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What's For Breakfast Today?
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"I can find gluten-free bread as a relacement, but not a summer tomato. I loved hot toast with peanut butter."

Carolinakip, I'm sorry that you can't eat those things. :( I love both of those things too, I 'm really trying hard to focus on enjoying what I *can* eat, not taking anything for granted!

This morning I had vanilla flavored black coffee, and a baked potato with avocado and chopped tomatoes on top, my new favorite treat. I never would have thought of combining those things until I started having to get "creative" with my diet, but I love it!

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Well, it's not breakfast time. But can I just say how wonderful Chocolate Chex Cereal is? I'm eating some now for my snack, it's so good. Thank you Chex Company!!!!! :P

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"I can find gluten-free bread as a relacement, but not a summer tomato. I loved hot toast with peanut butter."

Carolinakip, I'm sorry that you can't eat those things. :( I love both of those things too, I 'm really trying hard to focus on enjoying what I *can* eat, not taking anything for granted!

This morning I had vanilla flavored black coffee, and a baked potato with avocado and chopped tomatoes on top, my new favorite treat. I never would have thought of combining those things until I started having to get "creative" with my diet, but I love it!

You should see the creative ways baked potatoes (or "jackets") are done in England! I've had tuna salad, baked beans and a host of other great potato toppings. Keep experimenting - there are thousands of great combos. I like to add cheeses, pancetta, caramelized shallots, fresh herbs, herb butter, goat's cheese, pesto...

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From scratch - potato pancakes smothered in organic maple syrup.

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Well, it's not breakfast time. But can I just say how wonderful Chocolate Chex Cereal is? I'm eating some now for my snack, it's so good. Thank you Chex Company!!!!! :P

Agreed!!! all of the gluten-free Chex flavors-- especially the Chocolate, Cinnamon, and Honey Nut-- are all regulars at my house for breakfast, snack, or dessert (and yes, sometimes dinner, too!!)

in fact, that's what I had for breakfast this morning... Honey Nut & Cinnamon Chex & 1/2 banana, w/ milk; and a yogurt. :)

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butternut squash soup with half a hot link, and, a bit later, eggwhite casserole made with spinach, ham, sundried tomatoes, and shredded potatoes. (Doesn't everyone have two breakfasts??? :rolleyes: )

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butternut squash soup with half a hot link, and, a bit later, eggwhite casserole made with spinach, ham, sundried tomatoes, and shredded potatoes. (Doesn't everyone have two breakfasts??? :rolleyes: )

You are putting all those egg whites to good use!!! :)

Yes, two breakfasts are better than one!!! :lol:

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Not the healthiest by any stretch:

2 chocolate chip cookies

1 pear

apple juice

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Despite the fact that I'm over 30, I think I'm eating like a teenage boy again. Now that said, I do still count my morning snack (included here) as breakfast. Don't know if that makes it any better!

2 jumbo scrambled eggs

1 Rice cake with organic Peanut Butter

1 Fresh Apple

3 slices of Hormel Natural Turkey

2 handfuls of Planters mixed nuts

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Oat flakes with a mixture of dried fruit and seeds. One medium boiled egg. Low-fat yoghurt with a finely chopped mandarin for some sweetness. A large cup of green tea.

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Leftover chicken and two boiled eggs minus one yoke.

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Coffee with honey and coconut milk

Grain-free/dairy-free banana bread made with almond flour and flax meal

A fresh fuyu persimmon

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eggwhite casserole, and beets with sour cream

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A few slices of bacon, hash brown patty, scrambled eggs, coffe, oj.

Had planned on a day of hard labor. Now I'm sitting on my butt getting fat.

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Had planned on a day of hard labor. Now I'm sitting on my butt getting fat.

At least it's a well padded seat. :P

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Lite eggnog and a banana.....

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Well, since I had my breakfast for supper last night, scrambled eggs, msg-less sausage, and gluten-free toast with jelly/butter, I will just have some coffee and possibly some corn chex cereal with almonds and raisins and unsweetened applejuice in place of milk :)

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spaghetti squash with spaghetti sauce.

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"Agreed!!! all of the gluten-free Chex flavors-- especially the Chocolate, Cinnamon, and Honey Nut-- are all regulars at my house for breakfast, snack, or dessert (and yes, sometimes dinner, too!!)"

Box of cereal is empty now but I'm saving the chocolate crumbs in the bottom of the bag to put on ice cream or something...too good to waste!

For brunch today: Garden Skillet (and Cinnamon coffee)

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Every morning for breakfast --- it's low carb---- 1/2 of a 2 egg omelet (ingredients added vary from broccolli, spinach, mushrooms, fresh herbs, etc. and cheese ) some beef sausage, coffee with cream only, and a homemade pumpkin muffin (using Splenda for sweetner)

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here is a breakfast or snack bar i like to make

rice chex

blue agave

butter (allergy friendly)have also used peanut butter and i have also used almond butter

vanilla

nuts or seeds of any kind

coconut and have used coconut milk at one time that was good

melt butter & agave in microwave until boiling

add vanilla stir and if you are adding either a cream or coconut milk

then pour over the chex and nuts

spread into greesed pan cool

cut into squares

i did not put in mesurements as it all depends on the quanity

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2 thick slices of oatbread with bacon and eggs. 4 hours later and I'm still not hungry :P Raaawrrr, I'm a munch-monster. If I don't eat heavy/satisfying meals I tend to snack all day.

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Home made corned beef hash

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This morning is hamburger gravy over rice

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We had leftover apple berry crumble that my mom made...it was apples, black raspberries, blueberries, cranberries, cinnamon and stevia with an almond flour crumble.

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