Sliced turkey with a cooked egg and american cheese on english muffin, Tropicana OJ, and two cups of Folgers coffee, the first with International Delights Sugar Cookie creamer, the second with White Chocolate Raspberry creamer.
No fair! I usually only have real breakfast on the weekends since I can't haul my carcass out of bed on weekday mornings in time before I leave for work. Today I had a cup of yogurt, an apricot Clif bar and a big glass of plain iced tea in lieu of hot coffee at my desk since it is already hot here this morning. Happy Monday!
Because sleep is overrated and I'm supposed to be off for the rest of the week, and I was up late last night because my mom had an accident at home and ended up in hospital and then woke up 90 min early today, I ran an errand with my guy AND still had time to fix a hearty bowl of Special K with nonfat milk before I left for work.Once here I made coffee and had a Tillamook strawberry Greek yogurt which is one of the best Greek yogurts I have had and now makes Oikos unsatisfying (Oikos was my standard yogurt cup for breakfast).
I have the day off. From-scratch buttermilk waffles with butter and maple syrup and coffee. I changed my mind and tried out Martha Stewart's buttermilk pancake recipe instead. In my experience the buttermilk makes or breaks the finished product but there is no way to predict what the buttermilk will be like. This time I was lucky and all is well.
Blueberry bagel, since it was the last one left at work. I normally wouldn't eat that flavor but since I can't smell well due to recovery from the cold I caught it didn't really matter And coffee and water. And EmerGenC.
I remembered to bring the big container of The Greek Gods plain yogurt to work and had that as breakfast with chopped Fuji apple. It is less expensive per serving than buying individual cups and I'd rather have fresh fruit than the fruit goop (except the Tillamook nectarine goop, which is delicious). And coffee, Peet's Fair Trade.
I'm having a tight budget right now so my breakfast are only brewed coffee and egg sandwich. I'm still thankful for this breakfast menu that I'm having for three days now. Hopefully, tomorrow will be different.
gwengrinn said: I'm having a tight budget right now so my breakfast are only brewed coffee and egg sandwich. I'm still thankful for this breakfast menu that I'm having for three days now. Hopefully, tomorrow will be different. Some say they can't afford eggs, so here is to having eggs in the house! (right there with you)
We have been trying out different plain Greek yogurts. I would rather make it myself but my guy isn't into it. We were buying Fage 2% or their 0% and it was ok, but then we tried The Greek Gods brand. It is full-fat, but the flavor and texture are remarkably better in our opinion. So for my breakfast I am eating the Fage with apple chunks, leaving the The Greek Gods brand for him.
My yogurt preference still remains trader Joes euro style whole milk. No clear winner on Greek for me, tj makes a good one, and so is the Cabot full fat at publix. I don't really shop at TJs much anymore. Pricing isn't great and their dairy often spoils prior to the pull date. Could be improper storage at their stores, but as it has happened at several different locations I'm not sure. We prefer to buy in-season, local produce.They sell a good amount of imported produce. If Tilllamook brand ever starts selling the bigger size container of plain Greek I will switch brands. So far they are selling individual servings only and the plainest flavor is vanilla, which doesn't work at all for savory purposes.
Drat, I thought I had yogurt at work and I was mistaken. My remaining choices are oatmeal, cinnamon raisin English muffin. apricot Clif bar, Hostess chocolate devils food mini donuts. I went for the toasted English muffin and coffee. Going to the greasy restaurant with the delicious traditional Mexican food for lunch today.
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