Hello from Ireland.
I feel this web site is the best in the world, but, having said that, I have to temper what's on it as it's aimed at mainly American diabetics. What I mean by that is that, as a race, Americans tend to eat more fatty, sugary food and are, per head of population, probably more fat/obese, than Europeans. Also, Americans have access to a far greater range of processed, sugary, high-carb food than Europeans so I usually disregard a lot of your suggested foods, like in recipes, because the ingredients just would not be available in Europe.
Now, regarding breakfast, my preference is for a cereal called muesli i.e. a swiss-style, unprocessed mixture of oats, fruit and nuts. You want a laugh?
A few years ago I was on holidays in Florida and went into a supermarket to buy some muesli. There was a mile-long row of all types of processed breakfasts, like cheerios, sugar-coated this and that etc - but no muesli!
I asked the receptionist if the supermarket in question had any muesli on offer, to be told matter-of-factly "We only give that to pigs!"
This spoke volumes for me about American eating habits.
Anyway, regarding breakfast, I have muesli, stewed apple (sour apples - not eating apples), unsweetened soya milk and some olive oil. Certainly not particularly sweet but works wonders for my BS.
James (Type II, aged 66, 174 lbs)