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    Default Transportable breakfast ideas

    I'm looking for ideas/suggestions of what I can either make or buy for DF to have for breakfast in the morning, now that he is working from 5am onwards.
    Must be something he can heat or prepare at work. Porridge is ruled out.

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    Up and go or other type of protein shake drink

    Ham and cheese crossaints

    Toast

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    I make my husband breakfast muffins. Theres ones with ham and cheese, or ones with fruit and muesli in them. I have a muffin recipe book which has loads but if you Google breakfast muffin recipes I bet you'd get millions.

    Muffins also freeze well so you can make a batch which will last all week.

    My husband also like homemade fruit salad, and you can find some great muesli bar recipes online too.

    Homemade granola is lovely too.

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    What about buying some of those sistema containers that have the divider to keep milk and cereal seperate until you are ready to eat?

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    You have a thermo? There's a recipe for overnight granola on the forum and it's soooo good. With some yoghurt and fruit it's delicious.

    Or bircher muesli?

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    Make some fritatta or breakfast muffins for him to take?

    What about yoghurt cups with like, yoghurt, muesli and fruit (just homemade things).

    Some mashed up boiled eggs, slices of ham, and a crusty roll?

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    He won't eat musli, cereal, yogurt or fruit which makes it hard.

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    I've got a recipe for muffiny type things. Slice of bread into the muffin tin, chopped bacon then crack an egg over it & bake. Apparently they reheat well, though I've never made them.

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    Oh I would have suggested porridge! I love the stuff, especially in winter! I do love all breakfast recipes though...

    What about homemade baked beans? You could make a big batch and it'd last a few days. Easy to heat up and so yummy/hearty with some nice bread. I can give you a recipe if you like?

    I also have a good recipe for corn fritters which I love for brekky and they heat up pretty well a day or 2 after first making them.

    Breakfast muffins have already been suggested and that's a great option too. I sometimes put butter or cream cheese on them too especially on the second or third day when they might be getting a bit dry. They usually moisten up well on heating though.


 

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