I just use eggs... but same difference I suppose. I'm not sure what Cooper Cheese is...? Is it a name brand? A normal cheddar, or a processed slice, or a fat-reduced? What is it exactly?
I'm assuming the broccoli is leftover-steamed?
Overall, it sounds very much like a "typical" breakfast that I would make for myself - eggs with veg, plus a bit of cheese for flavour/extra protein. For me, it works well. I use whatever veg I have around - EVERYTHING works with eggs, if it's already cooked, great, if not I just shred finely and saute for a few minutes first, then stir in the eggs. I tend to use parmesan for the cheese (lots of flavour in a small amount, plus convenience). If you were going to ditch any part of that breakfast, I'd agree with you to dump the bagel thin (and the margarine that goes with it) - if you do that, you could add an extra egg (or egg's-worth of eggbeaters). If you like the bagel though, keep it. Or switch it up depending on your mood, maybe some days you want the bagel and less egg, other days you want more egg/no bagel.
Don't be afraid to experiment with the veg! It doesn't take very long to saute a few mushrooms and peppers, or onions and beet greens, or tomatoes and fennel... and even less time to reheat whatever leftover veg you may have on hand from the night before.
You'll be much happier with this protein-heavy breakfast than you ever could be with Cold Cereal. Dry cereal just seems to have no "staying power" whatsoever.
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