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shaandar shaandar 31-35, F 13 Answers Nov 26, 2012 in WTK

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1 Fruit salad topped with yoghurt<br />
2 Drumsticks coated with a mix of honey and crushed nuts then grilled and mash<br />
3 Fresh English muffins with preserves and cheese<br />
4 Lashings of fresh fruit juice ( or bucks fizz) to accompany everything<br />
5 Most important coffee to finish with.<br />
Now that's what I call a feast!!

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If you can be satisfied with a "light" breakfast, I'll share with you what I have on most days: 1/2 of an 8-oz. container of Noosa yogurt, Honey flavor, mixed with whatever fresh or frozen fruit you wish. What I like best are these 2-pack cups of blueberries, by Dole, they're in the frozen foods case in supermarket, use 1 cup per the 1/2 yogurt serving. Any kind of berries are good to use, tho, so you can have some variety! I use agave to sweeten the fruit a bit before mixing with the yogurt. I know this doesn't sound very "filling," but you'd be surprised how satisfying it actually is. And you can always have a little something mid-morning too, like half a bagel with some PB or whatever.

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French toast

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Eggs benedict!! Take a baking pan, and la<x>yer eggs with spinach. Add a dab of butter on top of each egg yolk. Make a packet of hollandaise sauce and drizzle all of it around the eggs and spinach, fairly thickly. Cover the top with breadcrumbs and paprika. Bake in the oven at around 350f til the breadcrumbs are golden browned.<br />
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Fry some canadian bacon (ham slices) in a skillet. Toast some english muffins in a toaster and butter them. <br />
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When the eggs/spinach is done, la<x>yer the toast with the canadian bacon and the eggs/spinach.

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A nice sandwich filled with all the things you like.

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apple pie

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blueberry coffee cake!!!! WOO Xd and pizza haha :)

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Fruit, almonds, cheese. and a glass of carrot juice.

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bran muffin

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veggie omelette

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