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*8 Things To Love for Breakfast by Rachelle
November 1, 2008, 10:33 am
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1) open-face grilled cheese sandwhich with sliced bell peppers
2) oatmeal with a scoop of greek yogurt and almonds
3) cottage cheese with a spoonful of apricot jam and a sprinkle of ginger granola
4) hallah toast with marscapone cheese and honey
5) easy peasy tun melt (tuna on toast with a slice of cheese)
6) cottage cheese with a spoonful of flavored yogurt and sliced bananas
7) a mug of green tea and a plate of figs
8) whole wheat toast with nutella and sliced apples

What’s you favorite quick breakfast? Tell us in the comments below! Got time for a longer morning nosh? Find great recipes here.

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A couple of weeks ago this is what I ate for breakfast 4 days in a row.

Toast a piece of bread and set it on its edge to cool and get crunchy. Rub one side of the toast with the cut side of half a clove of peeled garlic. Sprinkle with a little salt and top with slices from 1/4 of an avocado. I love it!

I heard Nigella Lawson, on NPR last year, talking about simple things to eat for breakfast and this is the one that I tried and still remember.
Now I have to find a source for Challah so that I can try # 4!

Comment by Katy K

In no particular order

1) full English…thats bacon egg scrambled egg grilled tomato baked beans hash browns toast large large mug of builders tea (not to be eaten everyday obviously but a treat with family and friends)
2) french press coffee and croissant
3) wholemeal toast and chunky marmalade
4) marmite on toast
5) greek yoghurt with apricot conserve
6) thickcut farmhouse white bread toasted rubbed with garlic layered with brie tomato and ham sprinkled with olive oil and basil leaves

Comment by darrin

3 Christopher egg omelette, with tendercrisp steamed asparagus, fresh sauteed mushrooms, and mozzarella inside. Bliss plus Omega3 equals mega bliss. The asparagus must be tender enough to cut with fork, but still firm. Tastes so good it makes me sing ‘how great thou art’ with my mouth full.

Comment by Sensuous Wife

not so quick, but:
saute garlic in olive oil.
add spinach (don’t dry it after you wash it) to pan, cook until wilted.
add a scoop of cottage cheese, heat through.
add an egg, stir until done.
sprinkle with grated parmesan.

mushrooms would be a great addition.

This is the best thing I can think of. I make it for dinner when I don’t have to cook for anyone else (no one else in our house would touch this.)

Comment by betsy

but usually -kashi with nuts and a banana.

Comment by betsy




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