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What do you eat for breakfast? _v02

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question of the weekAhhh the question of the week. I almost forgot!!

While making eggs with the toddler this morning, it hit me. Hmmm I wonder what everyone else is having for breakfast these days. I tend to reach for the same handful of options over and over again and it’s getting boring.

So…. What do you eat for breakfast?

I’m hoping to get a good list going!


Ok, I’m going crazy! I asked this question a few months back! LOL



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There are 71 comments so far.

    Christy

    May 28, 2008

    Apple Sauce Oatmeal and a hard boiled egg…So yummy.
    1c Oats cooked with 1 c skim milk…then I add 1T ICBINB Spray, .5T Splenda Brown, and 1/2 cup of sugar free apple sauce. I usually only eat about 1/2 of what I make and save the rest for my hubby.

    Laura

    May 28, 2008

    Pumpkin Pie Yogurt. I got the recipe idea from Kath Eats.

    200 g source vanilla yogurt
    1/2 canned pumpkin puree
    1/2 tsp each of pumpkin pie spice, cinnamon, vanilla extract

    Sometimes, I’ll add some granola for crunch or I’ll make it the night before, add some quick oats and let it sit in the fridge overnight. Very tasty and filling indeed.

    Sparkalina

    May 28, 2008

    Egg beaters with zucchini, onion, spinach, and sometimes FF Feta cheese scrambeled in olive oil.

    Seriously some days I crave it!

    Alisha

    May 28, 2008

    1 pt waffles with a fresh sliced peach on top…sometimes a TB of SF FF Cool whip too mmmm or a drizzle of honey…..my vitamuffin mix muffins with variations and crumb topping that is to die for…nobody knows these are only 1-2 pts

    Erika

    May 28, 2008

    I usually have a WW smoothie and a piece of fruit.

    Aimee H.

    May 28, 2008

    Kashi cereal with a banana, 1/2 cup granola with yogurt and a banana, bell pepper scramble in a whole wheat wrap, oatmeal with a banana, homemade muesli.. I tend to crave carbs in the morning!

    Michelle Trif

    May 28, 2008

    1/2 c fiber one mixed with 1/2 c Total Raisin Bran and 1/2 c lowfat milk. Boring, I know. But I love me some fiber!

    rohanknitter

    May 28, 2008

    Generally, some plain yogurt with fruit and a sprinkling of granola.
    Some days, a WW smoothie with fruit and a dollop of plain yogurt added.

    Rebecca

    May 28, 2008

    Funny I NEVER ate breakfast pre WW. I can’t go without it now. I have several things I eat regularly.
    1. Kashi go lean cereal(the high protein kind not the crunch) mixed with lt yogurt. This is my on the run breakfast I eat it in a big coffee cup on the way to work.
    2. Veggie scramble with lot of veggies and maybe cheese or canadian bacon and lt toast.
    3. egg white sandwich with canadian bacon. Another on the go breakfast.
    4. Steele cut oats and whatever fruit I have on hand mixed in.
    5. My new favorite hot cereal is oat bran with fruit.
    6. Roni’s whole wheat pancakes topped with yogurt.

    COFFEE lots of it with all of the above. If I think of something else I will post.
    Thanks
    Rebecca

    Angela

    May 28, 2008

    I’m quite boring, I kind of do two different things…

    1. 1 1/2 cups bran cereal and 1/2 cup milk with Splenda (5 points)

    2. 2 slices of bread, 1 Tbsp. peanut butter and 1/2 banana (4 points)

    KellyLeia

    May 28, 2008

    1 cup of sliced strawberries
    1 cup of cheerios
    1 container of Stonyfield low fat yogurt (whatever is in the fridge)

    I eat half the yogurt first, otherwise the parfait thing gets too soupy, I like crunchy.

    And coffee with 3tbsp of carnation fat free french vanilla creamer.

    dawn

    May 28, 2008

    2 low fat nutrigrain waffles spread with PB2. Only 3 points!

    Anonymous

    May 28, 2008

    A Thomas’ Light English muffin (toasted), a wedge of Laughing Cow cheese and a TBS of raw sunflower seeds. 3 pts

    cheryl

    May 28, 2008

    WW yogurt mixed with 1/2 cup Grape Nuts Trail Mix Crunch (Cranberry Vanilla) and either sliced banana or strawberries. Very good and very filling.

    Michelle

    May 28, 2008

    My breakfast gets boring too at times:

    Low-fat lite yogurt with a sprinkle of Kroger brand low fat granola. Sometimes I will add grapes or blackberries. 2-points, 3 if I add extra fruit

    Egg Beater omelette with a slice of 2% cheese with a couple of slices of lite toast

    Cup of corn flakes with 1/2 cup 1% Milk – 3 points

    Light toast with two teaspoons of Reduced fat Peanut Butter.

    BTW, I read in Women’s Health (May Issue) that if a person got 22 to 50 percent of their total daily calories at breakfast, they gained only 1.7 pounds on averae over four years. Those who ate zero to 11 percent of the cals in the AM gained nearly three pounds.

    Makes sense to eat breakfast.

    Paul & Julie

    May 28, 2008

    Talk about boring – I’ve eaten the same exact breakfast every day for the past 5 years: Kashi GoLean Crunch with a handful of frozen mixed berries, skim milk, and a sprinkle of ground flaxseed. On the rare occasions where I have to eat out for breakfast, I’ll have this as my lunch or dinner. I literally eat this for one meal every single day, but it’s so good, I never get tired of it, and I truly think it has helped me maintain my weight.

    Anonymous

    May 28, 2008

    Dannon Light & Fit Yogurt, 1/2 c. of frozen berries and a serving of All-Bran cereal. Only 4 points, super filling with los of protien and fiber!

    gottajavefaith

    May 28, 2008

    My current favorite breakfast is a piece of toasted Ezekiel bread with peanut butter and a bowl of nonfat greek yogurt and fresh fruit. Filling and delicious and hits all the right spots: salt, sweet, crunchy, creamy…yum!

    For variation, I like making oatmeal, sometimes mixed with other whole grains, and the occasional egg breakfast. Scrambled eggs with spinach and nonfat feta and a side of fresh tomato is delicious.

    Jessica

    May 28, 2008

    1 container of Yoplait Light (any flavor) + 1/4 cup of craisins

    It runs about 200 calories, and you get a nice serving of protein, dairy, and fruit to start the day. It’s also very portable for those of us who eat at work.

    I’ve experimented with different flavors on the yogurt, but I tend to prefer the apple turnover.

    MizFit

    May 28, 2008

    Im so boring during the week as it’s all rushed.
    2 or 3 wedges of Laughing Cow cheese (hastily crammed in mouth whilst doing 11 other things. Good fast protein/fat.)
    Spoonfuls of flax & chia (inhaled as fast as I can while Toddler Tornado yells “I want that! I want that!”)

    2 cups of scrambled egg beaters/substitute.

    some oatmeal (half cup? Im guesstimating) hastily made and left to sit on counter until lumpy & cold (perfect!) and I can eat it quickly.

    2 morning star farms veggie patties (love.)

    (water, vitamin, tums for calcium, extra vitamin C)

    it’s all kinds of glamour up in herre in the mornings.

    GREAT QUESTION as I so enjoyed the comments!

    M.

    dyanne

    May 28, 2008

    Breakfast is my favorite meal of the day so I have lots of ideas.
    1. weight control quaker oatmeal (maple brown sugar flav) made with hot water and 1/2 banana
    2. special k vanilla and milk, with blueberries or raspberries
    3. fibre 1 honey clusters and milk
    4. ww bread french toast- 2 slices with 1 egg + 1 egg white, no sugar syrup
    5. crumpet and no sugar fruit preserves, or light pb
    6. 2 egg omelet with lots of veggies, 1 egg and 1 egg white
    7. ww english muffin with egg and canadian bacon and light cheese (this is a splurge!)
    AND always with a soy latte- I use Silk vanilla soy milk, heat 1/2 c in the microwave for 40 s, froth with my electric frother, then add splenda and coffee.

    Leah

    May 28, 2008

    1). Go Lean Instant Oatmeal mixed with 1/2 a mashed banana
    2). Go Lean Crunch with a big handful of whatever berries I have on hand
    3). Scrambled eggbeaters with a veggie sausage, salsa, and rf cheddar in a corn tortilla
    4). A Vans 97% ff toasted waffle topped with 1/2 a Yoplait ff yogurt and berries

    Kris

    May 28, 2008

    During the summer months I LOVE eating fresh fruit or fruit smoothies for breakfast with an oz. of almonds. During the winter I usually do 1/4 cup of egg beaters with cut of veggies, and eighter eat it with whole wheat toast or wrap it in a tortilla. It’s almost like I crave the juicy fruit during the hot months. And its a very refreshing breakfast!

    Anonymous

    May 28, 2008

    Mulit-gran waffle covered
    with Strawberry yogrut
    then fresh fruit on top.

    It taste like dessert and fills me up. Ok sometimes I have 2

    Liz

    May 28, 2008

    Love to read the responses – great thread!

    I usually eat either steel cut oats with frozen berries and a half banana topped with Fage and ground flax or a veggie egg white omlette with a WW pita. I also like the Van’s 97% FF waffles with thinned PB2 dripped on top and a little maple syrup, mmmm soo good!

    sheri

    May 28, 2008

    I have a toasted Thomas’s light multigrain english muffin with 1/4 c. garden veggie egg beaters, 1 slice WW american cheese and 2 slices Land O Frost canadian bacon for 3.5 pts. I try to stay low on breakfast points and this does that while leaving me satisfied.

    shawna

    May 28, 2008

    I eat either:

    3 egg whites and 1 whole egg, hardboiled

    or

    3 egg whites and 1 whole egg, scrambled with cheese and veggies in a 1 pt wrap

    Depends on how hungry I am.

    If I’m in a rush, I’m digging the Bagelfuls these days. Not super-healthy but much better than grabbing a bagel or muffin out.

    erin

    May 28, 2008

    I love to eat chicken salad. I get up around 4 am, so by 8, I am starving! I have an apple around 5 and then either a turkey sandwich or a chicken salad sandwich (made with low fat mayo, chicken, spices, celery and onion) and that keeps me full until lunch!

    Allison

    May 28, 2008

    100 calorie english muffin with ICBINB spray – and a serving of low fat cottage cheese – it doesn’t look like a lot on your plate – but MAN does it fill you up!

    kikimonster

    May 28, 2008

    I’m boring as well. I have a bowl of either Kashi Go Lean OR Fiber One Caramel Delight and a half a grapefruit with a large mug of black coffee.

    Runeatrepeat

    May 28, 2008

    Today I had an oatbran pancake with 1/2c egg beaters on the side. This combo has a lot of protien and fiber.
    Normally I have 2 breakfasts basedon the weather:
    Hot Weather: some kind of high fiber cereal mix with milk
    Cold Weather: Oatbran followed by yogurt

    But, if you want to try something new…have you ever had soy chorizo?

    Anonymous

    May 28, 2008

    Today, I had my most ultimate breakfast. Steel cut oats with litehouse caramel dip 1 teaspoon. The reduced fat version. Talk about delish. My new favorites.

    DLAOKC

    May 28, 2008

    I’ve been experimenting, trying to find something that STAYS with me til noon. Success with my last two days: a smoothie of 1/2 a frozen banana, 1 T. almond butter, 1 cup light soy milk, a scoop of protein powder, unsweetened cocoa powder, Splenda, 1 cup crushed ice… YUM! and today, I threw in a cup of spinach – can’t even tell it’s there!

    Karen

    May 28, 2008

    Almost always oatmeal… the real honest-to-goodness rolled oats kind. I like it thick, so I use anywhere from 1/2 to 3/4 cup of oats depending on how hungry I am, then add about 1.5 times that of water, and microwave for 2.5 minutes. Then add about 1/2 T brown sugar and 1/2 T half-and-half. (a splurge that I’ve grown used to, and only 0.5 pt)

    The 2.5 minutes allows me to deal with MY toddler during the time, getting him food and getting his shoes on, etc. :)

    Laura Brandon

    May 28, 2008

    i have a bowl of kashi golean crunch! honey almond flax, with half a cup of milk, and i have a banana and some juice

    The Roaming Southerner

    May 28, 2008

    1.) 2 egg whites on a light wheat bread (.5 pts)
    2.) 2 Lo Fat Nutri Grain Waffles 2 pt
    3.) NEW! Lenders whole wheat bagel with 2 Tbs of fat free cream cheese, tomato and onion slices 2.5pt

    All of mine are meant to eat on the go.
    and I usually eat a Weight Watchers yogurt later in the morning as well

    I love hearing some new ideas!

    Anonymous

    May 28, 2008

    maple and brown sugar oatmeal eaten with apple slices!

    peanut butter, jelly, banana toast

    cereal with yogurt and banana slices

    waffles with fruit and lite syrup

    egg beater, lite cheese, jelly sandwich

    Anonymous

    May 28, 2008

    I take a slice of low fat Kraft American Cheese (30 calories) and stick divide it up onto a Thomas’s light multigrain english muffin (100 calories) and toast it. [130 calories total]

    Sometimes I put a thin slice of Buddings deli ham on with it to make it taste a lot like a McDonald’s Egg McMuffin. (145 total calories)

    Along with a big 16 oz mug of hot tea. The tea makes me feel warm and full and the gooey of melted cheese is nice.

    Char

    May 28, 2008

    Nothing too fancy. I usually have a bowl of sugar free shredded wheat, lactaid milk and either rasberries or banana.

    Once a week, I do splurge off the WW diet and go out to eat breakfast. That usually ends up being a large egg beater omelette or a pancake.

    Kristina

    May 28, 2008

    I love turkey smoked sausage lately! 2 points for 2 oz but very filling. good with a tad bit of sugar free syrup. Or egg whites and some light cheese. mmm

    Anonymous

    May 28, 2008

    I’ve been having cereal most days. My favorite is Nature’s Path Optimum Slim cereal, 1 cup has something like 10g protein and 11g fiber. I’m not exactly sure of those numbers (box got thrown away the other day), but 1 cup of it with whatever fruit I have around and about 3/4 cup skim milk, and I’m good to go for at least 4-5 hrs. Its got a nice flavor to it, lots of different textures too. Sometimes I eat it dry as a snack too. It works out to about 5 points, depending on how much fruit and how much milk I add.

    Emily

    May 28, 2008

    Every morning I have a South Beach Living Chocolate Peanut Butter Meal Bar from the fridge (I like them better chilled!). They fill me up and keep me going! Plus, how much easier can it get!?! I don’t even have to get dishes dirty! (And I can take it on the go!) They only have 210 calories with 19g protein & 6g fiber! YUM!

    Colette

    May 28, 2008

    2 Smart Portions Blueberry Muffins ( 2 pts) <--- these are the only muffins I have found that are not dry!!
    1 orange (1 pt)
    Coffee w/ Splenda and powder creamer

    Anonymous

    May 28, 2008

    A banana, yogurt, 1 slice of cinnamon raisin toast, 4 oz. of MM light oj, and Sturms Oatmeal with just a bit of light soymilk. If I eat a decent sized breakfast, I tend to taper off the rest of my points throughout the day.

    Michele

    May 28, 2008

    Roni – I actually got my standard every day breakfast idea from you when I first started reading your blog last year! I eat 45 gm. of Fiber One “bulked up” with about a cup of strawberries and 1 oz. sliced banana. I top it with 1 cup of light soy milk. It’s so good and so filling! Only 2.5 pts. I love it!

    NerdbyNature

    May 28, 2008

    I have these bean and cheese burritos that are only 4 points so I usually have one of those and one serving of baked chips… not the best breakfast but I crave it. I now have tons of other breakfast ideas after reading everyone’s comments…thanks!

    zazu

    May 29, 2008

    Breakfast is the easiest meal for me. I don’t get tired of the same things:

    cereal with berries or a banana (usually Special K or cheerios)
    Eggo waffles, plain or with SF syrup
    egg on wheat toast or English muffin
    oatmeal when it’s cold outside
    occasionally a smoothie or a yogurt
    cereal bars or special K bars when I’m in a hurry and don’t have time fo the above.

    Dani Spies

    May 29, 2008

    I’m always changing it up but lately it’s been almond butter and banana sandwiches on ezekiel bread…great breakfast on the go!

    jancat30

    May 29, 2008

    1. Plain oatmeal with whatever fruit I have and a sprinkle of cinnamon.
    2. Egg white omelet loaded with veggies and lite 100% whole wheat toast/dry ( I pile the omelet on it).
    3. 100% Whole Wheat Bagel, banana.

    Occasionally, I will have cereal but not often.

    I usually have a little Skim Milk too. And of course, coffee, black.

    Tuff-Stuff

    May 29, 2008

    I have a few different breakfasts, all of which avoid corn syrup:

    Kashi Healthy Heart cereal with 1% milk
    Whole grain toast with natural peanut butter and a 1/2 cup of 1% milk
    Cut fresh fruit mixed with greek yogurt and splenda topped with almonds

    Breakfast is my favorite meal!

    Erin

    May 29, 2008

    I typically have plain oatmeal topped with my Berry topping:
    1 pkg. frozen mixed berries
    1/4 C sugar
    2 T cornstarch
    2 T water
    Bring sugar & fruit to a simmer, stir in cornstarch thinned in water. 4- 1/2 C servings (2 WWPS)
    I like to keep this topping cold and serve it on the hot oats – quicker cool down. 4.5 WWPs total.

    I also love 1C Cheerios with 1/2 C 1% milk and a banana sliced into it.

    Anonymous

    May 30, 2008

    I am a HUGE fan of the Western Bagel. Low points for a nice sized bagel. I love the onion with low fat chive cream cheese. It has more than 5 grams of fiber ( making it 1 point..well two with the cream cheese!)so it keeps me full.

    Only problem is they can be difficult to find. Publix carries them but you have to look for them.

    I think their website has a retail locater.
    Meghan

    tmelton

    May 30, 2008

    I have found some double fiber english muffins or alterna bagels that are only 1 pt. for the whole thing. I toast and top with ww cream cheese and strawberries. Yum! And sometimes I will have with a side of Jimmy Dean already cooked turkey sausage. This is super fast and easy.

    JivaFit Julie

    May 31, 2008

    I start with a bowl of Kashi Heart to Heart, but if I have a hard workout I eat breakfast #2 afterwards–low-fat cottage cheese and/or a piece of fruit. On the weekends I get a little crazy and have a light (high-fiber) multi-grain English muffin with an egg and bacon on top.

    Chubby BB

    June 1, 2008

    A big bowl of cut up fruit. Thats all. Quite filling – perfect energy.

    My favorites:
    Strawberries
    Cantaloupe
    Banana
    Blackberries
    Blueberries
    Mango

    (in other words, anything I can buy cheaply or in bulk at Costco and use up during the work week)

    Chubby BB

    June 1, 2008

    —and if I didn’t have time to cut up fruit the night before, I guess its a fiber one bar – preferably peanut butter.

    Hummingbirdee

    June 2, 2008

    1 pack of Quaker Weight Control Maple & Brown Sugar Oatmeal (3 pts) or 50% less sugar oatmeal (2 pts)

    3 pcs Turkey Bacon ( 3pts)

    1/2 Grapefruit (1pt)

    Water & Multi-Vitamin

    Marry

    June 3, 2008

    WOW! I guess i’ll try every recipie here for my breakfast! Now about what I have… I have an omlet and then apple and then I have a smoothie mixed with purple. I mix purple as it gives the yummiest taste ever and it is sugar free except for the sugar from the fruits and it has 7 fruit juices in it, it is the best and the strongest antioxidant punch ever. All this makes me feel full and fit. In case you want to find out more about this purple you can check www.drinkpurple.com. Why don’t you people try it and let me know and yes if you people see Oprah you must have seen it there in one of her episodes.

    ksislak

    June 4, 2008

    Wow! Everything sounds so good!!

    I have a couple go-to breakfasts. My new-found favorite is the Jimmy Dean’s D-Lights turkey saus, egg white and cheese muffin. They are SO good and they are only 5 points.

    Another breakfast I have is Special K Protein Plus with fresh berries. 3/4 c of cereal is 100 calories, 3g fat, 5 fiber. This is another goody that will keep you full.

    Enjoy!

    Pearl

    June 5, 2008

    I love breakfast food, and have it for dinner as well pretty frequently. A few of my favorite combinations: High fiber cereal (Kashi Heart to Heart, oat bran flakes, Weetaibx crispy flakes and fiber, etc) with banana and skim milk or yogurt. Oatmeal or 10 grain cereal made with cow/ soy/ hemp milk, usually cooked with banana, lots of cinnamon, vanilla and flax seed. Or, high fiber pancakes with some combination of fruit preserves, plain yogurt, but butter and maple syrup. Yum. I really love breakfast :)

    aMKgal

    June 10, 2008

    Hi normally for breakfast I kind of get stuck in a rut as well I have the few same breakfasts
    Fiber one honey clusters cereal yum and you get a ton of fiber

    Weight control oatmeal (never liked oatmeal, but I do now) Put your 2 teaspons of olive oil the texture is great and I don’t have to think about it the rest of the day! I like the cinnamon and the brown sugqar and maple very filling!

    And a spinach and mozzarella cheese omlette I use the egg beaters chop the spinach finely and put cheese and onions as well in there yummy yummy

    And last but not least I have cherrios with bannanas and milk.

    Those I switch between not really doing much else

    I guess we all are creatures of habit!!

    Kariann

    June 25, 2008

    Plain oatmeal with a little fiber one mixed in. Then I add some pumpkin, light vanilla soymilk, cinnamon and stevia. It’s a scaled down version of HG’s recipe(no redi whip or maple syrup).

    Eggbeaters with salsa and spinach, stuffed in an oat bran pita with laughing cow swiss. Mmmmmmmmm

    Quickie mcmuffin on light wheat english muffin with eggbeaters, lc swiss and a slice of lf ham.

    Smoothie with light vanilla soymilk, pb2, banana, ff vanilla yogurt

    Multigrain or Special K waffle with Smuckers Low Sugar strawberry preserves and pb2.

    Whole wheat applesauce pancakes ir Gingerbread Pumpkin pancakes (Southhaven Farms mixes are great). I like to put a dollop of ff vanilla yogurt on top.

    erin

    July 19, 2008

    I love love LOVE my Quaker Weight Control Oatmeal (maple brown sugar flav) – I feel really off if I don’t have it. It keeps me full for a long time!

    I do WANT to be a little more varied…but, I find myself craving this every morning.

    -Erin
    http://www.revampthis.com

    gail

    August 13, 2008

    1 point wrap with peanut butter & a banana Total = 5 Points

    rebekah

    October 13, 2008

    i have a few things i like to eat throughout the week…
    i love Fiber One Crunch and i eat it with 1c skim milk. i also usually add a banana or pear with that.
    also….2 lite waffles with lite syrup
    …1 egg and 1 egg white with basil and ff cheddar cheese topped with ketchup on a lite wheat english muffin.
    …ww muffin and banana
    …yogurt with homemade 2pt granola

    Lisa

    March 30, 2009

    I find that breakfast can be the hardest to be creative with, but I have a few goodies that satisfy my fast food cravings!
    …toasted english muffin, 2 turkey sausage patties, 1/2 slice lowfat cheese.
    …toasted english muffin or 2 sl lite bread, 2 egg whites (over hard), 1 Tbsp lite cream cheese, baby spinach leaves (cooked with the egg whites and drizzle of olive oil)
    …PB & J on 2 lite waffles
    …Egg white omelette w ham & asparagus or other veggies (low-fat frittata), 2 sl lite toast w 1 Tbsp jam
    …mini fruit salad, (lowfat cottage cheese, fruit to your liking, yogurt, etc…)

    kbaby

    July 21, 2009

    Love 1/4 cup pumpkin in steel cut oats with pumpkin pie spice, I throw in applesauce and or yogurt as well, just discovered Chia seeds to round it out. 1T has 20 calories and 2.5 grams fiber, and high omega threes and an interesting texture – expands in liquid.

    Laura

    July 29, 2009

    These are all great ideas!

    I usually have 3 hard boiled egg whites and plain oatmeal with 1/2 cup blueberries for 3.5 pts total. Sometimes I have a banana instead of the berries making it 4 pts total. I try to space out when I eat all this so I am full all morning-usually the eggs between 8 and 9 and the oatmeal at 10. That has helped me a lot. For dinner, and sometimes for breakfast, I have 1/2 cup Fiber One, 1/2 cup Kashi Go Lean, 1/2 cup blueberries and 1 cup skim milk for a 4 pt meal that is REALLY filling.

    Coconut-Oil-Taylor

    September 2, 2009

    That sounds delicious!

    I like eating spinach salad with 2 hard boiled eggs and a tropical fruit shake with coconut oil before running. This gives me energy for the day.

    Michelle

    November 12, 2009

    What I call a “tri-egg scramble” made with 1 part egg beaters, 1 part egg white, and 1 part whole egg; 3 slices Oscar Mayer Naturally Smoked Center Cut bacon; bell peppers; and 1 tsp olive oil. It’s two servings and my fiance eats the other half. I usually stick my half in a 1-point, whole wheat bread product like pita bread, a tortilla, or a sandwich thin. Sometimes I’ll add a small amount of low-fat or fat-free cheese. Including the bread and cheese, it clocks in at 5 points. :)

    And when the boy can’t make it over here in the morning to make breakfast, I’ll usually have a bowl of fiber one with 1% organic milk or soy milk, or have breakfast sandwiches (turkey breakfast sausage patty, 1-point english muffin, 1/4 cup egg beaters, and RF cheddar–5 pts) already prepared in the freezer for easy nuking.

    GIGI

    November 28, 2009

    My Everyday Breakfast:
    – Pureed or Cubed Pumpkin &/or Butternut Squash (mostly pumpkin) sprinkled with cinnamon, stevia &/or pumpkin pie spice
    – One poached egg (or over easy – cause I love a runny yolk)…

    MmMm Good! Cannot wait for breakfast!