| Originally Posted by LALA |
I have either -
Egg white on toast
Quaker Oats Low Sugar Oatmeal (2 ww points)
Fat free vanilla yogurt with frozen fruit in it and Trader Joes low fat almond granola.
Not really help on the not at home meals. Starbucks does sell a yogurt/fruit/granola thing now w only 4g of fat and 11 g of protein, but it has more than 200 cal.
200 Calorie and Under Breakfast Ideas - do you have one?
Posted 01 August 2007 - 10:15 AM
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Posted 01 August 2007 - 11:11 AM
2 hard boiled eggs (180 calories)
shredded wheat and 1 cup skim milk (186 calories)
Quaker Steel Cut Oats (150 cals) my fav bfast because it keeps me full till lunch
4 plain rice cakes - 140 cals, 4 tbsp sugar free raspberry jam - 60 cals
the possibilities are endless......
Posted 01 August 2007 - 02:09 PM
1 dannon vanilla carb control yogurt (60 calories; 5g protein) with about 1 cup of berries (either frozen or fresh) usually strawberries and blueberries which I cut up and pre-bag on Sundays for the whole work week.
On weekends I make a bigger breakfast sometimes:
1/2 cup oat bran nuked with cinnamon, splenda, frozen blueberries and vanilla whey protein powder added. About 250 calories.
Posted 01 August 2007 - 02:25 PM
I'll usually eat one of those around 9 with my coffee.
Otherwise Special K bars are another fave but not that filling. Pair it with a banana or yogurt.
Around 11am I'll drink a small can of V8 to tie me over until around 1pm when I have lunch.
Breakfast at home is Egg Beater's (southwest) in a whole wheat tortilla with hot sauce or salsa.
Posted 01 August 2007 - 02:32 PM
during the school year i switch off between plain cereal (special k, cheerios, fiber 1, etc.) and a grilled cheese sandwich....here's how i make the GC:
2 slices lite bread (WW is 1pt for 2 slices, but so is wonderbread)
1oz lite fresh cheese (most lites are swiss, which i don't like so i get american)
make sandwich. put in toaster oven. turn toaster oven on. when browning, flip GC over. when both sides done, turn off toaster oven and enjoy.
having fresh cheese makes all the difference; the prepackaged stuff tastes prepackaged, esp. when cooking it. however, the land o lakes 2 pt snack cheese is also good on it if you cut it into tiny pieces.
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