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Easy breakfast

pizzle84

I will do this!!!
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Magic Porridge has to be the easiest breakfast ever. 28g of porridge oats soaked in a muller lite of your choice overnight and throw a few berries in.

Or, one of my favourites, strawberry alpen light, crumbled in a bowl with a strawberry mullerlite and some strawberries and blackberries.
 
#4
Magic Porridge has to be the easiest breakfast ever. 28g of porridge oats soaked in a muller lite of your choice overnight and throw a few berries in.
WOW magic porridge!! do you just soak it and its ready to eat in the morning? MLM that is amazing - means you can save a HEA for cheeeeese :D:D definitely trying this one out for tomorrows brekkie! xx
 

pizzle84

I will do this!!!
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Iv tried magic porridge and didn't like it at all, maybe its because i used a toffee mullerlight. Im pretty bored of porridge though magic or not :(
 

lurverick

Now to maintain.....
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i mostly have yogurt and fruit for breakfast.
but sometimes i have had 2 poached eggs and beans/toms...a full cooked breakfast...sausage sarnie...bacon sarnie and when in hurry a hi fi bar!
 
#9
I like to save my milk for coffee and tea, so i put a free yog on my cereal.

I mostly have all bran - you can have 42g of this so more than most other cereals. It is rubbish with milk, but nice with a fruity yog. I mix it with a yog, then chop in a banana, or throw in some raspberries. This is my HB, and so is syn free.

It is ready in seconds and is delicious.
 
#10
I do a variation of the magic porridge. I just cook the porridge in water to soften it, then leave to cool for a few, then add the yogurt and fruit to it.
 
#11
Magic Porridge (love the name) works best I think with raspberries and strawberries and in the morning just add a banana..
 

Nikkiruth

Big fan of Mini min
#12
Magic Porridge has to be the easiest breakfast ever. 28g of porridge oats soaked in a muller lite of your choice overnight and throw a few berries in.

Or, one of my favourites, strawberry alpen light, crumbled in a bowl with a strawberry mullerlite and some strawberries and blackberries.
I'm trying this one tomorrow, I tend to have a full english or crunchy bran, in yog and banana, could I ask do you put the fruit in the night before or in the morning. :)
 
#13
I like to keep some hard boiled eggs and cooked bacon in the fridge for busy mornings; just peel the eggs and you're good to go.
 
#14
I'm trying this one tomorrow, I tend to have a full english or crunchy bran, in yog and banana, could I ask do you put the fruit in the night before or in the morning. :)
I put my fruit in at night except for the banana, the fruit soaks up all the liquid and it makes a lovely mushy breakfast and very very filling..
 

cmcewn

Silver Member
#16
Sliced apple mixed up with low fat yoghurt and add cinnamon to taste. You can add a little splenda if you like. Tastes good straight away or even better prepared the night before. And its portable. Makes a lovely breakfast, lunch or snack and it's free
 

Nikkiruth

Big fan of Mini min
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Well I tried magic porridge this morning, I used a banana and custard muller light yog and put in some raspberries, and then put a slice banana in in the morning and it was deleious, in fact i had to keep my 2 year old grand daughter from eating it all :) will deff be making again!
 
#19
I am going to try the magic porridge.

I like having a sachet of oat so simple made up with water, microwaved, then add Onken fat free strawberry yoghurt as it's much more creamy and lovely than Mullerlight.

I also love French Toast. Beat up an egg, soak your HXB bread in it then fry in fry light. Feels really unhealthy but tastes soooo good!
 

Mrs V

Loves Life!
#20
I make a breakfast the night before and then re-heat in the microwave.
On an EE day I love: quorn sausages, baked beans, fried tinned potatoes, bacon, eggs and mushrooms - all free!
 


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