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Your start-the-day-right breakfast plan




Scramble two eggs with three of your favorite veggies and a little low-fat cheese. Serve open-faced on whole-wheat toast.



Toast two whole-wheat waffles, and top with fresh berries (or you can buy frozen berries and leave them in the fridge the night before to defrost). Perfect with a glass of milk!



Can’t live without cereal in the morning? Go for the whole-grain kind, then add low-fat milk, a sliced banana and a fistful of raisins.



Grab two slices of whole-wheat bread, and toast ‘em. Then top with peanut butter and sliced apple, and add a little sprinkling of cinnamon. It’s practically dessert!



Have a bowl of regular oatmeal sprinkled with raisins, cinnamon and a half a tablespoon of brown sugar. Serve it up with a glass of 100-percent fruit juice.



Take a plain or vanilla yogurt, and top with banana and strawberries (or another fave fruit).  Add a teensy bit of honey and quarter cup of high-fiber granola or toasted walnuts to give it some crunch.



Take advantage of having a little more time to cook up something special, like gingerbread pancakes or crepes.


BY KATIE ABBONDANZA ON 1/29/2012 12:00:00 AM


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