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#541 Old 06-04-2012, 08:49 PM
 
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I love bagels or cereal for breakfast.

Sometimes fresh eggs are great, too.
 


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#542 Old 07-03-2012, 10:55 AM
 
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Usually I have only tea for breakfast, sometimes I do eat porridge or muesli if I have more time, but tea is just my quick choice.

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#543 Old 07-03-2012, 12:38 PM
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Usually I have only tea for breakfast, sometimes I do eat porridge or muesli if I have more time, but tea is just my quick choice.

Yeah, I often only have coffee or tea for breakfast which is a habit I'm trying to get out of. Apparently breakfast is the most important meal of the day and all that.

Today I'm having a bagel with peanut butter and an orange along with my coffee. smiley.gif

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#544 Old 07-04-2012, 04:33 PM
 
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Today was sauteed tofu, veggie sausage crumble, onion, mushrooms, fresh parsley and spices with a slice of toast.

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Today was sauteed tofu, veggie sausage crumble, onion, mushrooms, fresh parsley and spices with a slice of toast.

That sounds awesome! I like the idea of tofu and veggie sausage crumble together drool.gif

Today I'm having the same as before, bagel with PB.

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#546 Old 07-05-2012, 10:18 AM
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Today I had coffee and an orange for breakfast. I love oranges, I try to eat one everyday.
 

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#547 Old 07-08-2012, 06:28 PM
 
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1 Apple 1 Pear 10 grapes, 2 FULL handfulls of spinach, a heaping tablespoon of spirulina and chia seeds...blended for 30 seconds...VIOLA!!!!!

 

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#548 Old 07-09-2012, 03:34 AM
 
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Hot cereal (a combination of oat bran and some flake cereal) with banana, raisins, cocoa powder, cinnamon, nutmeg, a little canned coconut milk, some wheat germ, chia seeds and ground flax. Washed it down with two big mugs of tea. Happy belly!

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Today was steel cut oats with cinnamon, cranberries, pecans and a drizzle of honey. Steel cut oats have been a recent craze for me.

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Some kind of healthy cereal called twigs, flakes and clusters or something. It tastes okay but they should really work on that name laugh.gif

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Some of these breakfasts sound yummy and give me great ideas.

My staple breakfast is either a peanut butter and jelly sandwich or oatmeal with walnuts and sliced banana, of course a cup of coffee with soymilk included.Im eventually going to break that coffee habit but not quite yet, Im working on the diet pops first.

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Breakfast was a carob soy shake. Basically I made this carob, silken tofu and brown rice syrup pudding (trying to mimic the old Provamel carob dessert they used to do) but I carelessly put too much carob powder in, so it's really rich and caroby - too rich for me anyway. Rather than let it go to waste I blitzed a few tablespoonful of the dark brown gloop in half a pint of soy milk. Result = pretty nice creamy carob breakfast shake. I think it would have been even better if I'd added a little orange zest to the mix.


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Tomorrow I am planning a tofu scramble with faux sausage, veggies, salsa and tortilla "noodles"

Wednesday is my anniversary. I think the BF and I will be making trail mix pancakes with fruit for breakfast... Mmm...

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Tomorrow I am planning a tofu scramble with faux sausage, veggies, salsa and tortilla "noodles"
Wednesday is my anniversary. I think the BF and I will be making trail mix pancakes with fruit for breakfast... Mmm...

Aww, happy anniversary! smiley.gif

What do you mean by tortilla noodles? I'm intrigued...

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Aww, happy anniversary! smiley.gif
What do you mean by tortilla noodles? I'm intrigued...


The tortilla noodles idea came from this recipe I found: http://hotpotmeal.blogspot.com/2012/07/tortilla-noodles.html#.UAVp4PVyvb5

Basically you just roll up a tortilla and cut it into thin strips like noodles.

 

For breakfast today I sauteed up some firm tofu cubes, veggie sausage crumbles, onion, mushrooms, scallions and fresh parsley seasoned with taco seasoning and nutritional yeast. I added tortilla noodles at the end and let them get a bit toasted. Topped the whole thing with some store-bought pineapple salsa.

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The tortilla noodles idea came from this recipe I found: http://hotpotmeal.blogspot.com/2012/07/tortilla-noodles.html#.UAVp4PVyvb5
Basically you just roll up a tortilla and cut it into thin strips like noodles.

For breakfast today I sauteed up some firm tofu cubes, veggie sausage crumbles, onion, mushrooms, scallions and fresh parsley seasoned with taco seasoning and nutritional yeast. I added tortilla noodles at the end and let them get a bit toasted. Topped the whole thing with some store-bought pineapple salsa.

Whaaaaat, I'm totally going to try that now. Thanks for the idea!

And your breakfast sounds delicious as always drool.gif

I'm just having coffee right now, I'll probably have toast with peanut butter and banana in a bit.

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Whaaaaat, I'm totally going to try that now. Thanks for the idea!
And your breakfast sounds delicious as always drool.gif
I'm just having coffee right now, I'll probably have toast with peanut butter and banana in a bit.

You're very welcome. It's a new idea for me as well, but definitely one I would recommend and repeat.

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#558 Old 07-25-2012, 10:36 PM
 
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Toasted bagel with cream cheese - in the future it won't be toasted (eww)

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Banana date smoothie made with almond milk.

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#560 Old 07-28-2012, 10:01 AM
 
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raisin bran with rice milk 


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#561 Old 07-29-2012, 03:08 PM
 
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Weetabix with grapes:) yummy!grin.gif
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Prebreakfast was 8 banana smoothie

Proper sit down breakfast was 6 tangerines.


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#563 Old 07-31-2012, 12:21 PM
 
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Vanilla soy yogurt, banana, and fresh almond butter

 

I had a pb & chocolate MacroBar about an hour or so later.

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Yesterday was steel-cut oatmeal made in my rice steamer with non-dairy milk, raisins, peanut butter, sunflower seeds, cinnamon, nutmeg, wheat germ, chia and flax.

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Oatmeal with some vegan chocolate, puffed oats and PB + a chopped up banana stirred in! So yummy!!

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#566 Old 08-08-2012, 02:26 AM
 
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2 piece of bread with peanut butter and a cup of soy mil, plus  an apple on the way to work. yumyumtongue3.gif

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#567 Old 08-08-2012, 02:07 PM
 
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Breakfast rocks! Nothing exciting this morning though. Just a couple pieces of toast and some mandarin orange slices. I really like mandarin oranges!

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I had an AMAZING breakfast today! Made Katie's "pizzert" (http://chocolatecoveredkatie.com/2012/05/20/can-you-name-this-dessert/) and topped it with a spread made from 1/2 banana and a scoop of Rainbow Light chocolate protein powder. Cut up the rest of the banana, along with an apple, and put that on top. The whole thing was topped with a generous amount of cinnamon. (You CANNOT get enough cinnamon!) 

 

So.Freaking.Good... drool.gifdrool.gifdrool.gif

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  • granola and soy milk (cliche, yes)
  • bagel, cream cheese and a slice of tomato instead of lox
  • morning star sausage patties and hashbrowns fried with garlic and hot sauce
  • leftover japanese curry w/ toast
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#570 Old 09-15-2012, 03:44 PM
 
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Hash brown with salsa, strawberries, and vanilla soy milk.

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