Breakfast ideas to eat at your desk?

Has anyone got some breakfast ideas to eat in the office?

no messy, no smelly, something you can eat at your desk in the morning a little while after you arrive at office. And that you can eat while working.

Lately some extra work arrived and must start earlier, which means that those leisurely healthy breakfast at home are finish...........................and now i find myself trying to think of alternatives that can be eaten at the office while at my desk.

Can't think of anything. I was used to a nice cooked breakfast at home................like eggs and salmon, so i struggle with this

I already use sometimes those breakfast biscuits, but can someone think of something else?

has someone has suggestions?

Comments

  • Sandwiches?  Egg and salmon, perhaps? image

    You can get muesli bars, or flapjacks (solid porridge?).

    Scotch eggs are almost egg and bacon....

    Or get up half an hour earlier and have breakfast at home?

  • These are excellent.....     the flap jacks are fab  image

    http://www.graze.com/

     

     

  • I took up Graze's offer of a free trial, but it never turned up image

  • Cereal bars?

  • If breakfasting on the move I often go for a yoghurt. Easy to transport, doesn't spill, just have to carry a spoon around.

     

  • Wilkie wrote (see)

    I took up Graze's offer of a free trial, but it never turned up image

    Wilkie wrote (see)

    I took up Graze's offer of a free trial, but it never turned up image

     

    That's a shame Wilkie..  well worth trying again...  they are very popular and always seem to do a nice variety of things..  perfect for taking to work...



     

  • kittenkat wrote (see)

    I read it as 'breakfast ideas eat your dick'

    But other than that the new All Bran biscuits are yummy (no really) image

    image Wash your mouth out with soap and water and write a 100 lines you naughty girl KK.

  • Honey and banana sandwiches

    take cereal in a tupperware tub and add milk

    buy a cheapo toaster for a fiver and use that

  • kittenkat wrote (see)

    There are worst things to snack onimage

    i wish i could convince my wife

  • skotty wrote (see)
    kittenkat wrote (see)
    There are worst things to snack onimage

    i wish i could convince my wife

    KK, I've got a meal here for you. image

  • Rickster wrote (see)
    skotty wrote (see)
    kittenkat wrote (see)

    There are worst things to snack onimage

    i wish i could convince my wife

    KK, I've got a meal here for you. image

    aha, bragging now.

    i thought snack was quite appropriate. image

  • Smoothie in a drinks bottle - soak a few nuts over night to blend with it and it gives it more substance

  • Graze are delicious, just have to watch the calories in some of the boxes which can be surprisingly high - fine in moderation though image

    I really like 0% Total Greek Yoghurt with some of my Graze treats sprinkled on top image Starting to feel peckish now!

  • I eat breakfast at the office. Have a large tub of muesli kept in my desk and take in a litre of orange juice to put on it. The litre lasts the week.
  • You can buy pots of porridge oats, just add hot water
  • Buy a packet of porridge oats and provide your own container. Save ... packets.
  • Breakfast ideas to eat at your desk........try the pencils, the paper clips, some blu tack, the keyboard perhaps if you're extra ravenous.

  • You can still enjoy your leisurely proper breakfast at home - move your day forward by getting up and going to bed earlier.

  • Personally, I would rather be late to work than miss breakfast (never happened yet, but I've been close!)

    Failing a proper breakfast, black banana sandwich with apple juice and black coffee (and a mug of chocolate when needed).

     

  • Yes, Gareth, I already tried that but my managers were not impressed......................especially the keyboard...................too expensive to get froom stationary budget.................................

    and blue tack too chewy....................image

     

  • kittenkat wrote (see)
    xine267 wrote (see)
    Graze are delicious, just have to watch the calories in some of the boxes which can be surprisingly high - fine in moderation though image I really like 0% Total Greek Yoghurt with some of my Graze treats sprinkled on top image Starting to feel peckish now!

    I get Graze, there's nothing high calorie, about 220 tops??

    When I started with Graze ...( late 2009/early 2010 ish I think), I had several boxes that were over 220kcal. I changed all my preferences quite soon after and I still only get things from a list of 20 or so items, maybe they've nixed some of the higher calorie things since then?

    But foccacia, flapjacks ... they aren't exactly what I expect in a box of 'healthy' treats, even if the portion is small enough to be around 200kcals. I can easily have healthy snacks if I'm just going to have micro-size portions of normal food image

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