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Three Protein-Rich Breakfasts

by IVL Products

There are many good reasons why you should start the day with protein. A protein-rich breakfast can boost metabolism and increase fat-burning so you’ll have plenty of energy right from the start. Protein reduces the appetite as it is digested slowly, making you feel full until lunchtime. As well as being a good choice for weightwatchers, protein builds muscle and bone. 

Start each day with a protein rich breakfast

Here are some great recipes for protein-rich breakfasts you won’t want to skip.

Protein Pancakes

By substituting high-protein ingredients for the usual flour, you can quickly whip up satisfying and tasty protein pancakes in next to no time. Combine two egg whites with equal parts rolled oats and low-fat cottage cheese in a blender with a pinch of salt. Pour into a pre-oiled frying pan and cook until brown, turning halfway through if it’s really thick. This will give you two pancakes of 17 grams protein each.

Powdered whey is another good pancake ingredient. Mix 2 tablespoons flavored whey protein with 2 egg whites and one ounce almond milk to make a thick batter, and then fry pancakes as usual. This recipe delivers 31 grams of protein for a top protein-rich breakfast in chocolate, strawberry, or whatever flavor protein whey powder you choose.

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Oats, Milk and Berries

Oats, milk and berries make a well-balanced protein-rich breakfast, but if you don’t like oatmeal unless it’s smothered in brown sugar, try making a berry-oats smoothie. Whisk ½ cup quick oats with 2 cups water and whisk over heat until boiling then set aside to cool. Blend a banana with ½ cup blueberries, ¼ cup raspberries, ¼ cup yogurt, ¼ cup almond milk, 3 tablespoons honey or agave nectar, ¾ cup crushed ice and the cooled oats. Protein content is 18 grams per serving.

Omelette

Egg-based omelettes are a delicious protein-rich breakfast dish, and you can increase the protein by adding sausage, ham or bacon. A three-egg omelette with 3 tablespoons milk and ½ cup chopped meat can provide a hearty 34 grams protein to keep you going. If you substitute the whole eggs for egg whites to reduce calories and cholesterol, you will still have around 27 grams protein or substitute eggs with eggbeaters and enjoy 31 grams of tasty protein on your plate.

Protein-rich breakfasts never looked or tasted so good, and the kids will love them!

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