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Quick and Healthy Breakfast Ideas

Eat Right, Even When There's No Time


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  • Liz,
    Thank you, thank you for the breakfast tips. I am always struggling to come up with great ideas. The whole article is a keeper. This is a timely article for me, because I had backslidden to 9#'s. I feel like I am back on track. Sincerely!
    Here's what i am doing:
    Some Kashi GoLean Crunch with non fat plain yogurt and berries and maybe some vanilla extract. The fiber fills me up and it tastes like such a treat!
  • Before I joined Spark, I was not a good breakfast eater. Very rarely in fact. Would work out every morning on an empty stomach. I know, horrible! Now, I eat breakfast each day and my workout is much better and I am not starving when I get home. I usually eat cereal with skim milk or a cup of oatmeal. The fiber is very filling and lasts a long time. Sometimes I add a banana on the way and always drink some hot tea or water for hydration. That is filling too!
  • I'm new to SparkPeople but love it already. I'm also starting to eat breakfast, even if it's not till 10 am! As a diabetic, I recently discovered cinnamon helps regulate blood glucose, so I eat either yogurt (unflavored) with added fresh blueberries (antioxidents) or low sugar oatmeal with at least 1 T cinnamon. Yummy , filling, and good for me. THANKS for this website!
  • I am hooked on oatmeal and a banana on the side for breakfast. It is very filling! Now I just need help with lunch
    I have a multi grain english muffin with 2 turkey sausage links each cut in half and one scrambled egg. only 270 calories, with 22g of protein and 8g fiber.

  • CHIEF927
    Every morning I take 1 banana, 1 teaspoon of Honey and plain instant oatmeal, place in bowl, place bowl in microwave for 3 or 4 minutes. Keeps me FULL for 3 to 4 hours. The banana will melt giving the oatmeal a banana flavor. Yum
  • I love to dice an apple, cook it in the microwave for three minutes and then mix in a packet of instant low sugar maple oatmeal. Yummy, low cal and very filling.
  • Im most defently a breakfast eater..Im always coming up with new idea's. I mixed oatmeal, banana and 1 tbsp of peanut butter...was very yummy, I actually found this on the recipe page here on spark.
    I have found chopped up walnuts mixed in my yogurt to be very satisfying!
  • I love breakfast & have been eating oatmeal, Cheerios and Uncle Sam cereal for several years now. I believe its really made a difference in my overall health. I just wanted to add that Uncle Sam cereal is high in dietary fiber (10g) with less than 1 gram of sugar, lots of whole wheat & flaxseed. It also stays crispy in milk!!! Check out Wikipedia...
    I am new to Spark and I am happy to say that I have lost 5 lbs. since I joined a few weeks ago. Thank you for all of the really great breakfast ideas. I was sitting here wondering what I would eat this week for breakfast and I'm going to try a few of these.
  • I do oatmeal and I've also recently gotten in to the habit of toasting a whole grain waffle, putting about 1 teaspoon of ff cream cheese on it and sprinkle VERY VERY lightly with cinnamon and sugar.
  • How about yogurt with fresh fruit and a little granola on top!
    I love the yogart with fresh berries, and the oatmeal, but I add a tsp of peanut butter to my oatmeal.....some people thinks this sounds horrible, try it you might like it. Gives you that bit of energy for the morning

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