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Does anyone actually eat anything *interesting* for breakfast?

(59 Posts)
Pruni Tue 23-May-06 15:30:20

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Pruni Tue 23-May-06 15:30:39

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oliveoil Tue 23-May-06 15:31:49

fruit

fried egg and toms on rye (yes yes it is bread but but)

there was a good recipe for summer porridge in The Times yesterday involving grated apples and oats and honey.........

oliveoil Tue 23-May-06 15:32:06

'bars'

VOMIT

YellowFeathers Tue 23-May-06 15:32:38

We eat alot of cooked breakfasts here.

Lots of nice bacon and sausages, eggs of all varieties, tomatoes, mushrooms etc.

Pruni Tue 23-May-06 15:33:14

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SoupDragon Tue 23-May-06 15:33:24

We have waffles on a Sunday. Nigella's American Pancake batter in a Tchibo waffle iron. Spread with butter and honey or chocolate spread. Yum!

Pruni Tue 23-May-06 15:33:53

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Carmenere Tue 23-May-06 15:34:01

Fruit and natural youghurt and honey occasionally, peanut butter on brown toast more regularly

YellowFeathers Tue 23-May-06 15:34:25

Oh I also love croissants. Throw them in the oven for a couple of mins.
Yumm

tissy Tue 23-May-06 15:35:08

Chopped banana with a sprinkling of crunchy cereal (Pref Jordan's), natural yoghurt and honey

hunkermunker Tue 23-May-06 15:35:25

Have just eaten a couple of croissants, but for lunch.

Kathy1972 Tue 23-May-06 15:35:27

DH sometimes does Scotch pancakes on a Sunday which we have with blueberries, banana, maple syrup and yoghurt.

Or you could go Japanese and have miso soup.

oliveoil Tue 23-May-06 15:35:57

summer porridge

YellowFeathers Tue 23-May-06 15:35:57

Although I grill everything and have scrambled egg so at least it's not fried

Pruni Tue 23-May-06 15:36:33

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Pruni Tue 23-May-06 15:36:55

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oliveoil Tue 23-May-06 15:37:08

fried eggs ok in olive oil surely?

why not cereal?

<weirdo>

oliveoil Tue 23-May-06 15:38:05

grapefruit sprinkled with sugar and grilled?

Kathy1972 Tue 23-May-06 15:38:55

cold Chinese takeaway

CountessDracula Tue 23-May-06 15:38:59

Bircher Muesli

Is yum

Soak oats overnight in apple juice

Add yoghurt (whatever flavour you like or plain) plus fruit

My fave is with fruits of the forest yoghurt and then add raspberries, blackberries and blueberries

MissChief Tue 23-May-06 15:39:14

obvious stuff like smoothies with bits in
yoghurt with bits in
or just fruit and a damn good coffee?

CountessDracula Tue 23-May-06 15:40:00

(oh you can chuck in what you wnat, nuts, seeds, raisins etc and it keeps til the next day so you only have to make every other day)

TambaTheDragonSlayer Tue 23-May-06 15:40:04

If i bother having breakfast I have tomato soup for for some strange reason.

Dont usually eat in the mornings though cause it makes me feel sick

SaintGeorge Tue 23-May-06 15:40:53

Cheese or mushroom omelette.

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