What's for breakfast?
This is a cool thread idea on another site I frequent.
Today I had a bowl of oatmeal with cinnamon and wheat germ on it and three hard-boiled eggs. And some black coffee to wash it down.
So, what is for breakfast?
I pretty much alternate between five:
- oatmeal with a little bit of brown sugar and skim milk on top, some fruit on the side*
- two pieces of toast, one with jam, the other with some margarine and cheese, fruit on the side
- instant oatmeal with a banana mixed in, topped with fruit, berries and nuts
- cereal of some sort, topped with fruit
- two pieces of toast with poached eggs on top, sprinkled with paprika, sometimes with a bit of cheese*
*usually only on weekends due to the time involved.
I usually have 'black' coffee (I put in a sprinkle of milk to make it a slightly lighter shade of black) or orange juice, and always a couple glasses of water. Since I am getting up at 5am for my commute now, I usually hold off on the coffee until I get to work just to make getting ready quicker.
a breakfast bagel I put a fried egg, some crispy bacon and some good sharp cheddar on a toasted everything bagel.
Otherwise usually some tea or coffee (instant if REALLY pressed for time) and a toasted bagel with butter.
Nutella on bread with OJ or Choco milk
I had this really awesome multigrain hot cereal today. I found it in my garage last night, it looked like oatmeal but was crunchier/nuttier and a bit leaner. ****ing delicious with some wheat germ and cinnamon. Add some cottage cheese and cinnamon on the side and that's breakfast.
OJ with an egg. Good to go.
Tomorrow morning I'm doing a vegetarian omelet. I was going to do four or five eggs with diced onions, sweet peppers, jalepeno peppers, mushrooms, spinach and rapini. Anything else I should add? I'm not a cheese guy. I was going to put the jalepenos, onions and shrooms in the eggs while they cooked and use the rest as filler. Seems like it's lacking something though.
Small scoop of low fat vanilla ice cream
1 whole navel orange
1 whole Frozen navel orange
1/2 cup coconut milk
Blend till creamy
1 full egg 2 eggwhites, either scrambled or hard boiled
fruit (apple, grapes, or 1/2 banana)
1 slice whole wheat toast
1 cup cranberry juice (unsweetened approx 30 calories per cup)
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