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    #16
    Things I've done and like:

    - bananas (super cheap, individually wrapped and ready to go, freeze well for smoothies if you peel first) w/ greek yogurt/peanut butter/maybe cereal
    - potato diced and made into hash browns with frozen broccoli added
    - smoothies are great
    - protein shakes (usually with a banana pre-workout to keep from overloading on food)
    - a bagel pan-toasted (ok fried) in some butter with eggs in the bagel's holes (can add syrup and pretend it's french toast without making extra dishes) for when I'm looking for lots of calories

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      #17
      Something that may help and works pretty well as a "bread" are cream cheese/neufchatel and eggs (aka oopsie breads, cloud breads, etc) It takes some work to do, but if you can tolerate either of those ingredients, that's basically all there is to them. One recipe is here. There are lots of print and video recipes.

      Obviously, there is some fat in this recipe, but if you use neufchatel cheese, it is distributes through the entire batch.

      You can vary the recipe and scale it up (i.e., I've used 10 eggs and 8 oz neufchatel cheese w/ protein powder, plus baking soda to make ~50 med - small breads. They keep well in the fridge for a week or so).

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        #18
        You could try making your American style pancakes with mashed banana, sweet potato, or pumpkin in place of the liquid. Just mix an egg with the mashed up banana or veg and cook in any oil you choose. I’m a big fan of hiding veggies from myself.

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          #19
          Can you eat/tollerate yogurt? This is a v nice breakfast either on its own or mixed w pb and banana into a smoothie thing.

          You can make banana pancakes, also, mashed bananas, some protein powder if you like or coconut flour if not, egg or just egg white to bind. These are devine w peanutbutter.

          Also, cheerios are nice non sugary cereal. And you can eat them like cereal or toast them in a pan w cinnamon and nutmeg and some cooking spray so they don't stick.

          Or fuck convention and eat dinner leftovers for brekkie.

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            #20
            Originally posted by riceek View Post
            Hello! I have recently started eating quinoa for breakfast with a little cinnamon and milk (or you can use a milk alternative). You could also try other warm spices like cardamom, nutmeg and ginger. It's better with the traditional quinoa vs. red quinoa (tried both). Good luck.
            I just bought some quinoa gonna try it out, thank you!

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              #21
              Originally posted by thinman View Post
              When I was vegan, I made tofu scramble, there's many variations on youtube, basically add nutritional yeast, turmeric, black pepper and a little soy, also a bit of chickpea flour.

              How about potato pancakes/fritters or variations of fritters.
              Thank you! I'll definately look up potatoe pancakes because I love potatoes and pancakes... their combination must be good

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                #22
                Originally posted by ambermae View Post
                You could try making your American style pancakes with mashed banana, sweet potato, or pumpkin in place of the liquid. Just mix an egg with the mashed up banana or veg and cook in any oil you choose. I’m a big fan of hiding veggies from myself.
                I tried those before, but sadly, I couldn't really stand the taste of it. Tried different combinations with it but I think it's not my thing But thank you for your reply

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                  #23
                  Originally posted by oneironaut View Post
                  Things I've done and like:

                  - bananas (super cheap, individually wrapped and ready to go, freeze well for smoothies if you peel first) w/ greek yogurt/peanut butter/maybe cereal
                  - potato diced and made into hash browns with frozen broccoli added
                  - smoothies are great
                  - protein shakes (usually with a banana pre-workout to keep from overloading on food)
                  - a bagel pan-toasted (ok fried) in some butter with eggs in the bagel's holes (can add syrup and pretend it's french toast without making extra dishes) for when I'm looking for lots of calories
                  Thank you very much for the ideas

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                    #24
                    Originally posted by Shikari View Post
                    Something that may help and works pretty well as a "bread" are cream cheese/neufchatel and eggs (aka oopsie breads, cloud breads, etc) It takes some work to do, but if you can tolerate either of those ingredients, that's basically all there is to them. One recipe is here. There are lots of print and video recipes.

                    Obviously, there is some fat in this recipe, but if you use neufchatel cheese, it is distributes through the entire batch.

                    You can vary the recipe and scale it up (i.e., I've used 10 eggs and 8 oz neufchatel cheese w/ protein powder, plus baking soda to make ~50 med - small breads. They keep well in the fridge for a week or so).

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                    This thread was worth it already because NEVER in my life have I heard of these but they look great and so simple! Thank you!!

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                      #25
                      Originally posted by 'rin View Post
                      Can you eat/tollerate yogurt? This is a v nice breakfast either on its own or mixed w pb and banana into a smoothie thing.

                      You can make banana pancakes, also, mashed bananas, some protein powder if you like or coconut flour if not, egg or just egg white to bind. These are devine w peanutbutter.

                      Also, cheerios are nice non sugary cereal. And you can eat them like cereal or toast them in a pan w cinnamon and nutmeg and some cooking spray so they don't stick.

                      Or fuck convention and eat dinner leftovers for brekkie.
                      Sounds good I haven't been tolerating lactose well these past few months (I'm mostly avoiding them, to be honest) but I see many many different lactose free options.
                      It's funny becuase I USED to eat cereal with yoghurt before but damn, I completely forgot about it. thank you so much for the reminder

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                        #26
                        I make an egg casserole I guess you'd call it. I put in a dozen eggs, onion, and any veggies I have on hand. I've put in sweet potatoes, broccoli, bell peppers, mushrooms, and even asparagus. Season with pepper, mix it all up, put it in a 9x13 pan and bake at 350 until the eggs are cooked through. Any vegetable can be used. You can try it in small amounts (put in a muffin pan or in the microwave) to see what veggies you can digest. I like my vegetables with a good sear on them, so I cook my veggies in a pan first. That's just my preference. This pan will last my husband and I about a week. You could also use an 8x8 and cut the recipe in half.

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