I am not a big breakfast eater. Sometimes I add canned pumpkin to my yogurt.
As Zorbs said, you don't have to eat breakfast type foods for breakfast. You could make extra veggies for dinner and eat them the next morning.
edit: This was on the recipe request board. I thought it was good. I used a whole egg instead of egg whites and just topped with a little bit of vanilla yogurt instead of making the icing. 2 Minute Pumpkin Pie 1/2 c. pumpkin puree 1/4 c. egg whites (from an egg or carton) Sweetener Cinnamon or pumpkin pie spice
Mix together all the ingredients. If you prefer a flan-like texture, add more pumpkin; if you prefer a cake-like texture, add more egg whites. Microwave for two minutes. Use a mix of Greek yogurt, hazelnut cream cheese, and pumpkin pie spice for the icing. Top with toasted pecans. Makes one serving.
Edited by: CLARK971 at: 9/15/2014 (06:47)
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9/14/14 12:58 P
I can can eat anything sweet in the morning. I usually have something left over from supper the night before. I make fresh salsa (tomatoes, onions, green peppers, cilantro) I have about half a cup with eggs or meat loaf or whatever.
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6/26/14 10:27 P
I am making 2 lunches in the a.m. (mine and Mickey's), and I usually include some raw vegetables to munch on, so it's easy to go 1 for the lunch box, one for me, 2 more for the lunch box,
Today for example, I was putting those little Persian cucumbers, which I love, in my lunch, and I had a couple of those. It does mean less variety but since I try and put a couple different veggies in there it works out.
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6/19/14 7:01 A
I add chopped spinach to scrambled egg whites and diced tomatoes when I have them. I often have a bowl of homemade veggie soup for breakfast. Spinach or kale can also be added to smoothies and you don't even notice.
Well, I don't see breakfast as that important to me, but... I do add spinach and onion to an omelet!
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