How do you prepare your breakfast?

China
August 17, 2009 7:59pm CST
I go to work at 7:40 a.m in the morning. I usually get up at 7 o'clock and quickly wash and dress, then go downstairs to buy buns before getting on the company bus. Time's limited for me to cook for myself. Buying breakfast is not nutrient. What do you think, do you do the similar, or do you cook every morning? If you do cook, please share me your thoughts on quick cook methods, thanks.
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@angel2009 (210)
• India
29 Dec 09
I m fortunate enough that I donot need to make da breakfast myself, my mother makes it.. I generally have cereals, cornflakes and noodles...sometimes when necessary I make da noodles myself
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• China
25 Feb 10
Dear friend, that's really great if you mother cook it for you. I have to cook myself, as I live far away from home
@bmuchler (442)
• United States
18 Aug 09
I do not work outside of the home. I get up when my 1 year old twins get up. usually around 7 or 7:30. I change them then get them breakfast. Pancakes, toast, cerael, or fruit, things like that. Then when my 7 year old gets up I get him breakfast. He usually just asks for cereal. During the school year, I have to be more efficient since I have less time. On the weekends, I match big batches of pancakes or french toast and freeze them. That way if my kids want them I can just heat them up. Toast and eggs I do frsh becasue those are quick. Once in awhile I will buy pop tarts or toaster pastries. Not very often though. My husband has made breakfast sandwiches, using english muffins or bagels the night before. That way he can either warm it up and it at home or warms it up at work. He also keeps bagels in his desk becasue the company he works for has toasters and toaster ovens. And a fridge if anything needs to be kept cold.
• China
18 Aug 09
Easier to make the breakfast if we've got a fridge and heat up machine, like microwave oven, or toaster oven, huh? But don't you think that food kept in the fridge's not that fresh?
@Hatley (164232)
• Garden Grove, California
18 Aug 09
hi lynettbyc this is an easy one my breakfast.oh since I came' here I am treated like a Queen. I go downstairs to the dining 'room sit at my table by my name place and wait as beverage gal comes around with our choices. I make mine coffee and juice she pours them and sets them in front of me. then soon here comes th server with our plates of food. plop in front of me, never had to do a thing. ha. I am totally spoiled and wouldnt I likebeing back in an apartment and cookingand serving my own food. ha.They also come around with our choice of cereals. we must be waited on. we are retired. I get tired of being retired.
• China
18 Aug 09
Wow, hatley, why are you getting tired of being retired? You have enough time to do whatever you want. Why not try travelling in China to see the beautiful secneries?
@KrauseHome (36748)
• United States
23 Aug 09
I never have time to prepare or eat a Breakfast here at home before I head off to work. I usually will either bring yogurt that I have brought from a store and take to work with me, stop at McDonalds and buy me something from their $1 breakfast menu, or pick up a bagel or something from one of the places close to where I work. Since I have to be to work early, and usually only give myself about 30 mins. or so to get ready I have no time to cook here at home either.
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@kun2349 (23464)
• Singapore
19 Aug 09
I dun normally preparee my own breakfast, for by time i wake up, it's already noon.. lol =D Even if i have to wake up early for work, i will tend to skip breakfast, if not, i will be buying from somewhere else to eat.. haha =D When i was still a kid, i will still be making my own breakfast of bread etc.. BUt as i grew older, i started skipping breakfast.. lol =D MAybe, u can prepare a simple breakfast instead, and do it the night before.. So that next day b4 u leave for work, u can eat it straight from the fridge ^_^
• China
21 Aug 09
Hey, thanks for sharing. I'm good sleeper too when i don't need to work. But i really have to tell you that it's not good for health if you don't eat breakfast.
@kun2349 (23464)
• Singapore
21 Aug 09
Yup, breakfast is important, but i just dun have the habit of eating it.. hehe ^_^
@SomeCowgirl (32255)
• United States
19 Aug 09
I do not cook, however, early morning easy to cook meals are bacon and eggs, and toast. Even if that's the only thing you have, or one out of the three, it is easy and fast to cook. Though you may want to get up a few minutes earlier, these meals won't take long to make, and they are healthier then what you get out. Also, French Toast is fast to make though I didn't specify that because of it being a bit sweet. Egg, Milk, and Sugar, mixed together and dunked on top of the bread, smoothed out... fried, voila! French Toast!
• China
21 Aug 09
Thanks, somecowgirl for sharing your thoughts on cooking toast.