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    Ugh..if I look at another egg, I think I might puke. Breakfast suggestions?

    What else are you guys eating for breakfast? I've done EVERY form of egg dish imaginable & I am beyond sick of them at this point. Bacon is also making my stomach turn (hard to believe, I know).

    Suggestions greatly appreciated!

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    have you tried baked coconut milk custard? WONDERFUL hot breakfast, IMO. I also have a "Super Nog" recipe for ultra indulgence (and fill you up all day).
    Who says you have to have eggs & bacon every day? Why not branch out? I don't know if you're doing dairy, but if you are get some Greek Yogurt and fresh fruit. Or fresh fruit & heavy cream (or coconut milk).
    Probably not the best thing to eat, but if you ever have a hankering for oatmeal, try grinding up your favorite nuts in a food processor, warming them with some cream (or coconut milk) and spices, and dig in!
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    Would you please post the "Super Nog" recipe? Sounds interesting! I know I don't have to eat eggs and bacon every day, and I am usually really creative when it comes to cooking, but I really don't care for breakfast. I guess I am just lacking enthusiasm in this area, as I love cooking for dinner! I am open to having some dairy, and the Greek yogurt idea is a good one.

    Thanks for the suggestions!

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    Also, don't think you have to have "breakfast" foods. A chicken thigh, or a steak, or a BAS, these are things you are allowed to eat for breakfast too.

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    Chorizo & sweet potato hash
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    Dinner for breakfast is good!

    I tend to skip breakfast most of the time. Did make crepes today with yogurt and banana... but the crepe too was made of egg.

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    I hear you on the eggs. I don't like them much at any time of day, but the thought of an egg in the morning gives me the dry heaves. I NEVER eat breakfast in the morning, never have. My first meal of the day is usually noon or 1:00 and it's more like dinner; salad, meat, veggies. No reason you can't eat 'dinner' whenever you please.

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    Here is the super nog recipe, but be careful. It's 1200 cals per cup! (Hence no problem having it in the morning and staying full until dinner or even breakfast the next day)
    http://www.marksdailyapple.com/forum/thread25970.html
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    I make a sweet potato or pumpkin custard (whatever's on hand) for heavy workout days. I whisk together a can of full-fat coconut milk with a can of either sweet potato or pumpkin puree, four eggs, and some cinnamon/ginger/nutmeg. I do sometimes add a bit of sweetener for my partner's sake (a little maple syrup is his preference) but you can leave that out quite easily. Pour it into a pan (I use a deeper pie plate) and bake it at 350F until it's fairly firm, then put it into the fridge to cool and set.

    This one is a bit more carby, though, so that's why I save it for workout days. I cook stuff like this because my partner is training for a marathon and needs more carbs, but if I eat this one in the morning, I usually skip on other starchy veg for the rest of the day.
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    Dinner for breakfast is good!
    I agree! I always just microwave last night's dinner. Quick, easy and yummy.

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