Cheap Savory Breakfast ideas?

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Cheap Savory Breakfast ideas?

Postby Wild Dove » Mon Aug 26, 2013 2:00 pm

I am doing weight watchers and I was eating breakfast sandwiches everyday, but that gets expensive (almost $4 for a box of two, so that means $12 for the week) when your broke. I don't like sweet oatmeal as for me it's not very filling, I don't like cold cereal, and it has to be something I can take and heat up at work. I have to have a protein, carb, and maybe some veggies or calcium item. It has to not take alot of time for prep work because I have a 5 month old who hates doing any one thing for longer than 15 minutes, I can prepare it the night before, and I can do other things while it cooks. I have alot of brown rice if anyone has ideas to use that up as well. I'd love any hot savory breakfast ideas, but I am mainly looking for something along the line of savory hot cereal with protein such as what I had today - cheesy grits and a boiled egg. Oh, and cheap!

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Re: Cheap Savory Breakfast ideas?

Postby Zero » Tue Aug 27, 2013 5:29 am

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Re: Cheap Savory Breakfast ideas?

Postby Maythen21 » Tue Aug 27, 2013 6:31 am

If you're going to eat a lot of eggs, pick up one of those silly Eggies kitchen contraptions where you make a hard boiled egg with no shell. You can use all egg whites and mix in whatever flavor you want. Then a nice piece of toast with sliced tomatoes and sprouts with a warm sliced egg.

They also work well for adding to salads because you can spice the egg whites however you prefer, and mix it up so the flavors stay interesting.

I like left over brown rice with some almond milk, a bit of butter, and sprinkling of chopped nuts. Heat and eat like an oatmeal. But that may be a little too sweet for your taste.

I will say that crescent roll dough can be wrapped around just about anything and turned into a workable portable breakfast, but it isn't exactly the healthiest option.

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