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Healthy quick breakfast idea's?

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Not sure where you're at or what's available, but I recommend skyr (it's a low-fat and excellent yoghurt-related product that's most popular in Iceland but well-known across Scandinavia and making inroads elsewhere). I prefer it to regular yoghurt and ofc you can pair it with whole grain whatever. Plus all those probiotics are great for overall health (but feel free to substitute sauerkraut or kimchi <3 for an adventurous morning meal!)

@LoboShuffle oatmeal is just nasty. But you're certainly right about its benefits. ;-)

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Here is my favourite breakfast - a bowl of porridge made with semi-skimmed milk, a hint of cinnamon and a banana. Costs pennies and gives you all the energy you need to kick start your day! If I want something different, I look through http://verytasty.us . It offers some amazing breakfast ideas too. 

 

 

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Haha, well, there's always egg whites.  Sounds gross but very low cal, and theres so much you can do w/ it..

Also, sweet potatoes can be baked and eaten w/ a small portion rice and soy sauce... Not really a breakfast but its food.

Baked beans can be moderately low cal, eat w/ english muffins? 

Protein shakes are obviously quick...190 cal / bottle  

Really, anything can be "low cal". You just need to portion correctly.

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Hard boiled eggs and fresh fruit with yogurt are a good, healthy, quick and easy breakfast. 

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I'm eating overnight oats soaked in yoghurt and mashed banana with some optional cinnamon and honey every day. It's really stomach friendly and you can add anything to your liking to overnight oats.

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acai, or oatmeal (: 

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Morning breakfast should be good because our daily work start from morning. There are many healthy breakfast food and in which we can take Oatmeal, Berries, Nuts and Green Tea.

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To keep my figure in good shape, I often eat two boiled eggs and half a grapefruit for breakfast.

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Personnally i'm really hungry when i wake up, my stomach litarally ache so i like to eat a lot in the morning. Here are my fave super super filling breakfast haha. I also like to eat my breakfast salty.

- Sandwich : 2 slice of wholewheat bread, an avocado mashed, guacamole spice, one egg (hard boiled or sunny side up)

- Tasty mug cake : an egg, milk, tomato cubes, flour, cheese, leftovers veggies, self rising flour. Combine all and microwave 2min.

- 1 or 2 carrots in wedges and mayo/yoghurt dip.

- Tuna, celery, lemon, capers, mayo or youghurt. Combine and spread on toast.

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