So mix it up. Have different fruit on the side.. Berries, melon, apples, tomato slices, avocados
Add veggies/meat directly to the eggs. Mushrooms, black olives, onions, peppers, ham, bacon, sausage.
All I do is cook the veggies/meat a bit ( in butter for me ), and then add the eggs, which need less time to cook. Maybe 2-3 minutes, then add eggs. My favorite is mushrooms, which heat quickly. peppers tend to stay crunchy. I don't use meat for breakfast, since it tends to be salty, and I eat so much for lunch and dinner, but you can.
A western omelette is just ham, onions, and green peppers. You can even sprinkle on an oz of cheese to add variety. With some raspberries, you have some carbs, and quite a bit of fiber. Or try slices of apple, with peanut butter.
Be creative, and you'll be surprised at the endless variety. I understand the feeling though, Most of the time I love eating the same food ( I'm weird ), but every so often, I just think " This again! ".
Another thought is, since fat/protein is why you are feeling full, you could have that oatmeal, but have some sausage, or 1/2 an avocado with it. It isn't carbs necessarily causing the hunger, but when you ONLY have carbs. Oatmeal, and a banana, may leave you hungry in 3 hours, but one serving of oatmeal, and 3 sausage links, may be fine, 1-2 times a week, to add variety. See what works for you.
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