Fruit and fibre with a pint of milk (often from a Pyrex jug for the handle convenience). Sometimes add a big pot of the onken/yeo valley yogurts if they are on sale in tesco, and a possible third course of a couple of slices of toast and jam.
Had all three a few times this week after a morning swim and before a lunchtime run or ride.Posted 4 years agohoneybadgerxSubscriber
‘Indian’ poached eggs (an Ananana Annananann* recipe):
Fry off finely chopped half onion and half green pepper, add tin of chopped tomatoes, half teaspoon turmeric, half/full teaspoon cumin, pinch of cayenne pepper (adjust spices to what you like). Simmer for five mins or so then make four hollows with back of spoon and crack in eggs and simmer until cooked as you like. Serve on thick, toasted good quality bread. Hungry now.
*That lass that did some Saturday Kitchen stuff, not the ex-UN bloke.Posted 4 years ago_tom_Member
Half a bowl of bran flakes mixed with half a bowl of no added sugar muesli. With whatever fruit I have in the fridge. And probably too much milk. Either that or porridge with pumpkin seeds and dried fruit or a chopped up banana. That’s about all I have time for on a work day.
If I’m not at work or fancy something nice then scrambled egg on toast. Or crumpets with marmite and cheese 🙂 flax porridge is good for a low carb & high fat/protein breakfast.Posted 4 years agosamuriMember
Now I’m abig fan of bacon and egg on toast. That’s a breakfast that can keep you going till dinnertime.
But at work it’s not cheap. So I looked for alternatives.
Shreddies mixed in with dried cranberries, that did the job. Big bowl.
What’s your man sized breakfast?Posted 4 years agonick1962Member
Good muesli (no added sugar)
Lots of mueslis without added sugar still have lots of sugar 13% to 30%.More than crunchy nut cornflakes 😯 But better for you as it’s from fruit,so my wife tells me.Posted 4 years ago
Anyway for me
Toasted potato scones,poached egg and cherry tomatoes spiced up by an occasional piece of Italian herb ham
Two cups of strong proper coffee
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