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    Exclamation Under 100 calorie amazing, filling Breakfasts???

    Will anything replace my 800 calorie full english breakfast.

    I liked to feel stuffed!!!

    Any idea's for around 100 calories?

    A measly bowl of cereal is 115 for 30g?!

    Or what can I have with the same satisfaction - what calories am I looking at?

    Bacon sarnies can tally up to 500cals with butter and ketchup etc??!!!

    HELP ME XXXX

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    Not sure on the calories but scrambled eggs on toast I find quite filling,

    Or what about a cheats fry up like grilled low fat sausages, Bacon medallions, poached eggs and lots of tomatoes and mushrooms of you like them?

    Or use low cal bread low fat sausages etc to make sandwiches x
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    Porridge keeps me full to Lunchtime. I love it. The Scotts porridge oats come in easy little sachets that you microwave with either water or milk. Low in cal but filling. I have that rather than a roll and something cos it doesnt fill me up as much.






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    Well, even if you are eating 1200 cals a day, that still leaves 3-400 cals for breakfast! It's the most important meal after all!

    Personally, I have a bowl of branflakes with skimmed milk, a low fat plain yoghurt and a banana. Keeps me going until lunchtime Works out at about 300 cals.
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    I agree with all of the above. If you like to feel full try oats made with water. And a low cal brekkie ie low cal beans, 1 sausage ( very low cal) bacon madallions, and lots of mushrooms tomatoes poached egg. ( as mentioned above) Grill everything and drain any xs fat off.
    Basically get a 300 cal filling brekkie. Then you have 900 cals for the rest of your food ( if on 1200 cals)
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    I have 27g porridge when I'm at work made with water for 101 calories, today I've had an omlette with mushrooms onions peppers 1 egg and 1 egg white and 30g elf cheese and 2 slices of ham without the ham and cheese it would be just over 100 cals but you could do it with 2 egg whites x

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    Beans on toast all the way!

    Poached egg and crumpet (1 of each) is also a tasty start to the day and under 200 calories, gooey yolk makes up for a lack of butter x
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    I like to use a mixture of eggs and egg substitute when I want a filling but low calorie egg scramble.

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    i usually have a sachet of porridge oats, and instead of using normal milk, i use almond milk which is 29kcal per 250ml Can't ask for better than that! I think mine adds up to about 95kcal altogether. Never hungry for a good while after that!
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    Quote Originally Posted by deluxemagri View Post
    Will anything replace my 800 calorie full english breakfast.

    I liked to feel stuffed!!!

    Any idea's for around 100 calories?

    A measly bowl of cereal is 115 for 30g?!

    Or what can I have with the same satisfaction - what calories am I looking at?

    Bacon sarnies can tally up to 500cals with butter and ketchup etc??!!!

    HELP ME XXXX
    I've always liked a hearty breakfast, I find my compramise is Oats so simple plain porridge, with splenda and a sliced banana in it. It does hold me out till lunch!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fat-Harrie View Post
    I've always liked a hearty breakfast, I find my compramise is Oats so simple plain porridge, with splenda and a sliced banana in it. It does hold me out till lunch!
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    yes i find this to fills me till lunch time
    new one said its going to be easy but you will love the end result xx

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    Oh man, some of these sound great. Egg and crumpet . Yum!

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    on a sunday i know have
    2 free range eggs poached
    2 warbuton thins
    2 M & S chicken sausages

    CALORIES 450
    new one said its going to be easy but you will love the end result xx

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    smoothie made with 1/4 cup blueberries, 1/4 blackberries, 5 strawberries, 1/2 cup soy milk, 1/2 cup orange juice, and 1 scoop soy protein powder
    i think this is 286ish calories

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    Hi I have just bought a Smoothie book ...the one I had for breakfast has banana strawberries , berries but I left them out apple juice and low fat plain yoghurt. Probably more than a hundred calories infact about 300 but it has kept me going and I was having cooked breakfast. Have lost more weight in the last two weeks than in the whole 3 months I have been counting calories.

    Hope this helps

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