New and Interesting Breakfast ideas.

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  1. TheMicster

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    I'm just getting sick of eating the same stuff all the time!
    Something new would be great, What are people having for breakfast these days?
    I have a reasonable variety of stuff but it just seems repetitive.
    Would love people to post some cool Breaky suggestions, recipes or pictures Healthy or not doesn't matter.
    Cheers Mic.
     
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  2. Jerry_Mountains

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    Make some huevos rancheros, they are just fried eggs with a tomato, pepper and onion sauce (or salsa).
     
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    I like to make an all in one

    Get some home fry style potatoes, mix in some eggs and onions, cheese, bacon/sausage

    Not too creative but it does the job

    I also like to take an English muffin toast it, then fry up a couple pieces of Taylor pork roll, then put an over easy egg and yellow cheese on the English muffin with the pork roll at the bottom

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    Edit: since you are in Australia if the pork roll isn’t available then Canadian style bacon/breakfast ham will suffice
     
  4. Jupiter

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    Have you tried a typical Japanese breakfast?
    • miso soup
    • grilled salted salmon
    • a bowl of rice with a raw egg cracked over it and dried laver
    • pickled radish
    • salad with tomatoes
    • maybe a bit of fermented soy beans (natto)
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    Scotch eggs are a fun project. Gordon Ramsay’s YouTube tutorial makes it pretty easy.
     
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    I regularly cook “non-breakfast” foods for my morning meal. Yesterday it was chicken thighs marinated overnight in yogurt, garlic, cumin, and cilantro roasted with small waxy potatoes and grape tomatoes. Cook what you like to eat.
     
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    It's Oat Bran for me. Mixed with crushed raspberries, blueberries, and raisins. A few shakes of cinnamon. I throw the berries in the bowl first, crush them with a whisk, then add the cinnamon and raisins, then it's around a cup of boiling water into which you quickly whisk 1/3 of a cup of oat bran. Let it sit for two minutes and enjoy. High in protein (7g) and very easy on the tummy. :p


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    Steel Cut oats, peanut butter, jelly. Quick, easy, tasty, and filling.
     
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    And lest we forget ...

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    Mushroom/marmite gravy over roasted carrots with a side of salami fried rice? Breakfast!
     
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    I try to do the steel cut oatmeal but lots of times I’m starving about an hour later.
    I’ll have to try it with PB & jelly. I bought a ham & egg quiche on the way home that I was going to try a slice with my oatmeal tomorrow morning.
     
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    High end hotel breakfasts are my undoing. When I travel on business (remember when we used to get in those aluminum tubes to do that?) I would put in weight for sure.

    Fantastic scrabbled eggs with endless bacon, Belgian waffles, a hint of Germany with ham slices and cheeses, some hard crusted fresh breads. Oh my... A great breakfast can be favorite meal. Until dinner with some killer wine ...:)
     
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    Wolf brand chili and scrambled eggs with cheese on a flour tortilla
     
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    My weekday breakfast is Fage Greek yoghurt topped with fruit and muesli. My preferred fruits are pomegranate, Hawaiian papaya, or yellow mango, Haitian when available. I like Michelle’s muesli or Back Roads Original. One weekend day we have fresh Polish breakfast sausage or fresh bacon and eggs. We make drip coffee, Maui Red Rooster, Salvadoran pea berry, or other specialty dark roast coffee. The other weekend breakfast is bagels and smoked fish. Everything is available within 10 miles of home, just not in the same direction.
     
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    I'm into heavy vegetable use and health.

    Bell peppers, onions, asparagus, broccoli... depending on what's in stock. I often add in a fruit like apples, grapes, or oranges. Some egg whites, a little cheese of the day, a crumbled strip of turkey bacon or two. Some times jalapenos or serranos if I'm in the mood.

    Fry the veggies with olive oil. Crumble in bacon. Add the eggs. Top with shredded cheese.
     
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    Don't cook the oatmeal next time. Just eat it with sugar and milk. You'll be FULLER an hour later.
    Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches are great in the morning. Toasting the bread makes it seem like a breakfast thing at least.
     
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    Who has time for breakfast? I have to be at work.
     
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    Fried bananas w/ maple syrup.
     
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    Start the Day Right: Milk Punch!

    Milk punch is a drink made with brandy or bourbon, milk, sugar, and vanilla extract. Get this: the drink was first written down in 1688 in Scotland! How’s that for history? The first mention in a cookbook was in 1711. Benjamin Franklin even recorded a version of it in 1763. So it’s got quite the history.

    A popular type of milk punch you’ve probably heard of? Eggnog! But to us, milk punch is exponentially tastier, at least in our book. The ingredients you’ll need for milk punch are:

    • Whole milk
    • Bourbon whiskey
    • Brandy
    • Simple syrup
    • Vanilla
    • Grated nutmeg, for the garnish
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    Cheers!
     
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    Add a teaspoon or two of Coffee Mate. Takes it up a notch into creamy territory.


    Got leftover pizza in the fridge? Dice a slice or two into 1/2" chunks, crusts and all. Whisk up two or three eggs and dump the pizza chunks in and stir it up. Pour that into a greased/buttered small skillet on medium low heat and cover for about five minutes. You end up with a frittata-like frisbee that's delicious with a cup of hot coffee.

    Pretty much any leftover meats/veggies can be treated this way, tossed into whisked eggs and then cooked in a lidded skillet.
     
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