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5 no-hassle, grab-and-go breakfasts

By Hilary Meyer, August 17, 2009 - 11:39am

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Hilary asks: Do you eat breakfast on the run? What are your favorite grab and go breakfasts?

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cute and they taste really good my kids loved and their was no mess in the car for the first time so i know my kids enjoyed them

Anonymous

10/17/2009 - 5:01pm

Not enough instructions for the fold & go omlette. Not very interesting description. It LACKS EVERYTHING you would need to do it.

Anonymous

10/27/2009 - 3:59pm

I'd like to find so easy/grab and go type breakfast items that are lower in carbs than the norm. Any suggestions?

Anonymous

05/20/2010 - 9:03pm

I defrost two pieces of Ezekiel bread (made from flour from sprouted grains), add a thin spread of Almond butter and grab a not over ripened banana or a pear to enjoy before with the the bread.

Anonymous

08/26/2010 - 5:45pm

A handful of almonds will get me through a few hours til lunch.

Anonymous

09/06/2010 - 8:33pm

Can't believe what she is advocating for breakfast. Obviously jn thrall with. These food companies. No cereal bar in a wrapper is healthy. Yes to omelettes etc for breakfast.

Anonymous

10/29/2010 - 4:28am

Usuallly not on the run.
But when I am i take a handful of walnuts and 5 dried apricots........ after 3 oz of Zrii (or OJ if I'm out of it) Need to take the juice when I take my blood pressure pills..................

Anonymous

10/29/2010 - 8:31am

A habdful of almonds and wallnuts with a couple of dry apricots and/or dry figs.

Anonymous

10/29/2010 - 10:48am

I llike Instant Breakfast. It makes great smoothies. Just add frozen fruit,yogurt, ground flax seeds, etc. and blend. One can use any kind of milk to instant Breakfast and it dissolves instantly.Instant Breakfast has sugar and non sugar added and comes in different flavors.My grandson drinks a glass of it before he goes to school because he doesn't like to eat early in the morning. He feels full until lunch and he gets his nutritional needs met for breakfast.

Scarlet

Anonymous

10/29/2010 - 11:03am

The opening line about not having time for breakfast is an oxy-moron statement!!!! How many people use this excuse? They dash out of bed, into the shower and leave the house - only to sit for 20 minutes in the drive through getting a "cup of coffee and take out edible toxic waste product"!!!!! Bah
Eating on the run is a poor time management excuse. (Yes I had 4 children close together, a husband and myself worked shift work. We never succumbed to drive thru or take out. Now grandchildren preach the importance of good food...)

Go to bed 1/2 hour earlier, set the alarm 1/2 hour earlier put your coffee on a timer - SIT and enjoy the coffee AND your home made breakfast. Your life will be better for it!
Much nicer for everyone!

Anonymous

10/29/2010 - 2:25pm

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