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Old 09-25-2012, 09:43 AM   #1
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I keep rotating yogurt and hard boiled eggs every morning with a piece of toast for breakfast. Any other ideas on what to eat in the morning?
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I love cottage cheese with sliced strawberries and a pack of splenda
& this morning a sliced up a peach and a pack of splenda in my cottage cheese and it was good too
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Cassie143: I just bought from proteinshop.com wonderslim pankcakes, they come in a packet just like the powder drinks and they are great, one packet makes 3 nice size pancakes and i use walden's pancake syrup, i had it for breakfast this morning, i don't eat them but maybe once or twice a week just to break things up. here is the nutrition:
Calories: 120
total Fat: 0.5g
Satur Fat: 0
Sodium 260
Potassium 570
Carbs 19g
fiber 5g
surgar 2g
Protein 12g
calcium 25%
iron 2%
I also buy the orange and strawberry kiwi powdered drinks from them, love them.
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Cassie143: I just bought from proteinshop.com wonderslim pankcakes, they come in a packet just like the powder drinks and they are great, one packet makes 3 nice size pancakes and i use walden's pancake syrup, i had it for breakfast this morning, i don't eat them but maybe once or twice a week just to break things up. here is the nutrition:
Calories: 120
total Fat: 0.5g
Satur Fat: 0
Sodium 260
Potassium 570
Carbs 19g
fiber 5g
surgar 2g
Protein 12g
calcium 25%
iron 2%
I also buy the orange and strawberry kiwi powdered drinks from them, love them.
Oh I forgot that the waldens pancake syrup is all 0 on calories, sugars, carbs, etc. and very tastey
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Oh I forgot that the waldens pancake syrup is all 0 on calories, sugars, carbs, etc. and very tastey
the pancakes replace the 4oz protein so i can still have my fruit also
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Old 09-26-2012, 09:54 PM   #6
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I find I love eating frozen blueberries(unsweetened of course!) or strawberries in the morning, it's very refreshing...just take the amount you want out of the freezer and let it thaw a tiny bit or put on defrost in the microwave for a couple seconds. I eat this with cottage cheese or I put it in the yogurt with a couple packs of sweetener. My mom is on the program also and makes pancakes ahead of time, here is the recipe: 1/4 cup ground oatmeal, 1 egg, 2 or 3 Splendas, some cinnamon to taste if you want, and 2 oz cottage cheese, you could even put in maple extract or some extract like that if you wanted-put in blender until smooth and cook like pancakes. I eat them with Walden farms syrup but they are good even without the syrup. Also, you could eat an egg with cheese in a 45 cal tortilla. Hope this helps
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For a change I will make the cheesecake from the cookbook except I don't make a crust. That way I can still have my fruit. I don't like the texture of cottage cheese, but it's blended in the recipe so it doesn't bother me.
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This is kind of like french toast............beat 2 eggs in a bowl sprayed with pam. Add vanilla, cinnamon and nutmeg to taste. Tear up a slice of wheat bread and add to the egg mixture. Let the bread soak in the egg for a minute and then cook in the microwave for 2 minutes or until the egg is no longer runny. Top with Walden Farms pancake syrup. Very yummy!
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Really is the syrup good
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Really is the syrup good

I use it on my wonderslim pancakes and I think it tastes really good! You can always use a packet of splenda to sweeten it but i think it's fine as it is.
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Really is the syrup good
The pancake syrup is good - I order it by the case. It is the only Walden Farms product that I like. Cannot stand any of the other products I have tried.
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Another option would be a smoothie. It's easy to come up with some high protein and delectable concoctions with flavored or unflavored protein powder, frozen fruit, milk, yogurt or cottage cheese, etc.

My go to right now contains fat free milk, yogurt, natural peanut butter, a scoop of vanilla ice cream flavored whey protein, a frozen banana, and a few ice cubes. It's good!
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Another option would be a smoothie. It's easy to come up with some high protein and delectable concoctions with flavored or unflavored protein powder, frozen fruit, milk, yogurt or cottage cheese, etc.

My go to right now contains fat free milk, yogurt, natural peanut butter, a scoop of vanilla ice cream flavored whey protein, a frozen banana, and a few ice cubes. It's good!
Sounds great but i'm not allowed to have any type of milk and I didn't know you could have peanut butter or bananas?
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The pancake syrup is good - I order it by the case. It is the only Walden Farms product that I like. Cannot stand any of the other products I have tried.

Yes I love the syrup and i do like their ranch dressing.
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My morning is usually a slice of whole wheat Ezekiel bread with 1 tablespoon of peanut butter, half a banana sliced on top. I'm supposed to have an apple with it but I'm usually too stuffed after the bread-PB-banana combo. Plus Ezekiel bread has a lot more chew to it and fills you up more than average whole wheat bread.

Another morning rotation I do is slice of Ezekiel bread (gotta have it >.<) 2 egg-whites and 1 whole egg mixture, Mrs. Dash's tomato basil seasoning, 1/8 tsp of cumin and 1/8 teaspoon of chili powder. Then I spread 1/4 (1/2 if I feel a little adventurous lol) of a Hass avocado on the bread and top with my cooked eggs. Sounds weird but i was shocked how great it tasted. Granted, I don't really use salt. But if you are feeling risky, i'd say give it a try.
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