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    packing breakfast

    I work overnight at a kennel. When I'm feeding the dogs in the morning, I get mighty hungry myself! There's a microwave and a fridge, and some junk-food-type snacks, but I was thinking of packing something a little more nutritious for either a healthy midnight snack or a breakfast. I know the basics of packing a lunch, and I'm pretty good at it, but what the heck can I bring for breakfast? Should I just eat lunch of breakfast or what? Any ideas?

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    Maybe some fresh fruit, yogurt, and granola? Or you can make a breakfast casserole and bring in portions each night. Throw in some bagels once in a while?

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    I think you shouldn't worry too much about the distinction between breakfast and lunch. Just bring what you'd bring for lunch. I eat a peanut butter sandwich for breakfast most days, and I have not yet turned into a pumpkin.

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    If you want something breakfast-y but that is still portable, I like mini quiches made in large muffin cups, with mini bagels. Or turnovers- either fruit or savory meat ones.

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    Iwould add a banana to Sally sunshine's peanut butter sandwich for a good fruit pick me up.

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    What about a microwave safe container with uncooked oatmeal in it? You could just add water & fruit to it and microwave it when you get hungry. Or maybe an egg salad pita? With bacon..... YUMMMM.

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    If they have a toaster, you can use it to reheat homemade waffles/pancakes and french toast.
    Just make sure the pancakes are the right size to fit into the toaster, and same with the waffles.
    I just make them like normal, and then put them in ziplocks in the freezer.
    That way they're really to go.


 

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