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What do you eat for breakfast? SAFE Breakfast Ideas?

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Posted 14 January 2017 - 06:02 AM

I usually have 100g of natural unsweetened yogurt (40) with a tablespoon of oats (38) mixed in, and a cup of berry green tea, so 80 all up. Hope this helps!

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Posted 14 January 2017 - 10:26 PM

i also need to be alert for classes, so my go-to options are:
- quaker instant oats with 1/2 chopped small banana and cinnamon on top (~150, or you can ditch the banana half and have it for 100)
- 1/2 c raisin bran with 1/2 c almond milk (i think like... 120-130? i haven't had it for a long time but it's so good)
- iogo 0% strawberry yogurt cup if i want something lighter (35)
- if i know i won't be having lunch i sometimes have a microwaved quest bar (200) or a larabar (200) depending on which i have on hand

and no matter what i have i pair it with a cup of black instant coffee (10)


Take to oats packet mix it with Greek yogurt cup a serving of fruit/berries and a tbs of chia seeds you will be full ALL day!


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Posted 14 January 2017 - 10:38 PM

Take to oats packet mix it with Greek yogurt cup a serving of fruit/berries and a tbs of chia seeds you will be full ALL day!


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that sounds so good! i'll try :-)
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Posted 15 January 2017 - 05:13 PM

a cracker with some tomato/brown sauce(measured so i don't go overboard).

it comes to around 45-55 calories and super filling!

(with some tea ofc!)


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Posted 15 January 2017 - 09:38 PM

Oatmeal w scoop of chocolate protein powder and berries <3 around 200 if you use 1/2c oats.


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Posted 15 January 2017 - 09:45 PM

Zucchini Oats <3


Oh god I never heard about zucchini oats, I need to try!
Hum I read the thread, I m feeling like a monster with my 3 whole wheat bread slices(with raw jam,soy butter or nothing), it's between 200-255kcal.
Actually it is the only meal in my day, I guess I'm a fucking hobbit "breakfastclub" person.
And if you need to be concentrate in your class, breakfast is the key. I always have this kind of bf (whole wheat bread or oatmeal) and I always loose.
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Posted 16 January 2017 - 12:43 AM

Do you like PB? Because I recently bought PB2 and it's changed my life lol. You can put it on fruits like Apple or banana and two tablespoons adds just 45 cal. You can put it in smoothies. Speaking of, smoothies are good with unsweetened almond milk and just a bit of fruit and ice or frozen fruit. Rice cakes. String cheese. Oatmeal with cinnamon.

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Posted 16 January 2017 - 05:37 PM

I use zero carb protein powder to make a lot of my meals. Isopure is my favorite brand - tasty and has lots of flavors.

 

For breakfast, most days I make a smoothie with frozen fruit (30cal for 1/2 cup), coconut milk (45cal/cup), and half a scoop of the Creamy Vanilla Isopure (105cal/scoop). ~130cal for a huge smoothie

 

Plain Greek Yogurt mixed with Isopure - you can make it with pretty much any flavor, and tastes kindof like a less frozen ice cream or custard. A bit higher calorie (~170cal for 1 cup yogurt and 1/2 scoop protein powder) but VERY filling.

 

There are also tons of pancake and waffle recipes using protein powder instead of flour.

 

Egg white cups/muffins are also great. I bake egg whites with spinach and some shredded plain chicken and put a little parmesan on top.


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Posted 17 January 2017 - 08:25 PM

Which should I have: Apples & Cinnamon Instant Oatmeal from Great Value or an Oats n Honey Granola Bar from Nature Valley? I'm torn... they are similar nutrient-wise, but the granola bar has more calories. I like the crunch of the granola bar and how portable it is, and it's been a while since I've had oatmeal so it's also out of my comfort zone.
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Posted 17 January 2017 - 08:31 PM

Which should I have: Apples & Cinnamon Instant Oatmeal from Great Value or an Oats n Honey Granola Bar from Nature Valley? I'm torn... they are similar nutrient-wise, but the granola bar has more calories. I like the crunch of the granola bar and how portable it is, and it's been a while since I've had oatmeal so it's also out of my comfort zone.

Forget it, I think I'm just going to give the oatmeal a try.
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Posted Yesterday, 07:07 AM

It isn't SUPER low cal but it is good to really fill you up and keep you focused at university.

 

150g plain Skyr Yogurt (the very thick, strained kind that is low in fat. My favourite is Arla brand) - 98-108 Kcal. 

ONE scoop phd vanilla cream protein powder - 90 Kcal

Fruit of choice. (Although it's kind of high, I find a banana will give me a lot more energy because of the carb content) I also like berries. 50 - 150 Kcal

Cinnamon

 

This is great because it's filling and sweet without tonnes of sugar, especially without the fruit or a lower sugar fruit. Phd is just my fav protein brand but others will do (vanilla flavour). 

 

All in all, it is a lot higher than many of the suggestions here, and I have to agree, egg whites are so versatile. However, 300 Kcal really isn't that much for breakfast (for me) but it's enough to stay satiated and keep you alert. I also find this curbs afternoon sugar cravings and makes me less hungry in general all day.

 

Another bonus is that it actually tastes like real food instead of the low cal bars and things that you get in packets. 

 

Hope you give it a go and like it as much as I do. 





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