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03/28/2007 05:55PM
Anyone have any good ideas for breakfast ? You know , after the fresh stuff is gone. Pancakes are good but lugging in syrup is a pain unless someone has a good idea for that. I am looking for some good light weight ideas. I could do without breakfast but some others in the group can't. Thanks.
 
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bwcadreamer
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03/28/2007 05:59PM
flavored oatmeal,breakfast bars
 
Trygve
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03/28/2007 06:00PM
Oatmeal, dried fruit, powdered milk, and tang.

 
L.T.sully
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03/28/2007 06:00PM
I have seen plenty of freeze dried breakfast meals myslef. I have even seen Freeze dried pancake syrup. I like freeze dried eggs personally.
 
Trygve
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03/28/2007 06:03PM
And lots and lots of coffee. Real coffee.

Lots of it. At least 4 or 5 cups a person per day.
 
dogwoodgirl
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03/28/2007 08:16PM
We eat lots of pancakes, oatmeal, cream of wheat, etc. I don't find the syrup to be a problem- I just bring a small nalgene(1 c size). It doesn't need to stay cold, plus I like it in my hot cereal. For a treat, we have coffee cake or muffins- baked in the jello mold oven or reflector. French press coffee!!! Crappucino or hot cocoa for the kids.
Next year I'm gonna try potato pancakes using freeze dried hash browns.
 
BigZig
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03/28/2007 10:58PM
We bring in egg beaters and dried bacon bits, add a little onion if you wish, then roll the mix up in a tortilla shell.

If you can swing it, pack in bagels or english muffins, IMO better then toast with PBJ.
 
Georgiaboy
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03/29/2007 07:33AM
Freeze dried hash browns with chirzoz. If you get the O'brian ones at the grocery they have onions and green peppers in them. The chirzoz's don't need to be in a cooler and the parikia in them make the potatoes taste great.
 
Buck Mustard
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03/29/2007 08:43AM
Instead of syrup, try bringing brown sugar. Some brown sugar and butter (or squeeze margarine, I suppose) is as good (if not better) than syrup! We use brown sugar on pancakes on winter camping trips... but in the warmer months we never bother with pancakes.
 
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03/29/2007 09:58AM
Pancakes with REAL homeboiled maple syrup. Just boiled ours for this year,MMMMMMMMMMMM!! Tang and instant oatmeal for he rest or breakfats bars as all ready stated, AND gotta have LOTS of coffee, ditto Trygve!!

cedarboy
 
stinger2x
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03/29/2007 10:18AM
Oatmeal. Whether it is the instant oatmeal packets or plain, with some brown sugar, you can't beat it! And of course, as mentioned above, lots of coffee!
 
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03/30/2007 03:09PM
Fresh eggs, always. w/cheese and spam
Precooked bacon
Quaker instant oatmeal with xtra brown sugar.
Hostess mini muffins, choc or blueberry, Mmmmmmmmmmm
Fresh ground coffee. no instant ever again! and Cream!
We manage to eat very well with just a little space.
 
03/30/2007 03:30PM
Ditto on the coffee, though I'm not fussy. I'll drink crappy coffee. I'll even drink instant. :-)

I'll eat whatever for breakfast, especially if someone else is cooking. For me, good, ol' instant oatmeal is fine. Maple Brown Sugar is preferred but any is fine.

Rice pudding is good, too.

My favorite breakfast is a pot of boiled laked water. Then we can have coffee, tea, or cocoa, and oatmeal (or any other instant hot cereal).

We can leave after I visit the latrine. Should only take 15 or 20 minutes.
 
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04/01/2007 07:30PM
freeze dried pancake syrup is actually really good.
 
04/02/2007 02:27PM
Biscuits and gravy is easy.

If you really want easy just buy some of biscuit packages (I think betty crocker has some) whatever flavor you want, add water and cook them in a pan with some oil, instead of an oven---called drop biscuits.

For gravy just use those sausage/country gravy packs (just add water). I figure 1 cup per person.

If you want to get fancy bring some sausage for extra flavor. I like to cook mine ahead of time, vacuum seal then just throw them in with the gravy.

Takes about 10 minutes to cook all of this. I get fancier still and mix my own drop biscuit mix, or a bannock recipe would work as well.

Tim
 
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04/02/2007 07:53PM
Bisquits and gravy is GOOOOD........
I have my wife bake some bisquits before we head north....and just ziploc them..

As for the gravy, I fry up a pound of seasoned sausage from the freezer and mix in a few tablespoons of flour after its cooked....then vacu-seal it and freeze it....

We always bring a half gallon of milk in the BWJ poly food box too and the ice jug in there keeps it cold.... Then just put the sausage in the frypan and heat, add the milk and bring to a boil while stirring it....having the flour already in the meat makes the gravy thicken...

This is a great first morning out breakfast....

Woodpecker

 
04/03/2007 03:50PM
Woody,

whose eating all that! Must have been the meal for your whole group! Or you were canoeing about 20 miles, no stopping for lunch! Or you were practicing for a eating contest! Or your metabolism is a lot higher than mine!... Now if that was a plate of fried walleye I might be able to compete!
 
Nigal
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04/03/2007 04:22PM
Cous-cous is a good breakfast food. Throw in dried fruit and cream. I like the dehydrated eggs but normally take the egg beaters which start out frozen.

A great place for light weight, cheaper than freez dried is Enertia Trail Foods. I've eaten a lot of their food on backpacking trips. They even have 26% whole dried milk.

http://www.trailfoods.com/meals1.html
 
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04/18/2007 11:35PM
first couple mornings out- REAL eggs, pepper bacon from Zups, and hashbrowns!! After that oatmeal, and or pancakes.
 
wetcanoedog
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04/19/2007 12:10AM

i keep my meals simple..just 2 breakfasts choices..
pancakes made with Krusteaz Belgian Waffle mix..a shot of dry
egg from a tube and water..fried in just a bit too much peanut oil
and slathered with the "jam of the day" from a tube..

or..as seen below..eggs and rice--dry egg mix,minute rice,
tomato,onion,bacon chips..the rice-dry tomato--dry onion go
into the pot that fits the Seva 123 stove and the cover for
the Trangia tea pot fits over it..the stove and tea pot stay
home i just use the pot and cover..enought water is also boiled
up to make drip cone coffee--ground from beans just before
the trip and put up in small zip lock bags..the hot water
go's in the rice mix and covered..the bacon bits that come
in the plastic sacks--"recipe bits" i think their called.
at the Highland Lunds they are found in the salad dressing
section..anyway i lightly fry a bag of those to warm them
up..peanut oil again..the egg mix is whipped up in a small
bowl that is brought along just for that..ok---the top on
the rice mix is getting pushed up by the expanding rice..
into the frypan go's the egg along with the warmed up bacon
bits and dumped on top the rice-tomato-onion mix..
the whole mess is blended and cooked up like an omlette..


the rice adds "miles" to the eggs and the rest adds to the
taste..i use Wakefield egg mix..half a pouch solo.full for
two people..i find those two meals with oatmeal tossed
in on a cold day is all i need or crave on a two week trip..
i get lots of good food at home--Day by Day cafe in St Paul
is wonderful-- i don't need to eat my way thru Quetico.

 
snakecharmer
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04/19/2007 05:40AM
We typically have instant oatmeal and instant coffee. It's a quick and easy breakfast with easy cleanup so we can get out fishing.
 
woodpecker
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04/19/2007 09:23PM
If you can't have a plate of bisquits and gravy......How about catching a mess of walleye and then cleaning them and frying them with eggs, say mid morning.........GREAT

Woodpecker
 
mr.barley
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04/19/2007 11:40PM
I agree with Snakesharmer. Just eat a fast simple breakfast and get fishing. Actually, I like to just grab a couple granola bars and go out fishing for a few hours and come back in to make a good breakfast.
 
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04/20/2007 07:18AM
Grilled bagel with butter and strawberry jam, add a good strong cup of coffee and you are ready to go!!

Bruce
 
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04/27/2007 03:52AM
This year we are going to scramble eggs with ham, bacon bits, green peppers, onions, and mushrooms at home then put the mixture into a container and freeze solid. I am hoping that will stay fairly frozen or cold enough until our first breakfast.
 
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04/27/2007 01:03PM
I just tried this at home because I was thinking of doing the same thing and it works great. I am not sure how long it will stay frozen but I think it should last till the first morning. Make sure to double bag, when mine started to melt the bag got kinda slimy.
 
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04/27/2007 06:33PM
Jens, I did something like that a couple of years ago and it worked great. I scrambled together 2 eggs, precooked sausage, onions, peppers, and mushrooms. Put them into a ziploc sandwich bag and froze it at home. It pretty well stayed frozen on the trip up with all my frozen meats with some dry ice. When I got to the outfitters, he let me put all into his freezer until the next morning when we entered the BWCA. We ate one pkg/day/person for the first two days. I liked to wrap mine up on a couple of soft taco shells for a breakfast burrito.
 
04/27/2007 07:08PM
That's execellent. The old breakfast burrito. One pan. Minimal mess.Sneak in some hot sauce packets and GO FISHING! Good Luck this year and I hope you catch a big one. Izzy
 
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05/06/2007 01:07PM
Some great ideas! I like the pre-cooked bacon too. We tried that last time and it beats the crap right out of Bacon Bits - which is just soy anywhey. There's no bacon in that crap.
Fresh eggs are awesome too, and contrary to popular belief eggs do NOT require constant regridgeration. Just don't keep 'em in the sun or 100 degree heat too long.
We also tried this and it worked great:

Put all your favorite omlette fixins including your eggs in a heavy duty zip lock bag and put the whole thing in boiling water for about 5-10 minutes. It's awesome! You can then rinse the bag and use it over an over agian!
 
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05/07/2007 11:36AM
Does anyone know of a brand of freeze-dried or dried hash-browns? I saw O'brian listed below, but I cannot find those even on the web...

Thanks!
 
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05/07/2007 11:44AM
Idahoen can be purchased from them.

http://www.yourfoodstore.com/shop/home.php?cat=196
 
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05/07/2007 11:52AM
i usually get mine from a food service company (appert's, upper lakes foods, us foodservice, sysco, etc). sometimes you can find a grocery store that carries food service size portions.....i have seen them there also.
 
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05/07/2007 12:34PM
I have seen them at Cub Foods in the Twin Cities. You could probably find them at Rainbow stores also. Look for the Cheesy Potatoes version of Hamburger Helper and skip the flavor packet and hamburger. Also saw them as a package called Seasoned Sides or something like this. Forgot who made that one but it was in the same area of the store. Take some time to look in this aisle of the grocery store. You will find lots of options.
 
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05/11/2007 07:19PM
powdered WHOLE milk,rice (minute rice if you dont have 1/2 hr),BROWN sugar,dash salt, raisins or apricots. and BUTTER!!
 
05/13/2007 10:02AM
For those of you who do the breakfast and granola bars, buy some paint-ball tubes. They are slender, will slip into a pack very easily and smoothly. Best of all, they protect them from getting crushed!

Can find them at any sporting goods stores or even wal-mart and meijer for cheap.!

They also work good for cooking knifes so you don't have to worry about getting poked!
 
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07/03/2007 02:14PM
We bring in pancake batter you just add water and bring in blueberry jam or pie filling and add it to the batter mmmm, and syrup is easy to pack and don't need to keep it cold.
 
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07/06/2007 01:18PM
Oatmeal packets any flavor and are easy and light to pack,
Poptarts any flavor and pack easy,
and any coffee.
 
canoealingus
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07/07/2007 10:02PM
On travel mornings,
A thermos of coffee made the night before
granola bars or Bobs Red Mill granola with milk and some fruit.

On non travel mornings,
coffee, a shot of CCR, tang
biscuits and gravy, I like the hot Italian sausage in my gravy.
breakfast burritos with picante sauce
Our staple- Bobs Red Mill 10 grain cereal with a small handful of brown sugar,walnuts,fruit,dash of honey,several shakes of cinnamon and touch of nutmeg. This is a excellent traveling breakfast because the sugars and carbs give you quick energy but the course ground grains give you long lasting proteins, we'll often skip lunch with this meal.
 
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07/07/2007 10:27PM
Rice,brown sugar, butter, coffeemate. Good hot ribsticker and in 15 min.
 
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10/07/2007 08:43AM
We bring a little container of Mapeline and make our own syrup on the spot. It works great!
 
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10/07/2007 09:50AM
On my trip last month, breakfast consisted of Hot glazed cinnamon rolls baked on the reflector oven, or pancakes with real maple syrup. The syrup came from a friend of mine who owns a organic farm, taps his own trees. This year I'm invited to help at sugaring time.
 
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10/07/2007 12:37PM
Our first morning in we kept the frozen steaks, intended for the previous night's meal,for breakfast the next morning....steak and eggs in the BWCA....priceless.
 
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10/08/2007 10:58AM
Fresh walleye fillets (caught the nite before).....crispy hashbrowns...cowboy coffee topped off with several shots of orange juice (Jack Daniels Gentleman Jack).
 
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11/07/2007 11:14AM
For cool weather camping, we like to bring in a couple of omelettes!

At home, whip up a couple of eggs, add chopped green pepper, mushroom and ham. Double bag in a ziplock baggie and freeze.

In camp, bring along a large binder clip, clamp the baggie to a stick and put in boiling water for about 7 minutes ('til the egg starts coming off the side of the baggie). Avoid letting the baggie touch the sides of the pan.

Depending how you've packed your food, if it starts frozen solid you should get a couple of days before having to eat it.

Best breakfast I've had backcountry :) Of course I have a small amount of Tabasco to really give it flavor.
 
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11/15/2007 07:35PM
I know you don't want to lug in the syrup, but what about whipped cream and strawberries?

I read a post on another camping board where a guy really loved the "GSI Waffle Iron." I saw at REI and bought it and then brought in on a trip with the kids. I really works. Great waffles!

Oh, yeah, I guess this would add another thing to lug. But it's not too heavy :)
 
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11/15/2007 07:47PM
I haven't heard of Mapleline. I assume its a powdered syrup mix. Where do you get it?
 
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11/15/2007 07:59PM
Mapeline is maple flavoring (I think maple extract) that comes in a small brown bottle like vanilla or almond flavoring. You'll find them all in the spice section in the grocery store. Mix two cups of granulated sugar with one cup of water in a saucepan. Bring to a boil and simmer for a minute. Stir in one teaspoon Mapeline, and serve. I've also seen recipes that use one pound of brown sugar with one cup of water, plus the Mapeline, of course.
 
07/25/2010 06:16PM
Twinkies, they never go bad. Leave them in the hot sun in the trunck of your car for 2-3 months then freeze for 3 months. When packing them remember to slightly crush them so that the frost filling (or what I can preservative) oozes over the soft non-digestible outer layer of vanilla goodness. They will taste great washed down with fresh coffee and will be as fresh as the day when they were prepared by the chemist that works at the bakery. By the way these 4" fuel rods will keep your motor humming for several hours.
 
07/31/2010 01:02AM
Depends on the morning. If we're not moving, I like bagel breakfast sandwiches with eggs, cheese, Canadian bacon and salsa. On the side some new potatoes with onion and garlic fried in butter and about a gallon of coffee. When done, it's nap time!
 
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07/31/2010 03:18PM
since your message says, after the fresh food is gone. how about just add water muffin mix in a JMO. a little powdered sugar and dry milk with a very minimal amount of water equal a passable icing. breakfast coffee cake
 
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08/02/2010 07:47AM
I make a variation of this recipe from the freezer bag cooking website. Instead of all those fruits, I toss in 1/4 to 1/3 cup dried apples or peaches, and an equal amount of walnuts or pecans. The actual recipe I use is from the FBC cookbook and isn't on the website. I think it uses less cousous per serving....the recipe I linked to will make a BIG breakfast serving. It's really good and lasts a long time, and is really fast to make.

I also like this oatmeal recipe. I add both fruit and nuts instead of just fruit.
 
nojobro
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08/02/2010 08:00AM
quote canoealingus: "Our staple- Bobs Red Mill 10 grain cereal with a small handful of brown sugar,walnuts,fruit,dash of honey,several shakes of cinnamon and touch of nutmeg. This is a excellent traveling breakfast because the sugars and carbs give you quick energy but the course ground grains give you long lasting proteins, we'll often skip lunch with this meal."

Canoealingus, how long does the Bob's Red Mill cereal take to cook? This sounds really good.
 
CampChef
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08/02/2010 08:56PM
I made this on our May trip for a hungry group of 4. We were base camping and I really wanted to use my new reflector oven.

Cook 1 Pkg. of Stove Top Stuffing as per instructions
Grease, Butter or Spray a 9" X 9" foil cake pan
Fill pan with cooked stuffing, level and push to edges
Top with what ever you like. I used rehydrated bulk Jimmy Dean sausage, rehydrated mushrooms, green peppers, and onions
Pour 8 scrambled eggs over everything
Drop some grated cheese on top
Cover with foil and bake, turning 1/4 turn every 15 min. until eggs are done.

You could use powdered eggs, I used farm fresh.
I also dehydrated all other ingredients myself.

It sound like a lot of work but it really is not.
Very filling, tasty, and light weight if you have the time.


 
08/05/2010 08:37PM
I'm planning to make omelets on my next trip, using freeze-dried eggs from Honeyville and f-d peppers, onion flakes, dried mushrooms, and turkey pepperoni. What I'm wondering is whether I should just mix it all together and rehydrate using just a little more water than the eggs call for, or rehydrate the veggies separately.

Thoughts?
 
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08/06/2010 04:23AM
I make a cous cous/instant grits thing with nutmeg, brown sugar, cinnamon and dried fruit in it. It's great because it cooks in 5 minutes. I'll dig out my recipe and post it.

It's one of those meals I save to bug out quick in the mornings, but still want something good.
 
snakecharmer
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08/06/2010 08:10AM
quote Koda: "I'm planning to make omelets on my next trip, using freeze-dried eggs from Honeyville and f-d peppers, onion flakes, dried mushrooms, and turkey pepperoni. What I'm wondering is whether I should just mix it all together and rehydrate using just a little more water than the eggs call for, or rehydrate the veggies separately.

Thoughts?"


Let me first say that I have NO experience with freeze-dried eggs (always bring fresh). But it seems to me that you'd want to rehydrate the ingredients separately, then combine them into an omelet. You'd have better control. I'd expect that the ingredients may rehydrate at different rates and you may end up with unexpected results. Just a thought.
 
nojobro
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08/06/2010 09:12AM
Koda, I would probably re-hydrate separately. Do the eggs exactly how it's called for on the package, and do the veggies in water and pour off the extra when they're done...then make your omelet.
 
billconner
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08/06/2010 05:27PM
Camp Chef - that stuffing and egg recipe about right for 4 people?
 
08/06/2010 06:10PM
CampChef, that sounds good! Thanks!
 
CampChef
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08/08/2010 10:27AM
quote BillConner01: "Camp Chef - that stuffing and egg recipe about right for 4 people?"


Yes, and you won't be snacking any time soon.
 
CampChef
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08/08/2010 10:29AM
Biscuits & Gravy is another one of my favorites.

I make 8 Bisquick biscuits in a fry pan
Rehydrate 1 lb. of Jimmy Dean bulk breakfast sausage
Cook as per instructions. 2 Pkg's. of just add water Black Pepper and Sausage flavored gravy mix, (from any grocery store).
Add re-hydrated sausage to gravy and bring to slow simmer.
Cut biscuits in half and top with sausage gravy.


Enjoy CampChef
 
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08/19/2010 10:12PM
This is one of our favorite breakfast. You can't beat a bacon, egg and cheese bagel for breakfast. We usually have these several days. This year we also tried biscuits and gravy, turned out great. Another good breakfast is scrambled egg burrito's with peppers and onions.

tony
 
08/22/2010 02:54PM
Izzy,
As you know from the size of my waistline I like food and beer.
So for Breakfast I have been having Instant Oatmeal and sometimes I mix a pkt of it with a pkt of instant Cream of Wheat. There are three great secrets to making this outstanding fare.
1. I buy NATURAL HIGH pure organic blueberries and strawberries and add to the mix. I take it of originall packageing go to the craft store and buy like a hundred (mini) zip locks and repackage a meals worth of the dried fruit into the mini zip lock, for the number of meals I will have.
2. I take NIDO Whole powdered Milk. I put a tablespoon of the powdered milk in with my cereal. (Found in the Hispanic section of the grocery store ussually) some of our stores carry it and some dont but it is whole milk and comes in a small can. ( I repackage this also into a small wide mouth Nalgene 250 ml.
3. HONEY I take real honey like 200 ml and squeeze it into the mix

Oh forgot the instant Hot Cocoa and Buttershot Schnapps for the "energy drink"
Voalla - There you have it.

Then sometimes I warm up some pre-cooked bacon and have a feast

Enjoy
SunCatcher
 
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08/28/2010 06:09PM
Walleyes and/or grits with dried cranberries. The cranberries puff up deliciously.
 
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09/01/2010 07:07AM
Eggs Eggs Eggs.....all my married life my wife was on my case because I ate so many eggs now she says I can have all I want!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 
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09/01/2010 07:48AM
bacon, eggs and hashbrowns.
 
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