I seen that egg sandwich maker and it was on clearance!!!Frosted Flakes and using a 1/2# sugar in oatmeal made me giggle! I can relate. Anyways, I make egg sandwiches for my riding group with a cool sandwich maker I found at Menards a few years ago. English muffin, egg, precooked meat and cheese. One sandwich hits the spot. Full of protein and carbs to keep you going.
Different things work different for everyone so do it if it works for you, but for the average person that will be doing anything remotely athletic, not eating breakfast before going out is a sure way to run low on energy and underperform throughout the day. I agree light snacks spread throughout the day are better than one big meal (same with hydrating; smaller water breaks more often) but heading out without having any "fuel in your tank" is not setting up your body for performance.I never eat before riding. 1 bottle of water 1 cup of coffee. Sh!t , shower then ride. You can easily ride 6 hours without food. If you get hungry eat 1 cliff bar. Thats it. As soon as you eat your body starts processing food so you will get cold. Thats a fact. I don’t know how people eat a big meal from muff pot. You’ll get cold, need to drop a deuce then have itchy tail pipe since you can’t clean up well.
DON’T EAT super hydrate. water water water. You can go a week without food!
Haven't done it for snowmobile trips but we do the casserole thing a lot. Its really nice for holiday mornings and such. We use a crock pot and found about 4 hours on low is perfect, but anything longer than 5 and it starts to burn the edges. Set everything up the night before and use a christmas tree timer to have it come on in the middle of the night so its ready to go in the morning.Thanks to this thread I’ve discovered a new breakfast! The breakfast casserole.