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Old 09-08-2011, 04:08 PM   #76  
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40gm Scotts porridge oats
100ml semi-skimmed milk
= 177 cal.

Coffee, milk + sugar = 34 cal.

That's it.
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Old 09-27-2011, 01:18 PM   #77  
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1. Omelettes (scrambled eggs) - I usually use 4-5 large eggs and eat half for breakfast and half for lunch. I toss in diced veggies (red peppers and spring onions are a favourite), sometimes a small chicken or turkey breast or some lean ham. A serving is usually around 250 calories.

2. Cottage cheese with lean ham, diced red peppers or diced radishes, herbs and spices - around 250-300 calories.

3. Skyr with nuts - skyr is an Icelandic dairy product high in protein and very low in fat. Ideally use the non-flavoured version and add your own low-calorie flavouring and sweetening. Careful with the nuts, as they are high in calories (but oh so delicious).

4. Chicken or turkey sausage/pan-fried chicken or turkey breast with a slice of whole grain bread.

5. If you're in a hurry, a home-made protein bar (protein powder, peanut butter, oatmeal, cocoa powder and your sweetener of choice, all mixed together, shaped into bars and refrigerated). The recipe that I use has about 250 calories per bar.
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Old 09-28-2011, 07:29 AM   #78  
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I've been having this the past few mornings and it has completely taken care of my hunger throughout the day.

1 cup of Dannon Plain Nonfat (90 calories) - kinda bleagh by itself
1 cup of frozen fruit (70 calories) - I use blueberries because they are pretty sweet
1 cup of Kashi GoLean (140 calories) - Gives it a great crunch

= 316 calories

I layer it in a bowl and put it in the refrigerator. Delicious! Keeps me full from 6:30-10:30 and I haven't really had the hunger pains that I have had in the past.
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Old 09-28-2011, 07:57 AM   #79  
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I have 2 bran muffins with nuts and sultanas, there are lots of recipes online and both of these are 380 calories together, they keep me full for a few hours and are yummy!
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Old 09-29-2011, 01:00 PM   #80  
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My favorite breakfast is kind of like a mock banana split :P Also very good for desert when you get those sweet cravings.
6oz greek vanilla yogurt (Make sure you get the kind without a lot of sugar)
1/2 sliced banana
1/2c chopped pineapple
1oz chopped walnuts

Mix it all together in a bowl and put a tiny drizzle (Like about 1tsp) of honey over the top.
Altogether, it's about 340 calories, and it is soooo good.
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Old 09-29-2011, 01:04 PM   #81  
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I just ate 2 slices of turkey bacon - 35cal each, 1/4 cup of egg beaters made scrambled.. nothing added - 50cals and half a can of tinned plum tomatoes - 35cals. 120cals and I am full!
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Old 10-02-2011, 08:09 PM   #82  
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What a great idea for a sticky!

How about this:

Sautee 1/4 cup onions and 1/3 cup green bell pepper until soft (about 25 cals)
Add 2 whipped eggs and scramble (140 cals)
After 30 seconds, add 15 slices turkey pepperoni (80 cals)
Finish by melting 1 light laughing cow wedge into the mix (30 cals)

Have with one slice of whole wheat bread and buttery spread (120 cals)

Total: 395 cals
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Old 11-28-2011, 08:01 PM   #83  
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I had a great one today!
I filled a 100 calorie Flat Outs! flatbread with:
Three scrambled egg whites- 50 calories
1/4 c. ff refried beans- 50 cal
1/4 c. salsa- 20 cal
2 TBSP shredded mozzarella-40 cal
1 slice center-cut bacon- 25 cal

Just under 300 cal and very filling!
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Old 12-01-2011, 12:36 PM   #84  
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I make myself an oatmeal pancake every morning. And I love it!
Lightly beat one egg with a fork.
Stir in 1/4 cup instant plain oatmeal (I use Quaker)
Stir in 1 tsp sugar, pinch of salt, dash of cinnamon, dash of vanilla extract.
Pour into a skillet sprayed with Pam, and spread evenly. Cook until bubble pops on top, and flip.
About 165 calories.
Add glass of OJ and 1/2 cup fat free Greek yogurt with 1 tsp honey.
356 calories.

Or make 2 pancakes for 330 calories.
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Old 12-20-2011, 02:47 PM   #85  
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some things i like to eat for breakfast:

2 whole grain toaster waffles - 170
2 tbsp peanut butter - 190
5 strawberries - 30

1 cup cheerios - 100
1 cup skim milk - 90
1 tsp (or so) cinnamon sprinkled on top- 0

1 cup kashi 7 whole grain cereal - 70
1 cup skim milk - 90
1 banana sliced on top - 120

1 large egg, fried with one half tbsp of margarine on nonstick pan - 125
1-2 slices deli ham - 10-30
1 piece of toast - 75-100

1/2 cup instant oats - 140
1/2 cup unsweetened apple sauce - 50 (mix the apple sauce with dry oats and half cup water, microwave for 2 min, then add cinnamon)

1/2 cup pancake mix & water - 200
1 tbsp chocolate chips - 70
2 large strawberries - 12
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Old 01-04-2012, 01:03 PM   #86  
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This is divine, very healthy, amazingly filling and only 160cal!

Cooking apple
Porridge oats

(calorie count includes three teaspoons of sugar also that i add before I eat it)

First stew the fruit.

I mix one medium sized cooking apple to about 200g of blueberries but any fruit can be used. I add just about half a cup of water to the sliced, peeled cooking apple and simmer in a saucepan until the apple starts to break up. (About 10 minutes) Then add three desertspoons of honey (optional) and three teaspoons of cinnamon. Stir in. Then add the blueberries (frozen is fine) and simmer for another 5 minutes.

This makes enough for about four breakfast bowls. I keep it in the fridge.

For the porridge I add a half a cup of porridge oats to one cup of water. I simmer this in a saucepan until it thickens. I then add 6 desertspoons of the stewed fruit and mix. After 1 minute I take it off the heat and add it to a bowl to eat. I usually add three teaspoons of sugar to it then but that's optional of course.

I ate this first because it would be low calorie and healthy. I kept eating it because it was delicious! And filling! And very fast! Enjoy...
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Old 01-07-2012, 01:30 PM   #87  
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My favorite breakfast:

2 eggs, whites only
1 egg with yolk for flavor
1 small tomato chopped up
2 jimmy dean fully cooked turkey sausage links chopped up
2 fresh basil leaves
salt/pepper to taste
1oz low-fat cheddar
1 100cal english muffin (Thomas' "Triple Health")

I saute the tomatoes and sausage, add the basil for a few seconds, then the eggs for a scramble. Top with the s/p and cheddar and serve over the english muffin. Comes out to 340 calories according to FitDay! I usually have some fresh fruit with it as well.

I make this for my fiance and I, and he raves over it - he has NO clue its healthy! He says to me "I thought you were on a diet."
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Old 01-11-2012, 10:32 AM   #88  
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Super Low calorie and super delicious:

Canola cooking spray (no calories!)
4 egg whites-68 calories
1/4-1/2 cup chopped broccoli (bulks it up nicely!)-8-16 calories
6 sliced cherry tomatoes-18 calories
Small amount of monterey jack cheese-50 calories
salt, pepper, paprika, and garlic powder

Sautee all ingredients in skillet until cooked
All together about 150 calories, filling, and delicious!!!
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Old 03-28-2012, 11:10 PM   #89  
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Oh man. There are some great breakfast ideas here!

The breakfast I'm stuck on lately is simple. I had never eaten an egg over easy until 2 months ago and now I can't get enough of them.

2 medium eggs over easy - 140
1/3 tbsp butter - 33
1 1/2 slices multigrain bread - 160
1 tbsp light whipped cream cheese - 30
1/2 tbsp homemade peach preserves - 25
Total: 388 calories

Half the bread gets cream cheese and preserves. The other half I use to sop up the runny, yummy yolks. It makes me stupidly happy.
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Old 04-05-2012, 04:42 PM   #90  
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2 jimmy dean turkey sausage patties (120cals)
1/2 cupp egg whites (30 cals)
1/4 cup of fresh spinach leaves (4 cals)
1/8 cup of FETA (70cal) <---i ran out of lighter version so had to use

Total = 224 and then im full until lunch time..
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