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I usually have a very boring breakfast of buttered whole meal toast, but I'm not too keen on it at the moment.

Anyone have some good sugar-free breakfast alternatives?
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I usually have a very boring breakfast of buttered whole meal toast, but I'm not too keen on it at the moment.

Anyone have some good sugar-free breakfast alternatives?
I used to regularly make overnight oats for breakfast. Oats, milk, yoghurt and cinnamon mixed together and put into a airtight container overnight. Then in the morning I added various fruits/nuts/seeds to it. Incredibly filling and very healthy.
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I used to regularly make overnight oats for breakfast. Oats, milk, yoghurt and cinnamon mixed together and put into a airtight container overnight. Then in the morning I added various fruits/nuts/seeds to it. Incredibly filling and very healthy.
That sounds good, thanks for the inspiration! I've never really had oats for breakfast but I know lots of people rave about it so maybe it's time I gave it a chance
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That sounds good, thanks for the inspiration! I've never really had oats for breakfast but I know lots of people rave about it so maybe it's time I gave it a chance
I always had it before work as I knew I wouldn't be eating for 5-6 hours and it never failed to fill me up and give me energy for the day. I also recommend crumpets as they're quite filling too. I topped mine with Nutella but there are definitely healthier and sugar-free options
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I always had it before work as I knew I wouldn't be eating for 5-6 hours and it never failed to fill me up and give me energy for the day. I also recommend crumpets as they're quite filling too. I topped mine with Nutella but there are definitely healthier and sugar-free options
Crumpets sounds like a good shout too! Thank you :h:
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Eggs! Boiled, omelette with veg (tomato, mushrooms, spinach), scrambled with spinach or salmon.

Or something like mackerel and spinach on toast.
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I also recommend crumpets as they're quite filling too. I topped mine with Nutella but there are definitely healthier and sugar-free options
Treason! Crumpets should only be served dripping with butter.



I like your overnight oats idea btw - do you need to cook them?
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avo on toast?

i hate avo but it's a popular choice. :yep:
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avo on toast?

i hate avo but it's a popular choice. :yep:
Avocado tastes like smashed pistachio to me :lol: (Not that I mind pistachios but it makes for a weird texture)
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Treason! Crumpets should only be served dripping with butter.



I like your overnight oats idea btw - do you need to cook them?
Nope! Just mix the oats, yoghurt, milk and cinnamon (if you fancy) together then pop in your container overnight. You can heat them up in the morning if you want but I liked mine cold. Then just add your fruit etc. It's so easy and perfect for when you don't have time in the mornings but still want a decent breakfast. Takes literally about 3 minutes to make in the evening too so it is very little effort.
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pitta bread, carrots, and cucumber with houmous?
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Nope! Just mix the oats, yoghurt, milk and cinnamon (if you fancy) together then pop in your container overnight. You can heat them up in the morning if you want but I liked mine cold. Then just add your fruit etc. It's so easy and perfect for when you don't have time in the mornings but still want a decent breakfast. Takes literally about 3 minutes to make in the evening too so it is very little effort.
That's awesome. I could do that and bring it to work with me to eat. Thank you! :five:
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That's awesome. I could do that and bring it to work with me to eat. Thank you! :five:
Yep I did that a few times! I got a little red pot from Asda, think it was the Sistema brand. Technically a soup pot but it is perfect for overnight oats. Small enough to fit in a bag and can be microwaved too if you want to heat it up :yep:
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Yep I did that a few times! I got a little red pot from Asda, think it was the Sistema brand. Technically a soup pot but it is perfect for overnight oats. Small enough to fit in a bag and can be microwaved too if you want to heat it up :yep:
I have some little plastic screw top ice cream containers, they would be perfect. I'm so excited to make this for tomorrow! It's 12.48pm and I haven't eaten yet as I don't have time in the mornings.

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I usually have a very boring breakfast of buttered whole meal toast, but I'm not too keen on it at the moment.

Anyone have some good sugar-free breakfast alternatives?
BREAKFAST BANANA Bars.
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pitta bread, carrots, and cucumber with houmous?
That’s a good idea, I’ll try that whenever my mum makes houmous :^_^:
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Currently I've been having: a dollop of flavoured youghurt (like passion fruit, or plum), coated with sugar free granola, and some chopped fruit and honey over the top
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BREAKFAST BANANA Bars.
Don’t breakfast bars usually have sugar 🤔
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Currently I've been having: a dollop of flavoured youghurt (like passion fruit, or plum), coated with sugar free granola, and some chopped fruit and honey over the top
Wow that’s creative!
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Don’t breakfast bars usually have sugar 🤔
Most do, but when I typed 'sugar-free breakfast' into Google, this was one of the results.
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