Don't think of traditional breakfast foods, try nuts, protein shakes, protein bars and lean meats that you'd typically reserve for the later hours of the day.
Heck, sometimes I eat shrimp for breakfast because it's a quick fix if you pre-cook or buy frozen pre-cooked. Shrimp are high in protein and VERY low in calories. Watch out for HFCS in your cocktail sauce though. Greek yogurt, tuna, wild salmon, almond butter on whole wheat. Think outside the box and you'll come up with a lot of ideas.
As for your workouts, try to make sure that you are eating protein preferably within 20 minutes after working out. The protein will help repair the damage done to your muscles while exercising and help build more muscle which in turn, helps you burn calories even while at rest to lose MORE weight.