Everyone knows that protein is an essential part of a balanced diet, but did you realize why it’s just so good for you? Getting your fill of healthy, lean protein can help to keep you going for longer, boost your energy levels and stop you from snacking in the afternoon. Better yet, eating protein after a workout can contribute to muscle repair and growth, helping you to get stronger and fitter in no time at all. Making protein a part of your diet is something that you can do at any point in the day but if you really want to get off to a good start, you will look to your breakfast. Starting your day with a protein packed meal can help you avoid temptation when hunger calls and make healthier choices. And the best way to get your fill of protein? These breakfasts ought to do the trick.
While sweet potato and egg hash is already brimming with good protein, adding in a little sausage pushes this dish over the edge. While the dish might look complicated to whip up, it is deceptively easy and won’t cost you a lot of extra time in the kitchen. You can have this before you go to work, as a late breakfast or even after a workout. A few turns around the pan and this dish will be good to go.
While “healthy” and “nachos” might rarely show up in the same sentence together, these tasty treats are about to turn everything around. Piled high with fresh eggs, crunchy veg and Greek yogurt, this breakfast does away with all the unhealthy extras, serving up only the best products. The ingredients are finished off with a few large servings of gluten free tortillas, making staying full a no brainer.
There are omelets and then there’s the baked Denver omelet. Packed full of tasty goodies, this omelet cuts down on the cooking fuss, bringing all of the ingredients together in one simple place. Loaded with eggs, ham and potatoes, the dish is guaranteed to keep you well fueled for a day’s work. One bite of this and you might never go back to traditional omelets again!
There are so many healthy alternatives on the breakfast food market that now, it’s practically impossible to eat anything bad. Chickpea flour is a great way of getting your protein hit without filling up on meat and served up with a few spices, can be turned into a tasty breakfast scramble. While you can serve up this dish as you like, it’s best alongside a healthy side of veggies. The fresher the better.
A protein packed breakfast doesn’t have to be all about the savory stuff and by making the right kinds of choices, you can get a taste of something sweet while staying healthy! If you’re looking for a healthy twist on a classic dish, these Greek yogurt oat pancakes are the dish for you. Loaded with the healthy yogurt and a whole load of eggs whites, the pancakes don’t scrimp on the protein and one serving can see you through well past lunch. Pile ‘em up and stay fuller for longer!
Super grains are a superb way of staying fuller for longer and when it comes to the very best, quinoa is up there. This breakfast bowl might sound like an indulgent choice but it is surprisingly well balanced, helping you to keep things really healthy. Gluten-free, protein-rich and bursting with fresh fruit, this bowl has everything you need for a balanced breakfast. Make up a larger serving and keep yourself going throughout the week.
When it comes to breakfast, simple recipes win everytime. Overnight dishes are some of the very best, requiring only time in order to perfect themselves. If you’re into sweet dishes, then these overnight oats are a must try. Equipped with a protein and a caffeine kick, this breakfast bowl will keep you going for longer and help to wake you up in the morning. Simply mix the ingredients together and let time work its magic. You won’t be disappointed.