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The #1 food you should eat for breakfast this year

By Hilary Meyer, January 10, 2011 - 12:10pm

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Oatmeal is the best. I have it almost every morning.. I'm sure that has alot to do with my weight lost.You want to lose try oatmeal for 2 weeks.

Anonymous

04/16/2011 - 7:58pm

Bob's Red Mill 5 grain hot cereal plus Flaxseed is quuick and easy, 1/3c with 2/3 cup water in the microwve for 5min add 1 or 2 teas. of honey and plan cinnamon(no sugar) and a dollap of plain fat free greek yogurt yum.

Anonymous

03/30/2011 - 7:44am

Oatmeal is always "good," but I've eaten so much of it over the years that I've suffered a major-league case of taste fatigue. I'm always scouring the 'net for interesting breakfast recipes and saw this one for low-fat, high-protein pancakes at the online men's magazine called LiveYourLifeMag. I have a hunch pancake lovers (or simply those of you intrigued by the concept of a healthy pancake) will enjoy this recipe immensely:

http://www.liveyourlifemag.com/CHEF-S-CORNER/CHEF-S-CORNER/proteinpancakes.html

Anonymous

03/26/2011 - 4:38pm

A dallop of low-fat vanilla yogurt with some demerara sugar sprinkled on top = Yummy deliciousness!!!

Anonymous

03/23/2011 - 1:29pm

I've eaten oatmeal every morning for years. Love it with bananas and walnuts. However, I just started making steel cut oats overnight in my crock pot, and am totally addicted. I usually use vanilla almond milk and water, it's awesome and very fillling.

Anonymous

03/21/2011 - 5:38pm

I like to make my oatmeal in a crockette. I put all the ingredients in the crockette the night before, set a time to go off at 3 A.M. and by 6 A.M. when I get up the oatmeal is cooked and hot. I sometimes mix 1/2 oatmeal and 1/2 steel cut oats.

Anonymous

02/24/2011 - 11:50pm

I usually have almonds, raisins and a little almond milk in my oatmeal. Occasionally, but not very often, I'll add some raw sugar.

Anonymous

02/16/2011 - 10:14pm

Better yet use old fashioned rolled oats instead of the quick cooking. Better taste and doesn't take any longer to cook. And add hazelnuts and figs!

Anonymous

02/16/2011 - 10:28am

I add vanilla flavored whey protein powder, it helps keep hunger away longer, even though it adds some calories. Ground flax seeds add a nice nutty flavor too.

Anonymous

02/15/2011 - 5:44pm

a breakfast like this does not keep me full for very long. poached eggs, refried beans, avocado and ranchero sauce with a dollop of greek yogurt on top. this totally keeps me full until lunch. (and it's less than 400 calories)

Anonymous

02/15/2011 - 5:05pm

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