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[–] kingrabid 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

half cup almonds half cup coconut milk half an apple blend that bitch up you can heat it like oat meal but i just slam that shizz cold

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[–] eliminatorboatduel 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

Sometimes I mash up a hard boiled egg and put it on toast instead of butter. I don't have a real problem with bread as long as it is only a small serving. I also try to have spinach and/or tomatoes in the morning.

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[–] ScreaminMime 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago  (edited ago)

I've just been eating fruit and coffee with a scoop of whey in it.

Quickness, I'm all about quick, healthy meals.

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[–] xxliftheavyxx 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

Someone on mealprepsunday had a how to for 2 hard boiled eggs 2 bacon. It is bacon so yummy and I tend to not get enough fat n sodium in my diet so decent way to get in. Fills you up forever.

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[–] yde 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

Can't go wrong with a great sandwich: if I get bored, I can just change the bread or tinker with the fillings. Breakfast used to be an ardous task for me back when I thought porridge would be the most optimal way to start the day, nevermind the fact that the consistency made me want to barf no matter what I added to it. I often skipped, which then of course made me make some very bad lunch choices... After I finally figured out my favourite breakfast it's been much easier to stick to my meal plans for the rest of the day.

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[–] FaithPowerKittens 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

I second, third and fourth eggs.

The odd thing is, I never used to like eggs. I was sensitive to the smell, the texture made me feel a little ill and I didn't know how to cook them. Blame years growing up with my mother, who's own restricted diet is causing her problems these days.

I started out with omelettes. as I knew I liked those sometimes. Then my other half said 'You know omelette is just scrambled egg that's fried, right?' For some stupid reason, this blew my mind. So, the next morning, I made myself some scrambled eggs (one whole egg, two whites of eggs). It was... fine. Bland, didn't have the egginess that I was worried I'd be sick over, but totally fine.

Then my partner introduced me to putting chilli on my breakfast eggs. This was revolutionary. I was fine with my 100 calorie breakfast of mostly egg whites, but it was a getting a bit dull. I went a bit nuts with the chilli flakes and almost ruined my breakfast - but I ate it and it was amazing. I hadn't ever considered a spicy breakfast, but it was great!

I've even pushed myself to hard boiling eggs as a gym breakfast and putting some sriracha sauce with them - easy to pack, high protein and filling.

Otherwise I tend to stick to 100g frozen fruit and a pot of fromage frais, or weetabix with some milk.

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[–] GoodOldJR 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

1/3 cup of Bob's Red Mill High Fiber, 1/8 cup of maple syrup (type 2 if I can find it), and 1/8 cup of trail mix. Totals around 320 calories. Reminds me of a morning camping.

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[–] aelphaba 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

I'm a fan of baked beans and cheddar on toast (300), or scrambled eggs on toast (250), when I have the time to make myself a hot breakfast. Have recently been more into fruit smoothies with cottage cheese as they're really filling and cool during the hot summer months

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