I like Pepperidge Farms whole wheat cinnamon and raisin bread, it is only 80 calories a slice and since it already has cinnamon and raisins in it, I don't need to add anything on top of it to make it delicious.
It is really good to use on egg sandwiches too, the sweetness somehow really complements the eggs.
Edited by: EELYRAM7 at: 2/20/2013 (09:15)
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2,105 2/20/13 8:14 A
mashed avocado with a little salt small amount of butter then spinkle with cinnamon laughing cow cheese wedge
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2/20/13 8:04 A
my mother taught me that if you like the taste of butter on bread, put a little salt on your bread instead. It tastes very similar since butter is so salty. I do this and I love it. I also sometimes spray bread with olive oil from a Misto sprayer so it's only a few calories.
I toast the bread and sometimes use mashed banana sprinkled with powdered cinnamon - no marg/butter. It is delicious. Sometimes I use cottage cheese, and occasionally I use hummus. Then of course, sometimes I use Vegemite or Marmite and they are delicious, too, but those I use margarine, also. Occasionally I put some tasty cheddar cheese on - grated or sliced with a potato peeler, so not so much is used, and pop it into the microwave to have grilled cheese on toast. Apart from the banana, all the others are a good protein source.
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2/20/13 12:38 A
I also like Neufchatel cheese with berries or even plain. I also like to cook some egg whites and make a sandwich sometimes with cooked spinach. I try to use as little butter as possible, but I sometimes add sliced tomato, too.
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3,526 2/19/13 11:05 P
cream cheese and sliced strawberries
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2/19/13 10:42 P
My breakfast consist of eating (2) mutli-grain breads and I always seem to just add margarine. I don't want to have the margarine everyday. Wanted to see what others are doing. I don't want to put p/b since I overindulge it them :(
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