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  1. #1
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    May 2011
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    Canberra, Australia
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    Easy & Portable Breakfast recipes

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    Great Link: http://www.thekitchn.com/thekitchn/g...recipes-074005

    My go-to breakfast at the moment are the Overnight oats - it means I can throw a jar in my backpack and have breakfast at work ready in minutes when commuting
    And I can alternate weeks using Quinoa almost exactly the same way

    Other favourites of mine:
    Spelt waffles -I have to borrow a waffle iron for these though, so I make in bulk and freeze them - then throw them in the toaster when I want one
    I use this recipe: http://fortmyerschip.com/recipes/88-...ueberries.html
    They never last more than a fortnight - so I'm not sure how long they would last before tasting funky....

    Wholegrain Apple muffins - keep for about a week in airtight containers
    Zucchini and Corn Fritters - keep frozen for about a fortnight -fresh only 3 or 4 days days
    Wholemeal Blueberry Bagels - about a week, never tried freezing them though

    Any other meals you can carry with you?

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Nov 2007
    Location
    Western Canada-prairies, mountain & ocean
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    You are organized, Radical!

    Only in the last 10 years, I've been eating abit more of breakfast. Nowadays it's a small bowl of cornflakes with some fresh fruit and skim milk. A tea with skim milk.

    Then at work, I might have a fresh fruit, yogurt or muffin with coffee.

    I don't have much of a lunch daily. So I consider the bigness of my breakfast to cover off.
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  3. #3
    Join Date
    May 2011
    Location
    NW Ohio...for now
    Posts
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    I have been eating a soft Cliff bar with my coffee in the morning. It is 240 calories, 44 carbs, 10g Protein, 5g Fiber, 40 Fat. The chocolate chip tastes like a real choc chip oatmeal cookie! I am on Weight Watchers so it is 6points which is perfect for me. If I have them, I also add fresh strawberries or blueberries or a peach-fruits are 0 points on WW. One of these delicious Cliff bars works great right before a long ride also.
    Don't cross the river if you can swim the tide...

    2011-Cannondale Synapse Alloy5 WSD with 105 and BB30!

 

 

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