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    What's your favorite Primal \ Paleo Breakfast recipe

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    I would just like to see what are some of the members favorite primal\paleo breakfast foods (recipe included if applicable)

    I love fried eggs or an omelette with tomatoes, bacon, cheese.

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    I like my smoothies of spinach, 1/2 banana, 3 slices of frozen peaches, almond or coconut milk, whey protein, and olive oil. I have to do a lot in the morning to get us out of the house so it's hard for me to sit down and eat something hot. DH likes frozen blueberries and raspberries mixed with FF Greek yogurt.

    If I have more time, I like omelets, crust-less quiche (baked, not cooked stove top like a frittata) topped with Greek yogurt, zucchini fritters and fried eggs/bacon, or Nom Nom Paleo's sweet potato hash with eggs. This morning it was egg drop soup with excellent chicken bone broth and two scrambled eggs stirred in.
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    quick and easy!!

    1 banana mashed
    1 egg beaten
    2 tbls cocoa powder
    2 tbls almond butter
    2 tbls coconut (unsweetened)

    split between two small ramekins coated with coconut oil.
    put both in microwave for 2 mins.

    You can also add blueberries or diced strawberries, etc

    My fav is adding a few 60% cocao chocolate chips! :-)

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    bacon, eggs, avocado and liver

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    1/2 cup whole milk yogurt (or more!)
    1/4 cup almond meal (or more!)
    raspberries, blackberries, blueberries, strawberries, kiwi fruit, maybe banana slices, maybe pear slices, maybe pineapple slices.

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    Four poached eggs with wasabi horseradish and about 8 slices of bacon. LOL
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    Banana Pancakes.

    Mash up 1 banana and 1 egg per person.

    Fry in ghee, each pancake being roughly 2 tablespoons.

    Serve with whipped cream, yoghurt, other fruit (and for us, a drizzle of real maple syrup)

    We have found primal breakfasts the hardest things to do for our kids.

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    Probably not favorite but today's wonderful fun:

    Japanese smoked salmon, chives from the back yard, cream cheese, and a couple eggs, cooked softly in organic butter with a bit of pink salt. So...japa-jewi-merican scrambled eggs?

    zomgsh, I am so thankful for the variety one wonderful flavors

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    Not necessarily a fave, but leftover lamb n kale/swiss chard from last night:-)

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    A 3-egg omelette fried in butter with 20 g goats cheese, 1 small red onion, a few asparagus spears and a cup of fresh cilantro leaves.

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    1 large banana chopped with 200 g natural sheep's or goat's yoghurt mixed with 3 heaped teaspoons of raw cocoa powder and 2 teaspoons of honey.
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