cook 1/2 way) crack an egg in to each cup add what ever you would like. Bake at 375 till egg is cooked all the way threw, Pop them in a zip lock when they cool and just warm and go



DROPCONE
Posts: 1,451
8/24/12 5:32 P

Have you tried scrambling eggs in the microwave? It's pretty quick, my microwave does it in a bout a minute and a half.

Also, there's nothing that says you have to eat only traditional breakfast food for breakfast. You could have leftovers of whatever you ate for dinner the night before (whether that's chicken, fish or beef).



HEALTHY14REAL
Posts: 2,509
8/24/12 11:51 A

Try cooking large when you have some time. Cook up some bacon or sausage and keep in the refrigerator. I also almost always have boiled eggs in the refrigerator. If you peel the eggs when you boil them they are ready to go. I boil a dozen at a time. They keep fine for several days.



HEFFER2HEALTHY
SparkPoints: (938)
Fitness Minutes: (1,578)
Posts: 5
8/23/12 10:20 A

Currently on the Atkins/south beach eating, looking for suggestions for breakfast, I don't always have time to make eggs in the morning. Does anyone have any suggestions?



 
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