This week I have been eating every morning a Muffin in a Minute made with flax meal, egg, butter, baking powder etc. That and a couple pieces of bacon or sausage or even cheese. It really fills me up until lunchtime. That and my coffee with heavy whipping cream and pleanty of water.
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I am not a shake drinker they don't fill me up I need food that I chew.
I to am a breakfast food eater for breakfast also. I will have breakfast food for supper at times tho. I don't know why but dinner/supper food just don't seem right for breakfast to me tho. I do know what you mean tho eggs everyday is getting a little old tho.
I tried a protein shake for breakfast yesterday and was hungry before lunch! I found a recipe for low carb zucchini bread which is what I had today. I'm going back to work soon so I need to have breakfasts that are easy to grab on the go.
I hate to admit, but I'm a very traditional breakfast eater. I just can't stand things like soups, meats, salads etc. for breakfast. My favorite is plain full-fat yogurt with berries and nuts in some combination, sometimes pancakes made with eggs, almond flour and milk (don't taste much like eggs) and a little lemon peel for flavoring. I have also tried things like low-carb cheesecake, but rarely. Another staple for me is nut butter on a thinly sliced apple. For induction I would probably choose vegetables (leafy green types) cooked in coconut oil. Birgit
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I don't think of breakfast as a particular meal - I eat two or three meals a day and with no rhyme or reason as to what. Eggs & Bacon might just as easily be dinner or breakfast, burgers or steak or chicken or pork could be any meal, salad could be any meal.
For quick, a protein shake as Aggieterr mentioned is great. In fact, these days I usually have a protein shake for my breakfast. 30 grams protein 1 gram carbs.. I mix it with almond milk and it's great.. Or you can buy low carb prepared protein shakes as well..
Just open the refr and find something low carb... I think we've all done some really strange foods for breakfast..
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Anything you would eat for dinner should be fine for breakfast as well. After all, a big old ranch breakfast starts with fried chicken!
I usually go with eggs, but on the weekends I have baked chicken thighs - they're delicious even cold and they travel well. I bake them in a convection oven, skins on, of course, and just sprinkle them with dry BBQ seasoning.
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After years of eating cereal, bagels, toast, pancakes, waffles, etc for breakfast I don't know what to eat for breakfast now. I'm getting tired of having eggs all the time: scrambled, hard, omelets, even quiche. Any ideas for breakfast (not eggs). Thanks
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