Eggs, bacon, ham... enough already. Vegetables? Fine in eggs, but enough with the eggs! More cheese? Please. Yogurt? Well, okay, sometimes, but I need something more. In a pinch, just nuts are okay, but then it's a long way to lunch.
I need to stick to very few carbs in the morning, esp. no grain carbs, because of blood sugar issues.
What I REALLY want is oatmeal, but that seems out of the question almost entirely (I've gone down to 1 T of oat bran mixed with other stuff, and it still wasn't "trace" enough).
Carbs in nuts and dairy seem to have minimal effect; surprisingly, a small amount of honey or maple syrup (1/2 teaspoon) has minimal effect; berries are fine if kept to a small handful (less than a quarter cup), dried fruit can be trace with no probs.
What I'm thinking is a granola bar without the oats and other grains. In the house I have the following which might be useful: coconut flakes, shredded coconut, ground flax meal (needs to be minimal), almond meal, almonds, almond butter, pepitas (pumpkin seeds).
I could do a "mock" cereal, too.
This breakfast thing could make or break my primal pledge--I'm on the edge here, people! And I may make the decision to ask about more/different diabetes medication over this, though I really don't want to.
Primal bakers, help!