Breakfast ideas to eat at your desk?

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26/09/2012 at 21:15
Buy a packet of porridge oats and provide your own container. Save ... packets.
26/09/2012 at 21:23

Breakfast ideas to eat at your desk........try the pencils, the paper clips, some blu tack, the keyboard perhaps if you're extra ravenous.

27/09/2012 at 08:17

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

27/09/2012 at 09:22

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).


27/09/2012 at 12:07

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....................


27/09/2012 at 15:35
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

I really like 0% Total Greek Yoghurt with some of my Graze treats sprinkled on top 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

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