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Breakfast I Need Something That Sticks With Me

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yea we actually do get a 10 minute break, I have started bringing snacks almonds rasins and a propel the past few days and it has helped to hold me over until I get out. Hopefully they will get the AC workin this weekend!

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Buckwheat crepes (french pancakes) seem to keep me full forever.

I do fiund buckwheat a bit heavy and sometimes a bit of indigestion but perhaps this is what makes em keep you full so long.

To make the batter just add water and salt to buckwheat flour until its the same sort of consituency as regular batter you can also add an egg, add more flour to balance the mix. Then you heat butter in the pan to stop it sticking and pour it in and spread it around.

Its a bit of a practice thing .... after a few tries its easy but at first its a bit tricky.

My favorites are goats cheese, ham, onions and mushrooms .. if you don't have problems with casein then some emmental or sticky type cheese can extend it. You can drop on some mixed herbs etc. .. I cook the ham, mushrooms and onios first in a frying pan.

Then you add the mix to the middle of the crepe and fold it over ... the cheese should melt partially and you have a high calorie filling snack...I often use these when skiing or camping because they keep you going so long but make sure you get some exersize they calorie count high.

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I was wondering if anyone has any ideas of some breakfast that lasts with you.. I usually have eggs, and grits or eggs and toast, I have to eat at like 6 and dont get out of class til 12 20 so this is hard I am use to snaking and they dont allow it! does anyone have any suggestions of a breakfast I can switch up to that last other than eggs? does anyone have a good sausauge swirl, like bisquits with sausage in it recipes?

I just this morning took slow cooked brown rice from the day before, added a chopped up apple and cooked it another 1/2 hour with water (or pear juice if you like), then ate it. It was pretty good, and the most filling breakfast I've had in a while. I did have to add quite a bit of sweetner: I usually only add maple syrup, not eating refined sugar for the most part, but ended up adding raisins and brown sugar as well.

Anyway, it lasted.

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Breakfast has been the hardest meal of the day for me too. I was trying gluten-free waffles or bagles with peanut butter, but my problem was trying to find somewhere out to toast them that wouldn't be cross containmentaion. So, now I usually take with my fruit, or Mott's applesauce, or nuts with maybe some raisins (like my own trail mix). These all seem to work for me! My other problem is lunch - salads get old and so do the dressings. I have allergies to soy and dairy too which makes both of these meals a lot more challenging!

I was wondering if anyone has any ideas of some breakfast that lasts with you.. I usually have eggs, and grits or eggs and toast, I have to eat at like 6 and dont get out of class til 12 20 so this is hard I am use to snaking and they dont allow it! does anyone have any suggestions of a breakfast I can switch up to that last other than eggs? does anyone have a good sausauge swirl, like bisquits with sausage in it recipes?

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I've been having more fun with salads by adding things that seemingly don't make sense: asparagus, green beans...AND I have the best dressing that I make which is to squeeze a mineola (really sweet orange), a bit o lemon squeezed, some balsamic, salt and pepper, a dash of sugar...mix all up, then slowly wisk in the olive oil. It frothes up....very nice. I also plop a huge fillet of salmon on top...but that is usually dinner.

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I just this morning took slow cooked brown rice from the day before, added a chopped up apple and cooked it another 1/2 hour with water (or pear juice if you like), then ate it. It was pretty good, and the most filling breakfast I've had in a while. I did have to add quite a bit of sweetner: I usually only add maple syrup, not eating refined sugar for the most part, but ended up adding raisins and brown sugar as well.

Anyway, it lasted.

It's good that this works for you, but a pure carb breakfast would give me massive heartburn and be gone in a maximum of three hours. Everybody needs to experiment.

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I used to always have a problem with keeping hunger (& low bllod sugar) at bay until lunch time. Now I have a bowl of gluten free museli, which I make up myself. I normally combine:-

Rice flakes

Millet flakes

Rice puffs

linseeds/ flax seeds

hazelnuts

raisins & other dried fruits

The rice flakes are rather hard, so I usually soak a few table spoons of museli in water over night.

Personally I don't, but you could also add some sugar if it's not sweet enough for you.

Lisa

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Recently discovered a new fav breakfast. It keeps me full easily for 6-7 hrs. Bowl of Enjoy Life Cinnamon Granola with a fresh peach diced on top, pour DariFree over. Yummy. This and a cup of coffee and I'm good to go for quite awhile.

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Recently discovered a new fav breakfast. It keeps me full easily for 6-7 hrs. Bowl of Enjoy Life Cinnamon Granola with a fresh peach diced on top, pour DariFree over. Yummy. This and a cup of coffee and I'm good to go for quite awhile.

That's defiinitely not for everybody. I bought a box of it, took one bite, and tossed it.

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We love Pamela's pancakes and they are great to freeze after you make them and pop in the microwave. We put Peanut butter and either applesauce or syrup on them. They are very filling. Also I make Kinnikinnick english muffins toasted with two soft boiled eggs. Adding fruit with either of these.

Your teacher is crazy!!

Monica

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