What to eat for breakfast when I'm allergic to dairy and eggs

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    blakek89
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    I normally eat GF oatmeal with a tbsp of coconut oil cinnamon and a small handful of blueberries with some sausage. I know it’s not the best thing to eat but I’m not sure what else is really practical for myself on any given day I must eat between 2300-2700 calories just to maintain My body weight which I struggle with.

    Any suggestion for high calorie breakfast foods?

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    raster
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    I would consider eating the following:

    -oat bran (similar taste to oatmeal but without the starch) on allowed foods list
    -pumpkin pie muffin bread (check recipe in forum)
    -chicken sausage is allowed on the diet, cook it up! Same with turkey but not as tasty…you can have buffalo as well.
    -greek yogurt with kefir and blueberries (with stevia) (just 15 blueberries or so).
    -cream of buckwheat (similar to oatmeal)

    -raster

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    CT
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    blakek89 wrote: I normally eat GF oatmeal with a tbsp of coconut oil cinnamon and a small handful of blueberries with some sausage. I know it’s not the best thing to eat but I’m not sure what else is really practical for myself on any given day I must eat between 2300-2700 calories just to maintain My body weight which I struggle with.

    Any suggestion for high calorie breakfast foods?

    You could swap the oat meal for oat bran and use water and half a lemon instead of milk. I posted a recipe on how to make chicken sausage in the recipe section of the forum you could make them in bulk and freeze them and defreeze them the night before. Sardine pate with buckwheat crispbreads (found on the main website recipe section). Coconut bread. Pancakes. Create a chicken or fish dish, salads with a form of protein…there are lots of other ideas in the recipe section of the forum to help you.

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    blakek89
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    raster wrote: I would consider eating the following:

    -oat bran (similar taste to oatmeal but without the starch) on allowed foods list
    -pumpkin pie muffin bread (check recipe in forum)
    -chicken sausage is allowed on the diet, cook it up! Same with turkey but not as tasty…you can have buffalo as well.
    -greek yogurt with kefir and blueberries (with stevia) (just 15 blueberries or so).
    -cream of buckwheat (similar to oatmeal)

    -raster

    I also have GF Oatbran I add that to my Pumpkin Coconut Bread.
    Can’t eat dairy
    Can’t eat chicken more than once a week moderate sensitivity to it so instead I would eat duck, turkey, game hen
    The sausage I eat is from a place like whole foods but Canadian called choices market and they are strictly organic/grass fed the sausage I get there is buffalo and lamb really good.
    And this is my third time on the candida diet (I’m turning 23 in April) and no matter how many times I try it I absolutely hate buckwheat. I like all other alternative/ancient grains except buckwheat.

    Thanks for the suggestions I will stick to oatmeal or Oatbran with sausage

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    Marbro
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    A lot of problems I run into when looking for store bought sausage made out of chicken and is labeled all natural and organic is that they add sugar and vinager.

    anyone know of brands that are good for the diet? I dont want to make my own but I miss it so much it looks like the only option.

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    raster
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    Marbro…go into your local grocery store and go to the meat/deli section, and they should have some there. You shouldn’t buy the pre-packaged stuff because it does contain junk, but the stores themselves (should) make their own. You can also buy buffalo and other types of organic sausage online and have it shipped to you straight from the farm.

    -raster

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    blakek89
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    Marbro wrote: A lot of problems I run into when looking for store bought sausage made out of chicken and is labeled all natural and organic is that they add sugar and vinager.

    anyone know of brands that are good for the diet? I dont want to make my own but I miss it so much it looks like the only option.

    I find when it comes to sausage and bacon there is never any very good quality national brands out there. Im sure that some exist, but are hard to find. It might be a better option to find a high end grocer or organic natural store and purchase their house brand, it will come with a list of all the ingredients used also. Another route to go is when I go downtown to get the GF Oat bran; next door is a casein/gluten free butcher shop that carries a huge selection of sausage and bacon they carry the typical selection chicken pork beef but also buffalo and lamb but where it really counts is in their ingredients there are no fillers. Just a couple of ingredients like buffalo thyme and blueberry. So what I am saying it might benefit you to look around or seek out a quality grocer or butcher shop.

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