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    Sometimes Crumpets with butter and jam. Sometimes a cheese/tomato/smoked beef/red onion toasted sandwich. Occasionally scones with jam and cream. And always a coffee but will have peppermint tea if got no milk.

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    Scrambled eggs, no toast.

    I'm on a low carb eating plan

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    Up n goes, porridge, yogurt or toast.

    I really hate breakfast so just having those is an achievement for me.

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    I don't always have breakfast but when i do it's usually porridge with banana and/or cinnamon, Weetbix with LSA and banana, toast, or just a coffee.

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    My most common breakfast would be rye toast with vegemite & avocado, some fruit and a tea/coffee.

    Omelettes are pretty common at the moment though, since my 11 month old has the same breakfast as I do and we're out of avocado. Again though, with a piece of fruit & a hot drink.

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    Bacon sandwiches. Every morning. Is all I can keep down lol

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    Dairy free, wheat free, soy free fake coco pops and rice milk sweetened with a dash of coconut milk. BLERGH. But BF a dairy, soy and wheat sensitive baby.


    Totally in love with our two beautiful little girls.
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    Usually porridge with fruits or yogurt with apple or pear..that's around 7 am..then I have coffee at 8 and usually around 10 am I have big breakfast like red rice with 2 scrambled eggs and cup of tea..I like big breakfast..

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    Homemade yoghurt with honey, banana, muesli and cinammon

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    99% of the time I have porridge with banana. Most importantly is my cup of tea - one when I first get up and another after eating breaky.

    I find if I have porridge I can get through to lunch time with nothing much else to eat - apart from either a cup of tea if at home or my water bottle at work. If I have toast or weet bix then I'm starving by 10.30 and end up nibbling and picking till lunch time.

    Every now and then we'll have poached eggs on toast on the weekends, mmm yum!


 

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