Looking for Make-Ahead, Low-GI Breakfast Recipes

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Q: I'm a graduate student on a low-GI diet. I have a lot of early morning classes this semester and a pretty packed schedule throughout the week. I'm looking for recipes for breakfast I can cook over the weekend and either freeze or that will keep in the fridge for the rest of the week.

Any suggestions would be much appreciated!

Sent by Beth

Editor: Beth, what about lots of fruits and vegetables? Cut up a melon at the beginning on the week and toss in some halved grapes. Stir in plain, unsweetened yogurt for a quick breakfast. Or sprinkle in some oat bran! You can also do eggs; try these make-ahead crustless quiches:

Make-Ahead Recipe: Crustless Mini-Quiches

Readers, do you follow a low-glycemic diet? If so, what are your favorite breakfasts?

 

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