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What do you eat for breakfast

So most mornings I have 4 poached eggs on 2 pieces of toast, does me nutritional wise but it isn't the quickest or easier thing to make in the morning. I'm looking for some alternatives.
 
What do you guys have for breakfast?
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    Re: What do you eat for breakfast 2014/12/17 12:59:04 (permalink)
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    Porridge, Weetabix or Alpen. No sugar as it keeps me awake.
    Maybe have cheese on toast occasionally.

    I work nights so I don't have anything heavy before I go to bed.
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    Re: What do you eat for breakfast 2014/12/17 13:40:15 (permalink)
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    Weetabix with milk. Pro peptide or peptide fusion shake.
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    Re: What do you eat for breakfast 2014/12/17 13:41:12 (permalink)
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    Coffee with double cream, whey and coconut oil usually... Or Bacon and eggs cooked in butter.

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    Re: What do you eat for breakfast 2014/12/17 14:01:17 (permalink)
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    I don't do cooking in the morning so I've got into the routine of powdered oats and whey shake about 450 cals with water
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    Re: What do you eat for breakfast 2014/12/17 14:54:44 (permalink)
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    I now dont eat until being up for an hour and half almost, i wake up around 7.30am and have a couple of glasses of water. Then as soon as i;m through the door at work I have protein shake, 2 scoops bbw concentrate with approx 400ml of skimmed milk. Originally I thought my stomach would be rumbling but truth be told I actually feel a bit sharper in the mornings doing it this way.
     
    I've also recently got BBW pancakes for a treat over the holidays, those are really easy to do in the pan. second go i had the amount of mixture nailed.
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    Re: What do you eat for breakfast 2014/12/17 14:54:59 (permalink)
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    I now dont eat until being up for an hour and half almost, i wake up around 7.30am and have a couple of glasses of water. Then as soon as i;m through the door at work I have protein shake, 2 scoops bbw concentrate with approx 400ml of skimmed milk. Originally I thought my stomach would be rumbling but truth be told I actually feel a bit sharper in the mornings doing it this way.
     
    I've also recently got BBW pancakes for a treat over the holidays, those are really easy to do in the pan. second go i had the amount of mixture nailed.
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    Re: What do you eat for breakfast 2014/12/17 15:16:49 (permalink)
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    4 scrambled eggs, one round of wholemeal or granary toast lightly buttered, or 2 weetabix, 25g saltana bran, 200ml skimmed milk.
    I alternate between these two choices and have done for months, although originaly I used to have 4 whites one yolk but I have had whole eggs for a while now
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    Re: What do you eat for breakfast 2014/12/17 16:04:25 (permalink)
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    Been a long time since I had carbs for breakfast. Usually eggs, fried, scrambled or in an omelette form, usually cooked in butter, served with some Spanish meat, or nuts. Maybe avocado- depends, I like variety, but always protein & fats.

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    Re: What do you eat for breakfast 2014/12/17 16:13:43 (permalink)
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    Oats, milk powder, fruit, oil and milkshake powder.
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    Re: What do you eat for breakfast 2014/12/17 16:44:40 (permalink)
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    I'm slacking in the way of a nutritionally decent breakfast.
    I prepare by purchasing 2-3 boxes of Tesco's own ready brek.
    Then I empty these in an empty protein tub...
     
    Then for quickness in mornings, I make a shake with Avenches Biotech Pure Whey...
    2 Scoops Whey 
    300ml Water
    2-3 Scoops Oats
    ...Done!
     
    Then i'll be hungry 2 hours later ready for my first meal. Simple, quick and easy!
    Like I say, it's not necessarily decent nutritionally lol
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    Re: What do you eat for breakfast 2014/12/17 18:22:16 (permalink)
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    Oats whey eggs banana shredded wheat milk

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    Re: What do you eat for breakfast 2014/12/17 18:30:49 (permalink)
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    A wedge of homemade bread pudding, a whey shake and large bowl of porridge w/cinnamon and mixed berries then some OJ and a multi vit

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    Re: What do you eat for breakfast 2014/12/17 18:34:56 (permalink)
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    A wedge of homemade bread pudding




    Could you turn this in to Banana bread?
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    Re: What do you eat for breakfast 2014/12/17 19:30:33 (permalink)
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    150g oats with bananas and either cinnamon or maple syrup. Then I'll have a shake after my shower.
    Also, typically around 2 litres of water, if I don't think the water in the mornings it will take me hours to be awake enough to actually do anything productive.

     
     
     
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    Re: What do you eat for breakfast 2014/12/17 19:41:04 (permalink)
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    A wedge of homemade bread pudding




    Could you turn this in to Banana bread?



     
    Probably... I use my sons crust cut offs, save then and soak them in a litre of 7+ eggs, milk, protein powder and maybe some cream if there is some. And just bake it off, nice and simple cost free snacking from bread crusts that my Mrs always throws out

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    Re: What do you eat for breakfast 2014/12/17 19:56:15 (permalink)
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    4 scrambled eggs, 120 g of frying steak cooking done in coconut oil.
     
    Scoop of whey, 5g creatine, and Protein Works Greens in water.
     
    Coffee with coconut oil
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    Re: What do you eat for breakfast 2014/12/17 20:08:48 (permalink)
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    Protein shake and handful of nuts
    Egg omlette
    Or no breakfast
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    Re: What do you eat for breakfast 2014/12/17 20:16:03 (permalink)
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    Porridge with skimmed milk n honey, 2 thickly sliced rounds of wholemeal toast (no spread) with 3 scrambled eggs...coffee or tea. 

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    Re: What do you eat for breakfast 2014/12/18 12:17:56 (permalink)
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    Lots of things (depending on carb needs);
    • Porridge made with oats, whey, berries & milk
    • Muesli with whey/water
    • Bircher (porridge made with whey then topped with granola, banana, seeds, yogurt, honey)
    • Peanut butter mixed with whey on toast
    • Blueberry Pancakes made with whey and almond flour
    • Eggs, ham, spinach, flax, tomato
    • Cottage cheese with nuts, seeds and ground flax
     
    And sometimes on the weekend, danish pastries and malt loaf.

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