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Old 06-20-2015, 08:41 PM   #4971
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I treated myself to a breakfast from a nice place. Had what they call the "bread basket" (with a pot of tea) consisting of mini pain au chocolat, mini croissants, toast and assorted jams.
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Old 06-21-2015, 09:14 AM   #4972
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I lift weights, so my breakfasts tend to be protein heavy. I actually came on here to see what other people eat for breakfast to get ideas. My breakfasts alternate, and I'm getting pretty bored. Lunch is usually dinner leftovers and dinner tends to be vegetarian due to my husband being a vegetarian. In the summer, because of the BBQ, I tend to eat more meat at dinner. Anyone else train and have ideas?

I do these in the morning, because they're easy to do at 5am while I'm getting ready to leave the house for 6am.

Breakfast One
  • Two poached eggs
  • Smoked salmon with capers and red onion
  • Sauteed spinach
  • Cottage cheese with green onion

Breakfast Two
  • 2 baked eggs with nutritional yeast
  • Asparagus or green beans
  • Peameal bacon
  • Greek yogurt

Breakfast Three
  • Two baked eggs
  • Two sausages (not breakfast. Usually spicy Italian or a csabai)
  • Cottage cheese with green onion.

Breakfast Four could be tomato sauce with pesto, sausage, or ground beef, with Adzuki Bean noodles (High in protien)

Breakfast Five - Lentil Soup spiced with cumin, coriander, salt, and black pepper. Add chunks of venison, pork, or beef as you prefer.

Breakfast Six - Boiled, rolled barley with leftover chicken cubes, spiced with sage, thyme, salt, garlic, ginger, and black pepper.

Breakfast Seven - Ground pork or beef stuffed with minced spinach, pine nuts, basil, and Parmigiano Reggiano, served with a poached egg on top.

Just some ideas off the top of my head. Hope it helps, or at least inspires you with new ideas.

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Old 06-21-2015, 09:34 AM   #4973
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Spanish tortilla with asparagus, tomato, red onion, Swiss Chard, potato topped with smoked trout and homemade salsa. Got enough leftover for later.
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Old 06-21-2015, 09:36 AM   #4974
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I lift weights, so my breakfasts tend to be protein heavy. I actually came on here to see what other people eat for breakfast to get ideas. My breakfasts alternate, and I'm getting pretty bored. Lunch is usually dinner leftovers and dinner tends to be vegetarian due to my husband being a vegetarian. In the summer, because of the BBQ, I tend to eat more meat at dinner. Anyone else train and have ideas?

I do these in the morning, because they're easy to do at 5am while I'm getting ready to leave the house for 6am.


Breakfast One
  • Two poached eggs
  • Smoked salmon with capers and red onion
  • Sauteed spinach
  • Cottage cheese with green onion

Breakfast Two
  • 2 baked eggs with nutritional yeast
  • Asparagus or green beans
  • Peameal bacon
  • Greek yogurt

Breakfast Three
  • Two baked eggs
  • Two sausages (not breakfast. Usually spicy Italian or a csabai)
  • Cottage cheese with green onion.
Hopefully you've read through this thread and have gotten lots of ideas for breakfasts. Most of us who post here eat "outside the breakfast box."
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Old 07-02-2015, 10:06 AM   #4975
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A mountain of steamed baby kale from the garden, leftover roasted freekeh, topped with two poached eggs from The Girls. Delish.
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Old 07-02-2015, 10:13 AM   #4976
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Just sat down with a hot coup of coffee and an apple turnover.
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Old 07-02-2015, 12:50 PM   #4977
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Just sat down with a hot coup of coffee and an apple turnover.
My breakfst this morning was pitiful, but tasty - a slice of leverwurst, a spoonful of leftover potato salad, a glass of milk, a tsp. of strawberry freezer-jam. But I made a beef stew from raw ingredients in 20 minutes, for lunch today. I just got done eating, it and for such a quick stew, it turned out really good. If I'd eaten a proper breakfast, i wouldn't have had time to put together that stew.

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Old 07-04-2015, 03:58 PM   #4978
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I had breakfast burritos with chicken chili over the top!
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Old 07-04-2015, 04:08 PM   #4979
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Well hi there, Princess! Nice to see you again. Hope everything is going well with the transition.

I could go for some of those doctored up breakfast burritos! This morning I had scrambled eggs and whole wheat toast with peach jam. We went to the farmers market yesterday and I bought 4 dozen farm fresh eggs from happy free range chickens. Oh my, are those eggs ever good.
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Old 07-05-2015, 11:31 AM   #4980
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Spicy sausage,egg & cheese burritos........



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