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Healthy Breakfasts

Tuesday, January 22, 2013

I never knew that a yummy breakfast could also be healthy. I'm the kind of girl that could eat a whole package of bacon for breakfast with 3 eggs and toast and be happy and satisfied. I could never get enough bacon. Now that has changed.

I haven't had that kind of breakfast in about a month and I don't even miss it. Today I had scrambled egg beaters with chopped spinach (thank you Magic Bullet) and avocado on top with a side of multigrain toast. OMG it was so good and I was satisfied. How amazing is that?! As long as I can continue eating healthy food that tastes this good then I shouldn't have a problem sticking with my new way of eating.

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    Thanks for all the comments. emoticon
    1882 days ago
    Oh man that sounds tasty. I might have to make that for my breakfast one day this week! Thanks for the idea : )
    And WOO HOO for food victories!
    1882 days ago
  • PICKIE98
    I make a modified California omelette. I had the real thing in The Cheesecake Factory in Chicago a few years back.
    Theirs was :four eggs, sliced tomato, sliced avocado, lots of sliced cheese, onions, served with a huge LOAF of their homemade bread and cinnamon butter.

    I make it with two eggbeaters eggs, tomato, avocado, onions, a sprinkle of low-fat cheese for taste, whole grain bread with Olivio spread or dry toast.
    Isn't it fun to cheat the menu and make yours better?
    1882 days ago
    Woo hoo, great for you! That breakfast does sound yummy! Congrats on your new and healthier way of eating, it's working for you! emoticon
    1882 days ago
    Congratulations! I was never a breakfast eater nor fruit eater. Now I fill up with fruit for breakfast and feel like I'm off to a great lo-cal start.
    1882 days ago
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