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What do you have for breakfast?

I generally have oatmeal for breakfast with a banana mixed keeps me full until lunch and is good for me......I realized, however, that it's not very exciting to eat the same thing day in/day out......

What do you eat for breakfast? I'm looking for ideas to spice up my morning.....


Wed. Feb 22, 10:02am

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:) Oatmeal with raisins--pretty much every day, too. You could change up your add-ins to make it more interesting.

Wednesday, February 22, 2006, 10:09 AM

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love the stuff. always choose something with higher fiber, though you may not need to. Right now I'm on a Fiber 1 kick, banana and skim milk and it keeps me full until lunch without question. Other tasty options could be rasin bran, frosted mini-wheats or derivatives of those. Though I've never tried them I hear the Kashi varities aren't bad. Switching up the fruit is also a good option, as in blueberries or strawberries instead of the banana.
Toast is also good, anything with a decent fiber count, and some peanut butter for protein. Yum

Wednesday, February 22, 2006, 10:09 AM

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More Protein please! ...........

I was having a South Beach cereal bar, but haave recently added hardboiled eggs and an apple instead. Or Cream of wheat w/a few Hb eggs.
Also, if i do have cereal, i chose high fiber cereal but i pour the SOY milK first , then add a scoop of vanillla protien shake, mix them together, then add a serving of the cereal ;) I obviously only have a few minutes in the morning!! LOL

Wednesday, February 22, 2006, 10:33 AM

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I love Flax-Plus frozen toaster waffles with a bit of peanut butter.

I also eat 5-Grain oatmeal (tons of flax, protein and fiber) with apples and cinnamon mixed in.

I eat vegetarian sausage patties for more protein too.

Wednesday, February 22, 2006, 11:04 AM

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I have 3 main breakfasts:

1)Either a Thomas "Carb Consider" bagel or a Weight Watchers bagel, toasted, with a wedge of light laughing cow cheese spread on each half (total = 220 calories), or sometimes cream cheese instead of the laughing cow cheese.

2) 1 packet "Weight Control" Quaker oatmeal (160 calories) - banana bread flavor with about 5 chocolate chips added, or cinnamon flavor, either with a bunch of frozen blueberries added to the bowl after microwaving.

3) bowl of cereal with skim milk. Right now, my favorites are Fiber 1 Honey Clusters and Peanut Butter Toast Crunch. Both under 200 calories for a BIG bowl.

I tend to add 2 pieces of turkey sausage to all of those breakfasts. 2 links is 80 calories, mostly protein.

Wednesday, February 22, 2006, 12:19 PM

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