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    im about to have 1 soft boiled egga and soldiers, followed by the last weetabix i have and milk with sugar.
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    (Original post by Blu3j4yw4y)
    Recently I've been having a mega-breakfast of 3 weetabix, sprinkled with maple and pecan clusters and shreddies in a large bowl.

    Call me greedy, but goddamnit, it tastes so good.
    A mega breakfast is 3 weetabix? :lolwut:
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    i have porridge if i'm at home with either chesnut jam, banana and honey, brown sugar, banana and dark chocolate, or just dark chocolate or raspberry bonne maman jam.
    Or I'll have a danish pastry: cinnamon swirl, maple pecan danish, some type of fruit danish, a doughnut, cookie, brioche, crepe or biscuits. Or a carrot cupcake. I'm getting partial to having pudding for breakfast to, the other day i had raspberry, white chocolate and amaretto gateux.
    All of these always with a soy cappuccino.

    On days i'm at college, I have my morning coffee then get on a 10 to 7 bus, arrive in exeter about 8.30, have a cookie, doughnut, or pastry of some sort if i haven't bought with me some type of cereal bar, which i usually don't.

    I occasionally eat cereal, but sort of gave up that when they stopped making golden grahams.
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    ALWAYS...

    protein shake then..

    oatmeal (quaker oats, water, 3 sweetener tablets, 2 tablespoons elmlea) then the 'topping' varies, so might be jam/golden syrup/nutella
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    (Original post by lizfairy)
    i have porridge if i'm at home with either chesnut jam, banana and honey, brown sugar, banana and dark chocolate, or just dark chocolate or raspberry bonne maman jam.
    Or I'll have a danish pastry: cinnamon swirl, maple pecan danish, some type of fruit danish, a doughnut, cookie, brioche, crepe or biscuits. Or a carrot cupcake. I'm getting partial to having pudding for breakfast to, the other day i had raspberry, white chocolate and amaretto gateux.
    All of these always with a soy cappuccino.

    On days i'm at college, I have my morning coffee then get on a 10 to 7 bus, arrive in exeter about 8.30, have a cookie, doughnut, or pastry of some sort if i haven't bought with me some type of cereal bar, which i usually don't.

    I occasionally eat cereal, but sort of gave up that when they stopped making golden grahams.
    Chestnut jam??? :confused:

    That's something i've never heard of...and I like to consider myself a bit of a foodie!

    What does it taste like? Is it nice? :eek:
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    Depends how much time I have. This morning, I had a microwaved buttery and a slice of toast, and a glass of orange juice. :yes:
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    Usually bread with ham & cheese and/or Nutella + tea.
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    (Original post by Pandabär)
    Chestnut jam??? :confused:

    That's something i've never heard of...and I like to consider myself a bit of a foodie!

    What does it taste like? Is it nice? :eek:

    It's incredibly delicious!
    They do sell it in some specialist shops in Britain, but it's a lot more common in France and Italy. My boyfriend's Italian so I buy it every time I go out there to see him, and request he brings it everytime he comes, alongside Italian hot chocolate!

    It's amazing on french bread, in crepes, on porridge, homemade jam tarts.
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    honey nut cheerios
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    Normal morning, two slices of toast drowned in butter.

    Weekends/Lazy days - Breakfast becomes lunch and I'll have maybe an egg - usually scrambled (because I fail at cooking eggs :indifferent:) some spaghetti on toast, some bacon, maybe a sausage if I'm really lucky.

    Damn, now I'm really hungry and I'm thinking about Hotel style Full English breakfasts...*wants her lunch to be ready*
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    Currently porridge, blueberries and honey. Yum.
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    A yogurt and a alpen bar.
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    Weekends I have a fry up or something if I can.

    Today I woke up at 4.19am (MIRACLE) and couldn't really eat much.

    8.30: breakfast (toast x2 with honey + a bowl of Crunchy Nut and a couple of biscuits)
    8.51: coffee
    10.00: 2 Pro Plus pills
    12.45: another bowl of Crunchy Nut.

    I usually have something like salmon with mash and stir-fried vegetables for lunch and same for dinner, with lots of snacks.
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    Apple and blueberry Oats So Simple, couple of cream crackers and orange juice
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    I rarely have breakfast, except for Fridays when i have several straight horus of lectures and no time for food in between. I usually only have a small bowl of cereal then as well. If I'm at home and mum's being kind though, sometimes I'll end up with a full english; but I don't actually rmemeber the last time this happened!

    Ruth xx
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    (Original post by Mo-knee)
    Why did you desert the previous thread?!
    I had spent a considerable amount of time and effot pouring my heart and eating habbits out to you.
    Sorrrrry! Post it in here!


    And whoever else quoted me...can't find it but I love weetabix with no sugar, it doesn't need it! tastes kind of sweet anyways!
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    I had two boiled eggs and toast this morning. Miles better than my hard-boiled disaster of yesterday.

    If I don't have toast, I have digestive biscuits.
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    toast! with butter. sometimes with scrambled eggs.
    sidenote: why do you care?
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    (Original post by supergirl182)
    toast! with butter. sometimes with scrambled eggs.
    sidenote: why do you care?
    i dont really care, just curious as to what others eat for breakfast.

    ....only if that's alright with you of course......mmm
 
 
 
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