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    Default What's for Breakfast - Chapter 1

    Tell us what's on the menu for breakfast this morning!

    Here's some items to consider:
    Where's it at: Home? Eating out?
    Did you prepare it? If so, want to share a special recipe?
    How did it taste? Give a rating!
    If dining out, how's the quality of food, value and service?
    Got a picture of the food? Share!
    Got food to share? Share!

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    Default Quaker Instant Oats

    Quaker instant Oatmeal. Maple and Brown Sugar. From where else? "Cosco's". As usual, always satisfies. Good fo' da' heart too.

    "Ohio" go zaimasu everyone!

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    Default Re: What's for Breakfast - Chapter 1

    Bottle of Mountain Dew.

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    Default Here's the skinny...

    Can of that new Hawaiian Sun LITE juice. Guava Nectar flavor. Thought it was gonna' taste "watery", but it's not... good stuff! 100% vitamin C and 50% less calories, carbs and sugar. Lavagal will like that.

    Also an apple.

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    Default Gotta' Have My Wheaties

    *As Pomai talks to self*

    Funny how this breakfast thread is dead. (hey that rhymes!)

    They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day in order to fuel up. Skipping this meal can also lead to a slower metabolism, and in some cases even lead to obesity and/or diabetes.

    Hope everyone at least considers eating a bowl of cereal or a fruit every morning. It'll make doc happy!

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    Orange juice - bowl of Cap'n Crunch with Crunch Berries.

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    Default Re: What's for Breakfast - Chapter 1

    A package of Twik and a bottle of Mountain Dew.

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    Breakfast is the most important meal of the day! Today I had a slice of sharp cheddar cheese on whole grain bread and half an apple washed down with lots of coffee.

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    Default Re: What's for Breakfast - Chapter 1

    Bacon, egg, cheese McDonald's McGriddle and orange juice. Mmmm sweet and savory. I love these McGriddle things. I seem to choose it over anything else when it comes to fast food breakfast options now.

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    Default Re: What's for Breakfast - Chapter 1

    Quote Originally Posted by helen
    A package of Twik and a bottle of Mountain Dew.
    Whoa, sugar rush!

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    Default Please shut the Goji Door on your way out

    So is a TWIK the singular description of the two cookie bars you get in a TWIX?

    If so, that means Helen only ate one of the two bars, therefore she actually only got half the sugar, calories and carbs as a TWIX. Great idea! Lavagal'd love that.

    Looks like it's gonna' be another Sunny-Day-Saturday in Hawaii nei. Will start with shot o GF's Goji Juice, couple o' hard boiled eggs, some carrot sticks n' a glass o' milk.

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    Default Re: What's for Breakfast - Chapter 1

    Manapua, spring rolls, mini-granola bars and Mountain Dew.

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    Default Re: What's for Breakfast - Chapter 1

    Fresh sliced puree Mango (yup, we still get!), left-over seasoned deli fries from last night and can of the new Hawaiian Sun Lite Passion Guava juice.

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    Default Re: What's for Breakfast - Chapter 1

    Eggos Original, Butter and Maple syrup.

    I tried Hawaiian Natural Tea (passionfruit orange)

    simple but delicious!

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    Default Re: What's for Breakfast - Chapter 1

    Bacon and coffee.

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    Bowl of yogurt burst Cheerios, OJ and my daily cup of Kona coffee!
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    Bowl of Cream Of Wheat, a pear and my daily cup of Kona coffee.
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    Default Re: What's for Breakfast - Chapter 1

    I'm ashamed to say I lack in the breakfast dept. I get the girls breakfast and by the time I steer hurricanes Kid 1 and Kid 2 out the door, into the van, and to their respective schools, I've usually managed to forget me. But sometimes I don't. Like last Friday I had a tuna salad sandwich on toast. It was terrific. Saturday on the way to dance class, I treated the girls to spam McGriddles and I had the pair of breakfast burritos.
    Daily I drop into Starbucks for my venti-nonfat-peppermint-mocha-with-whipped and ussually pair it with a granola bar from a package bought at Costco. Why? Because I buy something "healthy" for the kids and they turn up their noses. Someone has to eat it!
    Both kids love cinnamon toast. Kid one likes scrambled eggs. Both love Eggos as long as I draw pretty pictures on top with whipped cream.

    If I'm good or have time, I like vanilla nonfat yogurt mixed with a chopped up granola bar, or better yet, wirh home made vanilla granola mixed with dried cranberries. I also like those pink grapefruit sections from Costco. Another favorite is a piece of the LaBrea bread. It has to be a day or two old with cold butter on top, French, Ciabata, or rosemary olive (in that order).

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    Default Re: What's for Breakfast - Chapter 1

    Brown sugar & cinnamon Pop Tarts. Hey, it's quick, with a good dose of sugar.

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    Default Re: What's for Breakfast - Chapter 1

    Scrambled Eggs, toast and cup of apple juice.

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    Default Re: What's for Breakfast - Chapter 1

    Quote Originally Posted by lavagal
    I'm ashamed to say I lack in the breakfast dept. I get the girls breakfast and by the time I steer hurricanes Kid 1 and Kid 2 out the door, into the van, and to their respective schools, I've usually managed to forget me.

    Lavagal, surely you don't give those two hurricanes a breakfast laden with sugar in it right? If so, that's probably half the reason they turn into hurricanes!

    If you're on the go, try out Helen's TWIK, half of a TWIX. Only half the calories, sugar and carbs as a whole bar. Maybe chase it with a Diet Coke.

    Today's Ouaker Instant Oatmeal Maple & Brown Sugar. Easy, just add hot water. Perfect for the desk. Hot Lipton Tea (caffeinated).

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    Default Re: What's for Breakfast - Chapter 1

    My mistake in typing Twik instead of Twix and I did eat both bars on Friday morning.

    Today, Quaker Oats Chewy Granola Bars and a bottle of Mountain Dew.
    Last edited by helen; October 17th, 2005 at 08:44 AM.

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    Default Re: What's for Breakfast - Chapter 1

    I don't usually eat breakfast. Maybe once or twice a month, I'll stop in McD's and have the hotcakes (no sausage) and a pint of milk. But usually, I just wait and have an early lunch.

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    Default Re: What's for Breakfast - Chapter 1

    Two thick slices toasted French bread, 1 fried chicken wing and coffee.

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    I tried the Loco Moco at Diner's and it is definitely worth the price.

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