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    Substitute for oatmeal ??

    I have tried eating oatmeal every morning and I just cant do it, its not for me. I'm not sure if im not making it right or what....

    What are some good substitutes for breakfast meals?
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    do instant oatmeal packs man. It makes life easier.

    put about a cup of water or whatever the directions say. heat it up for a min or so (based on box directions) and you're good to go brah.

    edit: I used to hate oatmeal as well until I discovered the flavored packs.
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    Bread, potatos, fruit, basically anything you want that has carbs (if you're looking for a carb source).
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    OP maybe you should try oatmeal the way I make it,

    My favorite breakfast:

    -Put 1/2 cup of oats in bowl (I use the Quaker quick 1 minute)
    -pour desired water in oats for consistency you want
    -microwave for 1:20
    -Put 3 tbsp of Smuckers sugar free Jelly (raspberry preserves) on oatmeal
    -handful of almonds
    -some blueberries
    -some strawberries

    mix it all together and its full of great carbs, fats, nutrients to start the day
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    Originally Posted by JoeTheXperience View Post
    I have tried eating oatmeal every morning and I just cant do it, its not for me. I'm not sure if im not making it right or what....

    What are some good substitutes for breakfast meals?
    are you eating your oats plain...i mix mine with blueberries and 1/2 scoop of whey its delicious.
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    Originally Posted by mvbaseball5 View Post
    are you eating your oats plain...i mix mine with blueberries and 1/2 scoop of whey its delicious.
    this. if you eatin plain oatmeal, it gets old REAL quick.
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    Brown sugar and crushed almonds with my oatmeal.
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    A personal favorite of mine is, 1c oats 1c natural apple sauce and a little cinammin. Microwave for 1-2min, it's delicious. No water necessary.
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    Originally Posted by djansen View Post
    cereal
    i think cereal is fricken pointless because all it is , is simple carbs/sugar no protein. the only time i can see cereal being a good choice is maybe if your an athlete.
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    I mix 1 TB of natural peanut butter into my oatmeal. It's f-ing amazing.
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    Here is my variation for oatmeal. I think it tastes awesome!

    1/2 cup of whole grain rolled oats with 1/2 cup of water, heat in microwave for 2 minutes.

    Then add the following:

    1 tbsp of peanut butter
    1/4 cup of blueberries
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    Damn thanks a lot guy! I actually though I was going to get the whole "use the search button response". Respect goes out to all...... Ill try the recipes you guys provided and see how it goes.
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    Try oatmeal pancakes brah.

    You need:

    - 50 Grams of rolled oats
    - 2 eggwhites and 1 whole egg
    - 1 Scoop of whey (any flavor you like)
    - A handfull of chocolatechips

    Mix everything in a bowl, put a bit of oil in the pan and cook it for 3-4 minutes (on each side). Serve it with some maple syrup for foodpr0n.

    I eat this for lunch everyday.
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    I still don't get why people think they must eat oatmeal
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    Originally Posted by AlwaysTryin View Post
    I still don't get why people think they must eat oatmeal
    Yeah really.

    FRENCH TOAST as a sub. Very easy to count the macros as well.
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    Why not rock it oldschool?

    Cream of Wheat
    http://www.bgfoods.com/creamofwheat/default.asp

    Red River Cereal (Not sure if available outside Canada...)

    Add flavorings, win?
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    1 cup oats
    handfull berries
    Handfull nuts
    as much milk/water to make a smooth consistency.

    BLEND

    microwave for 2 mins.

    sprinkle with ground cinnamon.
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    Cheerios (100g)
    378 kcal
    Fat: 3.6g
    Carbs: 73.4g
    Protein: 7.1g

    Oats (100g)
    376 kcal
    Fat: 8.7g
    Carbs: 58.1g
    Protein: 11g

    ??
    If I were choosing one everyday, I'd take the fkn cereal. Each to their own, I guess. Oats taste like sh*t anyways unless mixed with something.
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    Oats porridge:
    100g of oats + peanut butter + water/milk + splenda -> heat that in the microwave
    Then add protein powder and stir well.
    It's simple and really tasty.

    Or oats + sludge (I took the idea from the "Sludge eating now" thread)
    100g greek yogurt + walden farms chocolate syrup(SF/FF) + dash of cinnamon + protein powder + splenda
    Stir it in a bowl and in another bowl put 100g of oats + water/milk and put it in the microwave.
    Then add the oats to the sludge and mix well.
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    Overnight Oats! Look it up, they are amazing. And so many combinations...
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    Originally Posted by AlwaysTryin View Post
    I still don't get why people think they must eat oatmeal
    ^This.

    Strip off the all "you musts" that seem to occupy this lifestyle. There are very few musts outside of being consistent at working your butt off.

    Eat what you want as long as it doesn't sabotage your goals.
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    I throw peanut butter and a little cocoa powder in mine. Gonna go do that right now, in fact.
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    I guess eggs, bacon and toast is unacceptable?
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    [QUOTE=Marius_Ursus;646849053 Strip off the all "you musts" that seem to occupy this lifestyle. There are very few musts outside of being consistent at working your butt off./QUOTE]

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    Originally Posted by JoeTheXperience View Post
    I have tried eating oatmeal every morning and I just cant do it, its not for me. I'm not sure if im not making it right or what....

    What are some good substitutes for breakfast meals?
    Try Quinoa

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    Originally Posted by Marius_Ursus View Post
    ^This.

    Strip off the all "you musts" that seem to occupy this lifestyle. There are very few musts outside of being consistent at working your butt off.

    Eat what you want as long as it doesn't sabotage your goals.
    How about "You must ENJOY your food". That should be a must.

    OP, try grits. They are awesome, super cheap, and quick to cook.
    There is no spoon.

    Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil: For I am the baddest man in the valley.

    We all only have today and right now, but without death being pressed upon us we hide behind our false pretense of immortality. - Lvisaa
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