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    Try cheese n tomato toasted sandwich and add bacon if you want.

    Crumpets with butter n jam or hobey

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    Avocado on toast with an egg. Yummo

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    Avocado with egg sounds so yummy!!!

    I don't eat cheese lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moxy View Post
    My "junk" breakfast is a homemade egg and bacon muffin. Whole meal English muffin, toasted with a slice of lean shortcut bacon, an egg and a slice of Kraft cheese (light, if you're really watching the calories). I only use a spray of olive oil in my awesome seasoned fry pan (hardly anything sticks). It feels like a junk food breakfast but it's not. The cheese is probably the worst thing given how processed it is, so you can leave it off.
    Egg and bacon rolls are awesome as well, again, with just a spray of oil in the pan.
    Eggs are good for you and lean bacon is quite low in calories if you stick to one slice of shortcut.

    I agree with the Bircher muesli recipe as well. So decadent and filling. And I had beans on toast this morning. Stick with a whole grain or whole meal bread and you'll feel fuller for longer as well.
    yeah I'd steer away from that and aim for something like sugar-free muesli.

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    - 2 x boiled eggs (easiest brekkie!)
    - Vegemite on toast
    - Smushed avocado on toast with squeeze of lemon & pepper (YUM!)
    - Fried eggs or scrambled eggs on toast (add anything - avocado, grilled tomatoes, cheese, spinach)
    - omelette with cheese & tomato & herbs
    - English muffins with anything (jam, Vegemite, cheese)
    - Muesli
    - Yoghurt & fruit & chia seeds

    *when I say toast, I mean whole grain bread, NOT white bread!

    This is pretty much what I eat for brekkie (minus the fried eggs, not my thing) and I change it everyday. That way brekkie doesn't get boring & over the course of a week - you know baby is getting what it needs at breakfast time in relation to calcium, grains, fruit & veg etc.

    Just remember that fruit is very acidic, I don't handle it well on an empty stomach so that may be why you threw up. It also won't fill you up for long.

    Best advice for avoiding junk is to be prepared for meal times, have what you need in the fridge. Also don't bring junk into the house & then you can't binge on it. But treat yourself when your out so that junk doesn't become an obsession.

    And try to make food choices on what baby needs, rather than what Mum wants 😉.

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    If you're wanting something which is like hot chips but not anywhere as bad, you could try oven baking some hash browns. Obviously not the best thing out there, but you would probably be better off transitioning gradually from the things you want to eat, to the things you "should" be eating.

    You've got plenty of good suggestions here already, so try out some of those and find what works for you. The best diet for anyone is one with full of variety! That includes grains, protein, dairy, plenty of fruits, vegies and good fats. If you have something naughty every now and then don't beat yourself about it, just try to limit those foods and look at them as an indulgence, not part of a regular eating plan.

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    Thanks that sounds good

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    Quote Originally Posted by unsullied View Post
    yeah I'd steer away from that and aim for something like sugar-free muesli.
    Steer away from Bircher muesli? Or bacon and eggs?

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    I have a smoothie with coconut water, chia seeds, frozen fruit and a banana. Any smoothie is great and really quick. I found them excellent for when I felt queasy in the morning and couldn't swallow solid food.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moxy View Post
    Steer away from Bircher muesli? Or bacon and eggs?
    What do u mean steer clear are they bad foods??

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