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Cant think of breakfast ideas

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  1. princessadora

    princessadora Member

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    Can anyone help me with breakfast ideas, im sick of weetabix and egg on toast. Im so unimaginative, I would appreciate any help.

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  3. gems_83

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    You should try these new biscuits called Belvita. Your supposed to have a pack of 4 for breakfast each biscuit is 56 cals. They actually really feel you up and really tasty. x
     
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    Not sure I wanna get felt up by biscuits =^-^=

    Righty! Breakfast ideas:
    Oatso Simple: Comes in a variety of flavours, about 250 calories a serving if made with semi-skimmed milk. All pre-measured, so it's an easy thing to make at bleary-o'clock.
    Toast: Two slices. I'm keen on Kingsmill Oats & More. Very tasty. About 220 calories with a reasonable (i.e. not lashings) amount of NotButter.
    Beans on Toast: Two slices, a half tin of beans. About 300 calories.
    Cereal: Measure 30g of the cereal of your choice. Most cereals tell you the calorie content of a 30g portion. If you're like me you'll cry at how little 30g seems to be, but you get used to it :D
    Fruit salad and yoghurt: Chop up an apple, banana, throw in a few grapes... Basically whatever combination of fruit you fancy so long as it's no more than about 200 - 250 calories. Then add a dollop or two of fat-free natural yoghurt. Omnomnom!

    'Owzat for starters?
     
  5. xsarahx

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    I generally have a bagel for breakfast - the Weight Watchers ones are 150cals, and I have either some low fat butter spread (10g) for 50cals, or some low fat cream cheese and ham for about 50cals - that is a 200cal breakfast, and is realy filing and it doesn't taste like diet food at all!
     
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    Haha oops meant fill
     
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    jordans fruit muesli is lovely
     
  8. Lady_in_London

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    I eat breakfast around 5 am so it has to be filling and I have any of the following:

    Two eggs beaten up in the microwave for a minute and a quarter with two grilled Quorn rashers and some tomatoes on two slices from a 400 g loaf.

    A 300 g tub of Asda or Tesco low fat cottage cheese - the pineapple one or onion and chives is good, with a couple of large tomatoes

    If Oatabix or Weetabix and semi skimmed milk are to your liking, that is good to have, but when I have that I get ravenous a couple of hours later.

    Some tinned fruit in natural juice with a fat free sugar free yoghurt on top.

    My brain is a bit numb at the moment but if I think of more I will be back!
     
  9. sugar_fiend

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    For breakfast I generally have:

    Tomato and mushrooms on toast (mushrooms cooked in a little tom puree + grilled tomatos)

    Cheesey mushrooms on toast (mushrooms cooked in some light phili/ a laughing cow light

    Laughing cow on toast - if in a rush (i think it keeps me full way longer than butter for some bizarre reason)

    Scrambled egg on toast

    :D I'm sure there's a theme in there somewhere!

    Sometimes I'll just have lunch or dinner food for breakfast too.
     
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  10. xsimplymex

    xsimplymex Hopefully due 2 fade away

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    For breakfast I usually pick between;

    Banana on 2 slices of Nimble Bread
    Porridge
    Weetabix
    or an omelette

    xx
     
  11. Tamzy1989

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    i got a lot of ideas for brekkie as i get bored eating the same old things.

    2x eggs, beans, 2x ww bread = 340

    30g special k, banana and cutard muller light poured on top, strawberries and pineaple pieces = 300

    peanut butter on 2x ww bread = 200

    muesli and milk - 200

    cottage cheese topped on 5x cracker bread with tomato slices - 150

    mushroom fried in a bit of butter on 2 slices of ww bread, grilled tomato and bacon - under 300

    egg and bacon omlette with tomato, onions, and philly cheese - 200
     
  12. dreamingmaid

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    What about 2 toasted crumpets with a scraping of low fat philli, sliced banana on top then grilled for a bit under the grill with some cinnamon. Really tasty and only about 300 cals
     
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    that sounds yum and full of flavour
     
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    hi i have magic porridge = 28g porridge oats mixed up with a mullerlight apricot one is nice cover bowl with cling film and leave in fridge its lovely and creamy by the morning.(sorry but without checking i think thats about 2ookcals)
     
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