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Old 02-11-2013, 06:27 PM   #1
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Can't Do Eggs In The Morning, Need Eggless Breakfast Ideas, Please

I can NOT eat eggs in the morning because when I do I'm hungry all day long afterward (have proved it to myself a zillion times and every time it's the same results) so..............

I would LOVE breakfast recipes that do NOT include eggs. I went to the sticky called breakfast ideas instead of bacon and eggs and LOTS of the recipes in there contain eggs! Don't understand but.............

Any recipes WITHOUT eggs are greatly appreciated!
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Old 02-11-2013, 06:39 PM   #2
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How does Cereal sound?

http://www.lowcarbfriends.com/bbs/lo...ch-cereal.html

This recipe does contain an egg, but the bulk of the recipe is almonds and coconut and flax. I fell in love with this stuff. The flavor possibilities are many, like maple, banana, strawberry.
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Old 02-11-2013, 07:32 PM   #3
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I love smoothies in the morning. A half can of coconut milk, some nut butter, a half cup or more of almond milk. sometimes a handful of frozen blueberries or raspberries, vanilla protein powder and a little liquid stevia. YUM!
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Old 02-11-2013, 07:42 PM   #4
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What about a little savory cheesecake? Cream cheese, spinach, ham or bacon, something like that?
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Old 02-11-2013, 07:50 PM   #5
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How about sausage cream gravy on LC toast? A southern classic!
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Old 02-11-2013, 11:04 PM   #6
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How about

Thinly sliced ham, layer of cream cheese and roll.
Low carb buns toasted with almond butter
Toasted grilled cheese sandwiches
Peanut butter cookies
Grilled sausages of all kinds
Char's morning chocolate shake (very decadent)
My onion/rye deli bread with anything you like
on it.
Protein/strawberry shakes.

Hope that these ideas of ours helps you a bit.
My Jay eats smoked salmon, cream cheese on a
LC 'bagel' or bun or my deli bread. He uses lemon
squeeze, black pepper and fine red onion. Smacks
his lips every day and never even looks at my bacon
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I like yoghurt and cottage cheese. Or cottage cheese with HWC. Or perhaps berries with cream?
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Old 02-12-2013, 05:19 AM   #8
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last night's leftovers (if any)

I do not believe in breakfast food as opposed to lunch food or dinner food. Anything zero to low carb is perfect fodder.For example, I have eaten chinese food for breakfast (sometimes cold right out of the container). You are limited only by your imagination, and your appetite. Love & Profits: FLATFERENGHI
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I do not believe in breakfast food as opposed to lunch food or dinner food. Anything zero to low carb is perfect fodder.For example, I have eaten chinese food for breakfast (sometimes cold right out of the container). You are limited only by your imagination, and your appetite. Love & Profits: FLATFERENGHI
Ditto. I've eaten that way most of my life, since way before low carb. I eat eggs for supper way more often than I ever have them in the morning.

As far as eggs not keeping you full, how many were you eating? I find that I need to eat about four of them cooked in at least a tablespoon or two of butter to fill me up. Two eggs are hardly worth the bother.
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Old 02-12-2013, 06:12 AM   #10
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I like Ezekiel toast w/butter & sf jam.

(I'm possibly speaking out of turn here, but I was just visiting Vanessa's blog and she has a lovely option posted this morning.)
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I usually choose between one of these:

The one that keeps me the fullest is this one:

Protein Shake
1 scoop Jay Robb chocolate whey protein powder
1 tablespoon PB2
1 teaspoon glucomannan
1 1/2 cup chocolate almond breeze
2 tablespoons sweetener
lots of crushed ice - probably 1 1/2 tall glasses of ice

Mix in VitaMix - this makes three tall glasses of protein shake. I sometimes sub SF jello powder for the PB2 if I want a fruit flavor. And I usually save the third glass for sometime in the evening.





When I want something hot and comforting:

Barbo's Big Batch Cereal
1 c golden flax meal
1 c coconut flour
1 c toasted and chopped pecans
1 c whole milk powder
1 c sweetener (Barbo used a splenda quick pack)
1 c vanilla whey protein powder
1/2 tsp salt

Mix well and place in a container with a tight lid. Store in freezer or refrigerator.

To prepare cereal:
Place 1/2 cup (Barbo uses 1/3 cup) in a cereal bowl and pour hot water over it until you have the right consistency.





When I need to grab something and run:

I take a Quest bar - Peanut Butter Supreme - and cut it into 20 pieces, freeze them and store them in the freezer. They're kind of chewy, so it takes me at least 10-15 minutes to eat them, which is nice.




And I sometimes go for a muffin with cream cheese. Quizoid's Fantastic Flour Mix makes a very filling muffin (I use 1/2 cup of the mix with 1/2 cup of liquid) for very few calories and carbs. Then I top it with a tablespoon of cream cheese thinned out with DaVinci syrup. Again, it's almost too filling so I save what I can't eat for sometime in the evening.
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Old 02-12-2013, 01:21 PM   #12
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Ditto. I've eaten that way most of my life, since way before low carb. I eat eggs for supper way more often than I ever have them in the morning.

As far as eggs not keeping you full, how many were you eating? I find that I need to eat about four of them cooked in at least a tablespoon or two of butter to fill me up. Two eggs are hardly worth the bother.
I could eat 2 dozen and still be hungry an hour later, even with frying/cooking them in fat of any kind. This, like I have said, I have proven time and again. Believe me I have tried all the tricks.....eggs in the morning just make me hungry all day long, bottom line!
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Old 02-12-2013, 05:56 PM   #13
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I'm not really hungry first thing in the morning, but I force myself to eat a turkey pepperoni and cheese on my walk to work.

I frequently have rotisserie chicken for breakfast on the weekends if I don't feel like making lc pancakes.

Like other's have posted, I typically eat eggs and bacon for dinner rather than brekkie.
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Old 02-13-2013, 07:22 AM   #14
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I could eat 2 dozen and still be hungry an hour later, even with frying/cooking them in fat of any kind. This, like I have said, I have proven time and again. Believe me I have tried all the tricks.....eggs in the morning just make me hungry all day long, bottom line!
I know what you mean about eggs not being very filling. They're never as satisfying as a nice chunk of meat. Maybe that's why people eat them with sausages and bacon, etc.
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