How You Can Add More Protein In Your Breakfast

What’s the deal? It’s pretty simple.  If you refill with something hearty at breakfast that takes your body longer to digest and steadies the hormones that regulate your blood glucose and appetite, you’ll likely eat a smaller lunch.

Here are easy ways to feature more protein to breakfast options you’re already eating.

Top toast with 2 Tbsp of hummus and a sliced boiled egg

Add sliced ham to breakfast sandwiches and wraps

Switch from regular to Greek yogurt for double the protein

Make oatmeal with one cup of low-fat or soy milk rather than water

Add 2 Tbsp of hemp or chia seeds to smoothies

Make porridge with quinoa rather than oats

Sprinkle 2 Tbsp of hemp seeds on your yogurt parfaits

Blend in 2 Tbsp of almond butter (or any nut butter) to your smoothies

Add ¼ cup of walnuts or almonds to your cereal or oatmeal

Spread 2 Tbsp of spread on your toast or waffles rather than butter or syrup

Looking for a simple, energy-boosting breakfast? Here’s a high-protein smoothie bowl with pumpkin and almond butter.

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