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4/30/12 2:48 P

Think of things you can prepare the night before, too. I like yogurt and Bob's muesli with berries. And it works out great because it needs overnight to soften.

TONYAGIRL1 Posts: 258
4/30/12 2:22 P

Right now I'm loving my "Body by Vi" shake. Also, the Quaker on the go Oatmeal bar is good.

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4/30/12 12:16 P

Eggs and fruit is my go-to breakfast.

The eggs cook up fast and you can eat them fast, they aren't super hot and need to cool. I make them either over-easy or an omelet if I'm adding veggies and cheese. Sometimes I put salsa or chimichurri on top of the omelet for variety. For fruit I pick things like berries/pears/apples that I don't have to peel.

It's a meal you can make and eat in under 10min.

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4/30/12 11:46 A

protein shake and fruit as soon as i wake up and then mid morning after my workout i have something more hardy...either tuna with salsa or an onion, mushroom omelet.

LADYV2010 Posts: 77
4/30/12 11:40 A

You could do some make ahead stuff that you just grab and go:

Protein pancakes

Eggs, sausage, veggies and bake in muffin tins

Bake oatmeal, egg white and fruit and make into bars

RUNNER5ISH Posts: 612
4/30/12 11:37 A

My go-to is plain oatmeal with blueberries, a banana, and Greek yogurt. I also enjoy Fiber One cereal with fruit and Greek yogurt. Both take less than 5 minutes to throw together.

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4/30/12 11:31 A

Pineapple yogurt and I'm going to drink some tea, whenever it cools off a bit!

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4/30/12 11:24 A

Boiled eggs are my go-to quick breakfast. They're high in protein, low in calories, and can be cooked a dozen at a time and refrigerated, so all you have to do is peel and eat!

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4/29/12 8:55 P

Do a search for "The Hungry Girl" recipes on the spark recipe page!

You can modify her Denver Cup recipe.

I always eat eggs, ham and lots of veggies. My mid-morning snack is fruit with dairy so it's more balanced.


DUSK-2-DAWN Posts: 377
4/29/12 8:49 P

I have a Smart One English Muffin breakfast ...very filling with a piece of fruit

2 minutes in the microwave

Edited by: DUSK-2-DAWN at: 4/29/2012 (20:51)
KMAYNARD9 Posts: 67
4/29/12 8:45 P

If you have 10 minutes then healthy pancakes are so good! In a blender mix 4 egg whites, 1/2 cup oats, 1/2 cup low fat cottage cheese and a teaspoon of vanilla. Blend until it is pancake consistency, cook just as you would a regular pancake. I like to top mine with honey and fresh fruit or a splash of real maple syrup. I was skeptical at first but they are really good!

KMAYNARD9 Posts: 67
4/29/12 8:43 P

I've always been a fan of the drinkable yogurt smoothies, especially when your on the go or short for time. Special k makes a meal bar that is good and filling, too. Sometimes I make an omelet with veggies and turkey sausage before I go to bed and then I just have to heat it up in the morning and it's good to go.

4/29/12 8:33 P

I like plain greek yogurt with a packet of Stevia and 1/2 cup frozen blueberries, sometimes I will add some protein powder too.

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4/29/12 7:51 P

I don't have much time in the morning to cook breakfast, what are some good quick breakfast recipes/foods I could cook/grab before i head out to work in the morning?? thanks :)

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