What do you eat for breakfast


Peanut butter and lidl sour cherry jam on two slices of seeded batch, eggs in all forms over the weekend, boiled with soldiers is favourite at the mo
I try to avoid the overly processed cereals with too much sugar in.

To be honest, there is some research that says chips and steak and eggs and the like are actually ok for you if you are burning the calories during the day and getting a source of fibre somewhere along the lines. Chips which are cut from whole spuds, for example, with the skins left on, is a start.


Weekdays I have a boiled egg, toast w. jam/marmalade, and a bowl of muesli, plus two cups of tea. Found the egg is key to keeping me going till lunch. If I try to run on only carbs, it only lasts till 11.
Weekends is usually a cooked brekky, usually involving some combination of eggs, bacon, sausage or black pudding. Plus _at least_ two cups of tea.

So yeh, nothing non-breakfasty here. Sometimes have bacon eggs and beans for dinner though. No tea before bed though.


Breakfast should be 14 hours after you have had your last evening meal so your not eating for 16 hours a day

breakfast for me is at 9.30, cold sausage or any other lump of cold meat, chicken or fish. apple, banana and plenty of water.

sack the bread off it’s shite and makes your insulin spike, same as sugary cereal


Livestock Farmer
North Wales
Currently on banana pancakes.
1 mashed banana with 3-5 eggs (depending if I need to use them up) and a handful of oats for carbs and fibre. Add flavourings to taste/for variation, vanilla, cinamon or coco powder. With honey and jam on top.


How many eat first, or work before breakfast? I have fruit and cereal followed by tea and toast. Before I look out the door.:D
Always used to start at 6 30 then in for breakfast at 8 30, but school runs mean I eat before I do anything now,school run been made more complicated by the Corona stuff !

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