1/3 Super free foods at breakfast

Discussion in 'Slimming World' started by LSK106, 13 May 2014.

  1. LSK106

    LSK106 Member

    I'm new to this and going to start next week. Do you have to have 1/3 of your plate of super free foods at breakfast and if so, what do you have? Thanks x
  2. krupskaya

    krupskaya Well-Known Member

    Yes, you need to have it at breakfast too. A banana sliced over cereal works well, as does a handful of berries on porridge. Or just have a piece of fruit with whatever to make it up.
  3. Barbette

    Barbette Well-Known Member

    Have a cooked breakfast with mushrooms, grilled or tinned tomatoes or an omelette with them in. I sometimes have magic pancakes or a sweet omelette with fruit and yoghurt on. You can make breakfast loaf or muffins with veg in, have a look at recipes on here to get some ideas x
  4. josephsmummy

    josephsmummy Well-Known Member

    I've been having magic porridge this week. Today it's apple and mullerlight toffee yoghurt. Really looking forward to it.
  5. jogirl

    jogirl Well-Known Member

    I have fat free natural yoghurt and fruit - usually grapes, sometimes berries or banana.
  6. PatchworkPuss

    PatchworkPuss Well-Known Member

    Its recommended at all meals but not compulsory, particularly if you are using your healthy extra as part of the meal xx
  7. RosiePops

    RosiePops Well-Known Member

    I try but some days probably don't quite get to a third. I think it all averages out over the day tho.
    I go through phases with breakfast but its often a mushroom omlette with beans or tinned toms,fruit salad and toast with Marmite or magic porridge with banana.
    On hungry days ill have a proper breakfast, or if im not too bothered I might just have fruit!
  8. LSK106

    LSK106 Member

    wow - thank you for all your fab breakfast ideas
  9. beachbabetobe13

    beachbabetobe13 Well-Known Member

    I was also going to question this as I was under the impression that using Hex's built some control into a meal? I have superfree with my other meals but not always breakfast if I have,say, eggs and toast :)
  10. Snozzberry

    Snozzberry Well-Known Member

    I often have weetabix or porridge with a sliced banana or some raspberries on top. I am finding that I'm having fruit salads with a dollop of Total 0 more and more often though.
  11. Squares76

    Squares76 Well-Known Member

    My new revelation is banana on toast. I'm loving it!!!
  12. Ardzgrly88

    Ardzgrly88 Well-Known Member

    I don't think a mashed up banana is counted as free. I remember reading here a few days ago that if you mash up a banana it's 5 syns, weird if you ask me.
  13. Squares76

    Squares76 Well-Known Member

    I don't mash it. I slice it
  14. sunnyshine

    sunnyshine Member

    I've recently started having fruit and yoghurt for breakfast, usually I have cereal and yoghurt with no fruit as I eat at work and don't have the time to be messing around with fruit as well. I would sometimes have a banana after. But now berry season is on (I don't like frozen berries as they just go mushy when they defrost, and my yoghurt goes really liquidy from all the 'juice' (really I suspect it's just the water as the berries defrost) I can buy cartons of strawberries etc. and just chuck them in a bowl! Yay!
  15. jen3

    jen3 Well-Known Member

    Me too - though I slightly flatten it with the back of a fork to stop it falling off the toast - I dont count that as mashing lol
  16. jaylou

    jaylou Well-Known Member

    Page 52 of the book, in the FAQs talks about superfree - if your meal is based on healthy extras, ie cereal/toast, then you don't have to have superfree as there is control built in. However, I always have superfree with cereal to bulk it out, likewise mushrooms or tomatoes with eggs on toast.

    Its your choice - the more you have the quicker you lose weight.
  17. pippalata

    pippalata Well-Known Member

    I like to add spinach to my scrambled eggs for breakfast. Yummy!
  18. MelonCollie

    MelonCollie Well-Known Member

    I love "over night porridge" (leave the oats in low fat yoghurt over night. I use muller light) then in the morning I chop up some banana and bung some grapes in. Super yum and filling! :D
    Or if you want to save your heb just have a normal muller light with chopped fruit in. :) It's what I had today because I knew I was having a big lunch (stir fry lol)
  19. shesaweapon

    shesaweapon Well-Known Member

    Most days I slice a banana over my cereal :)
  20. beachbabetobe13

    beachbabetobe13 Well-Known Member

    Do you just chuck it in raw as the eggs are cooking? x

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