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    (Original post by evalilyXOX)
    Instead, why don't you try an omelette, with a fruit salad with a smoothie. They are all really healthy and fill you up for the rest of the day until dinner.
    A nice 'breakfast' I often make around midday when I break my fast is sort of an omelette, but not really. I get a handful of mixed chopped frozen peppers (really cheap, can get a big bag for a quid and they taste great when cooked) and throw them in a pan with a little coconut oil. Once they have defrosted I mix in several eggs/egg whites and sort of scramble it up in the pan.

    A lot of the time I mix the eggs in a jug and add in pepper, piri seasoning, pepper sauce etc. and they taste bloody amazing.
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    (Original post by .JC.)
    A nice 'breakfast' I often make around midday when I break my fast is sort of an omelette, but not really. I get a handful of mixed chopped frozen peppers (really cheap, can get a big bag for a quid and they taste great when cooked) and throw them in a pan with a little coconut oil. Once they have defrosted I mix in several eggs/egg whites and sort of scramble it up in the pan.

    A lot of the time I mix the eggs in a jug and add in pepper, piri seasoning, pepper sauce etc. and they taste bloody amazing.
    OMG that sounds amazing ! I am so going to try that for lunch tomorrow !!

    Thanks for the recipe !
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