RE: Question on Breakfast suggestion
Posted Saturday, January 1, 2011 at 12:02 PM
Fiber One has a cinnamon O cereal that is >5 grams fiber and fairly low in carbs (less than many other cereals). That's the "breakfast treat" option (I use plain unsweetened almond milk with it). I also eat oatmeal for breakfast regularly (a little cinnamon, raisins, drizzle of almond milk - okay I'm weird, I cook my oatmeal thick then add plant milk to thin it back again LOL).
My son likes breakfast rice pudding type things - or sometimes he'll just mix cream cheese with cold rice and eat that (he's 12 and a veg-loving omnivore).
I had a roomie that loved millet for breakfast. I haven't had that in a while - it was usually too heavy for me (heavier than oatmeal and that's saying something!)
I tend to prefer no-thinking minimal prep breakfasts because I'm not awake first thing. So, I just do the same thing most days (weekends are different because I don't have to go to work!) Hubby often makes buckwheat pancakes for weekend mornings - leftover pancakes make great "bread" for a breakfast sandwich on another day - spread jam or other favorite spread between two cold pancakes and you've got a quick to go meal or snack.