TELL VT: What’s Your Power Breakfast?

By Vegetarian Times June 1, 2013 Categories: TELL VT

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We want to know: What’s your favorite breakfast that keeps you going until lunchtime? We love the Quinoa-Rice Granola, pictured above. Share your answer below and see what others have to say. Our favorite responses will be published in the next issue of Vegetarian Times.

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Experimented yesterday. Needed to come off simple carbs after Thanksgiving week so sauteed an apple (crisp and fresh to start) and topped with toasted sliced almonds along with a few chopped dates.

Susan Wahid - 2013-12-05 13:38:40

I make a homemade maple pecan coconut granola and eat that with fresh fruit---last me all morning

carolyn - 2013-10-12 16:12:13

Egg white sandwhich- Fried egg white with a little bit of chopped up spinach and red onion on two pieces of whole wheat seduction loaf bread spread with fresh ground raw almond butter and a side of sliced kiwis. Yum.

Candace - 2013-07-16 02:32:37

An Ezekial Bread English muffin with peanut butter and slices of banana on top.

Laurie S. - 2013-07-14 14:17:25

The Malaysian way: roti canai (Malaysian flat bread) dipped in dhal (lentil) curry. If you are really hungry, you can fry the dough in an egg. Add extra chilis if you really want some kick in your morning!

Kim - 2013-07-09 12:05:06

A bowl of greek yogurt stuffed with fresh fruit and maybe a few slivered almonds. A little crunch makes it that much more satisfying and filling!

April Shroeder - 2013-07-08 00:00:44

Tofu Scramble with a slice of whole grain toast and a glass of V-8.

Clyde Leonard - 2013-07-06 18:43:00

I like to toast a piece of homemade 15 grain bread, smear a little peanut butter on it, sprinkle with a bit of black salt and a spoon of nutritional yeast and top with a mild green chili. Tastes so good.

Mary Ross - 2013-07-05 05:57:29

My favorite breakfast is Scrambled Tofu. There are lots of recipes for it, but I like to put some cooked bulgur (or whatever leftover whole grain you have) in a hot pan with a bit of olive oil, crumble up a block of firm tofu, toss it about a while with chopped onion and garlic (the more the merrier and let them sit a minute after chopping to activate the cancer fighting ingredient, allicin). Then the fun part -- open up the spice cupboard and go wild! I use cumin and turmeric (both strong anti-inflammatorys), a salt-free mixed herb blend, a dash of cayenne, pepper then finish with some nutritional yeast flakes and a splash of Braggs Soy Seasoning! Changing the spices and herbs a bit every time adds to the adventure and it is always delicious! And you definitely won't be hungry again until lunchtime!

Janice Atkey Videto - 2013-07-02 17:37:31

Black Forest Oatmeal! Plain oatmeal, dried tart cherries, extra dark chocolate. Then I throw in some walnuts and a little coconut just for fun.

K.C. Peek - 2013-06-28 13:31:28

My favorite breakfast right now is a wrap! A sprouted grain wrap with Dijon mustard, an egg or a Gardein breakfast patty, a little sliced avocado, some romaine and chopped tomato. It's great - has plenty of protein, and I love the spicy start to my day! Try it - you'll like it!!

Joyce Suchy - 2013-06-28 12:47:34

The Glowing Green Smoothie by Beauty Detox is an essential part of my mornings. It has lots of yummy fruits and veggies in it, like spinach, romaine lettuce, celery, apples, pears, and bananas. It's a great way to give you a boost in the morning!

Sammi Warzniak - 2013-06-28 04:10:45

Peanut butter and banana oatmeal. Make a serving of plain oatmeal, mix in a heaping tablespoon of peanut butter, slice up a banana, and sprinkle a few chocolate chips on top. Yummy and sticks to my bones until lunchtime!

Tiffany - 2013-06-27 14:06:46

I love eating Fage 0% plain Greek yogurt, with a drop of honey. Kashi Go Lean Crunch and seasonal fruit.

Marcyline - 2013-06-26 16:19:44

Fruit with oats 2 C. water 1 handful cranberries (fresh or frozen) 1 handful raisins 1 small apple (peeled, cored, diced) a dash of cinnamon 4 dates, chopped 1 C. organic oatmeal 1 handful broken walnuts Served with real maple syrup and milk or cream

Misty Beck - 2013-06-25 17:55:00