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Discussion in 'Newly Diagnosed' started by Starfish18, Jan 30, 2019.
I really don't have a lot of time in the morning so I need something I can just grab...
Hard boiled eggs prepared the night before.
Scrambled Egg on top of spinach takes 5 mins to do. Cook a couple of boiled Eggs the night before. Make up full-fat Yogurt with some berries and nuts.
Slices of cold meat and cheese
home made very low carb meusli
or bought low carb muesli
slices of home made frittata
yoghurt and berries
leftovers from night before
coffee and cream (this can be a meal in itself, esp bulletproof coffee (recipe on Google)
sausages cooked the day before and reheated
or just skip breakfast - that idea that you MUST eat something as the most important meal of the day or else the sky will fall on your head is just a myth
Coffee with a shot of 36% cream
Coffee with a lump of butter and/or coconut oil and/or heavy cream
boiled eggs (from previous evening), dash of salt, done
Full fat greek yoghurt with nuts and maybe some berries
Little bag of nuts
Make a thin omelet the night before, let cool, use it as a wrap in the a.m. for cold cuts, salad, whatever
Yoghurt - I love the Onken Natural Set
As others said - eggs - in any way really
I make a 6 egg frittata with mushrooms, spring onion bacon or chorizo and a sprinkle of cheese - cut it into 6 lasts 3 days in the fridge - can be eaten cold orvzapped in the microwave- just grab and go - I also have leftovers from dinner or I LOVE above ground cooked cold veggies with a drizzle of olive oil - my favourite are brussel sprouts or green beans
Thank you everyone. Some great ideas there Plenty for me to think about
It does not take long to cook bacon and eggs, or a omelette up.
Keep going with low carb - before long you’ll be happy without food all morning
In the meantime
- chopped avocado or
- handful of nuts or
- hard boiled egg or
- sliced cold chicken
How about a lunch wrap made the night before? No rule saying you can’t have a sandwich for bfast! Roll up tight, don’t cut, and it’s right in your hand for the whole commute?
I make a batch of these https://www.dietdoctor.com/recipes/keto-egg-muffins and take them to work, if travelling etc. I've even taken them on a walk (when it was cool - I'm not sure how they'd cope with the temps we had in the summer!). You can add all sorts of things to them and they last well in the fridge.
They look yummy thank you
Just made me think.
I start the day with coffee, butter and cream which is a meal in itself.
However there is another thread about home made chocolate truffles which are big, yummy, and 3.9 grams of carbs each. Loads of fat and even a little protein. I am now thinking of them as especially attractive fat bombs.
The rule breaker's breakfast could therefore be a variant on bullet proof coffee and a couple of home made chocolate truffles. Fat loading, very filling, and not really any bad stuff.
Who needs breakfast cereals, anyway?
Love this idea