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    Breakfasts?

    Getting fed up of toast & cereal any other ideas?
    I'm a vegetarian and I have a 5 month old daughter so not a lot of time for cooking x

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    Yoghurt and fruit makes quite a nice breakfast. I'm also watching sugar as well as counting cals so I have soya yoghurt to keep calories down and use berries as they're less sugary than most fruits

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    Thanks hoz x

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    I don't eat breakfast myself, but I know protein is supposed to be the best thing to have. Do you eat eggs? xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by TracyGWill View Post
    I don't eat breakfast myself, but I know protein is supposed to be the best thing to have. Do you eat eggs? xx
    I do eat them but I don't think I could stomach them for breakie lol xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by wafflewaffle View Post
    I do eat them but I don't think I could stomach them for breakie lol xx
    I was going to suggest omlette, one egg and an egg white lots of mushrooms and a baby bell light crumbled in comes to around 160cals

    2 ricecakes and a bit of jam 100cal

    Mixed fruit in jelly

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    How about yougurt and fruit? Maybe with a handful (25g) musli thrown in for a bit of fibre

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    Have you tried adding cinnamon to your cereal. Makes it taste a bit different and is supposed to lower cholesterol.

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    Thanks for all the ideas guys & no I didn't know that rhubarb I will try it thanks x

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    I make porridge with water and add in a banana for flavour. ...Very filling and low cal :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by wafflewaffle View Post
    Getting fed up of toast & cereal any other ideas?
    I'm a vegetarian and I have a 5 month old daughter so not a lot of time for cooking x

    fruit and yogurt, breakfast bars, crumpets, porridge, omlette x





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