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I am getting sick of the same breakfast's i have. Anyone have any good and maybe unusual ideas?

Answered on October 14, 2013
Created September 30, 2013 at 8:24 PM

I am getting sick of the same breakfast's i have. Anyone have any good and maybe unusual ideas?

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on October 11, 2013
at 07:11 PM

I often have salmon (from a pouch) mixed with cottage cheese. It totally grosses out the rest of my family. Oh, maybe that's not what you meant by "sick".

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on October 11, 2013
at 07:08 PM

I was gonna say that I'm sick of how many times this quesstion has been asked. I guess my panties are all in a bunch today...

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on October 11, 2013
at 03:34 AM

I use egg whites, so there is no yolk. If I want the yolk, I just beat it into the egg whites and then pour it over the veggies in the muffin tin.

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on October 10, 2013
at 10:29 PM

What happens to the yolk?

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on October 02, 2013
at 10:39 AM

Picture of the end result and a recipe would be amazing.

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on September 30, 2013
at 08:45 PM

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on October 14, 2013
at 09:10 PM

Have you tried Intermittent Fasting? I usually will have just coffee in the morning with a tablespoon of heaving cream, then not eat until dinner around 6 PM.

I do this 4-5 days a week and it works great for me.

www.brooksrembert.com

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on October 14, 2013
at 09:08 PM

Quinoa is probably a typical answer but it's legit. I make quinoa and put honey (opt.) and cinnamon in it and when it is done make it like an oatmeal. I put almond butter, coconut milk, and fruit in it.

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on October 12, 2013
at 08:05 PM

Some of these are primal or not entirely paleo... so change the recipe as needed

1. Chipotle Shrimp w/ Avocado

I got this from an idea on a question about short, quick meals.

All you need is some lime juice, one chipotle in adobo (go to whole foods or order online), some shrimpies and a ripe avocado. However many shrimpies depend on you. Mix it all up in a bowl w/ salt and pepper. it's so good...

2. Avocado w/ Boiled eggs, bacon and tomato. I usually mix up diced tomato and bacon into the avocado, you may not like that. D:

3. Breakfast sausage w/ a drizzle of molasses OR maple syrup, side of sauted spinach w/ onion

4. If you eat corn, organic grits w/ chorizo

5. Corned beef hash topped with an egg. comfort food from childhood.

http://www.seriouseats.com/recipes/2011/12/serious-eats-corned-beef-hash-recipe.html

Now, I add more spices to mine which makes it even better but sadly, I can't remember what I added. I just sniff and go lots of times. (Adding stuff based on smell and taste)

6. Scambled eggs and salsa (I also add sriracha). I eat bacon with this meal.

7. Boiled egg salad with mustard vinegrete. Get some salad greens... romaine, spinach, sprouts, etc.. and bacon. You can either sprinkle oil and mustard on eggs and salad or mix it into a dressing. Maybe like a teaspon of dijon and a tablespoon or your favorite oil. add more if you like.

8. SOUP SOUP SOUP. I have tons of stews and soups in the morning. Here you go...

http://www.spiciefoodie.com/2013/02/12/indian-spiced-chicken-or-vegetable-turmeric-soup/

http://www.seriouseats.com/recipes/2012/06/easy-one-pot-miso-soup-recipe.html?ref=search

http://www.skinnytaste.com/2012/07/summer-vegetables-with-sausage-and.html#more

http://www.jamieoliver.com/recipes/fish-recipes/spanish-fish-and-chorizo-soup

http://thepioneerwoman.com/cooking/2010/01/italian-meatball-soup/

http://www.bonappetit.com/recipe/cleansing-ginger-chicken-soup

http://www.whatrunslori.com/2012/07/beach-body-meals-paleo-portuguese-kale-soup/

http://www.elanaspantry.com/green-chicken-soup/

http://nomnompaleo.com/post/55432334180/doro-wat-spicy-ethiopian-chicken-stew#more

(doro wat might go good with braised greens)

http://thepioneerwoman.com/cooking/2011/12/chunky-chicken-soup/

http://www.seriouseats.com/2013/09/how-to-make-perfect-tonkotsu-ramen-food-lab-redux.html

http://www.simplyrecipes.com/recipes/basil_chicken_in_coconut_curry_sauce/

http://www.skinnytaste.com/2009/02/cabbage-soup-with-chicken-and-pork-5.html

http://thedomesticman.com/2011/12/06/new-england-clam-chowder/#more-1717

My Favorite is poached chicken

http://southernfood.about.com/od/crockpotchicken/r/bl41c12.htm

Please try this in the morning.. it's soothing and tasting. HOWEVER, you have to add butter and lemon pepper with some hot sauce. It will taste like complete awesomeness.

Beef stew

9. Fish in the morning.. Can't go wrong. Just make sure you eat enough fat to keep full.

http://food52.com/recipes/14754-dad-s-favorite-seafood-stew (amazing....)

http://www.skinnytaste.com/2008/05/skillet-flounder-with-tomatoes-425.html

http://www.eatingbirdfood.com/2012/05/quick-and-easy-balsamic-salmon/

http://paleotable.com/2012/10/shrimp-curry/

http://www.skinnytaste.com/2011/06/grilled-tuna-over-arugula-with-lemon.html

http://www.mamaslebanesekitchen.com/sea-food/sumac-oregano-pulled-baked-fish-recipe/

http://www.skinnytaste.com/2013/06/easy-grilled-fish-fillet-in-foil-packets.html#more

http://www.myrecipes.com/recipe/blackened-cumin-cayenne-tilapia-10000001918460/

http://www.theravenouscouple.com/2009/08/ca-kho-to-vietnamese-braised-fish-in-clay-pot.html

10. Something sweet perhaps?

Baked, diced Sweet potato w/ a drizzle of sweetner (honey or sucanut), a bit of oil, cinnamon, allspice, nutmeg and ginger OR pumpkin spice, bake until cooked (I like a chewy exterior)

"Paleo" treats: There are plenty of paleo recipes for banana bread, coffee cake, breakfast cookies, granola and other sweet stuff around the net. Try them out if you allow these but I won't post any links or suggestions because I do not eat paleo treats like these.

Healthbent, multiply delicious, comfy belly and against all grain may have great gluten free and paleo recipes for treats like these.

Sweet & savory recipes like orange chicken, teryaki chicken, mongolian beef etc.

Pre-paleo, I loved putting a bit of jelly on my pork sausage. If you allow sugar, get a high quality, primal approved jelly with a good pork sausage.

Or just eat lunch and dinner for breakfast. :]

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on October 12, 2013
at 06:08 AM

Lately, I've been doing bags of mixed frozen organic fruits. Super easy breakfasts. I just rip a bag (strawberries / blueberries / raspberries / peaches / mangos) and dump it in the bowl. I've also seen people add organic apple skins to the fruit bowl, ditching the fructose-laden flesh. With it being frozen, you can take your time to eat it. It's pretty low on fat/protein, but, it's good to switch it up if you're not eating a lot of fruit otherwise. I dig it. (Sometimes I go the other way and do a more keto-style breakfast of fish / eggs / leftovers.) I'm also a fan of the Big Ass Salad for breakfast.

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on October 12, 2013
at 05:06 AM

PUMPKIN SOUFFLE (quick breakfast for one person, read no further if you are anti-microwave)

3 eggs, well beaten in large glass mixing bowl

1/2 can organic pumpkin puree, mixed into eggs

1 Tbs melted Kerry Gold butter or coconut oil mixed in

1-2 tsp honey mixed in

Pinches cinnamon, nutmeg, salt if desired

Microwave in same bowl for about 3 minutes, or until all liquid is cooked to souffle consistancy, stopping to stir mixture about every 30 seconds.

Done when souffle is firm and cooked through, sliced banana or pineapple chunks on the side are good too.

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on October 11, 2013
at 07:02 PM

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Darrin's Paleo Sausage & Yam Frittata

[completely off-the-cuff and it worked, I really need to get a life and quit watching so much food network]

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Ingredients: (All grass-fed, organic yadda-yadda where possible)

1-2 TBSP (a splash) Coconut Oil

8 Eggs

About 3 TBSP Heavy Cream (eyeballed splash from the carton not measured, but that's how I roll in the kitchen)

1 Large Yam

1 Medium White Onion

3 Clove Garlic

1lbs Sausage (Either dice cut, or crumbled)

1 Large Tomato

Sea Salt (to taste)

White Pepper (to taste)

Fresh Ground Black Pepper (to taste)

[OPTIONAL, but I put it on/in everything] Curry Powder (to taste)

[OPTIONAL, but I put it on/in everything] Cayenne pepper (to taste)

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Steps:

1.) Heat Coconut Oil to Medium High, in a large skillet

2.) Run Onion Yam and Garlic through Shredder of food processor (or chop up really fine with knife / grater etc...)

3.) While Yam, Garlic and Onion are softening in oil, crack eggs and add cream to a mixing bowl and whisk in all the spices.

4.) Crumble Sausage into the skillet and brown / drain off extra oil/fat

5.) Lower heat to medium low and pour/stir in the egg mixture.

6.) Once eggs begin to set you have a choice here

.....6-a.) Cover and continue to cook on stove-top for about 20 min (may over brown bottom so I suggest NOT finishing this way if you want pretty presentation, if its just a quick meal to shut the kids up, then go ahead)

.....6-b) Transfer skillet to 220F oven and continue to cook about 1-1.5 hr (until knife comes out clean like a quiche)

7.) Either dice Tomato to top Frittata OR (as I prefer) Slice tomato into nice fat discs to lay under Frittata at service (Again, what's the audience for the meal and how will they eat the tomatoes)

8.) (almost forgot) Slice into Pie Portions and Serve Hot

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on October 11, 2013
at 12:57 AM

Anything eaten in the morning is breakfast. This morning i had 3 oz. pork sausage with 2 hard boiled egg smashed up with an avocado, salt, lime, pepper, and cayyene., also some left over roasted leaks and taters. BOOM!

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on October 10, 2013
at 10:00 PM

@greylynowens My go-to is veggie egg-white "muffins" over a baby green blend.

I chop up broccoli, onion, carrots, mushrooms, tomatoes and avocado and then seperate the mixture into a muffin tin. Then I fill the tins with egg white and bake veggie egg muffins. Still warm, I lay them on a bed of baby kale, spinach, and chard so that it wilts slightly. Yum!

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on October 10, 2013
at 10:29 PM

What happens to the yolk?

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on October 01, 2013
at 11:35 PM

Question: What are you eating now that you're sick of? Hard to suggest something that may suit you if we don't know what you do not want.

Me, I do bone broth. Slow cooker's running all week, I just get a bowl of it every morning. Carrots, celery, pig feet (I eat the stuff too), whatever other bones I have left lying around, and kelp. A quick dash of apple cider vinegar to help extract more nutrients out of the bones. If you like it, some white peppercorn can really transform the broth after the spiciness mellows out.

Alternatively, you can try making a frittata. It's basically baked egg ommelette with ingredients of your choice (well most recipes do it on stovetop before finishing off in the oven, I skip the stovetop step. But you wil need to cook the ingredients somewhat in the oven first, this will help to heat up the metal dish and ensure even cooking of the eggs). It works well when eaten cold as well, though of course you can heat it up if that's your preference. I've done bacon and spinach, chicken and mushroom, fish slices and asparagus... Pretty much anything goes. I have an onion-mushroom one waiting for me in the fridge now.

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on October 01, 2013
at 11:22 AM

I always do the usual, bacon and eggs (my favorite meal ever!), but sometimes I'll make less and make a smoothie to take to work with me. Mine always have a banana, almond or coconut milk, kale, sometimes a bit of honey depending on the ripeness of my fruit and very occasionally plain greek yogurt. Then you add whatever fruits you want! Some of my favorite combos: Peach & Mango, Berry Blend, Pineapple & Raspberry. If you use frozen fruit you can cut out the ice that most people include and it has more flavor. I even have a nifty blender that is also a to go cup to make everything cleaner and faster pre-work. This isn't the best option if you are trying to lose weight, but it is delicious and gives you an energy boost.

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on October 01, 2013
at 12:40 AM

I've discovered a fun and Paleo breakfast meal???I call it a chocolate souffle. Blend 3-5 eggs with some cocoa powder (add sweetener if you're so inclined). The mixture should be thick but easy to pour. Place it in a microwaveable bowl and microwave for about 5 minutes.

What emerges? A fluffy, chocolate concoction that slides easily out of the bowl. If you master the particular cooking time of your microwave, you can even achieve a gooey center. Remove it quickly when the microwave stops or it will shrivel.

Strange but delicious, I promise. And so simple! Prep = 3 minutes. Cook = 5 minutes.

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on September 30, 2013
at 11:42 PM

Sardines and eggs! I like the Wild Planet sardines in marinara for this, or add your own tomato sauce. Bake or cook sardines until nice and hot and bubbly. I like to leave mine whole/mostly whole but you do what you want. Serve over hash browned potatoes if you do potatoes and top with fried egg(s).

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on October 02, 2013
at 10:39 AM

Picture of the end result and a recipe would be amazing.

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on September 30, 2013
at 10:04 PM

if you are not against paleo baking, try pumpkin or banana "bread" or banana pancakes there are many places you can get flourless recipes for paleo goodies

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on September 30, 2013
at 09:26 PM

Today for brunch (no more brkfsts) I had bacon, zucchini, carrots, 2 eggs & the leftover pieces from a Salmon fillet that the fish lady tries to throw out or take home for herself. It is amazingly good to fry up the bone with meat attached and the fatty parts that most people don't want. Basically I tend to make some kind of stir fry of veggies and leftover protein. If we didn't have salad almost every night, I'd have salad for brunch which I can eat all the time with fish, eggs, meat, bacon, spinach...

There is also a new book out Primal Cravings that has lots of interesting recipes which I am going to try starting tomorrow. . . Pastrami Salmon to start.

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