What do you eat for breakfast

Hesstondriver

Member
Location
Huntingdon
I find if I have porridge I get hungry late morning, but I’ve been trying overnight oats ( oats, milk & honey soaked overnight in the fridge) much better at keeping me full
 

5312

Member
Location
South Wales
I eat nothing until the evening, feel great, no sugar spikes and crashes. But I do drink coffee with butter blended in, never feel hungry and save lots of time and effort. Wife is very happy only preparing and cleaning up one meal per day 😁😁
 
I eat nothing until the evening, feel great, no sugar spikes and crashes. But I do drink coffee with butter blended in, never feel hungry and save lots of time and effort. Wife is very happy only preparing and cleaning up one meal per day 😁😁
impossible. would be very hangry here by 9.45 and everyone around me murdered by 12.30
 
1pm, Large bowl soup, large Ham/Cheese/Tuna/salad/mayo sandwich, crisps, snickersx2, squash, coffee
4pm Large Sandwich, biscuits
7pm (today) Lamb stew, Plate of rice, Brocolli, Apple Sponge, single cream (lots), Peroni x1, Red wine glass (x2)
9pm Plate Cheese/Biscuits/chocolate
You must burn a lot off during the day! Lot of manual work?
 

Celt83

Member
Livestock Farmer
porridge at 6.30
9.45am Orange or apple, yoghurt, Baconx2, toastx2, egg, butter, marmalade, coffee.
every day.
Im lighter than i was 30yrs ago
1pm, Large bowl soup, large Ham/Cheese/Tuna/salad/mayo sandwich, crisps, snickersx2, squash, coffee
4pm Large Sandwich, biscuits
7pm (today) Lamb stew, Plate of rice, Brocolli, Apple Sponge, single cream (lots), Peroni x1, Red wine glass (x2)
9pm Plate Cheese/Biscuits/chocolate
That's impressive!
 

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