Replacement for McDonalds' breakfast?

So, every morning I get up late, rush to get out of the house and skip breakfast - that is until I get into town and walk into McDonalds. I have a sausage and egg bagel everyday, and because it's full of protein and fat it does keep me full, but it's got to go.

So after looking for a replacement breakfast, I've decided to give avocado and poached eggs on toast a go. I hope it fills me up!

Any other suggestions I could try?

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  • If you look at the Topics recipes and log onto the Daily Diary, you'll get heaps of ideas, Abe :)

  • The replacement sounds lovely.. have you looked at the Daily Diary.. lots of ideas on there.. overnight oats is popular.. and if your running late, and they are in a sealed jar or container.. they would be ready to go with you!

    Cheering you on for all the tweets and adjustments on the way 🎉🎉🎉

  • Avocado and poached egg - nothing nicer!

    I put my poached on on slices of griddles aubergine to reduce carb intake and it is so delicious.

  • Avocado and poached egg - that's the best breakfast!

    I usually eat oatmeal in all variations ;) It's fast to make and keeps me full for quite a long time!

  • You could always make your own:

    goodtoknow.co.uk/recipes/54...

  • Mmmm, I love the sound of 'Avocado and Poached eggs on wholemeal toast' - yum! :-)

  • Porridge over winter is always nice

  • While a S&E McMufiin certainly is enjoyable (once or twice a month), your body will function far better upon poached egg with avocado. Add griddled or oven baked tomatoes, alongside streaky smoked bacon and it'll be a truly fantastic breakfast.

    In addition to its mono-unsaturated fat content, an avocado also contains a lot of fibre, making the inclusion of wholemeal toast optional. As such, consider combining the above (minus the toast) in a breakfast omelette.

  • The trouble I have is making something satisfying, that's also healthy, quick and simple. i think making an omelette could be just the ticket. Cheers :)

  • Sounds great!!

  • Steep porridge overnight then cook in microvave. Top with sliced banana and spoonful of natural yogurt. .. 😊my favourite

  • I normally smash myself in the face with a large plank for breakfast

  • Mc Donalds do a porridge too. Try it.

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