you eat for breakfast?
second most asked questions. Hopefully the posts below, in
addition to some tasty breakfast
recipes, will help you get some ideas.
when I first started this woe I got pretty sick of eggs too
but now I usually only cook them on weekends. Sometimes I
boil up some to have during the week but I don't eat them
daily! Maybe some of these other breakfast ideas will help
until you get used to thinking about breakfast differently.
question I always ask is if you weren't following this woe
what would you have for breakfast? Not surprisingly most people
answer cereal, bagels, muffins, toast, fruit etc. All carbs!
Its no wonder we spiral into an eating frenzy when we don't
following this woe.
second question needs to be what foods can we substitute for
breakfast. Remember you can have veggies too not just protein.
Need a quick breakfast or a portable one, how about celery
and cream cheese. Don't care for cream cheese how about a
spreadable cheddar instead. Don't care for celery, have it
with cucumber or bell pepper slices.
have some leftover meat in the fridge (from dinner) how about
a piece of leftover chicken for breakfast. Chicken strips,
or chicken salad made with cucumber, celery, green onion and
mayo. Does your market's deli have sliced meat -- I sometimes
buy 2-3 slices of sirlion at the deli and have it for breakfast
for a few days.
my favorite breakfasts is a handful of colby-jack cheese cubes
and a cup of coffee. I'm not usually very hungry in the morning,
I mostly eat something to make sure I don't get hungry before
my lunch break and then succumb to junk food in the lounge
you said you are tired of bacon and eggs, but what about making
some deviled eggs...they are so much more like an hors d'oeuvre
than a breakfast food that they are a real treat! and enough
work that you won't do them all the time. Or make some egg
salad, I love to do this and scoop it up with veggies as if
it were a dip.
cheese is another wonderful standby. I buy the little containers
and just grab one as I head out the door in the morning.
a slice of ham wrapped around a piece of cheese for a change
of pace? It's good, quick and easy.
part of this is getting your brain to remember that its the
cereal companies and bakeries that have convinced us that
carbs are breakfast now its time to train it to think differently.
Its worth it because you will feel so much better.
I do like eggs - love eggs, but
I just roll a piece of deli turkey and any cheese together.
It doesn't have to be a big meal. Sometimes it's just string
cheese by its self. You may find, after a week or two that
you aren't hungry in the morning.
breakfast is the same as my favorite snack, I roll a crispy
romaine lettuce leaf with ham and cheese or cream cheese,
I call it my lettuce burrito, it's yummy!
isn't all that different but...
with sausage, bacon, ham, as well as cheese and veggies (like
mushrooms). That's what I try to do, but I never have the
time. I was lucky enough to get an omelette-maker for Christmas.
idea is Migas. It's basically just scrambled eggs, sausage,
and whatever else you want with a Tex-Mex flair. Add just
a little spice - red pepper, or whatever. I would look up
a recipe before taking this on my advice. Usually these are
served with tortillas and salsa, but it's not necessary. I
enjoy the salsa, but if you're sensitive to tomatoes, I wouldn't