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What's For Breakfast Today?
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scrambled eggs

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Grilled ham and Provolone again...had to use up the ham.

Cherries.

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My new favorite breakfast--a banana slightly mashed with 1/2 of a Ginger Snap Lara Bar stirred into Fage yogurt.

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Breakfast tacos...scrambled eggs and potatoes in a hard white corn taco shell and topped with shredded cheddar and ketchup. Served them with strawberries and bananas with a drizzle of chocolate sauce and dollop of homemade whipped cream.

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This morning we tried the new apple cinnamon rice chex. It reminded me of apple cinnamon cherrios, but it smelled like the Quaker apple cinnamon oatmeal.

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This morning we tried the new apple cinnamon rice chex. It reminded me of apple cinnamon cherrios, but it smelled like the Quaker apple cinnamon oatmeal.

I can not find that here yet, but I keep looking. I can't wait to get my hands on a box. Today I'll "settle" for eggs, bacon and cheese on an arepa. Which I suppose I should get my butt in gear and make if I intend to have breakfast before the rugrat gets dropped off.

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Sweet potato fries.

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This morning was pork and an apple.

Yeah, pork. It was leftover.

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I found apple cinnamon Chex! It isn't exactly what I expected but I like it. I will definitely be getting more when I can find it on sale. Yeah, little miss coupon was so excited she paid full price for a box of cereal. Worth it.

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Homemade dinner rolls grilled with ham, Provolone, blueberry ketchup I made yesterday and spicy mustard we brought back from Croatia.

Blueberry ketchup?!?!?!!? Please esplain! :D

Also, have you ever tried a smoothie with frozen pineapple, yogurt, and a bit of orange juice? :)

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Baked plantain with sea salt.

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Blueberry ketchup?!?!?!!? Please esplain! :D

I'm still waiting for my blueberry ketchup esplanation!!!

Today I had leftover ground beef and rice fried in butter with leeks and spices and parmesan cheese for breakfast. I like dinner for breakfast!

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I'm still waiting for my blueberry ketchup esplanation!!!

Today I had leftover ground beef and rice fried in butter with leeks and spices and parmesan cheese for breakfast. I like dinner for breakfast!

Sorry - I posted it the day after you asked for it but obviously that post did not show up. Weird.

Anyway, here we go again...

http://www.seriouseats.com/recipes/2011/08/sauced-blueberry-ketchup-condiment-recipe.html

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This morning for breakfast we made a shake/smoothie. If anyone ever had the Chocolate Elvis smoothie from Planet Smoothie it tasted just like that. 4 frozen bananas, 1/2 c peanut butter, about 2 tbs chocolate syrup and about 2 cups of almond milk and blend together.

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Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaah, truth be told, Hershey bar with almonds. King size. And coffee! Black. Afterall, it IS fourth of July!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Sausage scrambled eggs and an almond flour muffin. Sausage recipe from here, though I left out the sugar.

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Apple cinnamon rice cakes with peanut butter.

Where the heck is the pumpkin fudge recipe? What, do we have to beg here? :huh::blink::ph34r:

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Strawberry flax milkshake. Oh yeah, milkshakes for breakfast all summer long. This is gonna be awesome!

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Simple today. Two scrambled eggs, cream cheese on Rudi's toasted raisin cinnamon bread. E Yum!

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Leftover ground beef n onions from dinner.

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2 fried eggs, homemade hash browns out of the potatoes from dinner and some blueberries. I ate so much that I skipped lunch. :)

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As my husband is finally officially gluten free I have promised (at least for his first week) to send him off to work every day with a hot breakfast. The kid I babysit is sound asleep and right now I'm kicking myself thinking I could be too! I'm gonna make pancakes, bacon and eggs. Scrambled for him, poached for me. I haven't had a poached egg in a long time and there is just something magical about them.

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3 gluten-free rice cakes

an hour and a half later:

gluten-free bread with PB & J

Attempted the Ehwhron (or however your spell it) Brand cereal in cocoa

and it wouldnt go down. I thought I was going to throw that up. It was

AWFUL... any normal brand cereal that is gluten-free?

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... any normal brand cereal that is gluten-free?

Yes! A number of Chex cereals are gluten-free (obviously not Wheat Chex) and Kelloggs has come out with gluten-free Rice Krispies made from brown rice. The boxes are clearly marked gluten-free. They're also easy to find in grocery stores as well as Wal-Mart.

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