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What's your favorite quick & easy morning breakfast?

Asked by SamIAm (8690points) July 7th, 2010

I’ve just discovered organic vanilla lowfat yogurt with raspberries, strawberries, and honey almond granola…. it’s pretty incredible!

What’s yours?

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stardust's avatar

That sounds delicious. I recently had fresh blueberries, raspberries, strawberries, apple and orange covered with natural yogurt. Yum! I should do that every morning.
Normally, I have some special K :/

Facade's avatar

“Scrambled Eggies”

A sautéed meat such as sausage in bite-sized pieces with whatever spices you’re in the mood for, sautéed chopped veggies, and scrambled eggs all tossed together. Mmmmmm

knitfroggy's avatar

A bowl of cottage cheese and pineapple. Delicious!

ShanEnri's avatar

Chocolate milk!

CMaz's avatar


J0E's avatar

Crack an egg in a bowl, stir it up, microwave it, and then put it between toast with some cheese.

mrentropy's avatar

Saturday Morning Death Egg Sandwich.
Fry an egg, put it on white bread. Top with American cheese, Pace hot salsa, a dash of Tabasco. Close up the sandwich then fry it on the frying pan until brown.

LuckyGuy's avatar

Whatever is getting rotten in the refrigerator. This morning I ate a leftover cheeseburger from July 4th.

Coloma's avatar

I have been on a carrot juice-oj blend with banana whey protein powder lately.

Easy, nutritious and delicious…gets my juices flowing. lol

Raisen english muffins with melted cheese are another fav.

gailcalled's avatar

Golean with fresh raspberries, a little ground flax seed, some oat bran, cinnamon and sunflower seeds, topped by ½ c skim milk. Earl GRey tea brewed from leaves with a splash of milk.

marinelife's avatar

Nature’s Path Flax Plus cereal with ½ a banana and milk.

Cruiser's avatar

The yogurt fruit parfaits are pretty amazing for breakfast. I make mine with the frozen mixed berries and by the time I get hungry they are thawed and ready to eat. The quickest breakfast for me though are those breakfast cereal bars.

Seek's avatar

A 1½ minute poached egg on toast with cheese (muenster is my favorite) and sautéed onion. I generally grill the bread on the same pan as I use to sauté the onion, and melt the cheese on top.

ETpro's avatar

Right now I am rather fond of a mix of two cereals, Post Trail Mix Crunch with almonds and raisins, and Honey Bunches of Oats. I put some soluble fiber on them, and milk and fresh blueberries. Delicious and good for me. But this morning my wife surprised me with a bagel with cream cheese and lox, so I have some dietary recovery to do later in this day.

ratboy's avatar

Rum and Coke.

ucme's avatar

Toast & coffee, black.

MissAusten's avatar

I almost always have a bowl of Multi-Grain Cheerios for breakfast. Sometimes I’ll have oatmeal with brown sugar, cinnamon, and either raisins or dried cranberries. And coffee. Lots and lots of coffee.

Fred931's avatar

Frozen dinners. Just had one this morning as well. Those steam-tray-things, though, not like Kid Cuisine.

boxer3's avatar

plain oatmeal, mixed with vanilla yogurt,
cinnammon, and fresh fruit
(blueberries or strawberries)


chocolate whey protein shake
blended with a banana,
and some ice cubes :]

nailpolishfanatic's avatar

I really never used to eat breakfast everyday, but now I wake up early, get ready and have time to eat breakfast:;D
I always eat either, toast, tea, corn flakes and this week I have been eating a lot of musli!

kenmc's avatar

@jonsblond YES YES YES! Greatest muffin ever.

Coloma's avatar


Oh God! I 2nd THAT!

On my list today..thanks for the reminder!

perspicacious's avatar

Chocolate milk. It’s my breakfast everyday.

Scooby's avatar

Cold night before Pizza or if I can be bothered Fruit & fibre with low fat milk…. :-)

anartist's avatar

Pomegranate yogurt, local bakery whole grain bread, grapefruit juice and coffee.
[unless like @Scooby I have cold night-before pizza]

KhiaKarma's avatar

Special K bars. I also like them for desert!

tinyfaery's avatar

Cereal and soy milk. Any kind of cereal will do.

Ltryptophan's avatar

Fiber cereal, sprinkled cinnamon, some blueberries, horizon organic fat free milk

Dr_Lawrence's avatar

High fibre cereal with milk, a fruit and some tea or coffee.
Poppy seed bagel with smoked salmon (lox) and cream cheese.

Coloma's avatar

And sometmes it’s nice to have something bad and something good TOGETHER, for balance ya know..

This morning was frosted cherry poptarts and cantalope for me. lol

downtide's avatar

cheese on toast. Or just toast and marmite. And a cup of tea.

anartist's avatar

@downtide what does marmite taste like? I have had a jar for 8 years but been afraid to open it
ybtw your other is a cholesterol mega-bomb just like @mrentropy‘s death egg sandwich [above]—do you have a dual personality?
@jonsblond that is too yummy for just breakfast addiction stuff

Neizvestnaya's avatar

Same breakfast for decades- yogurt, banana, almonds, pecans or brazil nuts.

Coloma's avatar


Stir it up kiddo…lol

Neizvestnaya's avatar

I put some in the freezer and some in the frig to have choices and there are always new flavors. Sooooo glad I love the stuff.

Aethelwine's avatar

@anartist I agree. I’ve had them for lunch and a midnight snack before. I’d make some right now if it wasn’t 150 degrees out. ;)

Mtl_zack's avatar

Eggie in the hole if I have the time:
Cut a hole in a piece of bread
Put the bread in a pan with some butter
Crack and egg in the hole
Cook until the bread turns brown

I also stop before work to pick up a carrot muffin. And wash it down with a coffee

SamIAm's avatar

@Mtl_zack : awww memories! my daddy made those for me all the time… he always used inventive things to make the holes!

anartist's avatar

@jonsblond at the risk of sounding like bob, please make me some too!

Megan64's avatar

Plain yogurt and instant oatmeal. Coffee coffee coffee!

Ltryptophan's avatar

way to put a hole in the toast, clay duck method

Scooby's avatar

Ya can’t beat cold night before pizza! I especially like the hard crusty bit,,,,,, no not my last date!! The edge of the pizza, thin & crispy :-/

downtide's avatar

@anartist the taste of marmite is difficult to describe but it’s mainly salty and a bit yeasty. It’s very strong – if you try it, you need to spread it very thinly. I would think an 8 year old jar is probably still safe to eat but the flavour & texture might not be as good by now.

downtide's avatar

@Scooby there is never any pizza left over for breakfast when I have pizza. I do sometimes have left-over poppadoms the morning after an Indian meal though.

Scooby's avatar


Ah yes poppadoms! I remember her well, I popped her dom alright ;-) Gita I believe her name was, Talk about an all day breakfast!
“Full of eastern promise” :-)
Very spicey…....

Scooby's avatar

Oh I stand corrected! :-/

gailcalled's avatar

(Gita thanks you.)

Scooby's avatar


Yes she did,, Indeed ;-) thank you too….. x

anartist's avatar

@downtide thank you for the tip on the Marmite. I went to look for it, but alas, it seems to be gone.

BTW I forgot to mention the Bailey’s in my coffee.

NaturallyMe's avatar

Meuslie mixed with a fruity yoghurt (like mixed berries yoghurt maybe). Yum yum. :D
Or chop up a banana (i’ve used other fruit too, but banana is the quickest), put in a bowl, spoon over plain greek yoghurt and drizzle honey over that. Yum yum. :)

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