Atkins Induction Phase 1 Breakfast Ideas
 Atkins Induction Phase 1 Breakfast Ideas , 07-18-2010 02:22 PM


Newbie Low-Carber


Mr. Moore, could you PLEASE give me suggestions or a link to suggestions for breakfasts in Atkins Induction phase....I am SO sick of eggs!
RE: Atkins Induction Phase 1 Breakfast Ideas , 07-18-2010 10:22 PM


Expert Low-Carber


Did you check out Linda Sue's site:

http://www.genaw.com/lowcarb/

Go to recipes, then meatless for some rib sticking, delicuous quiche recipes that make a great induction breakfast.

Kathy Coe
CFT, SPN, MT
Refinery Fitness Center
RE: Atkins Induction Phase 1 Breakfast Ideas , 07-18-2010 11:08 PM


Newbie Low-Carber



http://www.genaw.com/lowcarb/

Go to recipes, then meatless for some rib sticking, delicuous quiche recipes that make a great induction breakfast.
Thank you very much. The site was great!
RE: Atkins Induction Phase 1 Breakfast Ideas , 07-18-2010 11:22 PM


Expert Low-Carber


Under 'pork recipes' page.... The sausage quiche is one of my favorites! But to tell you the truth, I have never tried one of Linda Sue's recipes that was even close to just OK...they are all great!

Kathy Coe
CFT, SPN, MT
Refinery Fitness Center
RE: Atkins Induction Phase 1 Breakfast Ideas , 07-19-2010 11:58 AM


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Thanks for your nice comments, Kathy. Welcome, smithadelic. I hope that you'll find something to your liking on my site. Remember that you can eat anything you like for breakfast. Leftovers from the night before are just as good in the morning as they are at any other time of the day.

My sites:
Linda's Low Carb Menus & Recipes
In the Kitchen with Linda Blog
RE: Atkins Induction Phase 1 Breakfast Ideas , 07-20-2010 09:30 PM


Junior Low-Carber



MIMS! Go to Atkins.com and look up recipes for "muffin-in-a-minute". They're super yummy. I have one every morning with butter and a drizzle of sugar-free syrup.

RE: Atkins Induction Phase 1 Breakfast Ideas , 07-20-2010 11:07 PM


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Plus, keep in mind that ANYTHING can be breakfast food. Nobody says you have to have eggs...try a shrimp stir fry or something sometime.

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RE: Atkins Induction Phase 1 Breakfast Ideas , 07-21-2010 11:10 AM


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Bacon.
RE: Atkins Induction Phase 1 Breakfast Ideas , 07-21-2010 09:26 PM


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^^^^ X2! ^^^^
RE: Atkins Induction Phase 1 Breakfast Ideas , 01-11-2012 12:24 PM


Newbie Low-Carber



MIMS! Go to Atkins.com and look up recipes for "muffin-in-a-minute". They're super yummy. I have one every morning with butter and a drizzle of sugar-free syrup.
I'm a little confused. I thought you couldn't have grains, whole or otherwise, during induction. This recipe (Mufin in a Minute) calls for flax seed meal.
RE: Atkins Induction Phase 1 Breakfast Ideas , 01-11-2012 02:49 PM


Senior Low-Carber



MIMS! Go to Atkins.com and look up recipes for "muffin-in-a-minute". They're super yummy. I have one every morning with butter and a drizzle of sugar-free syrup.
I'm a little confused. I thought you couldn't have grains, whole or otherwise, during induction. This recipe (Mufin in a Minute) calls for flax seed meal.
Flax seed is nearly all fiber, which you net out when you count carbs.



RE: Atkins Induction Phase 1 Breakfast Ideas , 01-11-2012 04:41 PM


Expert Low-Carber


I quite often make breakfast my main meal of the day, so have steak (or some other form of beef, or lamb), eggs and liver or kidney. Of course you don't have to have eggs (although they help to mitigate the strong taste of the liver), and you probably don't want to be having liver every days because of a possible vitamin A overload, although once or twice a week should be fine for most people. (Try to make sure your vitamin D levels are ok).

And it doesn't have to be a massive steak - just cut off what you can eat, and (especially if pressed for time) cut it into smaller pieces so it should cook more quickly. I fry mine lightly in a pan in butter or coconut oil or a mixture, and it can be ready very quickly (done relatively rare). I quite often use stewing or braising steak, cut up reasonably small. Can be a bit chewy, but that's good exercise for the jaws :-) Just lately I've been eating more lamb than beef, and a couple of lamb chops or cutlets can also fry fairly quickly (I save the bones to make a broth later).


If you can get good quality traditionally-made (preferably raw/unpasteurised), cheese, grating a bit of that over any of the above (or probably any savoury food) will help to make it even more nutritious and tasty.



Cooking and shopping on low-carb can be very easy and quick (at least once you have identified the places that sell the good stuff. Real food cooked simply tastes every bit as good, if not better, than mediocre ingredients cooked elaborately.


RE: Atkins Induction Phase 1 Breakfast Ideas , 01-13-2012 03:45 PM


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MIMS! Go to Atkins.com and look up recipes for "muffin-in-a-minute". They're super yummy. I have one every morning with butter and a drizzle of sugar-free syrup.
I'm a little confused. I thought you couldn't have grains, whole or otherwise, during induction. This recipe (Mufin in a Minute) calls for flax seed meal.
Flax seed is nearly all fiber, which you net out when you count carbs.
This assumes that you believe the calculation is accurate.

RE: Atkins Induction Phase 1 Breakfast Ideas , 01-20-2012 02:40 PM


Expert Low-Carber


Check out my recipe site. I have an INDUCTION RECIPES link in the upper right corner of the sidebar on my pages to pull up only those recipes safe for induction. Also, you can just pull up the BREAKFAST category and I say in the narrative for each recipe if it is an Induction-friendly recipe or not. Lots of "different" ideas for breakfast there, because I'm not all that fond of eggs either. Never have been.

Peggy
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RE: Atkins Induction Phase 1 Breakfast Ideas , 07-09-2012 05:13 PM


Newbie Low-Carber



I can't find the recipe. Would you happen to have it?
RE: Atkins Induction Phase 1 Breakfast Ideas , 07-10-2012 04:28 PM


Expert Low-Carber


I'm one who likes breakfast type foods for breakfast. I have a "repertoire" of breakfasts so I have some choices. You are a little bit limited on Atkins induction because some of my go to's are on the "dairy rung" or the "nut rung", but if you're going crazy after two weeks you can start trying those other rungs out and see what happens. Here's my list:

Eggs (many styles, usually with spinach and other veggies)
whole milk yogurt and nuts (I'm not doing dairy right now, so this is out)
Homemade low carb granola (made with nuts, seeds, and flax)
Homemade protein smoothies (almond milk, coconut milk, egg yolks, a few berries or decaf instant coffee crystals for flavoring)
Muffin in a minute with cream cheese or almond butter (I make my muffins with almond flour)
Muffin in a minute "bread pudding"--soak the muffin in coconut milk and cinnamon
Hot flax cereal (2 tbsp flax meal, 2 tbsp. hemp hearts cooked in 2/3 cup water) with add ins (coconut, chopped nuts, chopped UNsweetened chocolate, small number of berries, etc.).
Protein powder or nut meal pancakes (very, very occasionally I'm in the mood for these).

I like having variety, so I can eat whatever I feel like (or have time for!) on a particular morning, although I eat eggs MOST mornings ("Nature's perfect food"--we buy local organic free-range eggs--I've even gone to visit the hens!). I just like knowing I have options if I don't feel like eating eggs that morning.
RE: Atkins Induction Phase 1 Breakfast Ideas , 07-10-2012 04:32 PM


Expert Low-Carber



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DFH, I hear what you are saying. It would be interesting if someone who is using a blood ketone meter would test and see if something with significant carbs AND fiber has an impact on their level of ketosis.

Flax meal only has 4 grams of carbs per 2 tbsp in the first place, so it won't have a huge impact to begin with. It also has 4 grams of fiber.
RE: Atkins Induction Phase 1 Breakfast Ideas , 07-17-2012 02:27 PM


Expert Low-Carber


Here is the recipe you were looking for:

http://www.genaw.com/lowcarb/sausage_casserole.html
RE: Atkins Induction Phase 1 Breakfast Ideas , 01-27-2013 12:01 AM


Newbie Low-Carber


I've been using Linda's recipes for quite some time and find the meals terrific.
RE: Atkins Induction Phase 1 Breakfast Ideas , 01-27-2013 01:53 PM


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Thanks!

My sites:
Linda's Low Carb Menus & Recipes
In the Kitchen with Linda Blog