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Breakfast

I'm interested in finding out how many people manage to make time for breakfast everyday! And if you do manage to, how do you fit it in?

If you don't have it everyday, how often do you manage to have it?

And what would be your ideal breakfast?

Last reply: 19th Sep 2017 / 687 replies / Post by Cafestudy Admin

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owl-hollow

Posted by: owl-hollow
Posted: 12th Apr 2013

owl-hollow says: I have always managed to have breakfast. When younger it was a few wheatbix with cold or hot milk, depending on the season. And a cup of coffee with milk and Milo added. Then I switched to eating one crumpet toasted and spread with butter and vegemite - which I have eaten for years, with a cup of coffee with milk and Milo added. In recent years I have switched to drinking white coffee by itself and I still enjoy my crumpet, though over the last 3 months, I have been cooking and eating bacon and tomatoes each day for breakfast with herbal tea, as I am getting rid of my sugar addiction. But I am going back to my one crumpet for breakfast, as it only contains dextrose, and not harmful sucrose/fructose. I find it only takes about 15 to 20 mins to cook and eat breakfast (bacon & tomato) and less for a crumpet. So I don't know why anyone would have to go without breakfast, unless you were really running late and short of time. Reply

ashika

Posted by: ashika
Posted: 12th Apr 2013

owl-hollow says: I have always managed to have breakfast. When younger it was a few wheatbix with cold or hot milk, depending on the season. And a cup of coffee with milk and Milo added. Then I switched to...

ashika says: well some people are just unorganized and unwilling to do it . everyone is different Reply

Yulafin

Posted by: Yulafin
Posted: 5th Apr 2014

ashika says: well some people are just unorganized and unwilling to do it . everyone is different

Yulafin says: yes everyone is different. some mornings i dont have time and resort to an up and go other mornings i am highly organised. i try not to cook my breakfast meals as they take longer but if i do have the time i will do porridge Reply

daisy

Posted by: daisy
Posted: 21st Mar 2015

Yulafin says: yes everyone is different. some mornings i dont have time and resort to an up and go other mornings i am highly organised. i try not to cook my breakfast meals as they take longer but if i do have...

daisy says: have you got amicro wave you can buy those porriges that you put in the micro wave for 1minute that way you are getting some good fibre as well because porridge gives you energy as well Reply

Pegasus

Posted by: Pegasus
Posted: 1st Sep 2015

daisy says: have you got amicro wave you can buy those porriges that you put in the micro wave for 1minute that way you are getting some good fibre as well because porridge gives you energy as well

Pegasus says: I love the new microwave porridge - better than the GLUG of my childhood. Reply

daisy

Posted by: daisy
Posted: 12th Jan 2016

Pegasus says: I love the new microwave porridge - better than the GLUG of my childhood.

daisy says: please to here it pegaus Reply

marktime

Posted by: marktime
Posted: 27th Sep 2016

Pegasus says: I love the new microwave porridge - better than the GLUG of my childhood.

marktime says: I am the complete opposite I tried those quick oats, once and went back to the Uncle Tobys traditional , even forgetting about it and let it boil over like Dad. Reply

Gerry

Posted by: Gerry
Posted: 16th Jul 2017

Pegasus says: I love the new microwave porridge - better than the GLUG of my childhood.

Gerry says: Heaps more expensive though... Reply

keith

Posted by: keith
Posted: 11th Jan 2016

daisy says: have you got amicro wave you can buy those porriges that you put in the micro wave for 1minute that way you are getting some good fibre as well because porridge gives you energy as well

keith says: I only eat breakfast if I am hungry Reply

daisy

Posted by: daisy
Posted: 12th Jan 2016

keith says: I only eat breakfast if I am hungry

daisy says: you should eat breakfast keith its the most important meal of the day dont you do enough in your life your burn enough killa gulles to have breakfast keitheven if you have 1 weetbix or some thing small is better than no break fast at all Reply

CSD

Posted by: CSD
Posted: 16th Jul 2017

keith says: I only eat breakfast if I am hungry

CSD says: Whilst I understand the reason to eat breakfast following a prolonged time of not eating when asleep, I just don't feel hungry and cannot face eating. Very occasionally I may just take a slice of mild cheese or a small piece of fruit. I don't understand the hysteria about eating at certain times, I only eat when I am hungry.
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daisy

Posted by: daisy
Posted: 13th Apr 2014

ashika says: well some people are just unorganized and unwilling to do it . everyone is different

daisy says: icant go with out mybreAKFASTIT GIVESME STRENgTH FOR THE DAY iuse to go with out break fast many moons ago but felt icouldnt get much donewithout my breakie breakie is the most important meal of the day Reply

Robbie Dee

Posted by: Robbie Dee
Posted: 6th Apr 2015

ashika says: well some people are just unorganized and unwilling to do it . everyone is different

Robbie Dee says: I wouldn't say its being unorganised and the unwillingness to do so, but more to the fact of do they have time, do they work. They may even have problems with eating breakfast in the mornings. Its just certain individualism that enables us to eat breakfast or not. Whether that be a quick piece of toast in the morning, or bacon and eggs. It just depends on peoples circumstances. Reply

bettythrelfo

Posted by: bettythrelfo
Posted: 3rd May 2013

owl-hollow says: I have always managed to have breakfast. When younger it was a few wheatbix with cold or hot milk, depending on the season. And a cup of coffee with milk and Milo added. Then I switched to...

bettythrelfo says: Its a funny thing about breakfast. I found that if I did not bother to eat breakfast but had lunch and dinner normally, about 3 p.m. every afternoon I would feel really hollow, and couldnt get anywhere at work. Found that when I started to eat of a morning, a couple of slices of toast, and vegemite, or crumpets or even sliced tomatoes on toast I was much better to0 work, and did not get that very lethargic feeling, so not only ..... you are what you eat..... but they also are finding school children need that fuel supplement first thing.. Guess I am never too old to learn.. and yes it does not make much difference to your weight... so I do agree with owl-hollow........ Reply

Sarah m

Posted by: Sarah m
Posted: 19th May 2013

owl-hollow says: I have always managed to have breakfast. When younger it was a few wheatbix with cold or hot milk, depending on the season. And a cup of coffee with milk and Milo added. Then I switched to...

Sarah m says: I manage to havr breakfast every morning as I have to set a good example for my children.My ideal breakfast is cereal and juice. Reply

Teenz

Posted by: Teenz
Posted: 13th Apr 2014

Sarah m says: I manage to havr breakfast every morning as I have to set a good example for my children.My ideal breakfast is cereal and juice.

Teenz says: I have never eaten breakfast, I usually eat about 10am. But noticed my daughter isn't eating breakfast either, even with me nagging her every morning. I will now eat breakfast myself and hope she will follow suit. Thank you for reminding me how important it is for children to have breakfast Reply

diann

Posted by: diann
Posted: 3rd Jul 2014

Teenz says: I have never eaten breakfast, I usually eat about 10am. But noticed my daughter isn't eating breakfast either, even with me nagging her every morning. I will now eat breakfast myself and hope she...

diann says: I was the same, and now I am having breakfast so my 12 year old will eat breakfast as well, for me and her it is just laziness, but now we are having breakfast together we are getting to know each other a little more in our hectic lifestyle :) Reply

Rainbow

Posted by: Rainbow
Posted: 8th Jan 2015

diann says: I was the same, and now I am having breakfast so my 12 year old will eat breakfast as well, for me and her it is just laziness, but now we are having breakfast together we are getting to know each...

Rainbow says: That's really valuable time together she will remember and treasure. It is important to take time out of our hectic lifestyles to spend time with our children and she will value that time together, especially as she gets older. I work as a secondary school counselor and so many kids tell me how much they crave that time with their parents. They would even give up some activities, such as sport to spend time. Well done on building that into your lifestyle now. :-) Reply

diann

Posted by: diann
Posted: 8th Jan 2015

Rainbow says: That's really valuable time together she will remember and treasure. It is important to take time out of our hectic lifestyles to spend time with our children and she will value that time together,...

diann says: Thanks for your reply, I work at a secondary school in the office and I know what you are talking about. It leaves me gob smacked at how some parents respond to their children. I never had a close relationship with my parents, but make sure I am with my 3 girls. I wonder sometimes if it was the right thing because the oldest who is 22 prefers to spend holidays with mum instead of the boyfriend. Time to leave the nest please :) Reply

Haque

Posted by: Haque
Posted: 3rd Mar 2015

Sarah m says: I manage to havr breakfast every morning as I have to set a good example for my children.My ideal breakfast is cereal and juice.

Haque says: Breakfast is necessary for the good health and breakfast should be a complete and healthy diet. Reply

daisy

Posted by: daisy
Posted: 21st Mar 2015

Sarah m says: I manage to havr breakfast every morning as I have to set a good example for my children.My ideal breakfast is cereal and juice.

daisy says: thats agood idea sarah juice and ceareal Reply

daisy

Posted by: daisy
Posted: 2nd Jul 2015

Sarah m says: I manage to havr breakfast every morning as I have to set a good example for my children.My ideal breakfast is cereal and juice.

daisy says: thats fair enough sarg toast and juice does that keep you going until lunch time or dont you eat lunch iknow the topic is breakfast but ithought iwould just ask Reply

keith

Posted by: keith
Posted: 11th Jan 2016

Sarah m says: I manage to havr breakfast every morning as I have to set a good example for my children.My ideal breakfast is cereal and juice.

keith says: well some people are just unorganized and unwilling to do it . everyone is different ............I prefer porridge more natural
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archer

Posted by: archer
Posted: 28th Apr 2016

keith says: well some people are just unorganized and unwilling to do it . everyone is different ............I prefer porridge more natural

archer says: archer says I have always made time for breakfast weather it be two weetbix and milk or porridge when I was young to nutri grain and milk no sugar,or toast with marmalade or peanut butter now Reply

wendel

Posted by: wendel
Posted: 23rd Dec 2013

owl-hollow says: I have always managed to have breakfast. When younger it was a few wheatbix with cold or hot milk, depending on the season. And a cup of coffee with milk and Milo added. Then I switched to...

wendel says: Remembering when I was young it was weetbix in the summer and porridge in the winter with a cup of tea. Nowadays it's vegemite on toast with a cup of tea. Reply

w-alice

Posted by: w-alice
Posted: 17th Feb 2014

owl-hollow says: I have always managed to have breakfast. When younger it was a few wheatbix with cold or hot milk, depending on the season. And a cup of coffee with milk and Milo added. Then I switched to...

w-alice says: what is your reason to have glucose for breakfast but cutting out fructose and fructose+glucose= sucrose? Reply

owl-hollow

Posted by: owl-hollow
Posted: 18th Feb 2014

w-alice says: what is your reason to have glucose for breakfast but cutting out fructose and fructose+glucose= sucrose?

owl-hollow says: I have been doing heaps of research on what is healthy for our bodies and have come to the conclusion that fructose (other than when contained and eaten in a whole piece of fruit, occassionally) and sugar in its many sneaky forms, are basically bad for us and doing us harm. At the very least, they are what big business is using to keep us addicted to and buying more processed foods. Until I started closely looking, I didn't realise how much sugar is added to most things we eat. I even found that a plain, frozen turkey hind quarter, had sugar added to it. WHY? The only reason could possibly be that they want us to buy more, so the food companies feed our sugar addiction. Fructose stuffs up our bodies switches, so that we feel that we need to eat more and more, even though we have eaten plenty already. One of the main reasons we are all becoming obese and over weight. The government would like to put the blame back onto us, by saying that we are too lazy and don't move and exercise enough. But that is total rubbish. You don't need to eat less or move more to loose weight. I am living proof of that. Since giving up fructose a year ago, I have lost 20 kilos. I eat plenty. I just eat smarter - no fructose, except for the occasional raw honey (and it needs to be raw honey, so it still contains all its goodness) and the occasional piece of fruit or frozen berries. I eat lots of good fats - animal and coconut oil and butter - which helps to satisfy you longer and give you long acting energy, as well as making your food taste amazing. BUT as I am a wheelchair user, I spend most of my day sitting on my butt. There is tons of information on the net. Get hold of all David Gillespie's books - Sweet Poison; The Sweet Poison Quit Plan, and cookbook; and his books Toxic Oil; Big Fat Lies, which go into why we shouldn't be ever consuming Margarine, and all the seed oils eg. canola, vegetable oil, etc. And we shouldn't be using olive oil to cook with, as it is not heat stable. Coconut oil is a far better choice. David's books are a good start to your research. Good luck! It is time we stopped believing that the Heart Foundation and the Government - have our best interests at heart. They are both ruled by the almighty dollar. Follow their guidelines and your health will suffer for it. Reply

w-alice

Posted by: w-alice
Posted: 18th Feb 2014

owl-hollow says: I have been doing heaps of research on what is healthy for our bodies and have come to the conclusion that fructose (other than when contained and eaten in a whole piece of fruit, occassionally)...

w-alice says: thank you for your detailed reply, interesting ... my personal view is however more aligned with the daa. added sugar is not good however whether it is dextrose,fructose or sucrose doesn't really matter as it is all converted to glucose in our bodies anyway Reply

Blossom

Posted by: Blossom
Posted: 9th Apr 2014

owl-hollow says: I have been doing heaps of research on what is healthy for our bodies and have come to the conclusion that fructose (other than when contained and eaten in a whole piece of fruit, occassionally)...

Blossom says: Not all people can digest coconut. Margarine is not processed the same as USA is so is less dangerous than it used to be. One Dietician/Nutrition to me to stay off Dairy but told me to cook with butter. It was wierd I was allowed to eat eggs and bacon for breakfast once a week, the rest of it I mostly ate the same as I had for tea the night before. I have insulin resistance (my liver makes too much insulin) My cholestarol "went through the roof" and my insulin dropped very little. I as eating mainly vegetables and very lean chicken or beef. Another problem it caused was constipation because I was not eating good fats either. Fruit was a treat so I was missing out on fibre from it too. I also wasn't allowed any grain products at all. Yes, I lost weight but it also caused shocking headaches. Apparently you are only supposed to stay on that strict a diet for 6 weeks. I was told it was permanent. My GP and another dietician both said it was dangerous to stay on that diet for longer than 6 weeks at the most. It was high Protein, low carbohydrate (good and bad). Reply

kreative

Posted by: kreative
Posted: 30th Apr 2014

owl-hollow says: I have been doing heaps of research on what is healthy for our bodies and have come to the conclusion that fructose (other than when contained and eaten in a whole piece of fruit, occassionally)...

kreative says: I agree that you don't need to eat less or move more. I was living on salads (dressing free) and salmon or chicken and putting on weight, while doing 2 hrs aerobics a week. I have had to give all of that up for health reasons and am not putting on any weight despite eating more meat and steamed veges more. It does not mean I eat a lot of junk either. It has more been about balancing hormones and cortisol levels. Interesting that the weight piled on about the time of puberty. Adrenal health also plays a vital role. Like you, healthy oils are beneficial. It is also important to cut out the additives, GMO's and processed junk that is in most things. Shop at country markets where possible for fruit and veg, meat and fish. Skip the supermarkets and if you do need to use them, the outer aisles - both sides, and back, are the ones to buy from for the most part - i.e. fresh fruit and veg, meat, milk.

Eating sensibly -- not low fat or eating salads all the time is working for me. Reply

nag

Posted by: nag
Posted: 18th Apr 2015

kreative says: I agree that you don't need to eat less or move more. I was living on salads (dressing free) and salmon or chicken and putting on weight, while doing 2 hrs aerobics a week. I have had to give all...

nag says: Healthy life style maintaing is not an easy joke, one should have strong will power and determination. In my view present generation it may not be possible, because day to day working is so stressfull and tention, normally people will not give much importance to all the above life style. But still many people are into good healthy life style, lucky people. Any way thanks for asking reply. GoodDay. Reply

antuster

Posted by: antuster
Posted: 24th Apr 2015

kreative says: I agree that you don't need to eat less or move more. I was living on salads (dressing free) and salmon or chicken and putting on weight, while doing 2 hrs aerobics a week. I have had to give all...

antuster says: My ideal breakfast is something that I love eating everyday, and that which is easy to make. Reply

dollymay

Posted by: dollymay
Posted: 13th Jun 2014

owl-hollow says: I have been doing heaps of research on what is healthy for our bodies and have come to the conclusion that fructose (other than when contained and eaten in a whole piece of fruit, occassionally)...

dollymay says: I agree with what you are saying. I do a lot of reseach myself about food. Alot of the things we eat cause cancer. Which is becoming an epidimic.the government dont care so long as the dollars roll in. Chemist companies keep us in tablets. Big money for them inthat. people just beleive them without finding out for themselves. Reply

daisy

Posted by: daisy
Posted: 21st Mar 2015

owl-hollow says: I have been doing heaps of research on what is healthy for our bodies and have come to the conclusion that fructose (other than when contained and eaten in a whole piece of fruit, occassionally)...

daisy says: so treu having the 5food groups one of the five food groupseach day is what they recommend Reply

ravikishan

Posted by: ravikishan
Posted: 27th Mar 2014

owl-hollow says: I have always managed to have breakfast. When younger it was a few wheatbix with cold or hot milk, depending on the season. And a cup of coffee with milk and Milo added. Then I switched to...

ravikishan says: yes
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s

Posted by: s
Posted: 6th Mar 2015

ravikishan says: yes

s says: I always manage to have breakfast everyday.
My rule is I don't leave the home without breakfast.

Sometimes from vegetables and fruit mixed in my George Foreman mix and go blender.
Sometimes I have cereal or in the winter oats plain done in the microwave.

They say if you eat breakfast it is better for you and you eat less food if you eat it. Reply

Joh :)

Posted by: Joh :)
Posted: 24th Apr 2014

owl-hollow says: I have always managed to have breakfast. When younger it was a few wheatbix with cold or hot milk, depending on the season. And a cup of coffee with milk and Milo added. Then I switched to...

Joh :) says: I alway manage to have breakfast. Normally a couple of pieces of toast with peanut Butter. Sometimes i will have Vanilla Yoghurt with Uncle Tobies Plus (no Milk). Its is easy to find the time for breakfast. I believe if you say you can't , you are just being lazy. Reply

Zena76

Posted by: Zena76
Posted: 22nd May 2014

Joh :) says: I alway manage to have breakfast. Normally a couple of pieces of toast with peanut Butter. Sometimes i will have Vanilla Yoghurt with Uncle Tobies Plus (no Milk). Its is easy to find the time for...

Zena76 says: yes, I agree with you. People who say that they don't have enough time - just being lazy. Reply

swartz

Posted by: swartz
Posted: 22nd May 2014

owl-hollow says: I have always managed to have breakfast. When younger it was a few wheatbix with cold or hot milk, depending on the season. And a cup of coffee with milk and Milo added. Then I switched to...

swartz says: i never have breakfast...just a coffee..however when its both myself and my husbands dayoff he makes this brunch...he makes us bacon and egg on toast with baked beans...i love my eggs runny... Reply

Ezmeralda

Posted by: Ezmeralda
Posted: 5th Jun 2014

owl-hollow says: I have always managed to have breakfast. When younger it was a few wheatbix with cold or hot milk, depending on the season. And a cup of coffee with milk and Milo added. Then I switched to...

Ezmeralda says: I Only ever ate Breakfast when i was younger. Now that im older i find it hard to even find the time to eat breakfest let alone at all. The only times i do ever get breakky would be when im out and about early in the morning. Its sad i know, but sometimes its just the way it works! Reply

Haque

Posted by: Haque
Posted: 3rd Mar 2015

owl-hollow says: I have always managed to have breakfast. When younger it was a few wheatbix with cold or hot milk, depending on the season. And a cup of coffee with milk and Milo added. Then I switched to...

Haque says: yes owl-hollow i also managed to have a breakfast in my daily routine. I don't remember in my life when i left breakfast. My breakfast consist of Boil egg, bread and a cup of milk. Sometimes i hanged my routine according to weather. Breakfast plays an important role in the day routine. Reply

daisy

Posted by: daisy
Posted: 21st Mar 2015

owl-hollow says: I have always managed to have breakfast. When younger it was a few wheatbix with cold or hot milk, depending on the season. And a cup of coffee with milk and Milo added. Then I switched to...

daisy says: thats good you are having ahealthy breakfast having to much bacon isnt good for you when you cooky it and can turn fatty depends on the bacon thou Reply

daisy

Posted by: daisy
Posted: 21st Mar 2015

owl-hollow says: I have always managed to have breakfast. When younger it was a few wheatbix with cold or hot milk, depending on the season. And a cup of coffee with milk and Milo added. Then I switched to...

daisy says: thats good you are having ahealthy breakfast having to much bacon isnt good for you when you cooky it and can turn fatty depends on the bacon thou Reply

daisy

Posted by: daisy
Posted: 21st Mar 2015

owl-hollow says: I have always managed to have breakfast. When younger it was a few wheatbix with cold or hot milk, depending on the season. And a cup of coffee with milk and Milo added. Then I switched to...

daisy says: thats good you are having ahealthy breakfast having to much bacon isnt good for you when you cooky it and can turn fatty depends on the bacon thou Reply

daisy

Posted by: daisy
Posted: 27th Jun 2015

owl-hollow says: I have always managed to have breakfast. When younger it was a few wheatbix with cold or hot milk, depending on the season. And a cup of coffee with milk and Milo added. Then I switched to...

daisy says: ithink break fast is the most important mealof the day Icant go with out my break fast Reply

Pegasus

Posted by: Pegasus
Posted: 1st Sep 2015

owl-hollow says: I have always managed to have breakfast. When younger it was a few wheatbix with cold or hot milk, depending on the season. And a cup of coffee with milk and Milo added. Then I switched to...

Pegasus says: You put MILO in your coffee? That's weird.
Reply

Burnt Out Digger

Posted by: Burnt Out Digger
Posted: 1st Oct 2015

owl-hollow says: I have always managed to have breakfast. When younger it was a few wheatbix with cold or hot milk, depending on the season. And a cup of coffee with milk and Milo added. Then I switched to...

Burnt Out Digger says: I try to have a big breakfast everyday on the basis that it sets up a good foundation for the rest of the day Reply

bube

Posted by: bube
Posted: 5th Mar 2016

owl-hollow says: I have always managed to have breakfast. When younger it was a few wheatbix with cold or hot milk, depending on the season. And a cup of coffee with milk and Milo added. Then I switched to...

bube says: My make my daily fruit and vegetable smoothy everyday it is good and healty and very fast done Reply

mymonkey

Posted by: mymonkey
Posted: 25th Mar 2016

owl-hollow says: I have always managed to have breakfast. When younger it was a few wheatbix with cold or hot milk, depending on the season. And a cup of coffee with milk and Milo added. Then I switched to...

mymonkey says: I never miss breakfast, even if I have to get up really early.
Breakfast for me can be 2 sachets of hot oatmeal, one is not enough, I love brown sugar and cinnamon flavour... It could be a boiled egg on toast and a banana...and in summer I especially love toast with tomatoes sliced, sprinkle some sunflower seeds on top, salt and drizzle olive oil....yum Reply

mymonkey

Posted by: mymonkey
Posted: 25th Mar 2016

owl-hollow says: I have always managed to have breakfast. When younger it was a few wheatbix with cold or hot milk, depending on the season. And a cup of coffee with milk and Milo added. Then I switched to...

mymonkey says: Reply

mymonkey

Posted by: mymonkey
Posted: 25th Mar 2016

owl-hollow says: I have always managed to have breakfast. When younger it was a few wheatbix with cold or hot milk, depending on the season. And a cup of coffee with milk and Milo added. Then I switched to...

mymonkey says: where did my post go? Reply

Ghostgirl430

Posted by: Ghostgirl430
Posted: 8th Jul 2016

owl-hollow says: I have always managed to have breakfast. When younger it was a few wheatbix with cold or hot milk, depending on the season. And a cup of coffee with milk and Milo added. Then I switched to...

Ghostgirl430 says: I find I am usually all ways short on time, even while I was at school and working on my gap year and now at uni, I do struggle to wake up before 7:30 and when your class starts at 8 its a bit of a rush Reply

ashika

Posted by: ashika
Posted: 12th Apr 2013

ashika says: well to be honest am an early bird, so the first meal of the day is essential for me , inorder to maintain day routine, am a tea and milk person. Reply

owl-hollow

Posted by: owl-hollow
Posted: 12th Apr 2013

ashika says: well to be honest am an early bird, so the first meal of the day is essential for me , inorder to maintain day routine, am a tea and milk person.

owl-hollow says: owl-hollow says: I am definitely not an early bird. But I always allow about half an hour to have my breakfast and wouldn't want to start the day without it. Reply

willscarlett

Posted by: willscarlett
Posted: 21st May 2013

owl-hollow says: owl-hollow says: I am definitely not an early bird. But I always allow about half an hour to have my breakfast and wouldn't want to start the day without it.

willscarlett says: I guess some people don't have an hour sometimes. But I get your point; breakfast is important! But everybody is different. Reply

owl-hollow

Posted by: owl-hollow
Posted: 12th Apr 2013

owl-hollow says: I am definitely not an early bird. But I always allow about half an hour to have my breakfast and wouldn't want to start the day without it. Reply

schuby

Posted by: schuby
Posted: 14th Apr 2013

schuby says: I always make time for breakfast too. I cant function without it, and often feel sick if I don't have it. I have a very physical job, and need to be able to really focus on what im doing. I wouldn't be able to do it if I didn't have some fuel on board.Its just a matter of making it part of your routine.
When I have the time, on the weekend or on holidays, my favourite breakfast would be Eggs Benedict with some smoked salmon, yum !! Reply

Cafestudy Admin

Posted by: Cafestudy Admin
Posted: 17th Apr 2013

schuby says: I always make time for breakfast too. I cant function without it, and often feel sick if I don't have it. I have a very physical job, and need to be able to really focus on what im doing. I...

Cafestudy Admin says: Schuby that is my favourite breakfast too - yum!! Reading that has made me really want that for brekky but unfortunately I am stuck with a boring bowl of cereal today. Reply

Burkey

Posted by: Burkey
Posted: 6th Jun 2013

Cafestudy Admin says: Schuby that is my favourite breakfast too - yum!! Reading that has made me really want that for brekky but unfortunately I am stuck with a boring bowl of cereal today.

Burkey says: Usually just cereal HOWEVER on weekends I'll have bacon/sausages and eggs with toast-butter
during winter every morning I have uncle toby's oats-with a little suger! Reply

willscarlett

Posted by: willscarlett
Posted: 21st May 2013

schuby says: I always make time for breakfast too. I cant function without it, and often feel sick if I don't have it. I have a very physical job, and need to be able to really focus on what im doing. I...

willscarlett says: this will sound funny but I wish I was like you! I'm NEVER hungry in the morning and breakfast is always a chore I have to remember because my body doesn't tell me I need it. Reply

malo

Posted by: malo
Posted: 10th May 2014

schuby says: I always make time for breakfast too. I cant function without it, and often feel sick if I don't have it. I have a very physical job, and need to be able to really focus on what im doing. I...

malo says: Always have to have breakfast!! I just have a couple slices of toast and a cup of tea. Even when I was working this breakfast enabled me to do eat and do other things at the same time and it sustained me until lunch. Fav breakfast when I can get it bacon and eggs. OHYES PLEASE Reply

malo

Posted by: malo
Posted: 10th May 2014

schuby says: I always make time for breakfast too. I cant function without it, and often feel sick if I don't have it. I have a very physical job, and need to be able to really focus on what im doing. I...

malo says: Always have to have breakfast!! I just have a couple slices of toast and a cup of tea. Even when I was working this breakfast enabled me to do eat and do other things at the same time and it sustained me until lunch. Fav breakfast when I can get it bacon and eggs. OHYES PLEASE Reply

dlrmatrix

Posted by: dlrmatrix
Posted: 18th May 2014

schuby says: I always make time for breakfast too. I cant function without it, and often feel sick if I don't have it. I have a very physical job, and need to be able to really focus on what im doing. I...

dlrmatrix says: I always try and do brekky now even if just toast Reply

alana.smith

Posted by: alana.smith
Posted: 16th Apr 2013

alana.smith says: I manage to make breakfast everyday, even after a gym work out in the morning.
I wake up at 5:30am make sure I'm at the gy from 6-7am and have breakfast as soon as I get home, then we usually try leave for work from 8-8:30am.

Usually I have porridge with fruit in winter along with a coffee. I try mix it up with a fruit smoothie, eggs on toast or cereal with fruit. Reply

Chewie

Posted by: Chewie
Posted: 16th Apr 2013

Chewie says: I often don't feel hungry at breakfast and just used prepackaged protein shakes to get me through to lunch. Reply

rehana

Posted by: rehana
Posted: 16th Apr 2013

rehana says: i try and have my breakfast every morning but sometimes its just not possible with my busy life and my ideal breakfast is 2 slice toast bread with nutella and a cup of coffee Reply

gojuchick

Posted by: gojuchick
Posted: 17th Apr 2013

gojuchick says: I have cereal and fruit with juice everyday, My work is very flexible and I am currently a new stay at home mum.. I used to not be a breakfast person but now I love it and always make time for it. Reply

tracey100

Posted by: tracey100
Posted: 25th Mar 2014

gojuchick says: I have cereal and fruit with juice everyday, My work is very flexible and I am currently a new stay at home mum.. I used to not be a breakfast person but now I love it and always make time for it.

tracey100 says: I always make time for breakfast. I want to set a good example for my kids but I also couldn't last til lunchtime without it and would probably snack to compensate. I used to have two pieces of toast with vegemite but I am trying to lose weight so I have swapped to Special K with berries (pretty much the only cereal I like). Plus my cup of tea! I am a stay at home mum now so if I am running late to take my eldest child to school I can come home afterwards with my other two and have a late breakfast (on some days at least!). I eat with the children at night (5:30 ish) so I find I am generally pretty hungry the next morning. Reply

mubi

Posted by: mubi
Posted: 17th Apr 2013

mubi says: Not everyday obviously.it depends on time and to manage time have to get up early.
My ideal breakfast is fried egg with a cup of tea but mostly it is with any spread and coffea on my way to work. Reply

mubi

Posted by: mubi
Posted: 17th Apr 2013

mubi says: Not everyday obviously.it depends on time and to manage time have to get up early.
My ideal breakfast is fried egg with a cup of tea but mostly it is with any spread and coffea on my way to work. Reply

sauly8

Posted by: sauly8
Posted: 17th Apr 2013

sauly8 says: I usualy manage to have some toast on ocasions i will cook eggs hash browns but manly toast due to having no time Reply

Daisyday

Posted by: Daisyday
Posted: 18th Apr 2013

Daisyday says: Most frustrating trying to do!!! For the kids, I prepare their cereal before I go to bed along with cups ready to go for their hot chocolates. Purchase an Aldi coffee machine and you have their drinks prepared in two minutes. Your coffee is ready at the same time. With my breakfast, whilst their eating I organize mine. Toast with avocado and tomato. Quick and easy. It's hard to fit in, but I do it the best way I can. Good luck hope it helps Reply

Snipes454

Posted by: Snipes454
Posted: 18th Apr 2013

Snipes454 says: it really depends on your situation. if you have time to eat breakfast thats great but some people cant afford it or just dont have time until later, but i guess its called brunch then. Reply

dyl-bagger

Posted by: dyl-bagger
Posted: 18th Apr 2013

dyl-bagger says: I personally manage to fit breakfast in every morning, but that is most likely because I am currently a Uni student and not working. All of my lectures are at night so I have plenty of time to wake up in the morning, work out (or not!) and make some toast or oatmeal.

My ideal breakfast would be something filling, balanced and light. Perhaps some yoghurt w/fruit and two slices of whole-grain toast with butter and jelly, PB, or vegemite. Reply

ruky

Posted by: ruky
Posted: 19th Apr 2013

ruky says: I always have breakfast in the mornings, I have learnt how to make easy pancakes. That is why I always make them. I also drink coffe with milk every day Reply

Shake

Posted by: Shake
Posted: 19th Apr 2013

Shake says: It really depends on each individuals. I personally just buys liquid breakfast and have it on the way to school, it saves a great deal of time and effort, but exchanged with money. If you never find the time to have breakfast, i suggest you do the same, breakfast is actually really important to your health according to researches. Reply

rajni

Posted by: rajni
Posted: 19th Apr 2013

rajni says: i always take my breakfast at 9am in the morning ....n i'm always interested in making Indian dishes... Reply

Mumma

Posted by: Mumma
Posted: 19th Apr 2013

Mumma says: I love having breakfast! I wouldn't miss it for anything. I have it everyday. it's not a matter of fitting it in. it's part of my regular routine. I'm currently enjoying making some breakfast recipes inspired by Michelle Bridges! :) this morning was a boiled egg with Vegemite on toast and an orange, and tomorrow is apple muesli! Delicious!! :) my ideal breakfast is a smoothie, a banana smoothie!! :) Reply

abhorrentme

Posted by: abhorrentme
Posted: 21st Apr 2013

abhorrentme says: I am not a morning person! My body can't physically handle food until about 10am and I am already up and on the go By 7.30am In my busy schedule I only manage maybe a piece of fruit or a sandwich if i am lucky for a late breakfast! I am sure If I changed my routine I could get in the habit of eating breakfast.. But i am not too fussed. Reply

Ornum

Posted by: Ornum
Posted: 21st Apr 2013

Ornum says: yes I do have breakfast daily.
My partner has the same thing daily.
Toast and Coffee.
and I vary between cereals.
Weetbix or oats.
I am happy with these option Mon to Fri and an occasional eggs and bacon treat on weekends is always good. Reply

foodaddict28

Posted by: foodaddict28
Posted: 21st Apr 2013

foodaddict28 says: I manage to have breakfast every single morning and it's my favourite meal of the day! I make it part of my daily routine so as soon as I am changed and about to leave, I quickly have a bowl of my favourite cereal and then I am good to go. I have Just Right cereal every morning, boring but I like it.

When I sleep elsewhere for the night, I still manage to eat something before I start my day. If not cereal, I will go out with my friends for brunch - usually some museli and yoghurt or fruit toast.

I feel that breakfast is essential to starting a day and when I don't have it, I don't feel as refreshed and energised, but that's just my experience. Reply

freya

Posted by: freya
Posted: 21st Apr 2013

freya says: I never get time to eat breakfast always feel sick afterword. I envy those who have the time Reply

Captain  Slog

Posted by: Captain Slog
Posted: 28th Apr 2013

freya says: I never get time to eat breakfast always feel sick afterword. I envy those who have the time

Captain Slog says: Hi Freya, Everyone,
We had a Freya in our McDonald's Regent Crew in Brisbane in 1982. You aren't her, are you? She found $10. while cleaning under a table and, being Honest, handed it in to the Manager (not one of our best Managers) and he pocketed it. Poor Girl!
Anyway, Brekkie!
You can ALWAYS have time for a Good Breakfast. Even a very simple one.
I always get up around 5 40 am and have a Cuppa Tea and some Toast with Marmalade while I watch the BREAKFAST Program.
At 8 am, I then have a lovely serve of Porridge, which is done so simply, it virtually cooks itself while I'm feeding my cat or getting washed. Try it!
Put the Jug on.
In a decent sized bowl, put 1/2 a cup of Rolled Oats and a Pinch of salt (Add more if the taste isn't right), a Dessert spoon of Raw Sugar. Mix together and then add a small knob of Butter.
As soon as the Jug has boiled, add enough water to cover the oats completely. e.g., if using a Noodle Bowl, fill till 1 Inch from the top. cover with a plate and do your thing while it cooks.
After a few minutes, after you've freshened up, etc., it will be ready. All you have to do is add the milk and get stuck in.
ENJOY!
Please, Freya, and others, try not to skip Brekkie! Its the most important Meal of the day. It wakes you up! It makes you feel good, it gives you a boost.
IF you really want to "SKIP" Brekkie, have some. . . SKIPPY'S with Banana. That's how I "SKIP" Breakfast. Too cold now, though. Its Winter.
Take Good Care!
Best Wishes. Reply

kazstar999

Posted by: kazstar999
Posted: 22nd Apr 2013

kazstar999 says: I hardly ever eat breakfast which is the worst thing a person can do as it does kick start your metabolism for the day but due to a lot of stress lately I have lost my appetite !!! Reply

R.J's King

Posted by: R.J's King
Posted: 22nd Apr 2013

R.J's King says: I have breakfast every day I couldn't be without it. I normally have cereal or tost or sometimes both. I've never gone a day without breakfast. I have never had trouble with finding time for it there have been close calls where I over slept a little but then I just eat quickly ten minutes is usually enough time to eat a bowl of corn flaks Reply

tinky

Posted by: tinky
Posted: 22nd Apr 2013

tinky says: I make the time in the morning, everyday before leaving the house, to toast two slices of wholegrain bread (usually) with margarine and jam, along with a mug of tea. Breakfast happens every morning if I'm going out, however on the weekends I like to get my chores out of the way first thing, so end up having a late brunch with indulgent meals like pancakes, eggs and bacon, french toast or just having lunch.

My ideal breakfast : french toast with bacon, maple syrup and lots of fresh fruit with a pot of English Breakfast. Reply

Big Brother

Posted by: Big Brother
Posted: 23rd Apr 2013

Big Brother says: I think breakfast is critical to our health and everyday's work. I never skip breakfast. To allow some time for breakfast, I get up early. This is just about forming a habit. Once you get used to this routine, everything will work out for themself. A cup of milk and some fruit and bread are the typicaol breakfast for myself. Reply

emoxhair

Posted by: emoxhair
Posted: 25th Apr 2013

emoxhair says: I have breakfast every day. When I wa younger I used to skip it quite a bit because I wasn't hungry, but as I have gotten older I have noticed that if I don't have breakfast in the morning, I binge eat in the afternoon when I get home before I eat dinner... horrible!
My favourite meal of the day has now become breakfast.. I love eggs on wholemeal toast with avocado, and I love to go out for breakfast or brunch with friends - it is so nice when you can try different things for breakfast! Reply

Cee

Posted by: Cee
Posted: 25th Apr 2013

Cee says: I have to eat breakfast everyday. It is the first thing I do when i wake up in the morning, i go to the kitchen and make myself food. in summer its always muesli and yogurt and winter it's porridge. There is always a quick cereal or a piece of fruit handy if I slept in. Reply

Matuku

Posted by: Matuku
Posted: 25th Apr 2013

Matuku says: I have muesli with protein powder and stewed fruit and milk and a cuppa. I just have it in my routine for the morning so manage to fit it in okay Reply

heda

Posted by: heda
Posted: 25th Apr 2013

heda says: I love pancakes for breakfast but most times i have a slice of toast. Reply

Evillive194

Posted by: Evillive194
Posted: 25th Apr 2013

Evillive194 says: I always have breakfast at home.
I dont like having breakfast at school because the price is very expensive and the food doesnt look good!
I try to wake up early and have some sandwiches with milk! Its very nice Reply

rango

Posted by: rango
Posted: 26th Apr 2013

rango says: I am an early riser, and no matter how early my shift is in the morning I make sure I wake up an hour earlier to fit breakfast of cereal and coffee in. Ideal breakfast of course would be bacon and eggs. But realistically for health and convenience I stick to cereal and leave the warm breakfast for special occasions. Reply

Burkey

Posted by: Burkey
Posted: 26th Apr 2013

Burkey says: start by one coffee,+ then either cereal OR bacon & eggs it depends on if I have enough time! Reply

shaila

Posted by: shaila
Posted: 27th Apr 2013

shaila says: I HAVE MY BREAKFAST EACH DAY Reply

Galant

Posted by: Galant
Posted: 28th Apr 2013

Galant says: I make a point of having breakfast every morning> I never leave the house without having something to eat. Its become a part of my routine in the mornings like having a shower etc. I have never thought that its too much to make myself breakfast - in fact I quite enjoy brekkie. My most favourite is Porridge which I have in winter and Uncle tobys Cereals in Summer. Reply

brooke03

Posted by: brooke03
Posted: 28th Apr 2013

brooke03 says: here is a government funded program called MEND designed for children who are over weight or obese. The course is designed for families so the children are not on their own doing it, but teaching the whole family about diet exercise, lifestyle change, reading product labels, learning about food and so much more. I only found out about the program by chance. More information about these programs is needed at schools, doctors offices, community centres, centrelink, family assistant, childrens sports. Reply

muzmo

Posted by: muzmo
Posted: 28th Apr 2013

muzmo says: I always manage to make time for breakfast. I get up in plenty of time to both have breakfast and make my lunch. Ceral and toast it helps on the cycle to work and to get through the day. Reply

64Pink

Posted by: 64Pink
Posted: 29th Apr 2013

64Pink says: I usually can't eat first time in the morning, so depending on my routine, I often wait until morning time for something like a sandwich. If I'm home for the day, I usually have cereal when I get back from dropping my daughter off at school. Reply

Andrewsgirl

Posted by: Andrewsgirl
Posted: 30th Apr 2013

Andrewsgirl says: I eat breakfast every single day. It is something that's important and everyone should make time for. If I miss it I feel very unwell until I've eaten. It is the most important meal of the day because you havn't eaten for many hours and your body needs the fuel to get through the day. I eat cereal and toast but of course I would prefer eggs and bacon but that is too time consuming. Please make time for Brekky. Reply

batomo

Posted by: batomo
Posted: 30th Apr 2013

batomo says: I try to have breakfast every day but most days do not find the time to eat until 10:00am and then that throws me out for the rest of the day. I have had a stomach sleeve operation to help me stop eating but it means that I can't eat and drink at the same time. I need my coffee first in the morning so that is more important to me. I think that this is what is causing me to regain weight.
Does any one else have similar problems
Reply

rednal

Posted by: rednal
Posted: 30th Apr 2013

rednal says: Don't always have breakfast, maybe 4 out of 7 days but I always start the day with a chai tea or coffee...
The ideal breakfast is sitting in a cafe, paper in front of me and the old faithful... juice, 2 eggs (poached), bacon, tomato, mushrooms, sourdough toast maybe a hash brown & well made latte'.... At home a bowl of muesli with yoghurt and a coffee or chai.....
Reply

Flowerlicious

Posted by: Flowerlicious
Posted: 30th Apr 2013

Flowerlicious says: I make breakfast for my two boys and husband and always eat with them. We both work for ourselves, so start about 9am, so have plenty of time. Whether it is toast, cereal or cake and always a coffee. Breakfast the most important meal of the day. Reply

Bman

Posted by: Bman
Posted: 30th Apr 2013

Bman says: Sadly with the rush of everyday life I don't always find time to eat before I go to work.
I do find when I make some time to eat I feel much better all day long. Why don't I do this everyday I do not know. I know many people are this way.
Also when rushed everyday to get places I find I end up eating worse food which probably costs more as well rather then taking 15 minutes to make food at home. Reply

lizlucy

Posted by: lizlucy
Posted: 30th Apr 2013

lizlucy says: I proberly eat breakfast only on weekends. As i am too busy during weekdays before I go to work Reply

Dharati

Posted by: Dharati
Posted: 30th Apr 2013

Dharati says: Its depend upon individuals. I like to eat salad and cup of juice. Its really very helthy brekfast... Reply

Dharati

Posted by: Dharati
Posted: 30th Apr 2013

Dharati says: Reply

Tina60

Posted by: Tina60
Posted: 1st May 2013

Tina60 says: Have had more or less the same brekkie all my life. Juice, cereal with tin fruit,coffee. Then I take my vitamins. If you take vitamins you have to have after food so makes brekkie to me compulsory. Reply

kathy1

Posted by: kathy1
Posted: 1st May 2013

kathy1 says: I am an un-orthodox eater at the present time.
I cook a cup of white rice for mid-morning lunch.Maybe with a poached egg or 1 white toast with margarnie and peanut butter.Coffee and water afterwards or a orange juice.Vegetables added to the rice.
I try to include my portion of fruit after this meal.
I wake up early and start cooking about 7am. This food usually keeps me going until mid afternoon.
This is my staple food most days of the week Reply

Tyqs

Posted by: Tyqs
Posted: 1st May 2013

Tyqs says: Porridge is my favourite winter breakfast. It only takes a few minutes to make and it keeps me going all morning. You can vary it up by adding bananas, honey, nuts or dried fruits. I love it with saltanas!
I eat breakfast everyday. If I am really short of time, I just grab a banana or tub of yoghurt. Reply

joyful

Posted by: joyful
Posted: 3rd May 2013

joyful says: Breakfast is a must for me otherwise I am under the table by 9:30. A good muesli with some stewed fruit, or fresh and plain yogurt sets me up for the day even if I don't get to anything later. I often throw it into a plastic box and eat on the way to work or once I've got there. Sometimes I even get it together to eat it at home while I do my make up. Reply

tj

Posted by: tj
Posted: 4th May 2013

tj says: depends on what time i get up..at the moment it's probably 3 times a wk i have breaky.

MY IDEAL BREAKFAST WOULD B SCRAMBLED EGGS ON SOURDOUGH AND A HOT MUG OF HOT CHOCOLATE WHILE READING THE PAPER... Reply

Lydiaa

Posted by: Lydiaa
Posted: 8th May 2013

Lydiaa says: I have breakfast almost everyday, usually its food leftover from dinner the night before or toast. Breakfast is my first priority but if I don't have time I make sure I eat soon afterwards. Reply

spellman

Posted by: spellman
Posted: 9th May 2013

spellman says: i dont manage to fit in breakfast at home but i take an up and go with me to work each day, my ideal breakfast is scrambled eggs with toast Reply

Ingi

Posted by: Ingi
Posted: 11th May 2013

Ingi says: When I was working 5 days a week for 37 years with one company, I had two children, got into a routine, now that I am retired it does not matter what time I have breakfast, I call it brunch because I go to bed at 3am and get up at 10 or later. Glass of juice, cup of coffee, two toast with cheese or pariser or radishes, which I love and would die for, or next morning two scrambled eggs, bacon, tomatoe, radishes, coffee, juice no toast, porridge next morning and cereal the next, I try to have a different breakfast every day, they retired me nearly 2 years ago and have no routine to follow now, who cares what time I get up, I am disabled, use a walker, am a lot slower in movements, it takes me at least one hour to make breakfast just for myself, years ago it took about 10 minutes. Reply

castiger

Posted by: castiger
Posted: 13th May 2013

castiger says: Breakfast is the one meal I will never miss. I sometime miss lunches & dinners but never breakfast. I usually have cereal of some kind (depending on the season) & coffee but on Sunday I do love to sometimes have good old bacon & eggs. Reply

Jinja

Posted by: Jinja
Posted: 14th May 2013

Jinja says: Always have breakfast, can't face the day without it. Week days/work days -Wheatbix & milk; weekends - a cooked breakfast made by my husband. My ideal breakfast would be scrambled eggs, with diced fresh tomatoes and parsley on top. Reply

BarbiS

Posted by: BarbiS
Posted: 14th May 2013

BarbiS says: In winter I generally have Rolled oats with added dried fruit and nuts, summertime - weetbix with milk [prefer to have it as a smoothie done in the blender with a banana and a dessertspoon of drinking chocolate - rather like a home made get-up and go, and at the weekends we have eggs [either poached on crumpet or muffin, or scrambled - favourite flavours are with keens mustard added for flavour, or coriander and sweet chili sauce. Reply

vixen

Posted by: vixen
Posted: 16th May 2013

vixen says: i often have brekky but not till late mroning as school runs dont give me time for myself in the morning, im lucky to get in a coffee. Reply

vixen

Posted by: vixen
Posted: 16th May 2013

vixen says: i often have brekky but not till late mroning as school runs dont give me time for myself in the morning, im lucky to get in a coffee. Reply

vixen

Posted by: vixen
Posted: 16th May 2013

vixen says: i find it very hard to have breakfast in the morning with school runs if im lucky i will get in a coffee, on average ill have brekky once or 3 times a week! Reply

vixen

Posted by: vixen
Posted: 16th May 2013

vixen says: sorry for replying so much thought it didnt update Reply

Dodie

Posted by: Dodie
Posted: 19th May 2013

Dodie says: Porridge, at least 4 times per week. Weetbix is a close second.
I eat breackfast every day, could not make it to work without it.
Reply

willscarlett

Posted by: willscarlett
Posted: 21st May 2013

willscarlett says: I wake up at 5 every morning for school, as I'm Australian and lived far out from school. Unfortunately sometimes I'm so stressed I forget to eat breakfast; one of my problems is the pure fact that I'm NEVER hungry in the morning. I normally have it most days a week. My ideal breakfast.... ooh let me think....
I really like hot foods like bacon and BBQ sauce, hash browns, tomatoes and sausages but NOT baked beans or mushroom. I also like pancakes, crepes and even cereal. I also enjoy some types of toast, and for a very special treat I get nutella :) (chocolate spread). I'm also addicted to the American cereal cinnamon toast crunch, but I barely ever get it because they don't sell it in Australia :( breakfast is a realy important meal in the day, and actually helps you lose weight, so I try to have it as much as possible. Reply

pothum

Posted by: pothum
Posted: 21st May 2013

pothum says: Nearly always make time for breakfast even if it is just a piece of toast. Lately started having porridge which takes about 2 minutes. Find if I don't I get really flat by late afternoon and get the sugar cravings. Reply

JanP

Posted by: JanP
Posted: 5th Jun 2013

JanP says: Hi I try to have breakfast every day , when I get up I put the kettle on for a coffee and either put some bread in the toaster or porridge in the microwave then I go to the bathroom, by the the time I'm ready so is my breakfast Jan P Reply

arizona

Posted by: arizona
Posted: 6th Jun 2013

arizona says: Every day. Always a good cup of coffee. Every second day 2 eggs (scrambled, boiled or poached) with or without bacon - more often with. On the alternate days home-made muesli/cereal often with natural (unsweetened yoghurt).
From about 17 to 25 years of age I ate breakfast irregularly.
I like to get up a little earlier and be able to eat my breakfast in peace or relaxed mode.
I love eggs benedict with smoked salmon or home smoked ham but do realize it is a bit of a heart attack on a plate.. Reply

Peterjs31

Posted by: Peterjs31
Posted: 6th Jun 2013

Peterjs31 says: I get mine in every day most time i will have home made smoothies made up with all the nutritional benefits i need to get me going throughout to lunch.
My favorite:
* 1 Cup oast
* 2 Cups water / plus half cup skim milk
* 1 teaspoon LSA seed mix
* 1 teaspoon Glucosamine
* 1 teaspoon Cinnamon
* 1 Banana
* Half cup mix berry's ( I use frozen )
* 1 teaspoon honey
* 1 egg + 3 egg whites ( you choice on how many eggs to use )
Blend it all together until smooth it is really good and keep you full for hours.

I pre make up in sandwich bags ready to go all of the Oats, LSA mix, Glucosamine, Cinnamon and what ever other extras you like to add so i can just get up put it into the blender add the rest and its ready in under 5 mins perfect for those who are trying to loose those extra kilos
Reply

sab5

Posted by: sab5
Posted: 9th Jun 2013

sab5 says: ok I don't eat breakfast because I cook it for ppl I would proberbly have breakky on my day or days off maybe once a week
my ideal breakky would be a buffet in bed Reply

sab5

Posted by: sab5
Posted: 9th Jun 2013

sab5 says: um don't eat breakfast cause I cook it for ppl I would have breakfast maybe once a week and ideally I`d love a buffet breakfast in bed Reply

libbi001

Posted by: libbi001
Posted: 10th Jun 2013

libbi001 says: I have up and go, yogurt, toast or weekbix if im short of time I'll have nothing... which i pay for feeling crap for the whole day Reply

DJMack

Posted by: DJMack
Posted: 10th Jun 2013

DJMack says: Breakfast is a hard one but we have to try and fit it in. We have an 18mth old boy. He eats alot. 1 egg 2 big mushrooms baked beans and a slice of toast so when we are making his we just make a little more. He has 2 slices of toast every second day. If he doesn't get his breaky he's cranky.
Organisation is the key. My husband a stay at home dad and he's now organised himself otherwise it's a nightmare.
Getting things ready of a night is a good idea. We do that. There's is never enough hours in the day so you make time for the important ones like a good diet. Reply

tattyteddy

Posted by: tattyteddy
Posted: 11th Jun 2013

tattyteddy says: well actually i never have breakfast!! Reply

elaine burnett

Posted by: elaine burnett
Posted: 11th Jun 2013

elaine burnett says: Hello we manage to have breakfast most mornings I am in the country and have a 60km drive into town on days I need to go to the office then I make a protein shake plus berries to drink on the way. (Not sure how healthy this is but it always makes me feel that way).

On days off we try to make the effort to poach up some of our fresh eggs and sit on the verandah and take in the silence of out here. Reply

dori

Posted by: dori
Posted: 11th Jun 2013

dori says: not everyday i know ive passed on good eating habits to my children, but i think im just lazy if someone made it for me id proberly eat . I seem to go for quick foods like friut and then run out the door.sometimes i dont eat till about 11 oclock because in the morning my stomach just cant eat it i tend to have a coffee instead.
my ideal breakfast would be eggs benedit. yumm. Reply

jmarianne

Posted by: jmarianne
Posted: 11th Jun 2013

jmarianne says: I always manage to have my breakfast. it's because I need to take my breastfeed supplement with my meal. But before I was pregnant and having baby, I always manage to have one.

For me having breakfast is the most important meal of the day. And sometime, I feel like my day would be more easy. I believe if my tummy is full then I can work with clear mind.

My breakfast is always start by drinking a glass of water, then I prepared a glass of hot chocolate and a bowl of cereal every day. This is what I always did for my weekday. For the weekend it has to be something special, so I often go to cafe in my area just for having a simple yet great breakfast.

My ideal breakfast is bowl of POP cereal from Kellogs and Sourdough bread with smoked salmon and scramble egg with chili Reply

pauls

Posted by: pauls
Posted: 12th Jun 2013

pauls says: I usually have porridge with cinnamon, sultanas, chia seeds ^honey most days while getting my grandaughters ready for school Reply

pauls

Posted by: pauls
Posted: 12th Jun 2013

pauls says: I usually have porridge with cinnamon, sultanas, chia seeds & honey most days while getting my grandaughters ready for school.
When I was a young adult I wouldn't eat until about 11am as I just didn't have time or even like breaky, then it would be a toasted ham and tomato sandwich from the tuck shop.
My ideal breaky would be bacon , eggs & grilled tomato everyday but I just don't have the time.
Reply

pauls

Posted by: pauls
Posted: 12th Jun 2013

pauls says: Reply

Noosagal

Posted by: Noosagal
Posted: 12th Jun 2013

Noosagal says: Making breakfast really only takes 10 minutes. A pot of coffee, egg and bacon or cheese on toast or simply greek yoghurt with fresh fruit. I believe it kick starts your metabolism and wakes your brain up. It's just a case of being organised.
Reply

poonam

Posted by: poonam
Posted: 12th Jun 2013

poonam says: I try to manage time for my breakfast everyday. Sometimes, If I don't have time, I'll carry it in my train or have it on the station while travelling to Uni. Reply

Todo

Posted by: Todo
Posted: 12th Jun 2013

Todo says: I manage breakfast everyday, with the odd exception of having it late depending on my shift.

Ideal breakfast as follows:
Coffee (flat white)
Eggs Benedict ,Rye toast, salmon & wilted spinach
Fresh juice. Reply

cwait

Posted by: cwait
Posted: 12th Jun 2013

cwait says: I found moving house and changing lifestyle my body needed the extra meal. I cant function without breakfast now. I wake up at 6.30 am to ensure I can fit in breakfast.
I love cornflakes and on weekends spend that little extra time to make bacon and eggs Reply

Mrs_s86

Posted by: Mrs_s86
Posted: 13th Jun 2013

Mrs_s86 says: I try to eat breakfast everyday and its usually 1 English muffin with banana and fruit juice or twice a week I have an English muffin with bacon, cheese, omelette and tomato sauce and a coffee. Occasionally I'll go on a break from coffee and have a hot milo. I'm usually awake fairly early because I can't seem to eat as soon as I wake. After an hour though, I've worked up an appetite after cleaning the house! Reply

vasantha

Posted by: vasantha
Posted: 13th Jun 2013

vasantha says: Hi,

I never miss my breakfast, usually around 7am. It can be anything from cerial to full meal of rice and curry. It is my regular routine that I have allocated time for the breakfast, most of the days I prepare it just before the breakfast time but on a busy day or hangover from previous night, gulp whatever left in the fridge. Reply

jessica1

Posted by: jessica1
Posted: 13th Jun 2013

jessica1 says: I rarely eat breakfast. I have the time to but i just don't make it. I spend my mornings getting my son organised for the day, by the time he is fed and dressed I am not hungry and am usually too stressed to be bnothered to sit down to eat. my days are usually GO GO GO, so i just dont even think about breakfast for myself. I might have breakfast once a fortnight, if that. Reply

sjh1

Posted by: sjh1
Posted: 13th Jun 2013

sjh1 says: I make breakfast for my kids everyday but never make time to make some for myself, as I am often too busy getting them ready. The only day I eat breakfast is on a Saturday when I start work at 6.30am and am able to get it at work, I have a bacon and egg sandwich and it's great, but don't have the time to cook it for myself during the week or the money to go and buy it every morning.
My ideal breakfast would be a bacon and egg roll or muffin and an apple juice :) Reply

vic5

Posted by: vic5
Posted: 13th Jun 2013

vic5 says: I need breakfast, I get up with enough time to have a brewed black coffee (I cannot drink milk) and toast with jam every work morning. This is important - wake up and give the body essential fuel for the next 3 to 4 hours. Reply

taytay

Posted by: taytay
Posted: 14th Jun 2013

taytay says: I manage to fit breakfast in, normally when i dont accidently sleep in. when i was younger i use to have a bowl of weetbix or porridge with milk then a hot or cold milo depending on whether it was a cold morning or hot morning Reply

FITZY

Posted by: FITZY
Posted: 14th Jun 2013

FITZY says: I FORCE MYSELF TO FIND THE TIME AS IT HELPS MY DIABETIES Reply

Peggy

Posted by: Peggy
Posted: 14th Jun 2013

Peggy says: Breakfast on the go! You can cut up the ingredients for a smoothie the night before, then blitz it in the blender while getting ready. Tip it into a to-go cup and have it on the walk to the office. Reply

goly

Posted by: goly
Posted: 14th Jun 2013

goly says: i have also manage break fast everyday because we sleep in night minimum for 7-8 hours it means nothing we have in our stumuc so in morning its neccesury for batter health.
if i dont have everyday than we can manage it by early lunch or something healthy food which we can have with our work.
and i prefer in breakfast light food like cornflax, bread,buiscuits,cofee Reply

dale_k

Posted by: dale_k
Posted: 14th Jun 2013

dale_k says: breakfast as they say is the most important meal in a day.but because of tight schedules,for me breakfast will be just like my snack-time...coffee,cereal and bread is what i always have.i think that's very common nowadays,since almost every morning we're in a hurry. Reply

mucki

Posted by: mucki
Posted: 14th Jun 2013

mucki says: Breakfast being the most important meal of the day is a priority to sleeping in. That is how one fits in breakfast. If I skip breakfast, it is most likely before a bloodtest, where you need to fast, but I make up for it afterwards. Idealy kellogs calcium plus is the go or some fruit, particularly in summer. Porridge in winter, bacon and eggs when i have a lot of time and feel like cooking it. Reply

Lazuli

Posted by: Lazuli
Posted: 25th Nov 2013

Lazuli says: daily - ,make the time -= its an important meal - so I just slot the time in for it... also - we take turns making breakfast - so some days I make it other days hubby makes it and some days even my children make it... ideal... roasted muslie and fruit - and a fresh juice. Reply

ninna

Posted by: ninna
Posted: 4th Dec 2013

ninna says: I always make sure breakfast is eaten before anyone walks out the door, I don't care what it is as long as they eat. I have a range of cereals start from healthy oats, muesli, weetbix to the less healthy cocoa pops. There is also bread they can toast or get some fruit loaf out of the freezer to toast, weekends they might cook up eggs but if they have to cook bacon I prefer them to do that on the BBQ. My kids can also have just a banana if they are in a rush since it's something healthy they can eat on the way to school.
Personally I always eat some cereal along with my 1 coffee for the day, does not matter what time I get up I always have it as it forms a pattern for the rest of the household to follow. If I don't keep a routine in the house for meals they would skip it if they had the chance.
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, if you look at the word & seperate it into the 2 words Break & Fast you will understand why. It is the first meal of the day to break the fasting of food while you have slept hopefully 8 hours. It is the only meal that has a long time gap since the last one you ate so it is the kick start for the day & needs to get you through to your lunch break. That is why I have the rule that we all eat breakfast before going out. Reply

05intronat

Posted by: 05intronat
Posted: 4th Dec 2013

05intronat says: always skip breakfast! Reply

kreative

Posted by: kreative
Posted: 16th Dec 2013

kreative says: I have a gluten free cereal but sadly, my local supermarket has just discontinued it. It is the only one I can eat without paying about $45 kg for it :( I really don't know what I am going to do when I run out of what I have. I have allergies and intolerances so it isn't so easy. Ham and hash browns and a side of fruit would be ideal I guess but who has time to make that every day??? I am out 7 mornings a week. In winter I like oats with brown sugar or maple syrup
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Sunshine8

Posted by: Sunshine8
Posted: 18th Dec 2013

Sunshine8 says: I've always managed to make time for breakfast. It used to be weetbix but is now porridge with fruit and greek yoghurt and the occasional bacon, eggs and mushroom. It's a matter of being organised and making time. However, if in a rush these days there are always options to get a good breakfast on the way or to take something like some fruit and yoghurt as a starter.
Having pancakes is a special one for me but that is not often. Reply

wildlife

Posted by: wildlife
Posted: 24th Dec 2013

wildlife says: Raw oates and fruit with natural yoghurt Reply

wildlife

Posted by: wildlife
Posted: 24th Dec 2013

wildlife says: I eat breakfast very day and have raw oates and fruit with natural yoghurt Reply

Obsession666

Posted by: Obsession666
Posted: 7th Jan 2014

Obsession666 says: Breakfast is a must and i wouldn't have it any other way,I find being a Dad that nothing is better than a Bagel and Coffee on the run. Reply

gobbytart

Posted by: gobbytart
Posted: 9th Jan 2014

gobbytart says: I always have breakfast. I find it keeps me from feeling hungry and eating the wrong stuff later in the day. I either have muesli with extra nuts and seeds and yoghurt, porridge and cinnamon (instead of sugar) in winter or toast with vegemite and cheese or baked beansor scrambled eggs, or toast and marmalade or toast, peanut butter, jam banana and cheese ( very filling). The toast is Cape seed and full of seeds especially sesame and chia.
If out I love to have eggs benedict
Even when I have to leave the house at 5.30 am I make sure I have something before I go

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skagaray

Posted by: skagaray
Posted: 23rd Jan 2014

skagaray says: My ideal breakfast includes a small helping of fruit, an oat-based cereal and something cooked. I used to cook breakfast for our whole family for years but when I had a breakdown at work and had to be retired I stopped doing it. I should bet back t o it but I'm rarely hungry in the morning. Reply

Abtin

Posted by: Abtin
Posted: 24th Jan 2014

Abtin says: everyday because i go to school i love to have coffee with nuttella on toast ummmmmmm yum!!!! Reply

risschaps

Posted by: risschaps
Posted: 25th Jan 2014

risschaps says: i do not eat breakfast. I wait for a big lunch Reply

risschaps

Posted by: risschaps
Posted: 25th Jan 2014

risschaps says: i do not eat breakfast. I wait for a big lunch Reply

Mscul2

Posted by: Mscul2
Posted: 26th Jan 2014

risschaps says: i do not eat breakfast. I wait for a big lunch

Mscul2 says: I don't eat breakfast either cause I'm a night shift worker I wake up around 10.30 am but if I was to wake up I would have a milo and a bowl of cereal and a bowl of fruit Reply

Dim Sim

Posted by: Dim Sim
Posted: 26th Jan 2014

Dim Sim says: I only have breakfast 3-4 times a week, varies depending on how I'm feeling.. Normally a strong coffee and a scrambled egg with toast. Some morning I just don't feel hungry...maybe from too much to eat the night before. Reply

ashke

Posted by: ashke
Posted: 27th Jan 2014

Dim Sim says: I only have breakfast 3-4 times a week, varies depending on how I'm feeling.. Normally a strong coffee and a scrambled egg with toast. Some morning I just don't feel hungry...maybe from too much to...

ashke says: I know I should eat breakfast, but often get distracted by other things, including work, now that I work from home.

It was easier when I worked elsewhere, as I usually feel nauseous at the thought of eating something as soon as I get up, so I have a cup of tea first thing, then usual morning activities, and bring something I can make at work (like toast, microwave porridge, etc) and had that before i started work Reply

rollo3

Posted by: rollo3
Posted: 26th Jan 2014

rollo3 says: Uncle Tobys Plus Cereal antioxicidents the flavour is delicious and healthy at the same time. Reply

rollo3

Posted by: rollo3
Posted: 26th Jan 2014

rollo3 says: Uncle Tobys Plus Cereal antioxicidents the flavour is delicious and healthy at the same time. Reply

Shannen

Posted by: Shannen
Posted: 28th Jan 2014

Shannen says: I am really into eating healthy, especially at breakfast time. I am a shift worker, so my day often begins at 3am and I will almost always pack a breakfast. I find overnight oats are great because I make them the night before and they basically develop overnight. Otherwise a smoothie is always a great option! Reply

Shannen

Posted by: Shannen
Posted: 28th Jan 2014

Shannen says: I am really into eating healthy, especially at breakfast time. I am a shift worker, so my day often begins at 3am and I will almost always pack a breakfast. I find overnight oats are great because I make them the night before and they basically develop overnight. Otherwise a smoothie is always a great option! Reply

elleymay

Posted by: elleymay
Posted: 28th Jan 2014

elleymay says: I have breakfast every morning if i don't have it i am eat all day as i can't seam to be as full or day. I get up walk the dog come home and have shower and then sit down and have breakfast it strat my hole day if I don't eat breaky it like I am missing something!!! Reply

Jakey

Posted by: Jakey
Posted: 28th Jan 2014

Jakey says: In my opinion Breakfast is very essential to me as an athletic person. I try to eat anything that i can manage and cereal is the most easiest thing for breakfast to me. Reply

Panmex

Posted by: Panmex
Posted: 28th Jan 2014

Panmex says: i often don't have breakfast if i wake up late or if i'm not feeling like eating which i often don't in the morning. however if i need to do something (uni, work, seeing people all day) then i make an effort to eat i order to give me the energy i need. i would say i eat breakfast 3-4 times a week on average. my favourite breakfast is a bacon and egg sandwich but for health reasons i try to aim towards cereal, generall weet-bix Reply

Skittles12321

Posted by: Skittles12321
Posted: 29th Jan 2014

Skittles12321 says: I usually have either a bowl of cereal, or a Vegemite and Cheese Toastie and a cup of tea sometimes I just have a Monster :) Reply

Koko

Posted by: Koko
Posted: 29th Jan 2014

Koko says: I am starving when I wake up so breakfast is a must for me. I am happiest with a piece of toast, butter ( not marg) and marmalade, with a white coffee. Ahh, alls well with the world. In winter it's porridge, microwaved, so no sticky saucepan to deal with, with a little brown sugar and milk. If I'm feeling reckless, I add salt before cooking and a little pat of butter after. Y, u, m. Reply

josiebella

Posted by: josiebella
Posted: 31st Jan 2014

josiebella says: Well as I have two kids in primary school, as I'm preparing their breakfast I manage to eat at the same time. Always healthy like eggs or cereal is ideal and fruit. Sometimes naughty like Nutella on toast but I like to add some fruit as well like a banana. Reply

hailz.1547

Posted by: hailz.1547
Posted: 31st Jan 2014

hailz.1547 says: I never manage to have breakfast and when I do its only a piece of toast because that's all I have time to make Reply

wildone

Posted by: wildone
Posted: 31st Jan 2014

wildone says: On my days off, I make sure that I have eggs,toast,and bacon.And coffee of course.When im working though I make sure I get up that little bit earlier and have cereal and toast Reply

chey chey

Posted by: chey chey
Posted: 31st Jan 2014

chey chey says: i have it before i go to work and i usally have about 4 slices of toast. Reply

Mitra

Posted by: Mitra
Posted: 1st Feb 2014

Mitra says: I always manage to have breakfast every day. Breakfast is much important than any other meal during a day. I always have my coffee first and then either have two scrambled eggs, or two pieces of rice cakes with two slice of Avocado and some goat cheese or some rice puff or corn puff with skim milk Reply

Emzy

Posted by: Emzy
Posted: 1st Feb 2014

Emzy says: I never really did try to have breakfast in the morning as I never had time before school but now that it is my last year of high school I have been trying my best to have breakfast before school even though that means waking up just that little bit earlier. Reply

jess312

Posted by: jess312
Posted: 1st Feb 2014

jess312 says: I cannot survive without breakfast each day. I wake up at 6:20 and I need breakfast within the first hour otherwise I will have stomach pains for a long time (usually 2 hours or so).

I eat breakfast before I catch a bus to school and my ideal breakfast is Plus Cereal with the antioxidant berries and milk Reply

ckaryn

Posted by: ckaryn
Posted: 1st Feb 2014

ckaryn says: Breakfast is my favourite meal of the day. I actually look forward to it when I wake up (true!), and I'm always a little disappointed when my bowl's empty. I have natural oats mixed with seeds, nuts, chia, quinoa, milk and natural yoghurt. Mmmmm-mmm! Reply

Eliza96

Posted by: Eliza96
Posted: 2nd Feb 2014

Eliza96 says: I rarely eat breakfast. I constantly hear how it is a must have but i never have time or I'm to tired and on weekends ill just sleep through it. Although i started two days ago and have begun eating boiled egg whites because it's something i don't have to constantly stand in the kitchen and keep my eye on, and its quick and easy to eat. Reply

maz1976

Posted by: maz1976
Posted: 10th Feb 2014

maz1976 says: definteily have to have brekkie each day

sundays is our tradition in our family to have eggs and bacon! Reply

carlzie

Posted by: carlzie
Posted: 10th Feb 2014

carlzie says: me and my partner manage to have breakfast every day...get up like 10 minutes early..is it that hard really...ha-ha...well when we go to work we have cereal...easy and quick...but otherwise we'll make toast...that's our favourite... Reply

Nunce

Posted by: Nunce
Posted: 12th Feb 2014

Nunce says: i never use to eat breakfast i was always too rushed in the morning to take the time to sit and have breakfast. My husband always tells me to have breakfast as its the main course of meal of the day however i choose to ignore it. For the last 3 months I havent missed breakfast i find it energising from the morning and gets me through the day and start my day fresh. If i forget to have breakfast i always carry a fruit in my bag or bar to have before I start work. Words of advise only takes 5-10 minutes to eat something in the morning and if you want to feel good every morning breakfast is the key to a healthy diet :) Reply

Concept2

Posted by: Concept2
Posted: 12th Feb 2014

Concept2 says: Always make time for breakfast most important meal of the day (otherwise dependent on what time you go to bed and when you eat your first meal of hte day youve starved your body for 12 hours lol) - used to be Quick oats with hot water from the jug in 5 mintues now I have a Decent Bullet Blender I simply throw some raw oats, yoghurt, peice of fruit and a peice of Veg (carrot or cucumber etc) almonds and water in the Bullet and Breakfast in 2 to 3 minutes max! - Clean and high nutrient value low GI kickoff for the day. Reply

Kerrie-a

Posted by: Kerrie-a
Posted: 12th Feb 2014

Kerrie-a says: Have breakfast as soon as I get out off bed Reply

awesome01

Posted by: awesome01
Posted: 13th Feb 2014

awesome01 says: I grew up very poop and breakfast wasn't always an option so even now I barely eat breakfast because it is what I am a custom to. Reply

gab

Posted by: gab
Posted: 13th Feb 2014

gab says: My ideal breakfast is avocade and ham on toast with lemon salt and pepper. Avocado is great for breakfast with all the great fats you need to start your day. its super easy to make, also very filling. The lemon really adds a great touch and because its so quick and easy to make i am able to make this atleast everyday before i start my day! Reply

Active

Posted by: Active
Posted: 14th Feb 2014

Active says: Breakfast is the most important meal - we all need to start off with some good food. If up late and in a hurry, I just have a bowl of cereal - plus 3 slices of toast with say salmon or sardines on it. if have time do a meal of Fried Eggs, Bacon and hash Browns or Scrambled Eggs with Bacon and Hash Browns. We all should get a healthy start! Reply

gobbytart

Posted by: gobbytart
Posted: 15th Feb 2014

gobbytart says: Breakfast was compulsory as a child, then when I moved out and worked shifts, it became optional. Nowadays I still work shifts and get up earlier thn needed to make sure I eat breakfast.
Depending on my mood and time I either have toast made from a very heavily seeded loaf with some sort of spread; marmalade, jam and cheese, vegemite, peanut butter with jam banana and cheese, or I have a muesli containing oats nuts seeds dried fruit shredded coconut and puffed grains, or I may have eggs and baked beans or porridge. Sometimes I'll make pancakes or omelettes
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Fay

Posted by: Fay
Posted: 15th Feb 2014

Fay says: Every morning i make my kids there breakfast and make mine while im there and we all have breakfast together we always have breaky before we go out. For breakfast we either have weet-bix, coco pops, toast, pancakes or bacon and eggs along with glass of cordial or orange juice. I cant not eat breakfast when i have kids. Reply

mafuta

Posted by: mafuta
Posted: 16th Feb 2014

mafuta says: I would not be able to survive the morning without breakfast and it is supposed to be the most important meal of the day. Maybe if you treat it as an imperative and try to make the time for it it will become easier to fit in to the hectic morning time. I would say anything healthy consumed for breakfast is acceptable and better than nothing but I prefer oats, fruit and yoghurt. Reply

Nicky131

Posted by: Nicky131
Posted: 16th Feb 2014

Nicky131 says: I have breakfast every day as if I don't I feel sick. I get up early so that I have time to have breakfast and am always in time for work. My ideal breakfast is cereal, a piece of toast and a coffee :)
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smiley

Posted by: smiley
Posted: 16th Feb 2014

smiley says: I buy GoldenVale tropical cereal have a half bowl each morning with 3 spoonfulls of yoghurt and some milk its yummy full of fruit and plenty of calcium, am in my 69th year have no bone/joint problems and have no health problems Reply

flo

Posted by: flo
Posted: 19th Feb 2014

flo says: I always manage to have my cereal in the morning with some added oats and chia seeds, quick and easy. My ideal breakfast is smorgasborg with a choice of hot food, fruit, cereals and juices from restaurant and I am so full when I leave that I probably only eat a piece of fruit for dinner. This is only done a rare occasions as not good for me or my pocket
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Pasq

Posted by: Pasq
Posted: 20th Feb 2014

Pasq says: Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. It gets your metabolism moving. it is very important to have a healthy breakfast. I eat breakfast everyday and it is just a matter of getting up 20-30 mins earlier. I have 2 children at primary school that I need to help get ready so I like to have my breakfast straight after I take a shower. Breakfast gives me energy to cope with my busy morning and it prevents me from bingeing on naughty sweet treats throughout the morning. Reply

dmeassociates

Posted by: dmeassociates
Posted: 24th Feb 2014

dmeassociates says: Four people in our house all of whom have breakfast every day - all of whom select a different cereal on weekdays - Weetbix (plain + Grain) Muesli Vanilla Clusters & Porridge. On the weekends breakfast is scrambled eggs, bacon, mushrooms advacado/smoked salmon with multi grain toast, fruit smoothee
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barney rubble

Posted by: barney rubble
Posted: 25th Feb 2014

barney rubble says: I have breakfast everyday. I try to vary what I have. My favourite is one poached egg and vegemite on a English muffin. Other days no name porridge, special K, plain yogurt and fruit smoothie If I am in a hurry Special K is the easiest. I have coffee or tea. Reply

coffeeq

Posted by: coffeeq
Posted: 25th Feb 2014

coffeeq says: I have Wakame soup, green tea and either eggs or tomoatos on toast .Not hard to do, the eggs and toast are done while the kettle boils. Only problem is the distraction of reading the papers! Reply

LelT

Posted by: LelT
Posted: 26th Feb 2014

LelT says: I manage to have breakfast most mornings. I usually have cereal. Sometimes a bowl of fruit or crumpets with vegemite Reply

LelT

Posted by: LelT
Posted: 26th Feb 2014

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Liz

Posted by: Liz
Posted: 28th Feb 2014

Liz says: Most days I have no trouble as I am retired buy, when I was working I still made time for breakfast but may not have time most days for lunch Reply

Julia_m66

Posted by: Julia_m66
Posted: 1st Mar 2014

Julia_m66 says: 2 options every day no problems
1. smoothie with frozen fruit, almond milk, protein powder, superfoods, coconut
2. omelette with 2 eggs, veggies on hand (usually tomato capsicum mushroom spinach) Reply

Kate.Sween

Posted by: Kate.Sween
Posted: 4th Mar 2014

Kate.Sween says: I am someone who used to regularly skip breakfast and other meals in the hopes of losing a bit of weight and let me tell you, IT DOESN'T WORK! I now make breakfast a priority in the morning and make sure i eat it everyday. I find that i have much more energy throughout the day, snack less and have a more stable mood.
It terms of fitting breakfast in, maybe get up 10 minutes earlier than normal, thats all you need to be able to have a good breakfast.
My ideal breakfast is eggs florentine or even just a good fruit salad and a coffee! Reply

heyyah11

Posted by: heyyah11
Posted: 4th Mar 2014

heyyah11 says: I don't eat breakfast but if I did I could manage it as I do afternoon/night shift and would have it after I give my daughter her breakfast or at same time Reply

Claire

Posted by: Claire
Posted: 6th Mar 2014

Claire says: I think breakfast is the most important meal of the day, so even if i have to get up a bit earlier - i always try to fit it in. If i have to get out the door in a hurry i have Vegemite on toast. On the weekends if i have time, i sometimes have a cooked breakfast. However, if i have a really earlier start - i might skip breakfast, and have something on the go. Reply

Debbie

Posted by: Debbie
Posted: 8th Mar 2014

Claire says: I think breakfast is the most important meal of the day, so even if i have to get up a bit earlier - i always try to fit it in. If i have to get out the door in a hurry i have Vegemite on toast. On...

Debbie says: I totally agree with Claire. Even if you are short of time there are so many different options in the supermarkets these days to have breakfast on the go. Reply

Sanarutan

Posted by: Sanarutan
Posted: 7th Mar 2014

Sanarutan says: I have breakfast at 6.30 everyday. I eat oats with milk, bananas and blueberries. You have to make time for breakfast because it is the most important meal of the day. Reply

Rohan67

Posted by: Rohan67
Posted: 7th Mar 2014

Rohan67 says: im a chef by trade and have the worst eating habits, long hours and such i often to forget to eat during the day, but always make a point of breakfast on my days off with my partner.., usually our go to is home made eggs benedict with super fresh muffins, sauteed spinach and mushrooms. Reply

Debbie

Posted by: Debbie
Posted: 8th Mar 2014

Debbie says: I always have breakfast otherwise I feel shaky and can't concentrate. Every morning I have oats with a drop of honey and a cup of tea, and this with take me through to lunchtime. I can understand why kids don't do very well at school if they go without breakfast. Having breakfast takes me about ten minutes as I do my oats in the microwave. Having something is better than nothing. Reply

lawyergirl5

Posted by: lawyergirl5
Posted: 9th Mar 2014

lawyergirl5 says: vegemite on toast with a cup of milk Reply

shaney

Posted by: shaney
Posted: 10th Mar 2014

shaney says: I usedtobe more regular having weat bix sith cold milk no sugaror muesli lately igs justa piece of oast with crunchy peanut butter and more later thzn on time my ideal treat breakfast is either crunchy muesli with yogurt and fresh fruit or french toast with cinnamon and cream Reply

shaney

Posted by: shaney
Posted: 10th Mar 2014

shaney says: I usedtobe more regular having weat bix sith cold milk no sugaror muesli lately igs justa piece of oast with crunchy peanut butter and more later thzn on time my ideal treat breakfast is either crunchy muesli with yogurt and fresh fruit or french toast with cinnamon and cream Reply

shaney

Posted by: shaney
Posted: 10th Mar 2014

shaney says: I used to be more regular having weat bix with cold milk no sugar or muesli lately it's just a piece of toast with crunchy peanut butter and more later than on time my ideal treat breakfast is either crunchy muesli with yogurt and fresh fruit or french toast with cinnamon and cream WITH COFFEE Reply

Isaac

Posted by: Isaac
Posted: 10th Mar 2014

Isaac says: I try and eat breakfast everyday I work in a kitchen and have early morning starts so I find if I miss breakfast I don't function every morning it's a piece of sunflower rye toast buttered with a poached eggs depending how hungry I am I'll add sliced fresh tomato or avocado salt and cracked pepper Reply

donegal

Posted by: donegal
Posted: 10th Mar 2014

donegal says: When a student I did eat large cooked breakfasts as they helped me have energy almost all day long. Now as I am older, I try to have lighter breakfasts with more fruit in season or sometimes steamed vegetables with eggs.

If I am away from home for work, I try to take my own healthy cereal so that I can have a bowl of that easily with milk if the options are limited or unhealthy.
I make my own from three different cereals which I combine and add my own dried fruit such as dried cranberries or sultanas.
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Tina4Jesus

Posted by: Tina4Jesus
Posted: 11th Mar 2014

Tina4Jesus says: My favourite breakfast is a "savoury" breakfast but these are weight-gaining (i.e. sausages, bacon, eggs etc). I then mostly go for sweeter types (i.e. raison toast, muesli with fruit and yogurt). Reply

amsche

Posted by: amsche
Posted: 14th Mar 2014

amsche says: I am always having breakfast. I need the time to wake up properly and be prepared for the day. What I am having for breakfast is not that important and varies. What matters is a hot drink either a cup of tea or a coffee. Reply

PatB89

Posted by: PatB89
Posted: 14th Mar 2014

PatB89 says: I normally eat cereal or porridge in the morning. It's very easy to make and with enough milk, it's easy to finish within 10 minutes. This leaves plenty of time to get ready and leave on time!

My ideal breakfast would be something very big and heavy. Steak and veg, possibly some rice, pretty much a dinner type meal. Except this would take way too long to cook and eat. Reply

rosco55

Posted by: rosco55
Posted: 15th Mar 2014

rosco55 says: i make time for breakfast every day. Can't start the day without it. Have to have my cereal with milk, fruit and honey and cup of tea. only takes max 5 mins so I just make time even if I'm eating as I run out the door. However, ideal scenario, relax and eat breakfast while reading the newspaper and doing the crossword. Reply

ciska

Posted by: ciska
Posted: 15th Mar 2014

ciska says: I can't eat that early in the morning so i generally just grab a protein shake. On the weekends breakfast will be around 10 and normally an omelette or toast. Reply

Mammabear

Posted by: Mammabear
Posted: 20th Mar 2014

Mammabear says: I ALWAYS have breakfast. I am always hungry on waking and it's the first thing I think about. Depending on time determines what I have. Quick bowl of cereal if I am in a hurry, warmed oats in winter or poached eggs at the weekend. Love a hot breakfast of eggs, bacon, toast, hash browns etc. and I am particularly fond of McDonald's for breakfast - bacon and egg mcmuffin, hash brown, orange juice and then hotcakes! Reply

ellen888

Posted by: ellen888
Posted: 23rd Mar 2014

ellen888 says: Ideally for breakfast I would make time to prepare fresh juice (dairy-free) however, time constraints usually limit me to only being able to have a quick cup of coffee before dashing out of a morning. Reply

Rads

Posted by: Rads
Posted: 25th Mar 2014

Rads says: As soon as I wake up the first thing I do is put the porridge in the stove to cook while I brush my teeth then I eat my breakfast. This is until I am sick of eating this or either boiled eggs, and sausages with milo or orange juice. Reply

SimoneT

Posted by: SimoneT
Posted: 25th Mar 2014

SimoneT says: The only day that I would possibly have time for breakfast would be a Sunday morning. I have 3 kids that need to be out the door early and unfortunately I am not a priority. I love a cup of tea if time permits but that would be about it.

Sunday morning would likely be toasted museli or if the hubby is in the mood a BBQ breakfast (rarely) Reply

AMK

Posted by: AMK
Posted: 25th Mar 2014

AMK says: Although I can make time for breakfast, I could never stomach anything within 2 hours of waking up. I usually have black coffee in the morning and wait till lunch. My partner who does eat breakfast however never wakes up early enough to sit down and eat. So I'd pack him something to go, like a sandwich or some breakfast smoothie.

On the weekends or holidays, I'd be more likely to have a late breakfast which also meant a light/late lunch. My ideal breakfast would be something warm, savoury and somewhat hearty. Like a fry up with poached eggs although sometimes I'd prefer the vege version. Reply

dave3214

Posted by: dave3214
Posted: 25th Mar 2014

dave3214 says: I always have breakfast cant function to long without Breakfast. On a weekday i go to work so in the morning I have 3 weet bix with 2 teaspoons of sugar and milk.
I do add a banana most days. On a week end on a Sunday I prepare bacon and eggs for myself and my wife and son. It gives me fuel breakfast and if i don't have breakfast I get dizzy and light headed after a couple of hours Reply

Matilda1

Posted by: Matilda1
Posted: 25th Mar 2014

Matilda1 says: i have breakfast everyday- almost always cereal. After all breakfast is the most important meal of the day and I love that it can be hot or cold, you can basically have anything for breakfast! my favourite is bacon; anyway you want it Reply

DarkEyes

Posted by: DarkEyes
Posted: 26th Mar 2014

DarkEyes says: to me breakfast is really important so I'll put in the time and effort to make myself a nice on (toast and jams/ muesli or porridge) everyday. Yet my ideal breakfast is pancakes or waffles. Reply

Kim27

Posted by: Kim27
Posted: 26th Mar 2014

Kim27 says: I have breakfast every morning which is either muesli and yoghurt or toast with honey. Reply

marktime

Posted by: marktime
Posted: 26th Mar 2014

marktime says: Always unless i am really hungover cereal or porridge depending on the season and toast. Reply

Holstan

Posted by: Holstan
Posted: 26th Mar 2014

Holstan says: I am unemployed and i still don't have time for breakfast most days, either because i have slept in, forgot to eat or there wasn't anything in the cupboard i liked. Just estimating but i reckon i would have breakfast maybe 3 or 4 times a week... maybe less.
My ideal breakfast would be eggs Benedict with Hollondaise sauce! also with some bacon and a glass of orange juice! It's funny how much i love breakfast even though i don't get time for it Reply

bellaa

Posted by: bellaa
Posted: 28th Mar 2014

bellaa says: Breakfast is my main meal of the day, as a fitness junkie eating my biggest meal first means that the calories will be burnt through out the day, I wake up each day an hour before I have to leave my house taking into account everything i need to do in the morning including breakfast. I like to mix up what I eat for example toast with eggs and spinach, muesli with milk/yogurt and fruit, smoothie or smoothie bowl, or simple wheetbix with honey Reply

G

Posted by: G
Posted: 29th Mar 2014

G says: yes always time for breakfast

yogurt, cereal fruit ...go Reply

nickos

Posted by: nickos
Posted: 1st Apr 2014

nickos says: hi everyone,

brekkie is very important- coffee is a must with a slice of toast with organic honey mmmmmm at least that kick starts my busy day. Reply

zenny

Posted by: zenny
Posted: 1st Apr 2014

zenny says: I have breakfast maybe once a week being a shift worker im really bad at eating three meals a day Reply

caseydayna

Posted by: caseydayna
Posted: 3rd Apr 2014

caseydayna says: I rarely eat breakfast. only on weekends usually. I try to make it a big one when i do eat breakfast because i love breakfast foods. Pancakes, bacon, eggs and maple syrup. Reply

dirl

Posted by: dirl
Posted: 4th Apr 2014

dirl says: I have always managed to have breakfest since I was a kid its been the same ruteen every morning get up have a shower cofee make some toast & im out the door I usualy just eat my toast on the way & take my cofee & put it in th cup holder Reply

Mrs Dooma

Posted by: Mrs Dooma
Posted: 5th Apr 2014

Mrs Dooma says: I can't function without breakfast. Growing up I was always made to eat cereal, 2 pieces of toast, juice and a cup of tea. Nothing much has changed. I look forward to breaky... Reply

Castle

Posted by: Castle
Posted: 9th Apr 2014

Castle says: I have breakfast everyday. As i am an early riser, i find time to make my ideal breakfast which is poached eggs on toast with a cup of coffee.
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Castle

Posted by: Castle
Posted: 9th Apr 2014

Castle says: I have breakfast everyday. As i am an early riser, i find time to make my ideal breakfast which is poached eggs on toast with a cup of coffee.
Reply

Blossom

Posted by: Blossom
Posted: 9th Apr 2014

Blossom says: Medical Professionals will tell you that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. We burn energy even whilst sleeping and our blood sugar levels can drop more than safe to do. It is important to seat 3 meals a day. Some need small low carbohydrate snacks/meals in between our main meals Don't consume more sugar of any type than necessary. If you have to add sugar to any recipe, try using less than in the recipe and use raw or brown sugar instead My Mum used to make cake occasionally and only ever used 3/4 or less than listed in the recipe. If you use artificial sweetener do NOT use aspartane. i has been proved that it can cause Cancer of the kidneys. There is a lot in Diet Cola Drinks. I personally know a lady who had to have one kidney removed and a friend of hers, much younger than her suffered the same fate. He was diabetic and drank a lot more of it than she did. She drank a can or small bottle a day. The first thing her specialist as her was if she drank Diet Cola of any brand. He called it "black death". She has to have scans regularly. Reply

MsTingle

Posted by: MsTingle
Posted: 12th Apr 2014

MsTingle says: Always have had time for brekkie, I get up 2 hours before I need to be somewhere which gives me time to get ready, fed and bright eyed and bushy tailed. As a child I loved peanut butter and golden syrup on a couple of slices of toast, porridge or Shredded Wheat. Late teens it became Vegemite on toast every morning for many years with a cup of white tea no sugar; Sundays bacon, egg, tinned tomatoes mushroom, black pudding and Worcestershire sauce, orange juice and a cup of tea. This is still the case mostly now that I am in my 50s but at present like I do for a few weeks here and there just have a diet shake and the old faithful white tea, have to start the day with a cup of tea no matter what. A real treat which is not often is to have breakfast at a Cafe and that is usually a cafe latte with full cream milk and either a savoury cooked breakfast, Pastry, or something sweet. Oh and at McDonalds I always would have the same, cafe latte, sausage and bacon McMuffin and a hash brown yum:) Reply

Curls

Posted by: Curls
Posted: 12th Apr 2014

Curls says: I have never had breakfast in all my adult life .Even as a child I remember having argumrents with my mother as I never wanted anything to eat before school. Reply

dreams~

Posted by: dreams~
Posted: 13th Apr 2014

dreams~ says: I have breakfast everyday, and usually I just make it quick and easy like a simple toast or cereal. Reply

Shakiza

Posted by: Shakiza
Posted: 13th Apr 2014

Shakiza says: I try to have breakfast everyday but somethimes cant. I normally have toast or cereal i aim to have breakfast 5 times a week Thanks Shakya. Reply

Shennae

Posted by: Shennae
Posted: 14th Apr 2014

Shennae says: i have cheerios with soy milk most days. if i feel up to it I make freshly squeezed orange juice. I'd love to have toast with blueberry jam. Reply

Kazah

Posted by: Kazah
Posted: 14th Apr 2014

Kazah says: I only find time for breakfast because of my toddler. I feed myself while I feed him. Its mainly marmite on toast or marmalade on toast with a cup of tea. but otherwise I maybe have breakfast twice a week.
Ideal breakfast. Salmon egg benedict or Steak, Eggs and chips Reply

BrokeWoman19

Posted by: BrokeWoman19
Posted: 15th Apr 2014

BrokeWoman19 says: I eat an Apple on my way to work every morning. It is known that eating fruit in the morning is a lot better for your body instead of the afternoon or night. Its great because your still eating something and not missing breakfast which is really important. Plus you skip all the carbs from the bread and sugar/fat from the toppings on your toast. Just eat a piece of easy fruit (apple, pear, banana, strawberries, mango, apricots, peach, etc) to last you til morning tea or lunch time.

For the weekend thats when you have brunch. After you have your sleep in your make a healthy but yummy breakfast. Grain toast with Avocado (instead of butter), sliced cooked onion & mushroom, couple shortcut Bacon Pieces, and a pouched egg. When cooking the onion, mushroom and bacon try using a really good non stick pan and use no oil or butter. If in need spray a little cooking spray.
This breakfast will make it taste so much better since you have been eating fruit all week.

The only time i dont eat breakfast is if i run out of fruit and forgot to buy more.
But on the weekends there should be no excuse. Your body needs breakfast to kick your body into gear and give you that energy you need to get through the day.

My ideal breakfast would be my weekend breakfast but will a sausage, tomato and a cappucino! Reply

BrokeWoman19

Posted by: BrokeWoman19
Posted: 15th Apr 2014

BrokeWoman19 says: I eat an Apple on my way to work every morning. It is known that eating fruit in the morning is a lot better for your body instead of the afternoon or night. Its great because your still eating something and not missing breakfast which is really important. Plus you skip all the carbs from the bread and sugar/fat from the toppings on your toast. Just eat a piece of easy fruit (apple, pear, banana, strawberries, mango, apricots, peach, etc) to last you til morning tea or lunch time.

For the weekend thats when you have brunch. After you have your sleep in your make a healthy but yummy breakfast. Grain toast with Avocado (instead of butter), sliced cooked onion & mushroom, couple shortcut Bacon Pieces, and a pouched egg. When cooking the onion, mushroom and bacon try using a really good non stick pan and use no oil or butter. If in need spray a little cooking spray.
This breakfast will make it taste so much better since you have been eating fruit all week.

The only time i dont eat breakfast is if i run out of fruit and forgot to buy more.
But on the weekends there should be no excuse. Your body needs breakfast to kick your body into gear and give you that energy you need to get through the day.

My ideal breakfast would be my weekend breakfast but will a sausage, tomato and a cappucino! Reply

Pellier

Posted by: Pellier
Posted: 19th Apr 2014

Pellier says: I do have breakfast everyday. It might not be at the same time but I have my cereal. I do not have a preferred breakfast, however, on the weekend I enjoy a croissant or brioche. On holidays I enjoy either eggs Benedict or an omelette. Reply

hoot hoot

Posted by: hoot hoot
Posted: 22nd Apr 2014

hoot hoot says: I don't manage to eat breakfast everyday its all rush rush but on the weekends its mainly bacon eggs sauceages Reply

vinelord5

Posted by: vinelord5
Posted: 23rd Apr 2014

vinelord5 says: Being a student in the middle of exams, i have to have a shower and get change. once that is done i grab some fruit to eat. breakfast is vital for me as i am studding at the moment. If i don't have breakfast i lose concentration and it makes it hard to study, fruit is the best alternative for me as it's healthy - fast - filling. Reply

Jin

Posted by: Jin
Posted: 23rd Apr 2014

Jin says: Iafter m awake i need to eat something so breakfast is must for me... will try nd getup early instead of skipping my 1st meal. My ideal BF wuld be 1 fruit 1 bowl of ceral and milk. Reply

ivory

Posted by: ivory
Posted: 23rd Apr 2014

ivory says: It all depends on the season and what I am going to do that morning. Oat porridge is good in the cooler months. Fruit if I'm not doing much and the weather is hotter. Or sometimes I have scrambled eggs and toast. It varies with what I feel like having or if I'm out having breakfast. Sometimes I have brunch instead of breakfast. Reply

Stephi

Posted by: Stephi
Posted: 24th Apr 2014

Stephi says: I don't always manage breakfast. Maybe only 2-3 days a week.
However, when I have a weekend free my ideal breakfast consists of:
Peppered Avocados
Bacon
French Toast
Hash Browns
Tomatos Reply

wild123

Posted by: wild123
Posted: 24th Apr 2014

wild123 says: I often have my breakfast and most of the time it contain coffee and bread or biscuit but sometimes according to my mood I make sandwich or some kind of stuff. Reply

cupcake

Posted by: cupcake
Posted: 26th Apr 2014

cupcake says: I have breakfast every day so that i have enough energy to get through the day. my job is physical and i have no energy without breaky. maybe 1 in 20 days i dont have anything, if it is my day off and i just wait until lunch to eat.
ideal breakfast is museli with pepitas, sunflower seeds, soaked almonds, yoghurt, and acai or some sort of fruit all added. Reply

Esther8743

Posted by: Esther8743
Posted: 26th Apr 2014

Esther8743 says: Every since my daughter started school I have made her healthy scrambled eggs in the microwave for breakfast. I mix in a little milk, some red capsicum, baby spinach and a few bacon pieces and it takes just a few short minutes in the microwave. Then it dawned on my one day that if I just used one more egg I could have it too. So now we both have healthy scrambled egg on toast every morning. I also have a glass of skim milk mixed with Yakult and 2 tsp of Benefibre and I take a multivitamin! Having breakfast really only takes an extra 10 minutes. I save time by making the egg mix the night before when I make the lunches. I take morning tea to work but never eat it now because that breakfast keeps me going until lunch time without feeling hungry. Reply

Babygirl13

Posted by: Babygirl13
Posted: 26th Apr 2014

Babygirl13 says: To have something like cereal that's going to get your brain to start working for the morning Reply

cass2312

Posted by: cass2312
Posted: 29th Apr 2014

cass2312 says: I always make time for breakfast. It refuels my body for the day ahead. I always plan a filling and healthy breakfast made up of protein, carbs and either fruit or vegetables.
My ideal breakfast is porridge with skim milk and blueberries Reply

kreative

Posted by: kreative
Posted: 30th Apr 2014

kreative says: I am not a morning person and I have some difficulties with my diet that I need to overcome, so I have had to make it as simple as possible.

I start with lemon juice with warm water, magnesium and vitamin c, raw unprocessed natural honey.

15 minutes or so later, I also usually have juiced beetroot, carrot, celery, kale, and pineapple that I have frozen two weeks ahead. I have my vitamin supplements that I take with this, and later a naturopath tonic measured out too. Then I have fresh brewed coffee with oat milk and stevia.

I try to have my cereal measured out into a screw top container which I do on the weekend, for the week. so I only have to measure in the oat milk and add fruit - usually a banana and sometimes blueberries. I will often eat the cereal when I get to work.

I used to go without breakfast and often skip lunch too. I would wonder why I had a massive headache at 5 in the afternoon and realize I had not had any water either. No tea, coffee - basically nothing.

I think one of the things that put me off breakfast was years of being forced to eat wheat bix and milk. I used to reflux it many days. My mother didn't believe me and insisted I eat it. Now, many years later, we now know I have an allergy to wheat and dairy milk. I am also intolerant to corn, cashews, and allergic to eggs and have to be careful with yeast and ginger. Makes breakfast challenging but not impossible. Carmens makes a nice cereal that I can have so I don't mind having it most days, which is saying something, as I usually like variety.

On the weekend, I will sometimes make the quick oats for something different. I do have to be careful which varieties I select.

I do agree, eating breakfast does help my moods to be better and for me to handle stress better; as well as get me through the day energy wise.

I also found when I didn't eat breakfast and lunch, I would put on weight - despite eating a healthy and portion controlled dinner. Yes, it will slow down the metabolism in some of us. It won't always catch up with you straight away but it will eventually.

Ideally, some bacon or meat to sustain me and my iron levels is a good idea and some spelt bread. Juice that has been squeezed, not on a supermarket shelf. Luckily we have a juice man at the markets that does it on the spot. We don't have this all the time but as a treat when on holidays mostly. A hash brown with it as a sandwich with some bush chutney is yummy. Have to be careful of the varieties I have. I buy the spelt bread from Wray Organics, as it is the only one I have found to be of regular bread consistency only better.

Really love a fruit platter as well, but usually don't have the time to make it. some coconut yoghurt with it is nice.

Sounds like a lot of bother but a little organization on the weekends makes it much easier and I definitely notice the difference if I miss any of the steps. It keeps me going and my health has improved because of it.

For those who don't have breakfast, please reconsider it. You will be doing yourself a huge favour that you might not even know or notice yet, and preventing many problems later. I didn't believe it. I do now. Reply

careless440

Posted by: careless440
Posted: 1st May 2014

careless440 says: 4 PIECES OF TOAST AND A CUP COFFEE, DAILY. Reply

Makayla

Posted by: Makayla
Posted: 9th May 2014

Makayla says: I am sad to say that i am one of these people that rarely eat breakfast i work late most nights as a waitress and find it difficult to get out of bed in the morning to manage to have breakfast. but when i have breakfast my ideal one would be toast with raspberry jam and a extra strong coffee. Reply

adnama

Posted by: adnama
Posted: 10th May 2014

adnama says: I want to hav breakfast everyday, but I only manage about every second day. Not hard to fit it in, just hard to remember and actually make it. My ideal breakfast would be smashed avocado with feta cheese and chilli on sour dough toast with a strong cup of coffee. Reply

maltese_pupa81

Posted by: maltese_pupa81
Posted: 12th May 2014

maltese_pupa81 says: I wish I had time for breakfast in the morning. I usually struggle to get my 5 year old dressed and ready for school as well as feeding 2 babies to make sure that we leave on time for school. Reply

ang

Posted by: ang
Posted: 12th May 2014

ang says: I have breakfast every day. Most of the time my husband makes it for me. I usually only have a piece of toast and a cup of tea. I find it really hard to eat much more. I would like to be able to have a high protein meal as it would sustain me for much longer. Only having a small breakfast im starving by 11 am. Reply

paraic

Posted by: paraic
Posted: 13th May 2014

paraic says: I make time for breakfast every morning and it differs depending on how much time I do have. I have more time on weekends and like a cooked breakfast bacon eggs sausage toast. through the week when I work it's cereal toast and a cup of tea. Reply

angry mum

Posted by: angry mum
Posted: 16th May 2014

angry mum says: breakfast, yes I do after drop off kids at school, who has time before that Reply

antzy

Posted by: antzy
Posted: 17th May 2014

antzy says: Ideally, a big breakfast would be so good. Bacon, eggs, toast, vegetables, chipolatas... yum!
Unfortunately, I only have time for the smallest bowl of cereal (as in half a cup) and I don't usually have time to eat on the spot, so I take it with me and eat and drive! :/ Reply

chocobuni

Posted by: chocobuni
Posted: 19th May 2014

chocobuni says: I eat it everyday, but having the same thing every day kind of gets boring and makes me not want to eat it. So I change the routine around, I reckon to find breakfast foods which will get you excited to eat it, that way you will make some time for it. Reply

sonb4

Posted by: sonb4
Posted: 19th May 2014

sonb4 says: I set my alarm for 4:15 am to allow myself to have an unhurried breakfast of 6 weetbix and 3 bananas. Weetbix for energy and bananas (that i really don't like) for the potassium that my body doesn't retain but at least the weetbix makes them taste better so it's all good. Reply

emmaasue

Posted by: emmaasue
Posted: 20th May 2014

emmaasue says: I always have breakfast. I used to have smoothies every morning but lately I make veggie scrambled eggs with spinach, mushroom, avo, onion and tomato. It's the best. I think it's super important to get a good meal to start the day. I wouldn't miss it. Maybe you'll have to wake up a bit earlier but it's worth it for sure. Reply

Joydy

Posted by: Joydy
Posted: 20th May 2014

Joydy says: Just toast and marmalade at. Present. But a friend gave me a bag go grapefruit so will start with half a grapefruit till they run out. Reply

BelieveInFluffy

Posted by: BelieveInFluffy
Posted: 23rd May 2014

BelieveInFluffy says: I love breakfast! I cycle through different foods. One week it's yoghurt and muesli, the next might be toast with just butter, the next it could be chia pudding. Life is like that - you want different things- you respond to what your body feels like (in moderation) . I can preplan dinners easily but always had trouble with breakfast so I make chia pudding (like the pods you can buy in the supermarket) on Sunday as a fall back plan in case I : a) don't have time to cook or b) can't decide what to have. I probably eat breakfast at work twice a week - not ideal but I think it's important to eat something to fuel your body each morning and if I run out if time, it's. A better option than skipping a meal. :) Reply

kia orana

Posted by: kia orana
Posted: 23rd May 2014

kia orana says: Well like they say breakfast is the most important meal of the day. It a method I used with my family. Getting breakfast ready the night before wen mornning comes you have less time running around. Reply

kia orana

Posted by: kia orana
Posted: 23rd May 2014

kia orana says: Well like they say breakfast is the most important meal of the day. It a method I used with my family. Getting breakfast ready the night before wen mornning comes you have less time running around. Reply

lizzie r

Posted by: lizzie r
Posted: 24th May 2014

lizzie r says: I'm terrible with not having breakfast. I maybe have twice a week or manage to have half way though the day Reply

anitamatanic

Posted by: anitamatanic
Posted: 3rd Jun 2014

anitamatanic says: I always try to have something, even if I just grab a muesli bar as I go to uni. If I have time in the morning I will make myself a proper meal but it all depends. Its different for everyone. Reply

ventnorgirl

Posted by: ventnorgirl
Posted: 5th Jun 2014

ventnorgirl says: time is the thing to gauge and if you are a morning person then there is no problem organise yourself and you will find a benefit to your energy level and no snacking I even have eggs most days cereal others Reply

Maceala

Posted by: Maceala
Posted: 8th Jun 2014

Maceala says: Normal I just have a cup of coffee then head straight to work Reply

Luobikis

Posted by: Luobikis
Posted: 10th Jun 2014

Luobikis says: I always have breakfast. Mostly cereal, I like the healthy ones. I am a huge fan of Weetbix, as it fills you up.

If I have more time I will make scrambled eggs and add finely chopped vegetables in.

Having breakfast everyday is a must for me and not a should, so I make a habit out of it and add it to my daily rituals list.

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CHELE11

Posted by: CHELE11
Posted: 10th Jun 2014

Luobikis says: I always have breakfast. Mostly cereal, I like the healthy ones. I am a huge fan of Weetbix, as it fills you up.

If I have more time I will make scrambled eggs and add finely chopped...

CHELE11 says: I agree with you Luobikis. Breakfast is a must for me as well. I have an omelette each day or porridge for a change.

If you can't find time to eat breakfast get up 5 mins earlier. Reply

evelyngrass

Posted by: evelyngrass
Posted: 11th Jun 2014

evelyngrass says: the only reason myself and my partner eat breakfast is because i have to make it for the kids. so i make ours while i make theirs
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lizig

Posted by: lizig
Posted: 14th Jun 2014

lizig says: I try to always make sure my children have breakfast but sadly most days i never seem to get around to it & often go all day without eating at all. If i did slow down long enough & find the time to make myself breakfast it would be eggs benedict with ham & salmon or an omelette or bacon & eggs or crepes/pancakes with maple syrup & whipped cream.. Im started to dribble just thinking about it….yummmm Reply

Godi

Posted by: Godi
Posted: 15th Jun 2014

Godi says: Nigeria has over 250 different ethnic groups,[10] with a corresponding variety of cuisines. For the Hausa of northern Nigeria, a typical breakfast consists of kosai (cakes made from ground beans which are then fried) or funkaso (wheat flour soaked for a day then fried and served with sugar). Both of these cakes can be served with porridge and sugar known as koko. For the south western Yoruba people (Ilé Yorùbá) one of the most common breakfasts is Ògì— a porridge made from corn, usually served with evaporated milk. Ògì is eaten with Acarajé (akara) or Moi moi.[11] Both are made from ground bean paste; akara is fried in oil, and moi moi is wrapped in leaves or foil and then steamed. Ògì can also be steamed in leaves to harden it and eaten with akara or moi moi for breakfast. English tea or malta is served as a breakfast drink. Another popular option in southwest Nigeria is Gari, which is eaten like a cereal. Gari, known in Brazil as farofa, is made from the root of cassava. For breakfast, it is soaked in water and sweetened with sugar.
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jimmie

Posted by: jimmie
Posted: 15th Jun 2014

jimmie says: I don't eat breakfast everyday, probably fit it in 3-4 times a week. Mostly because I don't feel hungry in the morning, if I do feel hungry or I believe that I need breakfast (e.g. I'm going to need the energy for the day) then I simply get up that little bit earlier to prepare breakfast.
I would say that the perfect breakfast would be eggs on toast (with perhaps avocado, smoked salmon, tomato and a hollandaise sauce) and a small fruit salad with yogurt to finish. I only wish I could afford such a breakfast everyday, life would be perfect ! Haha Reply

RadicalDawg

Posted by: RadicalDawg
Posted: 16th Jun 2014

RadicalDawg says: I have Breakfast as much as possible but because of when I wake and when I go to school, I can't really fit Breakfast in. Reply

colty

Posted by: colty
Posted: 16th Jun 2014

colty says: I usually do fit breakfast in the mornings on most days, not all but most.
im usually rushed for time so i make oats from uncle tobys but my ideal breakfast is bacon and egg ssandwiches Reply

metom

Posted by: metom
Posted: 30th Jun 2014

metom says: i try not to spend much time on breakfast making. So any thing quick and easy is preferred. Normally i have uncle toby mix with chobani yogurt, or raisin toast, cereal byte chocolate flavour for my kids. jam, peanut butter or vegemite on toast with some fruits and milk. on saturday or sunday i do some cook for breakfast like bacon and egg muffin, some naughty pancakes with icream and fruits. Reply

s

Posted by: s
Posted: 3rd Jul 2014

s says: I do not leave the house without it. It is my rule I have cereal and a banana, or strawberries or scrambled eggs and toast with a cooked tomato and mushroom. Reply

Aliyaraya

Posted by: Aliyaraya
Posted: 3rd Jul 2014

Aliyaraya says: I eat breakfast almost everyday and I make sure that I wake up early so that I can fit it in. My ideal breakfast is toast, bacon, eggs, saugages, tomato and a cup of coffee Reply

Joydy

Posted by: Joydy
Posted: 17th Jul 2014

Joydy says: We have breakfast every day, always have had. Sometimes in the early days was a rush and no one spoke to me until I had coffees. But after 4 kids learnt that i had to be awake and alert at breakfast time.
Now retired, my husband and I enjoy the pleasure of a quiet breakfast, porridge with fruit and milk for him and just fruit and toast and coffee for me. But we enjoy the time together, read the newspaper and get the day off to a good start.
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and it is great to be able to spend time now. After bringing up 4 kids think we deserve it!
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paraic

Posted by: paraic
Posted: 20th Jul 2014

paraic says: i have breakfast most mornings. i must admit it is not always healthy as i would like it to be. most mornings i would have toast at least sometimes with boiled egg other times toast with ham and cheese on weekends i would tend to cook full breakfast sausage eggs bacon beans and toast on barbecue. if we go out for breakfast i would try something different poached eggs with some spinach and smoked salmon. I am not a huge tea / coffee drinker but would have tea with cooked breakfast
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Sil

Posted by: Sil
Posted: 25th Jul 2014

Sil says: I agree breakfast is getting hard, but if I'm running late, I make a toasted cheese and tomato sandwich which ends up being morning tea, then I have snack then dinner, but usually a coffee only. I find fruit is easy, even while going to work or dropping off kids, banana apple... Reply

Bazz

Posted by: Bazz
Posted: 25th Jul 2014

Bazz says: I used to routinely skip breakfast in the mornings, but my job didn't involve as much physical activity in those years as it does now, nor was there the stress to try to keep my job back then as there is now. I don't agree it was laziness, as there was a lot I got done in the time it otherwise took to prepare & eat breakfast. These days I make time to eat at least a whole Green Drinking Coconut each morning, which keeps me well until "morning tea" (we can't call it "Morning Smoke-o" any more now-a-days!).

As for my ideal breakfast, I'd love to have the time & money to eat out everyday at a favourite new cafe I've recently discovered. Reply

ozbear

Posted by: ozbear
Posted: 22nd Aug 2014

ozbear says: I always find time to have breakfast. Im in a good routine where I get up at 630am every morning, get dressed, have a bowl of muesli, milk, and some honey and as im walking out the door, have a piece of fruit as well Reply

aquagal

Posted by: aquagal
Posted: 27th Aug 2014

aquagal says: i most of the time manage to have breakfast on time and my ideal breakfast is twi slice of bread with nutella spread along with skimmed milk tea . Reply

trble

Posted by: trble
Posted: 29th Aug 2014

trble says: I try to have breakfast every day even if its tomato & cheese toast
but my favourite is Poached eggs on Toast...My husband gets very upset if I
don't make him one when I have them...
How do I fit it in ...not quite sure a lot of running around Reply

trble

Posted by: trble
Posted: 29th Aug 2014

trble says: I try to have breakfast every day even if its tomato & cheese toast
but my favourite is Poached eggs on Toast...My husband gets very upset if I
don't make him one when I have them...
How do I fit it in ...not quite sure a lot of running around Reply

candy

Posted by: candy
Posted: 22nd Oct 2014

candy says: I make time for breakfast every day. I think the "excuse" of being too busy is just plain laziness...a little planning goes a long way. I am up at 5 in the morning to train and then still have to walk 6km to work, shower...work etc. The evenings I run back home and some days do some more training or have uni etc so I guess I am a prime example of someone who "doesn't have time" yet I do.
I plan, in the evenings when i am sorting dinner out I also prepare breakfast and pack that along with snacks and lunch ready for the day ahead. I either have overnight oats with chopped up fruit and coconut yoghurt, gluten free pancakes, home made muesli and fruit, or an omlette. All of these options are easy to prepare in the morning - either open your container, add almond milk and fruit and eat or just heat if you need to. Reply

rennie

Posted by: rennie
Posted: 22nd Oct 2014

rennie says: Breaking your fast every day is really important and a great way to get the metablosium going for the rest of the day. I have warm lemon drink first, while I am making (in a real tea pot) a pot of gunpowder green tea with fresh ginger mashed to release the flavour and at least one piece of toast usually with avocado. If that is not available I enjoy butter & jam now and then. Reply

Freedomy

Posted by: Freedomy
Posted: 29th Nov 2014

Freedomy says: A couple of cups of coffee is the rule and then you may talk to me and if I am talking before then, know I am only faking it. Then cereal, with seeds and cinnamon. Porridge or Weet Bix. While I don't mind coco pops or anything with sugar in them, I find I am hungry early than I would be with porridge.

It helps with concentration. I find most people who don't eat breakfast have a distant stare in their eyes. Like they are physically present but their mind is still not out of bed Reply

Maglisa

Posted by: Maglisa
Posted: 7th Dec 2014

Maglisa says: Poached eggs on wholegrain toast with a smattering of Milawa mustard. I get up early to have a peaceful breakfast on my own. For a special treat I eat out. Reply

Mammabear

Posted by: Mammabear
Posted: 12th Dec 2014

Mammabear says: I cannot leave the house without breakfast EVERY day! I have a bowl of cereal, at the moment it is Special K, and a cup of tea. If I am able I love breaky at McDonalds - bacon and egg mcmuffin, hash brown and OJ. That's if I am alone, with family I also have hotcakes and a latte! Reply

greatkiwipoet

Posted by: greatkiwipoet
Posted: 13th Dec 2014

greatkiwipoet says: I have always eaten breakfast of some kind, even if I'm in a hurry. I discovered quite young that I tend to have low blood sugar and if I do anything physical without eating soon after getting up - even just a piece of toast and Marmite - I'm inclined to faint. You don't have to do that too many times to get the message. Since I started working from home I've had the time and leisure to have a cooked breakfast every day. It's a simple pleasure that I really appreciate. My favourite breakfast is a poached egg on toast, though I vary that with fruit smotthies, and fruity porridge in the winter. If I'm going out for the day I make myself a big vege-filled frittata, so I can go longer before I have to eat again. Breakfast has always been non-negotiable. Reply

cas

Posted by: cas
Posted: 18th Dec 2014

cas says: When younger I would grab a coffee on my way to work. Later I managed some toast with good old Vegemite and a glass of milk or a cup of tea. These days, being a little longer in the tooth I will generally have a cereal, toast and marmalade and a cup of tea. Sometimes the tea is a green tea these days. I do however always have something at breakfast.
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femwizz

Posted by: femwizz
Posted: 27th Dec 2014

femwizz says: I very rarely have breakfast in the mornings on weekends, as I just don't get hungry. During the week at work I find that I need to have something to eat most mornings, or I will get grumpy by the end of the day.
My ideal breakfast would be pancakes with bananas, strawberries, ice cream, and golden syrup. Reply

chocogirl

Posted by: chocogirl
Posted: 28th Dec 2014

chocogirl says: I have breakfast daily and try to vary it. I have either cereal, porridge or home made bread. I occasionally have as a treat some french toast or pancakes. I like to have a coffee too to start my day. Reply

Shell1967

Posted by: Shell1967
Posted: 5th Jan 2015

Shell1967 says: I have brekkie every morning. It is a quick and simple cereal, coffee and toast. Occassionally to break the monotony I have an egg also. This only take 10 minutes to eat and prepare so granted it is not leisurely. I find if I don't spare these 10 minutes I am prone to naughty snacking Reply

Ashar

Posted by: Ashar
Posted: 6th Jan 2015

Ashar says: I rarely have a full breakfast except when I'm on holiday. I usually just have coffee and a cigarette. The ideal breakfast would be light, maybe a Spanish omelete, orange juice, mineral water, toast with marmalade jam and a cappucinno Reply

Rainbow

Posted by: Rainbow
Posted: 8th Jan 2015

Rainbow says: I have always prioritised breakfast in my day. It's almost always cereal such as museli, maybe toast with Ozemite, or on a weekend pancakes or bacon and eggs. If I am running late in the morning, I will eat it at my desk, but breakfast is always a part of my day and I have raised my kids the same way. It is where our body "breaks" the "fast" of the long night and it needs the fuel to function properly in the day. Always an important meal to make time for. I would rather skip lunch. As I've had a good breakfast I don't have to eat lunch. Reply

piggiemel

Posted by: piggiemel
Posted: 15th Jan 2015

piggiemel says: I usually baked a cake or sweet breads on the weekend to cover for the whole weekdays. Will have them just by itself with a glass of coffee as this is the fastest way for breakfast.

Ideally i would prefer a poached eggs with smoked salmon on toast. This is only achievable during the weekends. Reply

combat barbie

Posted by: combat barbie
Posted: 15th Jan 2015

combat barbie says: I always have breakfast (during my work week) it is always the same, small bowl of cereal, 1 piece toast and a cup of tea. On weekends I treat myself to eggs.
You need to make time for breakfast, I get up at 5:45am and always make time. Couldn't manage a day without it! Reply

pikachu

Posted by: pikachu
Posted: 17th Jan 2015

pikachu says: most of the time ,muffins and soy flat white from a cafe.
sometime a big breakfast-fried eggs,mushrooms . Reply

council

Posted by: council
Posted: 19th Jan 2015

council says: I always have time to prepare breakfast daily - either having cereals, toastie or a rice meal. I just wake up earlier if I want to prepare something that takes longer to prepare. Reply

Hannie

Posted by: Hannie
Posted: 3rd Feb 2015

Hannie says: Absolutely fit breakfast in every day. Can't say that I ever sit down to eat it, but there is definitely food in my belly before 8am. It's usually toast or hot cross buns if I'm running late and need to eat on the way, or porridge or cereal if I have time to eat between getting ready, packing dishes or ironing uniforms.
When I have loads of time in the mornings my ideal breaky would be scrambled eggs and chipolatas on buttered sourdough. YUM! Reply

patak

Posted by: patak
Posted: 7th Feb 2015

patak says: I don't really have breakfast everyday but my ideal breakfast would be waffles with lemon curd Reply

Bearfood

Posted by: Bearfood
Posted: 16th Feb 2015

Bearfood says: I have breakfast every day. Usually I have porridge with fruit and yoghurt. Some days I have toast and eggs. Then I have coffee! Ideal breakfast? robably some combination of the above. Fruit, yoghurt, toast with eggs and maybe bacon...and good coffee. Reply

KrisDish

Posted by: KrisDish
Posted: 16th Feb 2015

KrisDish says: I am ashamed to say my breakfast exists of a cup of coffee!! I usually don't feel like I can stomach food in the morning, although I know I should try. Reply

lala92

Posted by: lala92
Posted: 16th Feb 2015

lala92 says: I have always been big on having breakfast everyday so I can start off on a good note. Fitting it in is easy I ensure I wake up with enough time to have it. Breakfast to me is the most important meal of the day it gives you the energy to tackle all ahead of you. Reply

Freedomy

Posted by: Freedomy
Posted: 17th Feb 2015

Freedomy says: I see not having breakfast like leaving your brain at home and leaving to attend to your commitments. How do you operate without it.

I am committed to the breakfast feed, in fact all feeds. I helps keep my productivity to a pace that I like. I would not trust anyone at 100% work capacity who did not eat correctly. Not because it is my soul belief but because research proves it. Just because the world speeds up does not mean you neglect yourself.

Breakfast tells a lot about how people care about themselves, with respect and nurture or neglect.

I love a good fry up on the weekends but generally its a bowl of whole grain something or porridge. Cinnamon because it is a good kick starter, sun flower seeds and soy milk, honey.

And you always fit time in for things that you think are important so how important are you to you if you don't eat breakfast? Reply

Ally

Posted by: Ally
Posted: 17th Feb 2015

Ally says: Breakfast is the most important meal of the day so I enjoy it every day. I get up early enough to have it before I do other work/chores. If I have a busy day I usually include a high protein eg eggs and bacon in my meal and this sees me through till lunchtime. Ideal breakfast would be eggs benedict every day. Reply

Sarahjs

Posted by: Sarahjs
Posted: 18th Feb 2015

Sarahjs says: I have a cup of coffee only for breakfast as I just don't feel like eating early in the morning and am generally busy getting ready for work and getting kids organised for school. On weekends however, when I have more time, I usually have a cooked breakfast with eggs of some kind (my favourite is herb and cheese scrambled eggs), whole grain toast, bacon, fresh squeezed orange juice, and fresh coffee. I love a cooked breakfast and my favourite, ideal breakfast is eggs Benedict. I have it when away on holidays etc and have the time to enjoy a café or restaurant breakfast. Reply

Haque

Posted by: Haque
Posted: 3rd Mar 2015

Haque says: Almost 40 % of people do breakfast in there every day life. Rest of the people do not have time for breakfast as they don't have time, the reasons could be as they are late sleepers, they do remain bus on mobile chat, Facebook fans, internet surfing or watching movies or spent time with their friends in late night. SO they in morning they get up late and they rush to leave the home for school, college, university or for office. Many of the people don;t like to do break fast as they are diet conscious according to them they will be fat or vice versa.

For me i am a regular in breakfast even i get late from office but i prefer to do breakfast. In my child hood my mother developed a habit of breakfast. I did breakfast in my student life and i don't remember the day when i left my breakfast. It keeps me healthy through out the day during the different activities. Some times i have no time to do lunch as i have busy routine in my office so i think breakfast is necessary and in case if i do lunch then i have to take it from any restaurant that is not a good and balance diet.

Breakfast is necessary for every one and every one should have a habit of it. It have many advantages like;

A more nutritionally complete diet, higher in nutrients, vitamins and minerals
Improved concentration and performance in the classroom or the boardroom
More strength and endurance to engage in physical activity.
Lower cholesterol levels.

Eating breakfast is necessary fro everyone especially for children and adolescents. According to the American research the children who eat breakfast performs better in class rooms and on the play ground with better concentration, problem-solving skills, and eye-hand coordination.

Many studies, in both adults and children, have shown that breakfast eaters tend to weigh less than breakfast skippers. Reply

Stephy

Posted by: Stephy
Posted: 4th Mar 2015

Stephy says: Breakfast are the most important meal of the day, from morning 6am - 10am is the time where your body absorb nutrition on anything you take.
Yes!! I will make my time for breakfast every morning, simply a oat milk with fruits or a oat breakfast bar and a coffee on the go if I am in the rush. Reply

Noneever

Posted by: Noneever
Posted: 6th Mar 2015

Noneever says: I have a bowl of cranberry cereal ever day at the same time each day except when on holidays, I couldn't imaging being able to wait until 12 for lunch, the times when I haven't had the time for breakfast I feel very sick like as if my stomach was eating its self. so I have breakfast daily. My ideal breakfast is cranberry cereal with boiled eggs and toast with a glass of OJ and a coffee to kick start my day Reply

Noneever

Posted by: Noneever
Posted: 6th Mar 2015

Noneever says: I have breakfast every day unless on holidays where im stuck in the car driving at the usual time I would have breakfast at home every day. my ideal breakfast is A bowl of Cranberry cereal 2 soft bowled eggs toast cut into fingers and an OJ and a coffee to kick start my day. I couldn't miss breakfast as its the most important meal of the day . That's what I believe any way. Reply

MichelleKam

Posted by: MichelleKam
Posted: 6th Mar 2015

MichelleKam says: I will never leave the house without having breakfast. On seldom days that I do leave the house without having it, I will feel very tired and moody. Breakfast for me is easy and quick, I will find time in most mornings as I opt for the quick and easy cereal option, where it will take me no more than 10 minutes to eat and prepare. I am then ready for the days work ahead. Reply

ezzlm

Posted by: ezzlm
Posted: 9th Mar 2015

ezzlm says: every morning i have a glass of milk and its been this way since my mum stopped forcing me to have breakfast when i was in grade 4 ( i graduated year 12 in 2009) i find i need to be up for maybe 2 hours before i feel like eating and anything before that results in an upset stomach

i've tried multiple times to eat in the morning but it just doesn't work out for me

when i do have the time on the weekend i tend to have either bacon and grilled tomato in a wrap with mushrooms or fruit and yoghurt Reply

debbie doo

Posted by: debbie doo
Posted: 13th Mar 2015

debbie doo says: it is a matter of time management. they say breakfast is an important meal,im afraid you have to make time, but these days there are convenient quick options of breakfasts to buy. Reply

debbie doo

Posted by: debbie doo
Posted: 13th Mar 2015

debbie doo says: it is a matter of time management. they say breakfast is an important meal,im afraid you have to make time, but these days there are convenient quick options of breakfasts to buy. Reply

Min12

Posted by: Min12
Posted: 14th Mar 2015

Min12 says: If i have a time, I prefer to eat breakfast. Normally I have a slice of bread with jam and peanut butter and milk! Reply

nellie

Posted by: nellie
Posted: 15th Mar 2015

nellie says: I just make it a priority and have it a soon as I wake up before I do anything else Reply

ZoZo172

Posted by: ZoZo172
Posted: 15th Mar 2015

ZoZo172 says: I never have time for breakfast, I work early in the morning and am on my feet all day so a full stomach isn't nice, a nice big cooked breakfast would be amazing to eat everyday but I don't think it would taste as good if I had them daily!!! Reply

ellyg

Posted by: ellyg
Posted: 17th Mar 2015

ellyg says: I have breakfast everyday, it basically means to break the fastning from so many hours of not eating (overnight). Not only is a healthy breakfast good for your health but it fastens your metabolism.
I usually train every morning at the gym and i still manage to eat a green smoothie before heading to the gym to train weights. I will again eat after training at the gym, its so important for your metabolism to keep firing! Reply

taz

Posted by: taz
Posted: 17th Mar 2015

taz says: I love breakfast, it is my favourite meal of the day. I have a green smoothie every morning, and I will also have hot food and sometimes a cup of tea. I have pancakes, toast, bacon, eggs, fruit, yoghurt, fritters, fried mushrooms, tomatoes, and whatever else I feel like. I have breakfast every day, and even if I am running late or busy I will always eat at least a piece of toast with something on it, and bring mid morning snacks such as a muesli bar and a piece of fruit.
My ideal breakfast is something high protein, high fibre with plenty of fresh fruit and vegetables that is super tasty! Reply

jesssurvey13

Posted by: jesssurvey13
Posted: 18th Mar 2015

jesssurvey13 says: I force myself everyday to have eggs on toast for breakfast if I miss that I won't eat all day :( Reply

jobey

Posted by: jobey
Posted: 18th Mar 2015

jobey says: I have young kids so I always have breakfast when they do. It's usually cereal during the week and maybe poached eggs on the weekend. Reply

Sammie-lee

Posted by: Sammie-lee
Posted: 24th Mar 2015

Sammie-lee says: I don't manage to have breakfast everyday but when I do I usually have toast or cereal and always a coffee. Reply

Sammie-lee

Posted by: Sammie-lee
Posted: 24th Mar 2015

Sammie-lee says: I don't manage to have breakfast everyday but when I do I usually have toast or cereal and always a coffee. Reply

Bstars

Posted by: Bstars
Posted: 29th Mar 2015

Bstars says: I usually do it like 3 times a week . Milk and bread is enough for me :) hope the answer was helping you Reply

Jessa90

Posted by: Jessa90
Posted: 29th Mar 2015

Jessa90 says: I very rarely eat breakfast but when I do it has to be after 8am or reflux kicks in and I end up spewing it all up. It's usually something simple like Turkish bread or just toast. I very rarely make a full breakfast Reply

Emxx

Posted by: Emxx
Posted: 29th Mar 2015

Emxx says: As I travel three hours a day on a bus to get to school I have trouble having breakfast as it makes me bus sick but in saying that I do have a snack when I get there and eat breakfast in the weekends Reply

gaybo

Posted by: gaybo
Posted: 29th Mar 2015

gaybo says: egg on toast but i start work at 6.30 so dont have time to cook it Reply

willowjf

Posted by: willowjf
Posted: 29th Mar 2015

willowjf says: I hardly ever manage to make time for breakfast. Weekdays I usually start work or school (depending on the day) pretty early, between 6.30am to 08.00am. What I normally do during weekdays is always grab a coffee on the way and bring something with me, either a muesli bar or a banana, something I can eat discreetly and that will tie me over until lunch.
Over the week ends on the other hand, I like to go out for breakfast to cafes. This obviously isn't possible every week end, but I try to do that once a week. In this cases my favourite breakfast item is corn fritters with avocado and tomatoes, and coffee of course.
Week ends when I don't go out for breakfast I still try to get a coffee somewhere or I skip breakfast entirel and try to have an earl lunch. Reply

Jess4585

Posted by: Jess4585
Posted: 29th Mar 2015

Jess4585 says: Breakfast for me is a coffee. Sometime between waking and lunch time, I manage to eat something, usually homemade muesli and yoghurt. 2 young kids sometime prevent me eating propely Reply

Freckle

Posted by: Freckle
Posted: 30th Mar 2015

Freckle says: I have always managed to have breakfast, well I actually don't have a choice as I am a type 1 diabetic and I need to eat breakfast with my insulin. My ideal breakfast is pancakes with ice cream and fruit salad but now I can only have a small amount of these things. Reply

JayKay

Posted by: JayKay
Posted: 31st Mar 2015

JayKay says: I used to have a proper breakfast with some toast and jam but now i cant find the time and just make a quick milo drink Reply

kittykat26

Posted by: kittykat26
Posted: 2nd Apr 2015

kittykat26 says: Ah i always make time for breakfast just get up 5 minutes earlier in the morning most important meal of the day. cornflakes with hot milk. I fear without this there would be a crazy irish woman floating around this farm lol. Reply

blue eyes 81

Posted by: blue eyes 81
Posted: 11th Apr 2015

blue eyes 81 says: scrambled eggs, bacon, toast, coffee & juice. Reply

YoGabbaGabba

Posted by: YoGabbaGabba
Posted: 11th Apr 2015

YoGabbaGabba says: I love a cooked breakfast out with friends or family! I would rather eat Breakfast out than any other meal. I don't manage to have breakfast every day, but I make an effort to have something on weekends.

Ideal breakfast, cooked by someone else, crispy bacon & maple syrup on thick french toast with the tiniest bit of marscapone. But really, anything will do.


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Jabucat

Posted by: Jabucat
Posted: 15th Apr 2015

Jabucat says: I take a while to wake up in the mornings, so breakfast is too much for me. after about 2 hours I am able to eat and enjoy something, and I may have a banana or a tub of yogurt. Yep, that is about as much as i can stomach. Lunch is different though, and I sure make up for it then! And I don't really have an ideal breakfast, but fruit salad is also a favourite of mine. Reply

Chez

Posted by: Chez
Posted: 16th Apr 2015

Chez says: I have breakfast everyday,it's usually cereal & toast,it doesn't take long to pre-pair.
I've always had breakfast & it gets my metabolism working. It also gives me energy to do whatever is needed.
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Laingy

Posted by: Laingy
Posted: 16th Apr 2015

Laingy says: Manage to have breakfast every day, keeps you going through the day. Ideally, if you find yourself short of time, the best thing to do is to make your breakfast at night. My breakfast contains chopped fresh fruit, ie, apples, watermelon, banana, anything that is currently in season. You can add a dollop of yoghurt but I like it just that way it is. Then if you are still craving - have a rice cracker with some type of spread. This will keep you going for the long hall. If you want something different, mash up a hard boiled egg with mayo and spread it on a couple of rice crackers. Again can be fixed at night. Hope this helps Reply

Sarandipity

Posted by: Sarandipity
Posted: 17th Apr 2015

Sarandipity says: Bow of mixed fruit - small bowl of cereal - one slice of toast (homemade marmalade) and small portion of yogurt - with a mug of tea Reply

Non Non

Posted by: Non Non
Posted: 19th Apr 2015

Non Non says: i have a nutri bullet for breakfast and load it with kale, spinach, carrot, cucumber, banana, mixed berries and super food super greens, Its quick, its easy and you can drink it whilst on the go as the cups have lids so you can take it with you. Im not really into pre packaged cereals that are full of hidden sugar and salt. The less processed, the better. If it comes in a box or can it cant really be that good for you.
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Dei

Posted by: Dei
Posted: 21st Apr 2015

Dei says: When I was a child/younger Mum would make breakfast & I would generally go without eating it. I now know how important breakfast is and always try & eat. Sometimes breakfast becomes brunch though.
I generally get up 1 and half to two hours before I need to leave for work (if I'm working) this allows time to have breakfast & complete some surveys after I shower. I keep my eye on the time & leave 20 mins to dress & makeup ... this normally gets me to work on time!
Some weekends I go all out & 'make'berry pancakes, or we have a bbq breakfast or go to the surf club.
I think to fit breaky in you have to want to eat it, once I started eating breakfast I found I would wake up hungry (makes it easier). Depending on what you choose it takes between 5 & 20 mins to make & about 10 mins to eat (if you're in a hurry) or spend half an hour of 'leisure' time planning your day while eating.
I hope this makes sense & perhaps helps you find the time for at least a small breakfast. Reply

deep sandhu

Posted by: deep sandhu
Posted: 23rd Apr 2015

deep sandhu says: I prepare my breakfast daily. Because my job starts at midnight so at daytime i m free. My ideal breakfast is bread and peanut butter with hot milk. Reply

wusty

Posted by: wusty
Posted: 25th Apr 2015

wusty says: eggs on toast Reply

wusty

Posted by: wusty
Posted: 25th Apr 2015

wusty says: backon and eggs Reply

wusty

Posted by: wusty
Posted: 25th Apr 2015

wusty says: bacon and eggs Reply

Sandy

Posted by: Sandy
Posted: 27th Apr 2015

Sandy says: Always have breakfast. Even when working never left the house without a bowl of cereal, cup of tea and piece of fruit. Now I have G/F weetbix and Lactose free milk and no sugar. (not by choice diet constraints.) Reply

welcome_0501

Posted by: welcome_0501
Posted: 27th Apr 2015

welcome_0501 says: when commuting to work on train on wekedays. usually get a cup of coffee and bread/ muiffin and have it on train. this helps to kick start my morning!! Reply

l0lapx

Posted by: l0lapx
Posted: 27th Apr 2015

l0lapx says: Always had breakfast, mother made toast, with either egg/bake beans or bacon and eggs and big glass of milk.

Have breakfast everday, and I dont manage it only takes 5-7 min to make toast, fry bacon,cook egg and eat it without rushing while watching the sunrise.

Favorite breakfast is toast with egg/bacon or bakebeans and glass of milk with warm lemon juice to start and in winter a bowl of cooked porridge with blended fruit in the porridge again only 10 mins to make and eat.

How to I have time, I get out of bed in time to make breakfast without rushing :) Reply

Alice_

Posted by: Alice_
Posted: 9th May 2015

Alice_ says: I don't have a regular breakfast everyday. If I have time in the morning, I would heat up a frozen pie and eat on the go or sometimes buy food at the bakery. If I don't have time, I would just grab an up-and-go and leave. My ideal breakfast would be french toast or pancakes or omelette with orange juice. Reply

Natki

Posted by: Natki
Posted: 9th May 2015

Natki says: I do struggle to eat breakfast first thing in the morning, while getting the kids ready but i usually manage to have it after the kids go to school. Sometimes i will prepare it the night before if i am having a smoothie or something else that needs extra time Reply

ceanna jane

Posted by: ceanna jane
Posted: 10th May 2015

ceanna jane says: To be quite honest getting out of bed at 5 am having to get ready for work,I either don't have time for breakfast or I don't feel hungry.when you first wake up you don't feel hungry, I usually skip breakfast and have a healthy lunch.I understand it is part of a healthy diet to consume breakfast however it isn't a huge deal to miss breakfast. I have breakfast maybe 2 times a week when I have a day off and it is usually something as simple as eggs on toast Reply

sillylily

Posted by: sillylily
Posted: 12th May 2015

sillylily says: I don't have breakfast all the time because I have half an hour to get ready then go. But if there is muesli bars I will grab one on the way, having something in the morning actually makes a big difference. Reply

emilia

Posted by: emilia
Posted: 14th May 2015

emilia says: I eat the same thing for breakfast every morning, it is always raw oats with a chopped banana and yoghurt on top. I usually have a coffee a few hours later. I have always thought breakfast was the most important meal of the day. Reply

wine4me

Posted by: wine4me
Posted: 14th May 2015

wine4me says: An English breakfast - so disgustingly unhealthy but tastes so good. Bacon, sausage, egg and black pudding but I would skip the baked beans. Reply

Ellejay17

Posted by: Ellejay17
Posted: 16th May 2015

Ellejay17 says: personally, my body doesnt agree with having breakfast every morning, it makes me feel sick. my breakfast is usually a coffee or juice, or an up and go. Reply

rachz

Posted by: rachz
Posted: 18th May 2015

rachz says: my perfect breakfast is pancakes with freshly brewed coffee Reply

Kuro

Posted by: Kuro
Posted: 20th May 2015

Kuro says: i just need 10 min for my breakfast....cause i always having the weet-bix with plain water.... Reply

Sonal.

Posted by: Sonal.
Posted: 22nd May 2015

Sonal. says: Wheetbix and a cup of tea Reply

why?

Posted by: why?
Posted: 1st Jun 2015

why? says: Breakfast is just so important as the first meal of the day which must last the morning that you must simply get up early enough to eat it at a leisurely pace that allows proper digestion. It doesn't have to be cooked, but should be protein rich enough to sustain you. Cereals with b-all sugar are good, with a cup of tea to relax you. Mainly, have protein and time! Reply

Chammy33

Posted by: Chammy33
Posted: 5th Jun 2015

Chammy33 says: Don't have breakfast . Just coffee Reply

MrsPohara

Posted by: MrsPohara
Posted: 6th Jun 2015

MrsPohara says: At the moment I am on the Tony Ferguson diet so I have a shake or a bar for breakfast. Boring as it sounds, I can eat it on the go and I know I'm getting all the good stuff into my body I otherwise wouldn't.

On the other hand, my ideal breakfast would be a good old fry up - mushrooms, bacon, eggs, tomatoes, sausages, baked beans lol
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Fififox

Posted by: Fififox
Posted: 12th Jun 2015

Fififox says: Breakfast is something I always look forward to, so I always make time for it. Usually I get up 1 1/2 hrs before I leave for work and make brekky for my husband and I. He has bacon and egg on a muffin with butter and coffee and soymilk. I generally have a slice of good wholegrain toast and fruit spread and a free range egg with tea and soymilk. Ideally I would like to have one of those beautiful homemade mueslis with nuts, dried fruit and berries etc but they are expensive to make. Reply

jedg

Posted by: jedg
Posted: 15th Jun 2015

jedg says: i manage to get time to eat breakfast because im up pretty earliy and have some of my food ready to cook Reply

shaf

Posted by: shaf
Posted: 16th Jun 2015

shaf says: egg boil Reply

eye

Posted by: eye
Posted: 17th Jun 2015

eye says: I have never been a brekkie eater I usually have a natural coconut drink in morning or some fruit .I don't seem to fill very hungry till lunch. Some times I do like to have dippy eggs mainly on days off or an early lunch I end up having enough things to do in morning if am working or have busy day. Reply

kaza1

Posted by: kaza1
Posted: 17th Jun 2015

kaza1 says: I do not eat breakfast, I do not remember the last time I had breakfast.
I do have a small amount 2 to 3 hours after I get out of bed though. 2 slices of toast with a bit of jam or sometype of spread is the main thing I have at that time. Reply

Dora

Posted by: Dora
Posted: 23rd Jun 2015

Dora says: I do have my breakfast every day though it varies from weekday to weekends.

My typical weekday breakfast is Oats. Which I have AFTEr I get into the office. It is easier for me since I get in at 6:30 AM but only meant to start work at 7 AM.

Weekends I tend to be a bit more relaxed since i wake up late. A typical weekend breakfast if I need to go out somewhere in the morning is cheese toasts & coffee with a fruit.

But if I am home & have more time, I prefer to have eggs & bacon or sausage with buttered toast and a mug of Milo.
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mikebg

Posted by: mikebg
Posted: 25th Jun 2015

mikebg says: Its quite simple really, wake up early and get out of bed, I make my kids breakfast every day before school and make their lunches, for breakfast most morning i cook them pancakes some mornings they just have cereal Reply

sophiew011

Posted by: sophiew011
Posted: 26th Jun 2015

sophiew011 says: As in that picture there. Vegemite toast every day. Sometimes I only have time to make it and then eat it on the way out the door, but I usually make sure I am up in time to get ready and then eat my breakfast. Reply

chickenman

Posted by: chickenman
Posted: 1st Jul 2015

chickenman says: breakfast is possibly the most important meal of the day. as for what is an ideal breakfast ? depends on the individual and the activities on the table for the day.
that said, something filling and easily digested Reply

Tivoli

Posted by: Tivoli
Posted: 2nd Jul 2015

Tivoli says: I don't always have breakfast although I will take my up and go with me if I haven't had time for breakfast. On the odd occasion I do I have muesli clusters with yoghurt. Reply

abbmyster

Posted by: abbmyster
Posted: 4th Jul 2015

abbmyster says: I have breakfast some mornings as I feel sick if I eat to early in the morning. When I do have breakfast I have something take away to eat in the car a toastieu or something I like to eat cereal for dinner though.... Reply

Aliyaraya

Posted by: Aliyaraya
Posted: 4th Jul 2015

Aliyaraya says: My ideal breakfast would be bacon, eggs, sausages, toast and a hot cup of coffee. Then maybe a muffin for something sweet Reply

Tina1947

Posted by: Tina1947
Posted: 5th Jul 2015

Tina1947 says: I do have breakfast every day and it is a healthy breakfast in my opinion that sets me up for the day. Fitting it in is not a problem as it has always been a regular part of my morning routine. Most days it is cereal with fresh fruit some nuts and a few seeds (eg Pumpkin) and low fat low sugar yoghurt. Even when I have porridge I still add the yoghurt. Of course on high days and holidays I will have the "full english" but my yoghurt and fruit is always a part of it. Reply

Tina1947

Posted by: Tina1947
Posted: 5th Jul 2015

Tina1947 says: I always have breakfast and it is not a problem to fit it in as it has always been a regular part of my morning routine. My normal daily breakfast is a healthy cereal with fresh fruit a few nuts and grains and some low fat low sugar yoghurt. Of course on highdays and holidays I have the "full english" but fruit and yoghurt always forms part of it. A cup of tea is always a good end to my breakfast Reply

gaybo

Posted by: gaybo
Posted: 5th Jul 2015

gaybo says: only have time for breakfast in weekends and love bacon and eggs on tost with tomato and avocado Reply

Nobody's darlin

Posted by: Nobody's darlin
Posted: 6th Jul 2015

Nobody's darlin says: My favourite Brekky is Lamb chops with onion gravy, hash browns, toast and coffee (weak, white, one!) Reply

RayG

Posted by: RayG
Posted: 6th Jul 2015

RayG says: I have always time for breakfast as it is the most important meal of the day. I always make sure I set my alarm early enough to shower, have breakfast and relax before setting off to work. Reply

pthompson2116

Posted by: pthompson2116
Posted: 7th Jul 2015

pthompson2116 says: Hi,

I have porridge for breakfast every day and it takes me less than 10 minutes to prepare and eat it, it costs almost nothing and I don't need a mid morning sugar fix.

I buy ordinary rolled oats ($1 per 900g) and add dried fruit and milk the night before so that the porridge and fruit absorb the liquid overnight. The next morning I simply add a bit more milk and microwave it for 90 seconds, then eat it. It is cheap, quick, simple, nutritious and sticks to my ribs until lunch time. Reply

Gypsycat

Posted by: Gypsycat
Posted: 18th Jul 2015

Gypsycat says: i always skipped breakfast, but for last 2 years have been living with someone who feels strongly that I should have something. I now have an 'up & go' breakfast drink as a compromise :) Reply

Synth

Posted by: Synth
Posted: 19th Jul 2015

Synth says: Fresh fruit, yoghurt and special K mixed together in a bowl with either coffee or tea. Reply

Grazzle

Posted by: Grazzle
Posted: 26th Jul 2015

Grazzle says: Very rarely have breakfast, but on a weekend or away camping, then its definetly eggs and bacon Reply

En

Posted by: En
Posted: 27th Jul 2015

En says: Have found that combining a late high protein breakfast/lunch actually saves time and helps to lose weight. Reply

Josh23.5

Posted by: Josh23.5
Posted: 28th Jul 2015

Josh23.5 says: I make my breakfast 4 days in advance so I have ready to go meals. mainly just eggs and steak Reply

Sjc

Posted by: Sjc
Posted: 4th Aug 2015

Sjc says: I have breakfast everyday, normally because as a uni student who also works I'm highly unlikely to find time for lunch. Breakfast is the most important meal and missing it tends to leave me feeling a bit weird later on, specifically very lethargic and just lagging behind. I like to have cornflakes and milo most of time, but lately I've started needing my coffee fix at breakfast, so I've started putting it into my milo as well. Reply

nanhi

Posted by: nanhi
Posted: 9th Aug 2015

nanhi says: I manage already daily breakfast time because I make the breakfast at home my kids and husband. some time we eat bread and tea egg. and some time I make home bread called prutah Indian style a gravy .we enjoy the breakfast at home. Reply

jaxson

Posted by: jaxson
Posted: 14th Aug 2015

jaxson says: breakfast is the only meal that i don't go without. either the following get me started.
Porridge with banana and honey.
Avocado, tomato and egg on toast.
Fresh fruit with yogurt and toasted muesli.
i always carry a 200ml Double barrel cold drip coffee that i sip throughout the day.

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kumarr

Posted by: kumarr
Posted: 14th Aug 2015

kumarr says: well!!break fast is an important meal in daily life as it the breaking point for fasting a meal.we shouldn't skip it,and its very easy to prepare as it consists of numerous varieties yet easy to prepare.it gives you the energy required to perform your duties in your daily life at the start of the day. Reply

Sandbag

Posted by: Sandbag
Posted: 28th Aug 2015

Sandbag says: yeah i used to have breakfast especially milk and egg when i had to gain my weight. because i am busy in work these days i hardly have it. Reply

maninder

Posted by: maninder
Posted: 28th Aug 2015

maninder says: i always make my breakfast for me n my family bread butter jam with tea or bread n omelet with tea n its in my daily routine to make it n take tea after wake up.
bread n butter is my favorite as a vegetarian. Reply

msjasmineyong

Posted by: msjasmineyong
Posted: 29th Aug 2015

msjasmineyong says: Depending on the plans I had on that day , if I have no time or rushing out to work or school , I'll probably prepare my breakfast the night before such as sandwiches , smoothies , juices and overnight oats to just grab and go , where else if I have plenty of time in the morning I'll make myself some healthy protein pancakes , big breakfast consisting of eggs , bacon , sausages and mushrooms . Breakfast is one of my absolute favourite meals of the day , I'll always get excited in the morning ! Reply

Bernie Mc

Posted by: Bernie Mc
Posted: 30th Aug 2015

Bernie Mc says: I have breakfast every day. I just schedule it in to the time I need to allow to get ready in the morning. I normally have a big breakfast, I'm starving in the morning. Usually two pieces of toast, and on it could be courage cheese or ham or some spread. A glass or two of water. And some yoghurt with a banana. Or cornflakes with berries. And a coffee. Reply

Pegasus

Posted by: Pegasus
Posted: 1st Sep 2015

Pegasus says: I absolutely NEVER miss breakfast. I need the energy or I don't function, besides being a diabetic that is NOT a good idea. Most days I have a cooked breakfast - maybe bacon & eggs on toast or eggs on toast and half a "hotpack" tin of something like Irish Stew or Spaghetti. Sometimes 4 WeetBix sometimes porridge sometimes cereal. Unlike my wife who quite often gets up and walks out the door without eating. Reply

swanie

Posted by: swanie
Posted: 1st Sep 2015

swanie says: have breakfast most mornings but sometimes im just to rushed.My ideal breakfast is scrambled eggs with tomato and wholegrain toast and a bit of bacon on the side,and coffee.Yummmmm Reply

Jojo1

Posted by: Jojo1
Posted: 3rd Sep 2015

Jojo1 says: I have breakfast every day. I get up at 4.30 am as I walk daily so have lots of time. I have a smoothie with milk, banana, kiwi fruit, almonds, walnuts, prunes, all bran, oats and psyllum husk. then I have a vegetable juice with different sorts of vegetables. Reply

margy45

Posted by: margy45
Posted: 8th Sep 2015

margy45 says: Usually its either cereal or toast in the morning. Toast with Vegemite and just a glass of OJ.
Reply

socker

Posted by: socker
Posted: 10th Sep 2015

socker says: I have breakfast every morning and have for long as I can remember. If I do not have breakfast in the morning I feel as if my stomach is consuming its self. It consists of cereal except Sunday mornings when I usually have croissants,eggs, cheese and ham. Reply

donkey

Posted by: donkey
Posted: 10th Sep 2015

donkey says: I have to have my Breakfast, even if I've slept in, most of the morning : I start off with a large plate of Weight Watchers Berry Flakes, with a cut up Orange and a Banana also cut up, all in the one large plate and mixed with Milk, Next I have a cup of tea and one slice of toast. Once my Breakfast has settled, I go for a walk around the football field next door to my home, there is a walking path ideally suited for me . On my return home I have a glass of water and settle down to watch Sport events on the TV, I am 85 and I retired at the age of 73. Reply

Sue

Posted by: Sue
Posted: 11th Sep 2015

Sue says: Married a dairy farmer, so got into the habit of breakfast which is ESSENTIAL after being out of bed and hard at work for 3 to 4 hours. It's a good habit, and now that I ma retired ( and a widow) I never miss it. As treat about 10 years ago I bought myself an Italian espresso machine, so now I start every day with a grapefruit, muesli, yoghurt and fruit, and a slice of toast with DIVINE real coffee. Reply

jasia

Posted by: jasia
Posted: 11th Sep 2015

jasia says: eat breakfast everyday - and I vary it everyday - sometimes it is just fruit (this is on the morning I go to the gym - other times - porridge, toast, bagels, sometimes a muffin, sometimes yoghurt but only plain unsweetened Greek style. Then of course I could have an egg - I love breakfasts, they are so versatile. Being retired - we have plenty of time. this was not so when we had full on careers - it was just cereal and a cup of tea.. Reply

Slee220

Posted by: Slee220
Posted: 14th Sep 2015

Slee220 says: I personally believe that breakfast is the most imprortant meal in a day as someone who finds iti hard to get out of bed most mornings I usually resort to coffee and toast during weekdays just because it's quick and fills the gap. It takes less than 10 minis to prepare and eat it. In weekends I like to have toast with scrambled eggs, tomatoes and avocado. My ideal breakfast would be plain oatmeal (no milk added) with fruits and some honey squeezed over it. It's healthy, full of fibre and keeps me going well after mid day. This is my go to breakfast for those cold winter morning. Reply

Jenni

Posted by: Jenni
Posted: 14th Sep 2015

Jenni says: When at a cafe, I generally eat scrambled eggs i.e. breakfast food.
On a daily basis, I soak a quarter cup of raw rolled oats with cranberries overnight. In the morning I cut up a banana and a kiwifruit into the oats. A side of coffee. Lasts until morning tea (11.25 am) Reply

small

Posted by: small
Posted: 20th Sep 2015

small says: I have breakfast every day. I would have no energy and would be really hungry without it. At the moment, my ideal breakfast is carbohydrate foods, and I always eat real foods (no boxed cereals). So my ideal breakfast is paw paw, with black rice and coconut cream (really yummy!). Reply

Moozie

Posted by: Moozie
Posted: 21st Sep 2015

Moozie says: I have it every day. It's just how I start the day Reply

small

Posted by: small
Posted: 21st Sep 2015

small says: Yes, I have breakfast every day and would have no energy if I tried to do without it. I make the time in the morning to get breaky ready but if I have no time, a boiled egg and toast takes very little time.
My ideal breakfast is something carbohydrate but always real food (no boxed cereals), like black rice with paw paw and coconut milk. Yum. Reply

small

Posted by: small
Posted: 21st Sep 2015

small says: Yes, I have breakfast every day and would have no energy if I tried to do without it. I make the time in the morning to get breaky ready but if I have no time, a boiled egg and toast takes very little time.
My ideal breakfast is something carbohydrate but always real food (no boxed cereals), like black rice with paw paw and coconut milk. Yum. Reply

children

Posted by: children
Posted: 24th Sep 2015

children says: depends on season, have oats in winter and cereal in warmer months, try and manage through week, maybe become lunch on weekends. Cannot have before 7.30am Reply

sheza54

Posted by: sheza54
Posted: 26th Sep 2015

sheza54 says: I can't go without breakfast, I have to eat it everyday day. Reply

sheza54

Posted by: sheza54
Posted: 26th Sep 2015

sheza54 says: Cereal for me or a hot breakfast bacon and eggs. Reply

dave7072

Posted by: dave7072
Posted: 27th Sep 2015

dave7072 says: I look forward to brealfast. Sometimes I have porridge with milk & Honey plus whatever else I want to put in it - from fruit to broken up bikkies. Mostly though I have two eggs on toast with bacon plus if available a few few potato wedges or some left over corn chips with jalapenos from last evenings wedges or nachos dinner. :) Reply

Kyant

Posted by: Kyant
Posted: 9th Oct 2015

Kyant says: egg and bacon and avocado on toast washed down with a large cup of coffee Reply

Clareann87

Posted by: Clareann87
Posted: 21st Oct 2015

Clareann87 says: I always have breakfast, because if I don't I get hungry, and if I'm hungry I get grumpy! Before work I usually have a coffee from my Aldi pod machine and some vegemite on toast. On the weekend though I love to go out for breakfast and have smashed avocado on toast with a poached egg. Reply

mausy

Posted by: mausy
Posted: 23rd Oct 2015

mausy says: Love breakfast, muesli every morning, occasionally toast, and sometimes an Up & Go, sometimes enjoy a big cook up on the weekends.. A big cooked traditional breakfast with all the trimmings.. Reply

jen32

Posted by: jen32
Posted: 14th Feb 2016

jen32 says: haven't eaten breakfast since early high school Reply

gargar

Posted by: gargar
Posted: 15th Feb 2016

gargar says: well I haven't got time to write a book but breakfast is the most important meal of the day as it gets you started on the right foot, just cereals , tea and toast is all you need with maybe an egg on the weekends, enjoy, Gail
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nannyogg

Posted by: nannyogg
Posted: 20th Feb 2016

nannyogg says: Every day!! A simple breakfast of cereal & coffee takes hardly any time to make & eat, about 30 minutes, I value that above morning shower or beauty regime, if traffic is bad and I have to leave super early I have cereal packs at work.
Perfect breakfast is the one I don't have to rush off after, on the weekend with hubby, we gave scrambled eggs and bacon on garlic butter toast yum Reply

frannymanny

Posted by: frannymanny
Posted: 23rd Feb 2016

frannymanny says: I have breakfast most days. A high fibre cereal with 2 tbsps of Bloom sCholesterol Balance and 30 ml of Nikken Ciaga. I also take 2 cranberry capsules and I have a coffee. Reply

jollyjan

Posted by: jollyjan
Posted: 1st Mar 2016

jollyjan says: i always manage breakfast.... I hate a small sachet of porridge with half a banana and sliced peaches on top....that gives me the fibre i need and gives me a really good start to the day. Reply

wezo

Posted by: wezo
Posted: 1st Mar 2016

wezo says: i try to eat a full breakfast but carnt hang around to long as work calls,so it may be a coffee and toast,if lucky some fruit with yoghurt,if not lucky fruit bars on the run, Reply

mariams

Posted by: mariams
Posted: 1st Mar 2016

mariams says: I only manage to have breakfast in the morning around 50% of the time, the times that I do i because I've prepared some of the things i normally do in the morning the night before or I've woken up earlier than normal. Reply

Brian1951

Posted by: Brian1951
Posted: 1st Mar 2016

Brian1951 says: I have breakfast every day but only have cornflakes and black tea. Reply

combat barbie

Posted by: combat barbie
Posted: 7th Apr 2016

combat barbie says: You must make time for breakfast, even getting out of bed 15 minutes earlier can give you time for a piece of toast or cereal. I have the same breakfast each day, cup of tea, piece of toast and small bowl of cereal. Couldn't live without it! Reply

Mich

Posted by: Mich
Posted: 21st Apr 2016

Mich says: Breakfast has always been an important part of my day. I used to have a store bought cereal like weetbix or corn flakes, but these days I make up my own muesli. I do it in a large quantity, so it is good to go for a couple of months - the time factor is then very easy. As a couple we look forward to a hot brekkie on Saturday morning as a treat Reply

Elsie007

Posted by: Elsie007
Posted: 13th May 2016

Elsie007 says: During the week I tend have cereal such as wheetbix with milk with an espresso - very quick and easy. To fit it in I just get up earlier if necessary. Saturday is often busy with shopping, house work and the garden so I want something to keep me going so I go with quick cooking oats with milk. On Sunday I take it easier, perhaps some French Toast, or poached egg. Sometimes I experiment with smoothies - fruit and/or vegetable blends with yogurt, coconut milk. My ideal breakfast would be an omelette with truffles, freshly prepared mango juice followed by an espresso - eaten on the patio in the morning sunshine surrounded by native birds. Reply

december

Posted by: december
Posted: 15th May 2016

december says: I have
porridge every morning Reply

why?

Posted by: why?
Posted: 15th May 2016

why? says: I only eat breakfast on days that I wake up. So far, so good. Usually have muesli, toast and a cup of tea. Love to go out for brekky and eat eggs, bacon, tomato, mushies or something else on the menu, like eggs benedict with smoked salmon and spinach, etc accompanied by a glass (or two) of Prosecco or champers.
Wish I could afford it more than once a year! Reply

duanne

Posted by: duanne
Posted: 16th May 2016

duanne says: I try my hardest but more often than not I have my breakfast at lunch time
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Aiddy

Posted by: Aiddy
Posted: 18th May 2016

Aiddy says: I would love to have Breakfast everyday but never have time to wake up , get dressed , showered etc,
so instead I have Up and go shakes , that seems to give me enough to up and go and feel ok, with a coffee and that's it ,
but my Ideal Breakfast would be , Toast 2 slices , with 2 eggs and 3 slices of bacon and a Nice Milk Shake Iced coffee to start the day,
that would be amazing but whos gonna make it for me? NO ONE lol hahahaha.
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Sweets1

Posted by: Sweets1
Posted: 19th May 2016

Sweets1 says: I always make time for breakfast it is my favourite and most hungriest meal. I always exercise in the morning so I am starving. Breakfast is the same every single day. Rolled oats made with water and topped with stewed berries, greek yogurt, nuts and seeds and cinnamon. Yum I never get sick of eating it. Reply

chickenman

Posted by: chickenman
Posted: 19th May 2016

chickenman says: breakfast is the main meal of the day.
i normally have cereal, but sometimes bacon , egg and toast with Vegemite is nice. Reply

Nige

Posted by: Nige
Posted: 20th May 2016

Nige says: Every day, but how I manage it has changed a lot!

I used to be able to get up, have a juice, get in the shower, then jam down a bowl of cereal.
That got harder in my mid 40s, though, so now I have juice, rush to work, and either have cereal there, or go out to a cafe.

Macchiato Pizza in Sydney does really nice Jambon breakfast pizzas! Reply

glenny18

Posted by: glenny18
Posted: 20th May 2016

glenny18 says: Yes breakfast every day. When we get up we have a glass of water, then in little while after that we will have cereal, toast or our shake. If we have an actual breakfast then the shake is for lunch. My favourite breakfast would be eggs benedict as long as the hollandaise is a good one, with mushroom, grilled tomato and hash brown, but that is only rare. If its cereal just a small bowl and if its toast just one piece, but we do have it every day. Reply

frannymanny

Posted by: frannymanny
Posted: 23rd May 2016

frannymanny says: I leave home at 6am three days per week and on those days I just have a coffee.
I have oatmeal or eggs or congee on the other 4 days
my ideal breakfast is two soft-boiled eggs with sesame oil, pepper, and soy sauce . With this, I have a cup of coffee and two slices of toast with kyah jam Reply

Yogi

Posted by: Yogi
Posted: 30th May 2016

Yogi says: Years ago I always had breakfast.
Now I just have some fruit, usually a banana and some citrus. Reply

Steven30074816

Posted by: Steven30074816
Posted: 31st May 2016

Steven30074816 says: It depends on the day. If I'm not going to the gym I have my first meal around 10 am which is usually stif fried mince and veggies made the night before.
If im going to the gym (Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday), breakfast is a shake made up of oats, protein powder, peanut butter, banana, blueberries and almond milk (I'm lactose intolerant).

Sundays i have a full breakfast usually of bacon, eggs, spinach, hash browns and english muffins. Reply

jkl421960

Posted by: jkl421960
Posted: 4th Jun 2016

jkl421960 says: Because I am a Diabetic, I make sure that I make time for breakfast everyday, I have to get up early around 5am because I work 5 days a week and have to leave the house by around 7.05am, so this gives me time to answer my surveys and attend to my social media, I only have a cup of coffee and porridge for breakfast, so quick an easy.
Reply

Tassie Devil

Posted by: Tassie Devil
Posted: 5th Jun 2016

Tassie Devil says: Have breakfast every morning, natural muesli with yoghurt and sometimes fruit. Reply

Gavin

Posted by: Gavin
Posted: 20th Jun 2016

Gavin says: Every day, without fail. I ensure I fit it in, because my health and wellbeing are more important than other things which might compete for the time (such as work).
Cereal, fruit, toast and coffee, with extras on the weekend.
Ideally, it'd be a full buffet breakfast each day, but that requires a good hour to enjoy properly.
How could anyone start their day without it? Reply

Rocketdog

Posted by: Rocketdog
Posted: 20th Jun 2016

Rocketdog says: I never miss My Breakfast as it is the most important meal of the day. Porridge( for Vitamen E, C, folate, Omegas 6, 8, 9 and Roughage for the Colen followed by fruit, Caffeine and chilled water. Once a week I have 2 eggs Poached with spinach, salmon and Bacon.Acrosss the rest of the Day i tend to languish until dinner. Breakfast is all important…. C'est Tous.! Reply

mymonkey

Posted by: mymonkey
Posted: 21st Jun 2016

mymonkey says: I never miss breakfast, I usually get up early and know what I will be having from the night before, everything is so easy, I don't understand how people don't have time...fruit, oats, cereal, a smoothie, toast...all so easy and quick to prepare Reply

butcher1

Posted by: butcher1
Posted: 22nd Jun 2016

butcher1 says: Pretty much the same breakfast every day - muesli with fruit and sometimes yoghurt. Good fibre, keeps me regular. Reply

Lopine

Posted by: Lopine
Posted: 8th Dec 2016

butcher1 says: Pretty much the same breakfast every day - muesli with fruit and sometimes yoghurt. Good fibre, keeps me regular.

Lopine says: Seems we all have breakfast!
I keep BPA free containers and extend the muesli by adding more rolled oats, soak for a while and yes fresh fruit every morning.
Used to be Greek yoghurt as well, now that would be a luxury!
But first, two cups Twinings extra strong English Breakfast tea... a real wake up! Reply

looklively

Posted by: looklively
Posted: 23rd Jun 2016

looklively says: I try and have breakfast everyday. My favourite is poached eggs on spinach with avocado. Just the best Reply

chicababe

Posted by: chicababe
Posted: 26th Jun 2016

chicababe says: i always have yogurt ,fresh fruit and L.S.A mix with green tea Reply

MJ21

Posted by: MJ21
Posted: 29th Jun 2016

MJ21 says: I eat breakfast everyday. Mostly muesli however sometimes I just have yoghurt that I have made at home myself. Tasty and simple. Reply

Calvin

Posted by: Calvin
Posted: 30th Jun 2016

Calvin says: My working day breakfast is left over from previous dinner, basically cook a bit more for dinner, keep them in fridge, then microwave in the morning.
On Sat/Sun, I'll spend time preparing my breakfast, mostly different styles of eggs. And sometimes searching on internet on Friday night for some nice breakfast and cook them in the morning. Reply

Swinburneeducate

Posted by: Swinburneeducate
Posted: 8th Jul 2016

Swinburneeducate says: As a working mum of 3 I find it difficult to get them ready and out the door and have breakfast so have resorted now to making protein shakes so that I have somethig. Ideally would love eggs benedict with bacon every morning Reply

bylx

Posted by: bylx
Posted: 8th Jul 2016

bylx says: I don't have breakfast every day, and if I do it might be about twice a week. Especially during the holidays, I never wake up early enough to have it. My ideal breakfast would be pancakes. Reply

rtgraf

Posted by: rtgraf
Posted: 11th Jul 2016

rtgraf says: Hi, I make sure I have breakfast every morning. I never walk out the door unless I have had breakfast. I am sure that if I would miss out on breakfast at home and make my way to work, I would be tempted to stop of at a fastfood outlet. Reply

rtgraf

Posted by: rtgraf
Posted: 11th Jul 2016

rtgraf says: Hi, I make sure I have breakfast every morning. I never walk out the door unless I have had breakfast. I am sure that if I would miss out on breakfast at home and make my way to work, I would be...

rtgraf says: During the week I love a bowl of Weetbix, pumpkin seeds, chai seeks and berries. On the weekend I either have my normal cereal or I might have a change and have a couple of crumpets or a small serve of Bacon and Eggs. I have always believed that breakfast is very important to our health as it starts your body's metabolism. . Reply

Posted by: Anonymous
Posted: 13th Jul 2016

says: It is very rare that I find time for breakfast in the mornings unless I have the opportunity to sleep in on the weekend. Usually I rush out the door with a coffee that fills me up for an hour or so and I bring an avocado bread so that I can make avocado toast after my first lecture at university as a late breakfast. Reply

Mim88032

Posted by: Mim88032
Posted: 14th Jul 2016

Mim88032 says: I am the worst morning person ever and so unfortunately never have time for breakfast and so just simply never have it. However i cannot just wake up and eat a lunch meal so I will alays eat breakfast foods (toast, musli bar, yogurt, cereal, porridge, etc), but just have it either on the go (in the car) or really late in the day when it's meant to be lunch time.

My ideal breakfast would be a savoury cooked breakfast, so avocado and scrambled or poached eggs on sour dough bread with crispy bacon, hash browns and haloumi cheese, and a chai latte or tea! YUM! Reply

purbs

Posted by: purbs
Posted: 15th Jul 2016

purbs says: Am trying the 5:2 diet and losing weight BUT always have breakfast. Yoghurt, tiny bit of weetbix and strawberries then sprinkle chia seeds on top. Feel much better for it and only takes minutes and do not get hungary throughout the morning which is good
Reply

AlanBam

Posted by: AlanBam
Posted: 17th Jul 2016

AlanBam says: I am a college student and I try my best to wake up two hours before school everyday to make myself breakfast. To me, breakfast is really important and family has always kept the habit of having breakfast everyday.
My ideal breakfast would have most of the important nutrients the human body needs, carbohydrates, protein, fibre and some fat. So I usually eat whole wheat bread with cheddar cheese and oatmeal. Reply

AlanBam

Posted by: AlanBam
Posted: 17th Jul 2016

AlanBam says: I am a college student and I try my best to wake up two hours before school everyday to make myself breakfast. To me, breakfast is really important and family has always kept the habit of having breakfast everyday.
My ideal breakfast would have most of the important nutrients the human body needs, carbohydrates, protein, fibre and some fat. So I usually eat whole wheat bread with cheddar cheese and oatmeal. Reply

Cazza1989

Posted by: Cazza1989
Posted: 17th Jul 2016

Cazza1989 says: My ideal breakfast would be:
Pancakes with Caramel or maple syrup and cream
Bacon
A large mug of coffee Reply

Chelle65

Posted by: Chelle65
Posted: 19th Jul 2016

Chelle65 says: I have breakfast every day. I switch between, muesli and yoghurt, porridge, English muffin with vegemite and cheese or yoghurt and fruit. I also include a glass of juice and a cup of coffee. On weekends I have a cooked breakfast for my granddaughter and myself. Reply

Timbo

Posted by: Timbo
Posted: 22nd Jul 2016

Timbo says: I manage to have a good hearty breakfast every day. No problem with time as I am retired anyway but on the other hand I have always made time for the same kind of breakfast as it is so important to my health. I start with an Orange then a Banana, then a Brazil Nut, 6 Almonds, 2 dried Apricots and 2 Prunes. I then have a plate of cereal - either 2 Weet-Bix with a cup of Milk or a serve of Muesli or a plate of Oatmeal Porridge. Sometimes I may also have a couple of Eggs or some Lentils on Toast. I usually finish with a slice of Multigrain Bread with a variety of spreads like Vegemite, Peanut Butter and Marmalade or Honey. Reply

Ziah

Posted by: Ziah
Posted: 23rd Jul 2016

Ziah says: I'm interested in finding out how many people manage to make time for breakfast everyday! And if you do manage to, how do you fit it in?

I set my alarm for two hours (or thereabouts) before I need to leave to be somewhere just so I have time for some sort of breakfast. These days it is mostly so I have time to relax over a decent cup of tea (or coffee on the days when I need a serious caffeine kick) before taking my morning vitamins and a protein bar and heading out the door. On the mornings when I have to be out the door at 6:45, a 4:30am alarm is a very rude awakening, but it's worth it to ensure a hot drink and time to myself.

If you don't have it everyday, how often do you manage to have it?

There are a few days I don't end up with time to sit (most often due to feline emergencies), so I grab a protein bar and a travel mug and drink my hot drink on the way to where I am going and eat my bar when I get there. I never miss the meal itself (due to nutritional needs) but the method can differ.

And what would be your ideal breakfast?

My ideal breakfast is poached eggs over a gluten free English muffin, with a side of maple bacon, home made baked beans, a couple of chicken sausage chipolatas, grilled tomato, sauteed mushrooms and a home made hash brown, with gluten-free waffles and maple syrup as a chaser. Alas I can no longer eat most of that (due to stomach surgery and sensitivities), so my current go-to breakfast is a pot (500ml) of extra-strong Twinings English Breakfast Tea, followed by either two small pieces of gluten free toast and plum jam or Vegemite or a Systemax low-carb protein bar or a small protein shake :/ Reply

jtmorri

Posted by: jtmorri
Posted: 24th Jul 2016

jtmorri says: I have breakfast everyday. I fit it in as I don't work. My ideal breakfast is light, yoghurt and coffee. Reply

KHenry

Posted by: KHenry
Posted: 25th Jul 2016

KHenry says: Every day egg on toast and a coffee, wake up a little early every day and make kids breakfast first. My ideal breakfast every day would be a pastry and a coffee but my butt and thighs say no :( Reply

Rabbits1

Posted by: Rabbits1
Posted: 25th Jul 2016

Rabbits1 says: I try to fit it in, if extra time poor I will aim to have an up and go!

I aim to have it 6-7 days/week.

Ideal would be (if not health issues related) would be nice poached eggs with bacon, eggs, tomato and toast) :) Reply

Susan30241286

Posted by: Susan30241286
Posted: 26th Jul 2016

Susan30241286 says: Porridge with fresh fruit honey nartural yoghurt and berries yummy Reply

gabyjade

Posted by: gabyjade
Posted: 26th Jul 2016

gabyjade says: I make time for breakfast because it gives me something to look forward to in the morning! I just give myself enough time to get ready in the morning and don't feel rushed, I find it less stressful. My ideal breakfast would be an acai bowl but we all know they aren't as healthy as they seem! Reply

ashliketchum

Posted by: ashliketchum
Posted: 27th Jul 2016

ashliketchum says: i never used to take breakfast back in high school because there was never time to and i rarely ever felt hungry in the morning. but once i started college and was living by myself, i ate breakfast at around 9 almost daily. i mostly ate out because i'm not into cereal or snacks and i don't have the skill to cook up something i can actually bite through. but my ideal breakfast would just be a full traditional english breakfast with toast and eggs and bacon~~ Reply

sonb4

Posted by: sonb4
Posted: 30th Jul 2016

sonb4 says: I'm addicted to exercise so can't go without a workout first thing. This gets the blood pumping which invokes the 'refuel' message in my stomach. My diet rarely varies so a good cardio workout is rewarded with 6 weet-bix mixed with 3 mashed bananas which keeps me going until lunch time. Reply

Luke

Posted by: Luke
Posted: 3rd Aug 2016

Luke says: Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. I suggest you have oats or eggs they are proven to be best! Reply

BeckyBee

Posted by: BeckyBee
Posted: 5th Aug 2016

BeckyBee says: I manage to have breakfast anytime between 6:00am and 10:30am everyday!!
Ideally i just have a mixture of oats prepared the night before, if i dont expect to have much time, or just that morning otherwise. Its versitile and the flavours and texture can be easily changed and its nutritious. Reply

Posted by: Anonymous
Posted: 5th Aug 2016

says: I used to never eat breakfast, as food looked legitimately disgusting that early in the morning. But thanks to a fitness tracker that annoyed me every time I didn't eat, I have started eating again. On my days off I have toast and a hot chocolate, but when I'm at university I have yoghurt. Reply

Bec123

Posted by: Bec123
Posted: 5th Aug 2016

Bec123 says: Always have my breakfast every day! without it I find it tricky to concentrate and tend to get a bit lethargic. It helps to actually plan time to actually make and eat breakfast into your morning routine even if it means getting up that little bit earlier. An ideal breakfast for me is a small meal which isn't too rich or fatty. Reply

TonyL

Posted by: TonyL
Posted: 8th Aug 2016

TonyL says: Usually twice a week, i make time for breakfast. I make up for it with a big lunch Reply

Benno Davies

Posted by: Benno Davies
Posted: 9th Aug 2016

Benno Davies says: I might have breakfast 4 days a week and my usual breakfast is vegemite on toast and a cup of coffee.

My ideal breakfast would be a cooked breakfast, with eggs, bacon, toast, pancakes, cooked mushrooms and tomato, hash browns and a coffee Reply

haydn1996

Posted by: haydn1996
Posted: 9th Aug 2016

haydn1996 says: I would estimate I put in anywhere from 10 minutes to half an hour for breakfast each morning. If I'm rushed for time I'll usually have something quick and easy to make, like toast or a bowl of cereal. If time permits though I'll usually make something more substantial - and put more time and effort into it. Every now and then I also skip breakfast, not regularly, usually if I'm just not overly hungry. The ideal breakfast definitely has eggs in there somewhere, whether their fried or in an omelette, with some pancakes, fresh fruit and yoghurt. Reply

Rahat

Posted by: Rahat
Posted: 10th Aug 2016

Rahat says: My sister make me breakfast every morning. But still I normally spend 10-15 mins for having my morning meal and I prefer noodles/sandwich. Reply

Posted by: Anonymous
Posted: 11th Aug 2016

says: I try to fit it in everyday, I always set aside time for it! Reply

jester123

Posted by: jester123
Posted: 12th Aug 2016

jester123 says: I hate getting up in the mornings so it's usually a matter of getting up, shower and off to work. I usually skip breakfast, i'm not usually hungry anyway, i just grab a large coffee or an ice coffee in summer and that lasts me until lunchtime. On the weekend I might go out and have a cooked breakfast and occasionally enjoy a sachet of quick microwave cooked oats.
My ideal breakfast would be fresh fruit salad with yoghurt, maybe a danish or fresh croissant. I like variety. I can't eat the same thing everyday Reply

Miraclez

Posted by: Miraclez
Posted: 17th Aug 2016

Miraclez says: 5 min, milk bread and oatmeal fasr and easy Reply

CWG

Posted by: CWG
Posted: 17th Aug 2016

CWG says: Simple and easy.... Milk, oats and fruits, mainly apples... Sometimes butter toast... Reply

squeekums

Posted by: squeekums
Posted: 17th Aug 2016

squeekums says: I make time for coffee
Eating in the am just makes me feel off all day Reply

Shannon

Posted by: Shannon
Posted: 23rd Aug 2016

Shannon says: it's like taking a shower on the morning I add say 30 minutes for each thing I have to do before work and I hate a set time to leave so I get up at the same time each day it's boring and a little mundane but it works Reply

Steph

Posted by: Steph
Posted: 24th Aug 2016

Steph says: I eat breakfast every day. I have fruit and yoghurt sprinkled with muesli and nuts on weekdays. It takes me five minutes at the most to prepare. I go out on Saturday mornings for breakfast and home cooked on Sunday. Reply

Posted by: Anonymous
Posted: 24th Aug 2016

says: Hey,
I used to skip breakfast and go straight to class with either a banana or a cereal bar. However, I soon realise that the reason why I wasn't able to stay awake during the day is because I didn't eat breakfast. I also exercise twice a day so it really wasn't healthy!
The best tip I could give you is to wake up earlier to prepare something, even a smoothie with fruits, musli or whatever else you want in it.
You can prepare musli the night before and chill it in the fridge, it taste amazing in the morning with some honey and fruit. Reply

pickle

Posted by: pickle
Posted: 24th Aug 2016

pickle says: ideal a leisurely one not gulped down while doing a million other things as well/i would like a cooked brekkie simple bacon and eggs Reply

shelly47

Posted by: shelly47
Posted: 25th Aug 2016

shelly47 says: I always have a cup of tea with 1 toast with butter and Vegemite or honey. If we are on holidays my favourite breakfast is orange juice 4oz, poached eggs on toast and cup or tea. If I'm extra hungry I like muesli with fresh fruit and a little yogurt before the eggs on toast. Reply

Paigee

Posted by: Paigee
Posted: 1st Sep 2016

Paigee says: I can't go without having breakfast everyday. I will always have a soy iced coffee and either toast or cereal. Sometimes the odd waffles or pancakes depending on how I feel each morning. Reply

Steve30342827

Posted by: Steve30342827
Posted: 1st Sep 2016

Steve30342827 says: Breakfast every day, can't do without it. Toast with spreads is the usual go to (with a cup of coffee), sometimes cereals or other things depending on how much time I have. Reply

Adrienne30317592

Posted by: Adrienne30317592
Posted: 6th Sep 2016

Adrienne30317592 says: there is always time to eat. I have a busy household work fulltime and have little people - i get up early exercise, feed everyone before getting out the door by 7.30. I dont get it when people say they dont have time to eat. Breakfast is easy. we have porridge, eggs, toast, smoothies etc different things for different days and individual taste Reply

Kelly30242970

Posted by: Kelly30242970
Posted: 6th Sep 2016

Kelly30242970 says: Everyday without fail.
I take daily medication that I need to have food with, so I basically don't have any other option. I also find it helps me think better when my stomach isn't growling at me.
During the week, I stick to something light like a protein shake and fruit or yoghurt with nuts and seeds; but on the weekend I do like to make pancakes with fresh berries and Maple syrup or banana bread with marscapone, golden syrup and berries. during winter I like polenta cooked with sugar and milk served with creme freche and maple syrup or semolina cooked in milk & sugar served with a dollop of jam
Reply

smiley

Posted by: smiley
Posted: 7th Sep 2016

smiley says: mixed cereal topped with yoghurt and full cream milk, very nourishing all good fibre, calcium and protein what else would you need to start your day and a cuppa to top it up Reply

Sasha-louise

Posted by: Sasha-louise
Posted: 11th Sep 2016

Sasha-louise says: I always try to have breakfast, if I'm running late I always have apples and bananas in the fruit bowl to grab and muesli bars in the cardboard. Recently I've also been trying a protein shake as it's quick, easy and more filling on those days I'm on the run. Reply

T0teslegit

Posted by: T0teslegit
Posted: 15th Sep 2016

T0teslegit says: I have breakfast most days - even if it is only a slice of toast on the run. I find that if I don't have it I will be less focused at work and uni, also I tend to head towards the sugary snacks throughout the day. Planning the morning to have enough time to have a small breakfast just allows me to wake up and start the day better.
However, if i could chose my ideal breakfast would be a vegetarian big breakfast. Think crumpets with avocado, cheese, tomatos, spinach, mushrooms, pine nuts with a youghurt and spread of fresh fruits all with an excellent roasted coffee... all made for me and delivered to my bed! Reply

musicmum

Posted by: musicmum
Posted: 27th Sep 2016

musicmum says: Yes I eat brekkie everyday, start with a glass of water kefir, then a bowl of fresh fruit cut up into a fruit salad, then I have a break and later have bowl of buckwheat porridge or buckwheat bukinis with coconut and puffed buckwheat and almond milk. I started doing this a few years ago after getting sick and I feel great now. A very healthy start to the day is really important, will stop you from getting the munchies later on and eating rubbish. Reply

Yellow-sun

Posted by: Yellow-sun
Posted: 27th Sep 2016

Yellow-sun says: I always have breakfast. I find it hard to function without it.
My ideal breakfast is fresh scrambled eggs on toast, crispy bacon and tomatoes on the side.
Freshly squeezed orange juice and a cup of tea. Reply

Anonymous

Posted by: Anonymous
Posted: 3rd Oct 2016

says: I generally don't get time to eat breakfast, either I wake up late or just can't be bothered.
an ideal breakfast would be eggs benedict. Reply

GHOSTWALKERIII

Posted by: GHOSTWALKERIII
Posted: 6th Oct 2016

GHOSTWALKERIII says: Always have breakfast every day gives you the kick start for the day. Reply

RobMcKie

Posted by: RobMcKie
Posted: 7th Oct 2016

RobMcKie says: I eat the same breakfast every day; muesli with milk and a banana sliced on top. I drink coffee and orange juice. Sometimes I prepare the moka the night before and lay out all the ingredients on the kitchen bench. Just turn the stove on and I'm away. Reply

Karrots

Posted by: Karrots
Posted: 25th Oct 2016

Karrots says: Have to have breakie as if not I get truly sick just goes to show the body knows what it needs. Reply

Migaloo

Posted by: Migaloo
Posted: 25th Oct 2016

Migaloo says: I always have breakfast every morning , some times cereal , some times a diet shake , l love break fast can not go with out my breakfast .I make sure l get up early every day to get my breakfast in . Reply

CameronH

Posted by: CameronH
Posted: 25th Oct 2016

CameronH says: I have breakfast approx. 5 times a week, normally either cereal/yoghurt and muesli/toast. The days I don't have breakfast, I am either choosing to sleep in before work or don't feel like any food in the house. My ideal breakfast would be fruit, bacon and eggs, coffee and juice. Reply

Anonymous

Posted by: Anonymous
Posted: 26th Oct 2016

says: Breakfast every morning is the only reason i'm not dead by 10am. I simply can't and also refuse to start my day without food (and i realise that may sound very first world) but it is so important for functioning, for attention, concentration and my mood. I would rather be late than hungry, since i'm no good to anyone till i do eat. I am an early riser, so i like to give myself time in the morning to eat before getting ready, so this means i get up between 5 and 6 on uni days so i can make sure i eat. On any other day i still like to get up at least 20 minutes before having to start getting ready to make sure i eat. Reply

Rossissmellingtheroses

Posted by: Rossissmellingtheroses
Posted: 27th Oct 2016

Rossissmellingtheroses says: I do have breakfast every day. I am self employed from home, so, after I get organised & drink around 500 ml. of filtered water, I take an hour off & eat yoghurt with a muesli & fruit preparation that I make myself, followed by a mug of coffee that I take back to my office. Reply

chickenman

Posted by: chickenman
Posted: 27th Oct 2016

chickenman says: i have breakfast every day. it is the most important meal of the day. it kick-starts the metabolism and provides energy
to get going. Reply

wendel

Posted by: wendel
Posted: 28th Oct 2016

wendel says: Can't beat my cup of tea and peanut butter on toast. Reply

wooly

Posted by: wooly
Posted: 28th Oct 2016

wooly says: I have breakfast every day. Ideally it would be eggs, bacon, hashbrowns, but honestly I'm a lazy bugger most mornings. So tea and toast it is. But I often make toast for my wife, too, so I'm a nice guy. I always get up in time to make it before I start my day. Not a huge feat as I'm retired, but on golf days it's important! Reply

MazzyJ

Posted by: MazzyJ
Posted: 31st Oct 2016

MazzyJ says: I rarely eat breakfast because I always feel sick after I do. Some days I don't get hungry until about 11pm.
My ideal breaky would be Homemade Bacon Bone veggie soup with a slice of toast.
Reply

Blossom

Posted by: Blossom
Posted: 31st Oct 2016

Blossom says: I always have breakfast, even if I sleep in and get up late with 10 minutes to be out the door, even if it is just a muesli bar, not one of my usual choices, yoghurt with cereal, or toast with jam, lemon butter or peanut butter on it. Reply

Cayla30444906

Posted by: Cayla30444906
Posted: 31st Oct 2016

Cayla30444906 says: I hardly ever manage breakfast, I just don't have time, however when info I always have rice bubbles with yoghurt or just a Vegemite or promite toast Reply

bj

Posted by: bj
Posted: 1st Nov 2016

bj says: I always have cereal for breakfast. Some times change the brands, in winter its the old porridge every other day.
If on holiday I take what is on offer Reply

Madzz12

Posted by: Madzz12
Posted: 1st Nov 2016

Madzz12 says: I have never enjoyed breakfast, I always found it extremely difficult to eat first thing in the morning. I recently started having smoothies for breakfast and find them to be quite refreshing. The appeal of smoothies to me is that I can drink at my own pace, I can drink my smoothie while I am getting ready in the morning too which is a good time saver. It takes me 5 minutes to make my smoothie and I only use household ingredients. My favourite smoothie consists of a handful of frozen berries, 1 banana and 1 kiwi fruit, 1 cup of coconut water, 1 tablespoon of greek yoghurt and a teaspoon of chia seeds and LSA seeds. Reply

jacob30449624

Posted by: jacob30449624
Posted: 1st Nov 2016

jacob30449624 says: Almost never get the opportunity to eat in the morning!
However when i do it is always something cheap, an apple, banana, cereal or toast. Always get around to having a coffee though, as unhealthy as this sounds Reply

jacob30449624

Posted by: jacob30449624
Posted: 1st Nov 2016

jacob30449624 says: Almost never get the opportunity to eat in the morning!
However when i do it is always something cheap, an apple, banana, cereal or toast. Always get around to having a coffee though, as unhealthy as this sounds Reply

mazzab

Posted by: mazzab
Posted: 2nd Nov 2016

mazzab says: I have breakfast every day and it consists of a bowl of either Muesli or Granola. I cannot imagine not eating within 30minutes of getting out of bed.. It is an absolute MUST for me and always has been.. I have never missed out on breakfast and I am now69 years young.
Reply

Sophiejane

Posted by: Sophiejane
Posted: 4th Nov 2016

Sophiejane says: I make time for breakfast. But if I am short on time, then I will have something quick, like some fruit and nuts I can eat on the go, or a soylent shake. If I have a moderate amount of time I will have a bowl of porridge or muesli, and if I have a lot of time I might make a big fruit salad or smoothie bowl, with some coconut yoghurt. My ideal breakfast would be either of the latter two, added with some good company (and maybe a hashbrown, or vegan pancakes for a treat) Reply

evie52

Posted by: evie52
Posted: 14th Nov 2016

evie52 says: My ideal breakfast would be scrambled eggs with bacon and baked beans with plenty of toast and nice big mug of coffee. But generally I have yoghurt or oats with a nice big cuppa because it is healthier for me but also boring!! Reply

Jinja

Posted by: Jinja
Posted: 14th Nov 2016

Jinja says: As breakfast is the most important meal of the day, I will always make time for it. My favourite is scrambled eggs, with diced fresh tomato on top. Reply

Kitkat*

Posted by: Kitkat*
Posted: 15th Nov 2016

Kitkat* says: Daily. Just cerials and tea Reply

Bree1983

Posted by: Bree1983
Posted: 17th Nov 2016

Bree1983 says: I try too.... but with a school aged child getting ready for school, and two little ones under 2 and a half years, most mornings I manage a couple of cups of coffee and do try eat anything until after 9am and even then it's most just a couple of pieces of toast. Reply

Keri

Posted by: Keri
Posted: 17th Nov 2016

Keri says: I don't always have time for breakfast because i have a bad habit of waking up late. When i do have time for breakfast i will usually have the microwave oats with some banana this will occur about 3 times a week. On Sundays i will go to a cafe for break and i will usually order pancakes. Reply

Maisy30451621

Posted by: Maisy30451621
Posted: 21st Nov 2016

Maisy30451621 says: I don't always have breakfast, only when I'm hungry in the morning. Reply

bini

Posted by: bini
Posted: 28th Nov 2016

bini says: every day. sometimes just toast with jam or something savoury, sometimes something with eggs and always with coffee Reply

socker

Posted by: socker
Posted: 29th Nov 2016

socker says: Never miss having cereal and a cup of tea for breakfast. If I don't i start to feel sick after being up for about an hour. Reply

Posted by: Anonymous
Posted: 30th Nov 2016

says: I don't enjoy it, but force myself to eat it as life is so busy I don't know when next I'll get to eat... everyday.

I wake early and eat it while doing other things!

A slice of wholegrain toast slathered in butter and topped with a fried eat with a side of crispy bacon and fried button mushrooms. And a strong cup of tea.. Yum! Reply

Posted by: Anonymous
Posted: 1st Dec 2016

says: I'm an Aussie Kid. Breakfast is meant to be the most important meal of the day so I endeavour to make time to prepare and eat this meal as often as possible. I will eat breakfast most mornings of the week unless I am in a rush and have a busy day. I sometimes leave home just having my morning cup of coffee but try to prevent missing out as little as possible.
I cannot go without my large cup of coffee with 2 sugars and a big dollop of cream. I love my cream, naughty me. I also cannot leave home without having my vegemite fix. Generally all I can eat in the mornings is my two pieces of toast, one with vegemite and the other with jam of various varieties. I also love my cereals, Weetbix, Coco pops, Rice bubbles etc. and sometimes porridge.
On the weekends I like to treat myself with some cooked bacon and eggs and whatever else I can add such as baked beans, mushrooms, tomatoes with cheese, and sausages. Some think I'm strange but I must have some green on the plate such as spinach or asparagus. Makes in colourful and covers all the food groups. Yum Yum. Reply

musicmum

Posted by: musicmum
Posted: 8th Dec 2016

musicmum says: Fruit, ,just have fruit for breakfast, either make up a fruit salad the night before or grab a banana, will give you quick sustainable energy. Reply

Swinburneeducate

Posted by: Swinburneeducate
Posted: 9th Dec 2016

Swinburneeducate says: As a life habit I developed I never used to eat breakfast as I never felt I had time. My sleep was more important so I thought. In the past year I have developed a new habit of making a protein shake that I can walk around with while getting kids ready for school. I have found I now feel more organised and get more done in the mornings Reply

LizzyC

Posted by: LizzyC
Posted: 9th Dec 2016

LizzyC says: I cannot eat first thing in the morning, cup of coffee and that's it! I always have some fruit and yoghurt before I start work - around 8 am. Has always worked for me. But I do love a big late breakfast on the weekend, that usually sees me through to dinner time.
Reply

Ajit

Posted by: Ajit
Posted: 10th Dec 2016

Ajit says: I take my Breakfast at home as prepared by my wife Reply

Ajit

Posted by: Ajit
Posted: 10th Dec 2016

Ajit says: I take my Breakfast at home as prepared by my wife Reply

Aliyaraya

Posted by: Aliyaraya
Posted: 15th Dec 2016

Aliyaraya says: I have something for breakfast everyday - can't start my day without it. I sometime have normal toast, raisin toast, crumpet, muffin, or a fully cooked breakfast of bacon, eggs, sausages, tomato (this is usually on the weekends) and finally pancakes on a Sunday morning. Reply

youi

Posted by: youi
Posted: 17th Dec 2016

youi says: I have breakfast every day without fail.Consists of 2 Wheat Bix with milk and 3 or 4 slices of of tinned peaches followed by slice of toasted wholemeal bread,half with peanut butter,half with marmalade followed by mug of coffee Reply

Rocketdog

Posted by: Rocketdog
Posted: 17th Dec 2016

Rocketdog says: We Wake early enough to enjoy some special moments in the Morning to enjoy a healthy breakfast of Goodness Superfoods Heart Cereal of Barley Flakes with Cranberries, Cinnamon and Almonds served in Yoghurt or Lite A2 Milk. Every weekend we have Free Range Poached eggs, Smoked Salmon Steamed Spinach with Pine Nuts or pepittas on Lightlky Toasted Burgen Soy and Linseed Bread. I finish with a short Expresso and Fruit Jiuce. Occasionally we splash out an go Muffins or Crumpet drizzled in Honey ,Vegemite or Jam. Reply

Peenienie

Posted by: Peenienie
Posted: 18th Dec 2016

Peenienie says: I regularly have breakfast, in saying this i also skip quite a lot on uni days as i do not manage my time efficiently, running late very often Reply

mausy

Posted by: mausy
Posted: 18th Dec 2016

mausy says: Love, breakfast, I always make time for muesli, yogurt and coffee.. weekends a little more special.. Reply

duncs

Posted by: duncs
Posted: 21st Dec 2016

duncs says: I don't always have time for breakfast, but every morning I will at least try to eat some fruit while I'm on the go! Reply

Nand8635

Posted by: Nand8635
Posted: 23rd Dec 2016

Nand8635 says: I absolutely love breakfast. I wake up at such a time to ensure I have around 20 minutes to make coffee and tea, eggs and toast (or porridge if I'm in a rush).

Ideal breakfast: Poached eggs on sourdough toast with side of avocado and bacon. Large coffee in a take away cup (to keep it warm).

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jaylee215

Posted by: jaylee215
Posted: 24th Dec 2016

jaylee215 says: I eat breakfast every morning, without fail. I'm usually starving by the time I wake up because I don't generally snack after dinner. Fitting breakfast in every morning isn't a problem for me because I don't start work until the late morning. My ideal breakfast would be a fruit smoothie and a toasted sandwich. Cereal just doesn't fill me up enough and I don't eat eggs anymore. Reply

Zany

Posted by: Zany
Posted: 5th Jan 2017

Zany says: I have breakfast everyday. I work 5 days a week so I make bircher muesli the night before and then take it to work and it is ready to eat all I add is some fresh fruit and I have a very filling and healthy breakfast. Of a weekend I have a cooked breakfast or some muesli with fresh fruit. My favourite breakfast would have to be the bircher muesli. Reply

bettythrelfo

Posted by: bettythrelfo
Posted: 9th Jan 2017

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Stitchfan93

Posted by: Stitchfan93
Posted: 13th Jan 2017

Stitchfan93 says: I always tell myself to make time to eat breakfast as:

1) I need my energy.
2) To ensure I don't gain too much weight.

I either make myself toast and coffee or oatmeal. Simple yet effective! =) Reply

Anonymous

Posted by: Anonymous
Posted: 13th Jan 2017

says: I always have some yogurt and muesli at home.
If I don't have time, I just grab one lunch box, mix the yogurt and muesli and eat it on the way that I go to Uni. Reply

Burnt Out Digger

Posted by: Burnt Out Digger
Posted: 18th Jan 2017

Burnt Out Digger says: I make sure that I have a good sized breakfast every day so that I have the nourishment and energy to carry me through the day. Without a decent breakfast I do not perform well. Reply

bossn

Posted by: bossn
Posted: 20th Jan 2017

bossn says: For me personally, I've found that eating certain foods, gives me a staggering amount of energy throughout my working/social day so fueling up in the morning lets me burn it. Now, because of all this energy I tend to wake up early and because of all this energy which equates to simply being healthy offers myself enough time to prepare breakfast(usually just eggs and toast, coffee or just plain glass of milk). It is usually due to time constraints that people don't have breakfast as much as they should. It's really on you to sleep early to making sure you get enough rest/recovery for the following day. I myself sleep at around 8-10 pm and get up around 9-10 hours later which is more then sufficient. Ideal breakfast is a hearty meal, history has told us to eat certain foods for the morning but in all honesty, you should really have something that boost your energy and will hold you until your next meal. You should not be hungry when leaving the house because the lack of energy will simply make you tired and lazy. Reply

V

Posted by: V
Posted: 20th Jan 2017

V says: I always make a smoothie for breakfast and occasionally will have cereal or fruit Reply

Vinoomika

Posted by: Vinoomika
Posted: 21st Jan 2017

Vinoomika says: Breakfast foods are my favourite - unfortunately, I like my sleep more, so I tend to sleep until the last possible moment and then just shower, dress and leave. :(

At the moment, I just have a coffee during my morning tea time, and I have my lunch exactly on time, because I'm usually starving by then. My most favourite breakfast is waffles, but I also like this meal just as much: 2 fried eggs, toast, a small cube of feta cheese, one hashbrown, half a grilled tomato, a small serving of baby spinach and a little bacon on the side. I guess these things sound so perfect only because I have them sometimes. They are too fattening to have everyday, I suppose.

I love honey and nut cornflakes too. Enough to have this, with 2 WeetBix and milk for dinner/supper sometimes. Reply

bearman

Posted by: bearman
Posted: 22nd Jan 2017

bearman says: always have breakfast; whether i actually sit down or have to eat on the run. usually 2 pieces of toast with jam or ham/ cheese and a glass of water followed by juice or tea Reply

Zelda

Posted by: Zelda
Posted: 23rd Jan 2017

Zelda says: I eat breakfast as my first meal of the day, every single day. Regardless of what time I wake up. I have high fibre cereal mixed with muesli and fruit and low fat milk. My ideal breakfast would be at a cafe. It would be a yummy fruit pancake with a good cappuccino. Reply

helly

Posted by: helly
Posted: 29th Jan 2017

helly says: I think its important to eat breakfast everyday no matter what it is. Drinking water early in the morning to re-hydrate after sleeping.
Followed by breakfast. I have oats in the winter and a cup of green tea. Cereal in the summer and a cup of green tea. Reply

nome0171

Posted by: nome0171
Posted: 2nd Feb 2017

nome0171 says: Well i very rarely have breakfast so normally around 11 i am hungry. So most days i tell myself tomorrow I must have breakfast.
I try to stick with fruit, yoghurt or cereal when i do have breakfast....once a week. Reply

chickenman

Posted by: chickenman
Posted: 3rd Feb 2017

chickenman says: breakfast is the main meal of my day : if i only eat one meal a day, it is b/fast. Reply

Doobie

Posted by: Doobie
Posted: 6th Feb 2017

Doobie says: I work fulltime & manage everyday to prepare & eat breakfast
I have a routine where i get out of bed Shower,dress & go to the kitchen
where i put the kettle on & 2 slices of bread in the toaster
I then have a cup of black coffee no sugar & my toast with vegemite & a glass of water with my medications
On the weekends i vary with my breaky,either bacon & eggs or omelette or occassionly a treat with a buffet breakfast somewhere special
I believe breakfast is the most important meal to start the day & if i dont have it i feel i just can not function normally Reply

MazzyJ

Posted by: MazzyJ
Posted: 20th Feb 2017

MazzyJ says: I don't eat breakfast. I get up have my thyroid tablet then need to wait on hour and then have my 3 pain pills then by that time I'n not hungry Reply

FromTheLikes

Posted by: FromTheLikes
Posted: 20th Feb 2017

FromTheLikes says: I always try to find the time to have breakfast in the morning, because if ever I don't manage it I find myself feeling extremely sick until I do eat. The few times I missed breakfast since leaving high school have left me tired, agitated, and increasingly unable to focus on my work. So I always spare at least five minutes to shovel food in my mouth of a morning, lest I want to feel like the walking dead all day. My prefered breakfast is either vegemite on toast with a cup of tea, a bowl of cereal, or -if I've got time and ingredients- I'll whip up some pancakes. If I'm running late I usually have a piece of fruit or a muesli bar, just to tide me over until I can properly feed myself. Reply

mulbs

Posted by: mulbs
Posted: 21st Feb 2017

mulbs says: Have always eaten breakfast and will continue to do so. Usually fruit and muesli, followed by toast and spread always washed down by orange juice freshly squeezed each morning. I rarely have a cold so it must be the fresh orange juice! Well that's my theory and I'm sticking to it. Ideal breakfast would be in a luxury hotel somewhere and being waited on, one can dream ! Reply

phill

Posted by: phill
Posted: 21st Feb 2017

phill says: not of a lot of people in my family or work colleagues have time for breakfast as most start work at around 6:30-7:30am, products such as up and go are my go to for breakfast and all my colleagues do the same. (work in the electrical industry) Reply

nopecs2016

Posted by: nopecs2016
Posted: 22nd Feb 2017

nopecs2016 says: I manage to have it nearly everyday.
I don't know if my breakfast is ideal or not but as long as there is apple and water/milk, that would do.
I usually have breakfast with an apple, a bowl of cereal+milk, two slices of toast with Nutella (& sometimes cheese)... Reply

happyjack

Posted by: happyjack
Posted: 27th Feb 2017

happyjack says: Every day without fail, poached egg on toast with cooked tomato and some mushrooms would be ideal. Reply

sophiew011

Posted by: sophiew011
Posted: 27th Feb 2017

sophiew011 says: Two slices of vegemite toast every day - takes 3 minutes to prepare and 10 minutes to eat over reading the paper or scrolling through Facebook. Reply

Migaloo

Posted by: Migaloo
Posted: 28th Feb 2017

Migaloo says: I love breakfast every day , mainly cereal with fresh berries on the top of mine with yoghurt , being retired l have time to prepare and eat it , even when l worked l still managed to eat my daily breakfast as l always have got out of bed pretty early around 5 to 6pm in plenty of time to eat a breakfast shower etc .Love my breakfast cereal .
Reply

wendel

Posted by: wendel
Posted: 28th Feb 2017

wendel says: Always, they say it's the most important meal of the day. Usually have peanut butter on toast or cereal, a cup of white tea and on special occasions or the odd Sunday have egg and beans on toast and/or swiss cheese and ham criossants. Reply

kk77

Posted by: kk77
Posted: 28th Feb 2017

kk77 says: I MUST eat breakfast everyday. During the week, I eat at my desk at work. When not at work, I go out for breakfast/brunch with the family or catch up with friends. Reply

funnysag

Posted by: funnysag
Posted: 1st Mar 2017

funnysag says: I always have breakfast. As a rule I start with a glass of water followed by organic yogurt or vegan yoghurt sprinkled with cinnamon, chia seeds & nutmeg, and fresh blueberries and raspberries.
I then have toast with jam or tomato or honey. To add a change I have porridge with soy milk or granola & soy milk. Reply

Wings Of Wisdom

Posted by: Wings Of Wisdom
Posted: 2nd Mar 2017

Wings Of Wisdom says: I have somehow always managed time for breakfast. This is probably due to the fact that from a very young age my parents inculcated the importance of having a good breakfast. I sometimes might skip lunch after having a heavy breakfast but i make it a point to have breakfast every morning. The breakfast always comprises of 2 glasses of milk along with eggs or tuna sandwiches. I sometimes also cook left rice and eat it for breakfast. The importance of breakfast should never be under estimated. it is essentially the first meal which you eat after 8 hours of not eating anything. Reply

Mojo Phoenix

Posted by: Mojo Phoenix
Posted: 2nd Mar 2017

Mojo Phoenix says: My ideal breakfast would probably be eggs benedict. On a day-to-day basis I just settle for tuna on toast though. Reply

Rambo09

Posted by: Rambo09
Posted: 3rd Mar 2017

Rambo09 says: Yes, everyday, couple of weetbixs and a big cup of coffee if there's time Reply

ZacAttack1903

Posted by: ZacAttack1903
Posted: 4th Mar 2017

ZacAttack1903 says: I have always had breakfast, whether it was toast or cereal. I have managed to fit this into my everyday and I can't see how other people don't. As soon as a wake up in the morning I get out of bed and make myself breakfast. I have eaten weet-bix everyday for the past two and a half years. I have 4 younger siblings and myself that I have to get ready for school so I rarely have a moment to myself. The easiest way that I manage to have breakfast everyday is to eat when my brother and sisters eat. If I cannot then I wake up a little earlier. No hassle. Breakfast is an easy thing to make time for. I don't have a favourite breakfast, I just love food. Reply

bj

Posted by: bj
Posted: 7th Mar 2017

bj says: I eat breakfast every day. Mostly cereal, sometimes a nutty bar. But never toast as I am trying to limit my bread intake to 2 slices a day. Reply

Posted by: Anonymous
Posted: 8th Mar 2017

says: I manage to have breakfast everyday. Even if I have a peace of toast on the train or in the car. At the moment I am having protein shakes that I have made the night before. Reply

Posted by: Anonymous
Posted: 8th Mar 2017

says: I normally wake up early to prepare my breakfast. Otherwise, fast cooked breakfast like oatmeal or cereals would be nice. The ideal one would consist enough protein, carb, fat and green vegetables to kickstart the day. Reply

marktime

Posted by: marktime
Posted: 8th Mar 2017

marktime says: I am retired now , but when working I had breakfast every morning. You factor that time into when you need to get up of a morning and set the alarm accordingly. I am just a cereal and toast person. Reply

Sav

Posted by: Sav
Posted: 9th Mar 2017

Sav says: When I was younger I used to skip breakfast, foolishly thinking it would help me lose weight. Many years have passed and I have learnt that it is so much better for you to have breakfast. It helps stop the cravings you have for junk you can get when you skip breakfast. I am not going to preach about making time for breakfast but there are options when on the go such as Up&Go and similar products ( it's better than nothing...although I don't find that they fill me up). I sometimes cook up breakfast muffins during the week in bulk and freeze them. When I need them I will get some out ready for the morning. They can be eaten at room temp or microwaved. During the week when I have to get the kids to school and it is a bit manic I have everything out ready to go the night before (cutlery, dishes, cereal etc..). It's like a production line and saves time. My ideal breakfast is the breakfast muffins I make as they are quick and reasonably healthy as well. Reply

Anonymous

Posted by: Anonymous
Posted: 11th Mar 2017

says: Always got to have breakfast. One of the most important meals of the day. I feel flat and dead without it. Reply

cbulger

Posted by: cbulger
Posted: 13th Mar 2017

cbulger says: I always have breakfast, what it is depends on how much time I have. Lately it's a bowl of oats with fruit in it, previously I was on a hashbrown patty kick. On weekends or special occasions I like to cook eggs with a variety of trimmings to keep things interesting. Reply

spdmstr2009

Posted by: spdmstr2009
Posted: 14th Mar 2017

spdmstr2009 says: Always have breakfast, and I'm a bit of a nag with the kids to have it too even if we are in a hurry.. :-)
Reply

Wings Of Wisdom

Posted by: Wings Of Wisdom
Posted: 22nd Mar 2017

Wings Of Wisdom says: I am a firm believer of having breakfast everyday. I might skip lunch depending upon the schedule but breakfast is a necessity. I believe in having a mega breakfast which aids in keeping me energized throughout the day. I generally eat 3-4 eggs alongwith tuna, salmon or bacon and a couple of toasts. And then I drink two glasses of milk. Reply

Posted by: Anonymous
Posted: 23rd Mar 2017

says: Most days I wake up at least 2 hours before I have to leave for classes, so I have enough time to work out AND make a quick breakfast. I've always been in a habit of eating breakfast and tea, and can't do without it. While most times it's something simple like egg and toast. But I am a student living in a self catering housing. On some weekends, I make batches of patties/stir fry veggies/beans (freeze them if needed for more than a week), which i can just put on Toast or in wraps (for packed lunch as well) during weekdays. I also make a large batch of granola once in a while (to save money, and to eat healthier- cereal otherwise has a lot of sugar). These serve as emergency brekkies. If I don't have anything else to eat, like if I've run out of bread and egg, I just have my granola with milk/yoghurt and fruit. So i usually have these quick-to-assemble, but healthy breakfasts everyday, that doesn't take a lot of time and energy first thing in the morning. Reply

Beaverquick

Posted by: Beaverquick
Posted: 23rd Mar 2017

Beaverquick says: My husband and I have breakfast every day. Most of the time we have muesli but we do vary it now and again with fruit toast or a boiled egg. It marks the start to our day and is an enjoyable part of our day. Reply

nightcarer

Posted by: nightcarer
Posted: 23rd Mar 2017

nightcarer says: I always get up early enough to eat breakfast. If I don't eat, by about 9am I feel sick & fatigued. Reply

bossn

Posted by: bossn
Posted: 24th Mar 2017

bossn says: Although I personally love cooking, straight up. I'm lazy and for breakfast in general, I just don't have the time to do it as I live alone and need to get ready for work in the morning but never neglect to notice the profound benefits of having something in the morning to fuel your day until your next meal so I've opted for quick and easy meals to prepare or even preparing it beforehand. This can account for not only breakfast but lunches and dinner too. Your typical breakfast can consist of eggs/bacon and toast or just cereal and I find these to be the easiest and quickest to make. Preparing a sandwich is always an option too. Hope this helps you. Kind regards, Simo Reply

Posted by: Anonymous
Posted: 24th Mar 2017

says: The next time i miss it will be when I am in a casket.
Quick oats, cold with yoghurt and honey and milk almost every day.For a treat i have 2 boiled eggs - whoopie.
Reply

dee

Posted by: dee
Posted: 26th Mar 2017

dee says: I have breakfast everyday, sometimes I have cereal but most of the time it is cooked, either eggs, baked beans, bacon, tomatoes, sardines or just toast Reply

rtgraf

Posted by: rtgraf
Posted: 27th Mar 2017

rtgraf says: I always manage to make time for breakfast. It a matter of getting up just that little bit earlier to make and eat breakfast. Breakfast is very important and it get you going.
During the week I always have cereals and on the weekends I always make an effort to make something different....like pancakes or bacon and eggs or eggs on toast. Reply

seranita

Posted by: seranita
Posted: 6th Apr 2017

seranita says: I always have breakfast even if I have had to complete a task first ,ahead of breakfast, I will never leave home without my home made porridge to which I add oat bran, lecithin granules to make it creamier ,ginger,and prunes.This makes a very satisfying healthy and long lasting meal.
Reply

Garry30587441

Posted by: Garry30587441
Posted: 7th Apr 2017

Garry30587441 says: I have been fortunate and through hard work and dedication to saving not spending throughout life i have been fortunate enough to retire early. I always find time for breakfast but it usually not until i return from surfing each morning, which could sometimes be after 10am. I usually eat porridge, as i find this to be a great source of fuel to replenish my body after long exercise. I also have toast after porridge and a cup of coffee. On occasions my wife and i will go out for breakfast and then we will usually have something more designed for a brunch like a BLAT (Bacon, lettuce avocado and tomato) or maybe eggs benedict. When we were still working we would always make time for breakfast, i think it is a very important thing to have as your body has gone without food all night and needs to be refuelled to be ready for the day ahead. Reply

Dash26

Posted by: Dash26
Posted: 7th Apr 2017

Dash26 says: I rarely eat breakfast, its the part of the day that I am not even hungry, mind you I do have plenty of time to prepare something but I really only eat when my body says ( I am hungry) I do not believe in eating breakfast or any meal for that matter unless you are hungry, I won't eat just because the clock says its breakfast, lunch or dinner. I mostly have my first meal of the day at lunch time because I am starting to get real hungry by that stage and once I do it will be my main meal of the day with something real light for dinner if at all. Reply

foodforthought

Posted by: foodforthought
Posted: 7th Apr 2017

foodforthought says: The only time I miss breakfast is if I have to go get a fasting-blood test (i.e. once in a blue moon). Even when I have to leave for work at 5:30, I prioritize breakfast over sleep - I'll fee more sleepy during the day anyway if I don't eat! I prepare overnight oats (oats, almond milk, chia seeds) the night before, chuck it in the microwave for 3 min. While it's cooking, cut up some apples and get a spoon of peanut butter and it's ready to eat! Reply

aphrodites

Posted by: aphrodites
Posted: 8th Apr 2017

aphrodites says: yes breakfast every Day
Most days Banana smoothie
others toast Reply

AryMay

Posted by: AryMay
Posted: 10th Apr 2017

AryMay says: Hey, I try to have breakfast everyday because it is good for you. Even just cereal or toast is good because it helps you wake up and your body to recover from sleep. I'm quite odd so I like just having cereal for breakfast, but last Sunday I had a chocolate croissant with really good pastry. It was just delicious. It doesn't matter the time, take some fruit with you, eat on the go. As long as you eat it's good :) Reply

PGS

Posted by: PGS
Posted: 25th Apr 2017

PGS says: 1st breakfast is around 3am, 2nd somewhere between 7 & 9am. By 6am I'm thinking about dinner. Reply

Jennelle30692841

Posted by: Jennelle30692841
Posted: 2nd May 2017

Jennelle30692841 says: Normaly eat the kids left overs of what resembled toast!
Ideal breakfast would be bacon, eggs with avocado spinach and Parmesan cheese Reply

Jennelle30692841

Posted by: Jennelle30692841
Posted: 2nd May 2017

Jennelle30692841 says: Normaly eat the kids left overs of what resembled toast!
Ideal breakfast would be bacon, eggs with avocado spinach and Parmesan cheese Reply

LalaLoppit

Posted by: LalaLoppit
Posted: 2nd May 2017

LalaLoppit says: Yes, I always have breakfast and so do my children. I get Hunger pains and cannot focus. Every day is different depending on what we feel like. Sometimes cereal sometimes toast with spread or ham cheese and chutney or on a Sunday sometimes we have pancakes. I always enjoy a coffee with breaky though. Reply

Kessa1959

Posted by: Kessa1959
Posted: 4th May 2017

Kessa1959 says: I always have breakfast. Just cereal, fruit and a cup of coffee. I am now retired however have always had breakfast, even when working full-time - I would suggest getting up 15 minutes earlier, even if it's to grab a cup of coffee and piece of toast. Reply

Mpertich

Posted by: Mpertich
Posted: 10th May 2017

Mpertich says: I usually do make time for brekky but normally it is quick and under five minutes. On a regular day I'll fit in five weetbix with honey, a coffee and some vitamins, including and iron supplement to help with vegetarianism. Reply

Posted by: Anonymous
Posted: 15th May 2017

says: I have to eat breakfast every morning. Ideally I would need to eat a big breakfast each day because I get hungry quickly. This would require waking up extra early which is something I struggle with. Most days I just eat toast as it is quick and easy. Reply

MGmegatron

Posted by: MGmegatron
Posted: 15th May 2017

MGmegatron says: I am 17 and it is very important to have my breakfast so that I can concentrate in the day at school. I always have 2 slices of toast with a white tea or 2 bowls of cereal and a hot chocolate. I make sure I get up 1 hour before my bus gets to my stop so I can get ready in time with still having breakfast, make my lunch and get out to the bus stop on time. Reply

Anonymous

Posted by: Anonymous
Posted: 18th May 2017

says: On weekdays i have breakfast about 3 times
On weekends i have it 1 Reply

Cheeki-Chick1

Posted by: Cheeki-Chick1
Posted: 19th May 2017

Cheeki-Chick1 says: I fit in a piece of fruit before work or will have some cereal at work.
On the weekend I will have eggs bacon or pancakes Reply

Shambles

Posted by: Shambles
Posted: 24th May 2017

Shambles says: I have breakfast every day. It is the most important meal of the day. Even if it's just juice and fruit! Reply

l0lapx

Posted by: l0lapx
Posted: 25th May 2017

l0lapx says: Always had porridge as a child, it was a must. I just continued through life doing the same.
Tried some of the so called cereals, Nutri, cornflakes etc and decided just packaged rubbish.
How do I find time to have breakfast every morning. Discipline I get up in time where I am getting up to catch transport at 3 am or a sleepin on weekend.
Today is different, routine is riduculed, and with the vast amount of packaged stuff they call food on the shelves it has turned people into lazy sheeple IMHO Reply

enzo

Posted by: enzo
Posted: 26th May 2017

enzo says: Breakfast for me is a coffee or 2 - I very rarely get time or even have an appetite early morning ... I most often eat at around 10 am , unless I am on holidays (pretty rare)
My ideal breakfast is poached eggs , toast , grilled tomato and bacon - yum .... now I am starting to get hungry Reply

Suebe15

Posted by: Suebe15
Posted: 27th May 2017

Suebe15 says: There is always time for breakfast. Best meal of the day. I swim first, then drive to work and eat either porridge or eggs on toast with another colleague before the day begins. We get to work about 30 minutes before we are meant to start. There is no rush and great chatter. Reply

simo333

Posted by: simo333
Posted: 28th May 2017

simo333 says: I struggle to eat brekky and always have ..occasionally i can eat something by 11am but cant eat earlier .
I make up for it during the day/ night having 2 meals and snacks inbetween Reply

devon

Posted by: devon
Posted: 29th May 2017

devon says: I practice intermittent fasting, so I always eat breakfast, but it's always at 10.30am. I focus on eating protein at each meal, so a typical breakfast is either overnight oats with eggwhites and protein powder or scrambled eggs. Reply

katiemariem

Posted by: katiemariem
Posted: 9th Jun 2017

katiemariem says: Most days but not all! Always manage to squeeze a coffee in at the least. I've got 1 year old twin boys so need all the energy I can get! Usually I'll have cereal but occasionally have toast.
Reply

chickenman

Posted by: chickenman
Posted: 11th Jun 2017

chickenman says: breakfast is the most important meal of the day. what it consists of should be determined by the person involved. hunger , taste, time to consume , upcoming work load.
even a glass of milk can be enough. Reply

Jacqui30468085

Posted by: Jacqui30468085
Posted: 12th Jun 2017

Jacqui30468085 says: Usually only on a Sunday, unless a cup of coffee counts. Reply

marybell

Posted by: marybell
Posted: 13th Jun 2017

marybell says: Yes i do have some breakfast but delay it as much as i can usually by 2 hours every morning ..but eventually I do have it. Reply

Jojo1

Posted by: Jojo1
Posted: 14th Jun 2017

Jojo1 says: I have breakfast daily as it is the most important meal of the day. I make sure I make time for it. My ideal breakfast is rolled oats with fruit and seeds and nuts. Reply

dunbaylass

Posted by: dunbaylass
Posted: 14th Jun 2017

dunbaylass says: My husband and I had a very busy working life which left us with a breakfast as being on the run, however now that we are retired, neither of us start the day without a bowl of weetbix or 2 slices of toast with vegemite and a pot of tea, we find if we wake up before 7am we tend to want toast, but before that Weet bix, cause it keeps us going till lunch Reply

squeekums

Posted by: squeekums
Posted: 15th Jun 2017

squeekums says: I only have coffee, not hungry in mornings Reply

Berocca

Posted by: Berocca
Posted: 15th Jun 2017

Berocca says: Not always. Bit often have time for porridge or eggs. Reply

godsbaby

Posted by: godsbaby
Posted: 16th Jun 2017

godsbaby says: I have the same breakfast every morning ( unless dining away from home). 2 eggs grilled & 2 slices of cheese in a wrap. Reply

Stars11

Posted by: Stars11
Posted: 18th Jun 2017

Stars11 says: During weekends when I have more time it's either Mushrooms on Toast, Bacon, Eggs and tomato or Porridge. Weekdays are a totally different story when I have no time so basically I just have a protein shake and take my vitamins and medication tablets with it.

My ideal breakfast is more about having the time to prepare it than what I actually have. Time is more important. I think I need to retire;) Reply

Jezemeg8

Posted by: Jezemeg8
Posted: 20th Jun 2017

Jezemeg8 says: I enjoy breakfast every day, usually at home, sometimes porridge, sometimes other cereal. Reply

helen30692411

Posted by: helen30692411
Posted: 20th Jun 2017

helen30692411 says: My first step for the day is a cup of tea. Then I think about what I want for Breakfast. I get bored eating the same thing every day so could have something different each day. Either, Fibre Plus Cereal, Baked Beans on toast, an egg on a piece of vegemite toast. One day a week I have to leave early for a volunteer job so I usually have either an Up and Go, or milk drink shake. Reply

Thomas30903391

Posted by: Thomas30903391
Posted: 30th Jun 2017

Thomas30903391 says: Yes I do try to start that day off decently, to stop the hunger cravings later in the morning as well. Usually just a bowl of cereal so very quick and easy, only takes a few minutes. I find this quite filling and makes a good start to the day. On weekends we sometimes will have pancakes or eggs/bacon for variety etc and we can sit down as a family together for this. My favourite is scrambled eggs, bacon & toast. Reply

Brazza

Posted by: Brazza
Posted: 1st Jul 2017

Brazza says: I grew up with having to have Breakfast every morning, we weren't allowed out of the house until we had it & I have continued with this even now, I always made my kids when they were younger have breakfast before they went out, it starts the day off properly. It's not that hard, all you need to do is basically get up 15 - 20 minutes earlier of a morning to have breakfast. I know people say that they are too busy or don't have time, but 15 mins of a morning isn't that hard to fond, especially if you have young ones. Reply

nome0171

Posted by: nome0171
Posted: 10th Jul 2017

nome0171 says: I very rarely have breakfast. My medications make me feel sick in the mornings so skip breakfast.
I would love a bacon and egg sandwich to have or fresh fruit salad. Nice thoughts Reply

jasia

Posted by: jasia
Posted: 11th Jul 2017

jasia says: I am retired - so it is easy for me to eat breakfast every day - I change it about - sometimes porridge, yoghurt , fruit, toast, muffins or crumpets. We have eggs on the weekend. Don't like eating breakfast out - love what we do at home. I attend a gym 4 times a week and still manage to have breakfast. Most important meal of the day! Reply

Posted by: Anonymous
Posted: 11th Jul 2017

says: Hi, I do manage my breakfast when I get time but not everyday, because the tight schedule of studying and working.
When I have time to cook myself a breakfast, I always choose something different from my ordinary life, such as a cappuccino with milk flower and pancake rolled with bacon.
I find morning cooking has a lot of fun. Reply

frannymanny

Posted by: frannymanny
Posted: 13th Jul 2017

frannymanny says: Always, I get up very early for a long commute and it sets me up for the day.Coffee, porridge, and fruit. Reply

gargar

Posted by: gargar
Posted: 14th Jul 2017

gargar says: we always have time to have breakfast I like a boiled egg and toast and my husband loves cereals plus a cup of tea of course Reply

Danni30723977

Posted by: Danni30723977
Posted: 18th Jul 2017

Danni30723977 says: I have it everyday as soon as I get to work Reply

TjMacca

Posted by: TjMacca
Posted: 18th Jul 2017

TjMacca says: I don't often get the time in for breakfast, mainly due to the fact I feel ill if I eat within an hour of getting up.. When I do manage to get the chance to eat breakfast (usually weekends) I tend to either have Vegemite toast or porridge, unless I'm feeling enthusiastic for cooking and then it's usually pancakes with fruit or French toast! Gotta love weekend breakies! :) Reply

ml1956

Posted by: ml1956
Posted: 20th Jul 2017

ml1956 says: love breakfast retirement means I manage to have time for it each day Reply

bettythrelfo

Posted by: bettythrelfo
Posted: 21st Jul 2017

bettythrelfo says: I was brought up that every morning my mother rose earlier than us children and prepared breakfast, before we left for school, and dad for work. Upon being married I have followed the same principal. Breakfast, now, in our house might one morning be porridge, next might be toast with a poached egg, then perhaps, french toast, then kelloggs cereal of some sort. each morning I vary it, so that it is not a boring breakfast for the family. I guess I am just following the principals laid down in my single person house, but I do know that you need something to go to school or work on... bacon and eggs, scrambled eggs, omlette, cheese on toast, they all sort of fall in one behind the other for me to work with., I do enjoy ommlette tho I have to admit. Reply

isaacsmum

Posted by: isaacsmum
Posted: 22nd Jul 2017

isaacsmum says: I'm not really hungry when I first wake up. All I need is some hot water. I don't eat until an hour later when I'm in the office. It's usually yoghurt and museli or a chia seed pudding, sometimes peanut butter toast. On weekends I tend to eat brunch out and it's usually scrambled eggs mushrooms and toast. Reply

Gordo

Posted by: Gordo
Posted: 22nd Jul 2017

Gordo says: Take away breakfast and "You've taken the biggest part of me . . . " Minimum 2 slices of toast with jam, or similar. this morning was scrambled eggs on toast.
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mazzab

Posted by: mazzab
Posted: 24th Jul 2017

mazzab says: I am70yrs old and stilleat breakfast every day. Always have done and always will do. I have a bowl of muesli or granola and a cup of tea. Reply

Jun97

Posted by: Jun97
Posted: 26th Jul 2017

Jun97 says: Cereal with milk. If time allows, toasted bread with fried egg and cheese. Reply

Christian Creed

Posted by: Christian Creed
Posted: 26th Jul 2017

Christian Creed says: i have breakfast everyday whether its a bowl of cereal or a full cooked breakfast of eggs and bacon
Ideally i would love an eggs Benedict everyday Reply

frilly

Posted by: frilly
Posted: 26th Jul 2017

frilly says: I have breakfast every day. I am 80 years & have had breakfast every day as long as I can remember.
My 3 children had cooked breakfast & cereal every day whilst they were living at home. None of them left home until then were in their twenties. 2 of them left home to work away for a short time, came back as soon as they could, left home again to be married, always had breakfast. Their children when they stayed with me had breakfast every morning as their parent had.
I find this next part astonishing, all of them now do not have breakfast first thing in the morning for various reason & say some of them, they cannot stomach food at all first thing. Even when they have come back, the grandchildren they have said this . I have argued, sweet talked them everything, nothing has worked. I don't understand any of it ,my son was 26 when he left to get married/ Reply

youi

Posted by: youi
Posted: 31st Jul 2017

youi says: Have breakfast every day without fail. 90% of the time 1 and a half Wheatbix,milk,3 or 4 sliced peaches[tinned],followed by piece of toasted wholemeal bread half with peanut butter half with marmalade followed by a cup of instant coffee..Am now ready to start the day.. Reply

mazzab

Posted by: mazzab
Posted: 1st Aug 2017

mazzab says: I always eat breakfast. I could not go longer than 30 minutes after getting out of bed without eating or I would be feeling all shaky and weak. I am not diabetic, it is just what my body is used to. My preference is either toasted Muesli or Granola but I confess to picking out the seeds as I cannot stand them. Occasionally I will have crumpets and vegemite for a change. Reply

Anonymous

Posted by: Anonymous
Posted: 2nd Aug 2017

says: I have breakfast roughly twice a week. And when i do have breakfast, its usually something very simple. Oats or sandwiches (rarely). Its usually just fruits and milk.

Ideal breakfast would include cereals, veggies, syrups, fruits and milk. Reply

KC1991

Posted by: KC1991
Posted: 3rd Aug 2017

KC1991 says: Ive never eaten breakfast not because i dont have time just because ive always had a coffee but ive replaced my coffees now with a bowl of cereal its taken a while but i can now eat breakfast unless im running late with the kids i still tend to skip it Reply

Jezemeg8

Posted by: Jezemeg8
Posted: 3rd Aug 2017

Jezemeg8 says: I've always eaten breakfast, even now when my breakfast is often at other's dinner time, I sleep during the day as I do street ministry at night. Breakfast can vary between simple cereal and yoghurt, to porridge, to a cooked bacon and eggs breakfast depending on what I desire on the day. It's quite easy to "fit breakfast" into one's daily routine, one simply rises at a time that provides enough time to eat it. I can't see how "liquid breakfasts" are adequate for one's starting meal...no wonder so many struggle to make it through to lunch time when one neglects breakfast. Reply

Samuel31083266

Posted by: Samuel31083266
Posted: 3rd Aug 2017

Samuel31083266 says: I make breakfast a priority. Even if it means waking up at least half an hour earlier. Something ideal will be toast and jam, with tea. If I am feeling a little more hard working that day, I will have eggs to go with it. If I am truly pressed for time I will have a granola bar and some Up and Go with it. Reply

woolysmissus

Posted by: woolysmissus
Posted: 3rd Aug 2017

woolysmissus says: I have breakfast every morning. My body says, "Get me going', Reply

steelbacchus

Posted by: steelbacchus
Posted: 3rd Aug 2017

steelbacchus says: Two slice of multigrain toast and 2 cups of coffee. Two slices of Raisin toast twice a week. Reply

lynneeime

Posted by: lynneeime
Posted: 3rd Aug 2017

lynneeime says: I have breakfast every morning and it is normally a cooked breakfast of egg, fried tomato and toast or crumpets. If I don't have a lot of time in the morning I will have scrambled eggs made in the microwave with toast. I love my cooked breakfast and even though it is regularly the same thing, I love it. I am trying to put on weight because I am lactose intolerant and gluten intolerant and have lost too much weight. Even having a cooked breakfast everyday, I don't seem to be putting back on the weight. If I could, I would have bacon as well but I find I can't eat bacon in the morning because it makes me sick. I would also love to have cooked mushrooms for breakfast but it affects me badly. Reply

vix411

Posted by: vix411
Posted: 4th Aug 2017

vix411 says: I tried for 3 wks to have brekky and gave up because i want to stay in bed extra 10 mins. For 3wks I had sliced Avocado on toasted sourdough bread. Just Pepper, Salt & Olive oil. lemon if i have time to squeeze.. maybe i will do that again in summer. Reply

Mixxsteria

Posted by: Mixxsteria
Posted: 4th Aug 2017

Mixxsteria says: Alway have made time for breakfast, need my muesli & yoghurt each morning. As to how I make time well that is just common sense, I get up earlier, no real mystery Reply

bj

Posted by: bj
Posted: 4th Aug 2017

bj says: I cant go with out my breakfast and a coffee. Sometimes if on the run its some of those tasty breakfast biscuits like Belvita.
Weekends its porridge and CREAM! So bad but so good to the taste buds. Reply

jkl421960

Posted by: jkl421960
Posted: 4th Aug 2017

jkl421960 says: I always have breakfast, unfortunately for me, my cat likes to wake me between 3.30am and 4am everyday. I generally have during winter; a bowl of porridge and slice of toast, during summer i will substitute porridge for weetbix. I generally have breakfast around 5.45am to give me time to be able to read the paper while having my breakfast and then I do the dishes, have a shower and get ready for work. On weekends, I will have breakfast at the same time, but then go back to bed for a couple of hours before getting up and starting the housework.
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helen30692411

Posted by: helen30692411
Posted: 4th Aug 2017

helen30692411 says: When I get up of a morning first thing I have is a cup of tea, then depends on how I feel, either have toast/vegemite, a cereal like Fibre Plus, or if I'm in a hurry I make a protein milk drink, another one is yoghurt with fruit. . I don't have the same meal every morning, its boring.
I suppose my ideal breakfast would be eggs, mushrooms and tomatoes. Toast is not a necessity with me. Reply

Posted by: Anonymous
Posted: 4th Aug 2017

says: I don't eat breakfast everyday, I'll eat once a week. The only reason I eat it then is because my partner gets it ready for me.

My idea breakfast is bacon and eggs, a sausage, a hash brown fried tomatoes on the side. Reply

Kalinda

Posted by: Kalinda
Posted: 4th Aug 2017

Kalinda says: I am a stay at home mum so i always eat breakfast to be a good influence and find now i can't do without it anyway. My partner doesn't eat before work but heats up a muffin at work to eat at his desk. whatever energy you can get before you start the day is a good thing. Reply

chellecalling

Posted by: chellecalling
Posted: 5th Aug 2017

chellecalling says: Breakfast is essential and I have it every morning. I would get too hungry if I didn't eat. Mostly sultana bran, yoghurt and fruit. If time is s problem then toast with vegimite or honey or peanut butter. Sometimes raisin toast. Weekend can be bacon and eggs especially if we are away on a short holiday. I don't have an ideal breakfast because I will choose to eat what I feel like if biredom sinks in Reply

Rugbratzmum

Posted by: Rugbratzmum
Posted: 5th Aug 2017

Rugbratzmum says: Yes I do, if I don't have breakfast, I begin to feel nauseous. I make sure I allow half an hour at least to sit down with breakfast. Mostly just coffee and toast, but occasionally I will have a bowl of cereal instead. I cannot handle a big cooked breakfast just a coffee and something light ties me over till morning tea Reply

chicababe

Posted by: chicababe
Posted: 6th Aug 2017

chicababe says: every day i cut up fresh fruit and have it with yogurt and walnuts Reply

(none)

Posted by: (none)
Posted: 6th Aug 2017

(none) says: I have breakfast every day. I need to, or I collapse. It is usually toast with peanut butter or vegemite or cheese or sardines. The ideal is to have a cooked breakfast but I'm not up in time to cook breakfast each day. I always have some fruit - banana, orange... Reply

AAR 777

Posted by: AAR 777
Posted: 9th Aug 2017

AAR 777 says: This is completely NOT related to the topic.

But, i need help!

I keep trying to complete the surveys, but as soon as I get to the second question ("Asking who in your household works in the following: ...") and then click next. I get the following message:
"However, this survey is now full or due to your response(s) so far, the remaining questions are not relevant to you."

This happened to me 3 times in a row. Can anyone explain of what the cause may be or what i am doing wrong?
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Anonymous

Posted by: Anonymous
Posted: 9th Aug 2017

says: I used to make time for breakfast everyday as my morning routine was set out to the minute and it was the same everyday before work, made sure I got up in time to not be rushed. I ensure I had time for toast, crumpets, scrambled eggs, muesli and Greek yoghurt and always a coffee or two. Now on maternity leave with an 11 week old baby I'd be lucky to drink a hot coffee in the morning as I don't think about what I need anymore it's all based around what bubs needs at that time. Reply

Nefertari

Posted by: Nefertari
Posted: 10th Aug 2017

Nefertari says: I guess everyone is a bit different and some people who work just don't have time for breakfast in the morning. However I can't imagine going without breakfast of a morning. For me it is just about the main meal of the day. Reply

Garry

Posted by: Garry
Posted: 16th Aug 2017

Garry says: I always have cereal for breakfast at home during the week. On weekends I like to go to a cafe for bacon and eggs with a good coffee Reply

Migaloo

Posted by: Migaloo
Posted: 21st Aug 2017

Migaloo says: I was bought up on a farm and we always ate breakfast as children ,so l love my breakfast of any kind , porridge , cereal , and this year l have added Granola topped with yoghurt and berries on top so nice for breakfast as l love berries . Reply

Kashi

Posted by: Kashi
Posted: 21st Aug 2017

Kashi says: I try really hard to eat breakfast in the morning as it's better for your metabolism. I tend to make things that aren't to time consuming like eggs,wholemeal toast with mashed banana,cereal and fruit or a smoothie. If I'm in a mega hurry I just grab a couple of pieces of fruit and off I go. Reply

super88

Posted by: super88
Posted: 22nd Aug 2017

super88 says: It probably amounts to every other day that I bother to have breakfast.
Your picture sums that meal up very well.
A cup of tea, or coffee, and a piece of toast and vegemite.
on the other days I just have a hot drink. Reply

Posted by: Anonymous
Posted: 27th Aug 2017

says: I try my best to have breakfast every single day. It's the most important meal of the day so I particularly wake up early or make time for it. Reply

Zany

Posted by: Zany
Posted: 2nd Sep 2017

Zany says: I always have breakfast. I make my breakfast the night before - Bircher Muesli so that it is easy to have breakfast of a morning without have to rush it. Reply

flo

Posted by: flo
Posted: 13th Sep 2017

flo says: Always have breakfast every morning and love my cereal, minimal effort required, put in bowl and add milk, easy
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joeoden

Posted by: joeoden
Posted: 19th Sep 2017

joeoden says: Most important meal of the day.
Make it as soon as we get up.
Having a different type of cereal each day.
My ideal breakfast is a cup of coffee and a bowl of cereal with cold milk. Reply

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