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    I dont like eggs and im getting tired of my morning protein and oats shake looking for some other ideas for breakfast.

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    Steak and eggs. Basically there aren't many high protein breakfast snacks out there. I thank god for my eggs every morning because the rest of the day is chicken or tuna. Some people might have a weird recipe, but pretty much all you can eat are eggs, other than that you are eating dinner for breakfast.
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    Go and buy some ezekiel raisen and cinnamon bread (80 cals a slice), some egg beater, sugar free syrup and cinnamon. 3 slices of bread and 3/4 cup egg beater to make french toast. Mix the 3/4cup of egg beater with splenda and cinnamon. Dip the bread until fully battered, and cook. Sprinkle some sugar free syrup Total mac breakdown:
    3 slices ezekiel: 240 cals, 12 g protien, 48 g carbs, 1.5 g fat
    3/4 cup beater: 90 cals, 18 g protien, 0 carbs, 0 fat
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    330 cals, 30 g protien, 48 carbs, 1.5 fat

    depending if your bulking or cutting, add a glass of milk or add peanutbutter on top of your french toast. Best meal ever!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by manny1519 View Post
    Go and buy some ezekiel raisen and cinnamon bread (80 cals a slice), some egg beater, sugar free syrup and cinnamon. 3 slices of bread and 3/4 cup egg beater to make french toast. Mix the 3/4cup of egg beater with splenda and cinnamon. Dip the bread until fully battered, and cook. Sprinkle some sugar free syrup Total mac breakdown:
    3 slices ezekiel: 240 cals, 12 g protien, 48 g carbs, 1.5 g fat
    3/4 cup beater: 90 cals, 18 g protien, 0 carbs, 0 fat
    =
    330 cals, 30 g protien, 48 carbs, 1.5 fat

    depending if your bulking or cutting, add a glass of milk or add peanutbutter on top of your french toast. Best meal ever!!
    Thanks for this recipe! It looks delicious, I'm going to try this out. I'm getting tired of the simple oatmeal breakfast.
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    no prob..and it is seriously delicious.
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    Sounds like a great recipe to me! Thanks for sharing man.
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    this is good stuff, im also sick of oats and wasting my whey in the mornings. any more whole food options out there, im interested.
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    Brown Rice and Eggs......
    1/2 cup brown rice
    3 large eggs
    1/4 cup of milk(optional for fluffy eggs)
    I LOVE THIS STUFF......
    I add salt and pepper to taste
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    Personally im not a fan of eggs at all but with ketchup there delicious just a though but other then that i find breakfast is the hardest meal for me to get adequately because nothing tastes as good in the morning to me for some reason whatever it may be. I usually end up grabbing a couple peices of whole wheat toast or bagel and throw some PB on it and grab a protein shake since if im not eating eggs which i normally do.
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    Do your version of an egg McMuffin. Your choice of an English muffin or bagel, eggs, Canadian bacon/ham, and cheese. You can add veggies or whatever your heart desires. Be creative staying within your goal range.


    You can even make it the night before and nuke it in the morning for a quick exit.
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    Turkey sausages?
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    Ask Rodja. I know for a fact he has some pretty epic breakfasts
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    Quote Originally Posted by NOwa View Post
    Brown Rice and Eggs......
    1/2 cup brown rice
    3 large eggs
    1/4 cup of milk(optional for fluffy eggs)
    I LOVE THIS STUFF......
    I add salt and pepper to taste
    I get down with the brown rice/eggs. Not a milk person though. Its a good quality lean meal for either weight gain/loss. Mines 8 egg whites, 1/2c bornw rice, 1/2 grapefruit, and some steamed kale.
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    Apple smoked Wild boar bacon, lean and delicious. Home made sausage made to your own custom ratios is awesome as well.
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    6 eggs and a pound of bacon! Seriously.
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    egg white french toast with no carb syrup FTW
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    Carbs for breakfast will give you enough stamina for the whole day. Eating a high carb breakfast is helpful to a diet in the long term.

    Loading up on protein and carbohydrates at breakfast may help obese patients with metabolic syndrome stick to a low-calorie, low-carbohydrate diet the rest of the day, researchers found.

    Such a breakfast was associated with five-fold greater weight loss than was achieved on a low-carb, low-calorie diet alone, reported Daniela Jakubowicz, M.D., of the Hospital de Clinicas in Caracas, Venezuela, at the Endocrine Society meeting here.

    Rice & wheat based foods are rich in carbohydrates. Bored of eating western foods, try some Indian or Asian foods for a change. Idly and dosa are common carb rich breakfast foods eaten widely across the globe.
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    Hello there,

    I like tomato smoothie as breakfast because tomatoes are a great ingredient for a healthy smoothie recipe because of their antioxidant properties. Men in particular should add tomatoes to their diet to help prevent prostate cancer. In this recipe, you just need to have tomatoes, tomato sauce, apple juice, carrots, celery, Tabasco, and ice.

    I hope you like tomato smoothie too. Taste once.

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    Subway Steak, Egg, and Cheese 6 inch with double steak!! It is quite delicious
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    Quote Originally Posted by booya123 View Post
    I dont like eggs and im getting tired of my morning protein and oats shake looking for some other ideas for breakfast.
    that'll make it hard...

    Cottage cheese with fruit, RUSH likey pineapple.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rush808 View Post
    that'll make it hard...

    Cottage cheese with fruit, RUSH likey pineapple.
    Yeah, 'cause you one local boy! The fruits on the mainland just isn't the same!

    Brah, just had my sister guys in town and they brought some food from back home! Nom nom nom
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    just make protein pancakes.
    or get the 100% whole grain pancake mix, make them and have some greek yogurt flavored with stevia on the side. Whey and oats is so narrow minded
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    Green Smoothies

    check out this cool blog site:@greensmoothierecipesforweightl oss.com
    copy and paste the URL
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    Wake up pound a shake...
    Cook hash browns and bacon and eggs and toast maybe a banana and boom!
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    Quote Originally Posted by AaronJP1 View Post
    Wake up pound a shake...
    Cook hash browns and bacon and eggs and toast maybe a banana and boom!
    Heart Attack at age 30 ^ lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by jaycuda
    Heart Attack at age 30 ^ lol
    Nah, our grandparents probably ate all that fried in butter and lived a damn longer than 30 lol.
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    Cook oatmeal with a cup of milk, add scoop or two of Muscle Milk (Cookies 'n Cream is my favorite!) few almonds and dried cranberries. Damn good breakfast! Takes about 4 minutes to make.
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    Every morning.

    1 packet of weight control oatmeal (i use 3/4C almond milk to cook the oats with)
    3 turkey sausage links (7g fat / 13g protein) (cut them up into pieces to put in the oats)
    1/4C walnuts

    mix all together in a bowl and chow down. Knocks me dead every morning
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    I suggest bread with peanut butter or toast, raisins and milk as a healthy breakfast
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    Quote Originally Posted by mattrag

    Nah, our grandparents probably ate all that fried in butter and lived a damn longer than 30 lol.
    Right....


    Lately I've had a shake with p butter and banana sandwich.
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    Any1 just poud a protein shake & just eat a big lunch?
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    peanut-butter with banana toast, then sprinkle some cinnamin on top. i've had it for the last 2 years and i still love it.
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    Leangains = don't eat until 1 or 2pm. Problem solved.
    "above all else, WILLINGNESS is the most effective at reaching your goals"
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    I used to add egg white to my oatmeal.

    Morning star makes some awesome high protein veggie patties. Add some power peanut butter to them. Yum.
    "above all else, WILLINGNESS is the most effective at reaching your goals"
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    "F a g e" 0% or 2% Greek yogurt is awesome. Mix with some fresh fruits of your choice. Super high protein. Slow digesting.

    For raw health mix with shredded raw beets, carrot, apple and add raisins.
    "above all else, WILLINGNESS is the most effective at reaching your goals"
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    nice share !!
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    sounds gud !!
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