Protein-Rich Breakfast and Snack Foods
Regular pancakes are full of processed carbs and sugar, which can raise blood sugar and leave you hungry.
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Steak may seem odd for breakfast. After making steak and eggs or a breakfast burrito with leftover steak, you'll discover a new world of high-protein breakfasts.
"This is a versatile plant-based protein source that can be used in various breakfast recipes. You can scramble it as an egg substitute or add it to a breakfast stir-fry or tofu breakfast burrito."
Chia seeds are fantastic in yogurt, smoothies, overnight oats, and porridge.
Sometimes you want a savory breakfast side with scrambled eggs. Two slices of turkey bacon give a tasty protein meal on these days. Fixed turkey bacon offers over six g of fat.
Eggs, a staple of breakfast burritos and omelets, are a high-protein breakfast dish. They're cheap, easy to make, and go with everything.
Cottage cheese's high casein-to-whey ratio makes it a protein powerhouse. Organic Valley's low-fat cottage cheese is 15 grams per half cup and 100 calories!
Greek yogurt has protein, too. Fage's 2% Plain Greek Yogurt has 15 grams of protein every 5-ounce container. Greek yogurt, like the latter, has more collagen than plain yogurt and more iron.
Salmon is a fantastic choice for any meal. This fatty fish has brain-boosting omega-3s, immune-boosting vitamin D, and protein.
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