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#21 Lua

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    Posted 03 February 2011 - 06:49 AM

    I love me my breakfasts!! I always go all out in the morning as i need the food/energy to keep me going. :)

     

    my favourite lately is a banana or sweet potato pancake!!!

     

    3/4C oats (as in rolled oats, no instant stuff)

    2 tbsp milk (any type of milk works)

    1 egg

    handful of walnut pieces

    cinnamon

    either 1/2 banana or 1/2 sweet potato - mashed

     

    Mix it all together and pour into a non stick frying pan.  Flatten it down to form a 'pancake' shape and cook slowly on med-low heat.

     

    Top with berries (this am it was blue berries) and a drizzle of syrup.

    SOOOO GOOD!!!



    #22 FuninthesunMayan2011

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      Posted 03 February 2011 - 04:55 PM


      YUMMY!!!!!!!! This sounds delicious! Have all the ingredients so going to try tomorrow morning.

      Originally Posted by Lua 

      I love me my breakfasts!! I always go all out in the morning as i need the food/energy to keep me going. :)

       

      my favourite lately is a banana or sweet potato pancake!!!

       

      3/4C oats (as in rolled oats, no instant stuff)

      2 tbsp milk (any type of milk works)

      1 egg

      handful of walnut pieces

      cinnamon

      either 1/2 banana or 1/2 sweet potato - mashed

       

      Mix it all together and pour into a non stick frying pan.  Flatten it down to form a 'pancake' shape and cook slowly on med-low heat.

       

      Top with berries (this am it was blue berries) and a drizzle of syrup.

      SOOOO GOOD!!!





      #23 Pucca

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        Posted 15 February 2011 - 03:15 PM

        I love breakfast and am always ready to eat breakfast (any time of the day actually). :D 

         

        Something I like to do is called Palta in Chile, and it is quite healthy, quite filling, and easy to make (I learned it from my fiance):

         

        Half a hass avocado (for one serving, or use the whole thing if you're making breakfast for two)

        Half a tablespoon or so of olive oil

        Dash of salt

         

        Mash the avocado and mix in the olive oil and salt. Spread on multi-grain toast and enjoy! 

         

        Sometimes I'll also make scrambled eggs (minus the yolk). Then I'll use the avocado mix as a spread on a wrap (one of those whole-wheat lavash wraps), add the scrambled egg, and voila! Breakfast wrap. 

         



        #24 richarsd

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          Posted 16 February 2011 - 08:01 AM

          Yum! The wrap sounds delicious!

           

          Originally Posted by Pucca 

          I love breakfast and am always ready to eat breakfast (any time of the day actually). :D 

           

          Something I like to do is called Palta in Chile, and it is quite healthy, quite filling, and easy to make (I learned it from my fiance):

           

          Half a hass avocado (for one serving, or use the whole thing if you're making breakfast for two)

          Half a tablespoon or so of olive oil

          Dash of salt

           

          Mash the avocado and mix in the olive oil and salt. Spread on multi-grain toast and enjoy! 

           

          Sometimes I'll also make scrambled eggs (minus the yolk). Then I'll use the avocado mix as a spread on a wrap (one of those whole-wheat lavash wraps), add the scrambled egg, and voila! Breakfast wrap. 

           





          #25 bmadzia1

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            Posted 16 February 2011 - 08:27 AM

            I have a great low-cal breafkast.  Probably a weekend breakfast thing, but if you make extras, you can have it for the toaster/microwave. 

             

            1 cup of oats

            1 cup of cottage cheese (I use 1% )

            6 egg whites

            bit of cinammon

            either peacan or walnuts (just a handful)

            teaspon of Vanilla (optional)

            and I add a bit of honey (again - optional but adds that bit of taste)

             

            I also started adding flax seed lately.

             

            Put all ingredients in a blender, blend it and then make it just like pancakes.  This receipe should give you about 10 oat pancakes. 

             

            If I skip the honey and vanilla in the blender, I 'sprinkle' chopped apples, or berries with a bit of honey on top.  3 of these are still less calories than one regular pancake.  Quite filling too. 

             

            Enjoy



            #26 pfeiffla

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              Posted 26 October 2011 - 06:11 PM

              I LOVE BREAKFAST!!!  I feel like the highschool boy though, that likes his cereal!  I appreciate all the new ideas I read on here for breakfast.  FYI, if you're out and about and need a quick breakfast, Einstein bagels has a turkey bagel breakfast thingy and it's really good and less than 270 calories :)






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