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Do you regularly include fruit in your breakfast?

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No, I don't have fruit regularly, particularly in winter.
In summer I have smoothies about 2 or 3 times a week but I have been finding that using frozen berries in winter makes the smoothie so cold, that I almost start to shiver after eating 2 glasses full!

I rarely have fruit on my cereal now for breakfast however am going now to make a smoothie with pineapple, berries, and banana, and a bit of milk.
by Finy
Yes, I have a banana in my cereal every morning
by AJ
And having asked the question, I just put a banana on my cereal also!
by Finy
I do now.

We have porridge, and some banana, and cranberries, and chopped up apple, with honey and a little milk.

Talk about 'happy-briekie-time' :) Oh! yeah.
If I am eating cereal or having a shake then yes. Otherwise, I don't really include fruit.
by Vee
No. I used to everyday but lately it's been more porridge or eggs. I tend to have fruit after lunch or dinner.
I tend to always be eating fruit of some sort!! I cannot imagine being without it.At the moment I have the most incredible and very cheap strawberries available in the fruit shops so I am very spoilt;being able to grab a handful at breakfast,lunch, dinner and any time in between!Yesterday I also bought the most delicious sweet fresh pineapple,and I always have passionfruit in the house,as they grow so well here in Nth Qld all year through!! I chop heaps of sweet red strawberries and then cover these pieces with 2 or 3 passionfruit and a spoonful of yummy brown sugar.Then I chill this mix in the fridge for an hour or so before enjoying it! Sensational at any time of day!! When Kiwi Fruits are reasonably priced I will also add slices of those to this fabulously yummy mix!! Last week I cooked the loveliest mix of apples, sultanas,cinnamon and strawberries in the microwave! I was hoping to keep some for breakfast the next day,but alas! I just kept eating this delicious mix until not a tiny bit remained!!! They only take a few minutes to cook this way though,so I can always make some at breakfast if I wish to!!
The other favourite thing for me to do with my strawberries is dip them in Nutella before eating them!! TOOOOO yummy!!!
Not really. If I have cereal I will put fruit on, but I have switched to having a cooked breakfast most mornings now. So I have egg, bacon, baked beans and toast with Avo.
No.
Don't eat breakfast ie food early in the morning. Makes me sick.

Eat firstly about 10.30am onwards.
In Summer, toast, & a 'cuppa' is it.
In Winter, oats cooked in milk overnight in small crock-pot, with cream & brown sugar, plus 'cuppa'.
Yes always,
mostly a banana, other times strawberries or other berries.

Farley
Yes, as I have my 3 Wheat-bix every day, with a strawberry, 1/2 a banana, blueberries,paw-paw & a little bit of tin fruit on top. I also have cut up dried fruit as well.
We soak half muesli half rolled oats in milk overnight for breakfast. It contains dried fruit. Often we add grapes or a banana. On the weekends I try to have a sellection of berries to add also.
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