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Have things on hand like chicken you've already cooked, some sausage you've already made, some chili, some boiled eggs, a frittata, etc. I make things like that in bulk on Sundays so that I KNOW I have at least 5 breakfasts ready and waiting. Cottage cheese is a good Plan B. For veggies, same thing -- prepare enough on Sundays, whether cooked or raw, washed and peeled, so that you have something ready.
Another really easy thing is to have some low-sugar ham, or some no-filler SCD approved deli meats. I like Applegate Farms products, like herbed turkey slices for instance. I get them at Trader Joe's. You can just grab some of that and some raw veggies and munch on all that as you're driving. If you have time on the weekend or in the evenings, make a few "breakfast rollups" by layering slices of meat that have been spread with hummus or guacamole or mustard, and put in some thinly sliced green onion, maybe pickle, lettuce -- whatever you like -- and roll them up tightly. Wrap them in plastic, put several in a big bag in the fridge, and grab a couple as you fly out the door.
My girlfriend never has time to cook in the morning so I came up with a egg muffin recipe which includes the 3 things tim says are best for breakfast in the morning: Eggs, Lentils, Spinach. You can even mix it up now and then and use garbanzo beans, black beans, red beans, etc. They are super simple to make. Just refrigerate, and grab a few on your way out the door.
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