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Simple Breakfast Ideas Using Bread

Contrary to popular opinion, skipping breakfast does not result in weight loss. Instead, it leads to weight gain.

According to Dr Gastelum, people who skip breakfast tend to overeat at subsequent meals, consuming the majority of calories during the most sedentary hours of the day.

To avoid skipping meals, here are four quick and easy breakfast ideas you can make with bread slices:

Toasted sandwich

For this meal, you need butter, four slices of bread, two eggs or corned beef and a sandwich maker. To make toasted sandwiches, spread butter over one side of the bread slice to prevent it from sticking to the sandwich maker. Place two slices buttered-side-down in the machine. Add a chunk of whisked eggs or corned beef, then add another slice of bread buttered-side-up on top of each and toast.

Toasted sandwich Photo gettyimages

Bread and scrambled eggs

For this, you need a frying pan, oil for frying, two eggs, salt, seasoning and pepper. To make scrambled eggs, season and then beat the eggs in a bowl. Heat oil in a pan and pour the eggs to fry for a few minutes, stirring as it thickens. Enjoy with a fresh loaf of bread.

Bread and scrambled eggs Photo The Candid Appetite

Club Sandwiches

To make club sandwiches, you need four slices of bread, two sardines, one fresh plum tomato, a medium carrot, ¼ small cabbage and two tablespoons of mayonnaise or butter. In a bowl, mash up sardines with mayo or butter. Slice the vegetables and add to the bowl of mashed sardines. Stir thoroughly. Spread your sardine-vegetable filling on your bread and enjoy.

Turkey club sandwich Photo Dempster’s

French toast

To make French toast, you need four slices of bread, honey and two eggs. Beat the eggs lightly and season to your taste. Soak the slices of bread in the eggs and fry lightly. Drizzle with honey and enjoy.

French toast Photo lezzet.com.tr

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