I could use some ideas for make ahead options that have protein.

Hanna E.
Whey protein powder is probably your best option since you can pack away several for many days ahead with containers,
protien bars are convenient but expensive, manageable if bought in bulk purchases,
For something homemade consider adding an extra side chicken or beef or whatever protien rich food you'd like.
Jen O.
Egg bakes and quiches are really good and easy to make a big batch ahead of time. Pack it full with veggies and limit the dairy and it is amazingly easy!
Marius E.
Pinto beans in the crockpot, wild rice, steamed broccoli and garlic mashed potatoes. It makes a good dish mixed together plus onion powder, garlic powder, salt and peper.
Trish Z.
We try to always have hard boiled eggs in the refrigerator. They are great as is, with avocados on toast, or with spices like curry or paprika.
Rosa C.
Make it easy as pie no need for recipes here. High protein foods include eggs and nuts. The only prep here is to make sure they are ready to go. Every few days, boil a batch of eggs for the next few days. For the nuts, pack small containers of a mix that you like so they are ready to grab and go. Cheers
Beybz O.
As for me it's not important how tasty the food im going to prepare, it is the joyful in my heart that inspires me to do so..and it comes naturally- great cooking😘
Amelia N.
Smoothies! They’re super easy, and can keep for a day or two! I usually use frozen fruit, coconut water, pineapple juice, and yogurt!
N Ia F.
I would like to find options for breakfast, lunch and dinner . I feel that having more proteins would help me to feel more satiated
Megan C.
Two things I eat everyday with protein that you can make ahead are boiled eggs and Greek yogurt parfait. I use plain Greek yogurt mixed with thawed frozen blueberries and raspberries and top with Kashi Chocolate cereal and a banana.
Marjorie E.
I love the following : Rice Cake with peanut butter, banana and a drizzle of maple syrup. You can add hamp seed on top too.
Kristi F.
I personally love making egg cups for snacks! I simply mix 6 (or 12) eggs, a little milk (dairy or non dairy) and I mix in some chopped veggies and sausage and/or bacon! I pour the mixture into a greased muffin pan and bake them at 350 degrees Fahrenheit for about 17-21 minutes! Great source of protein and low carb! Enjoy!
Natalie Z.
Chickpeas are an incredible source of protein and fiber! I make a salad with them 😍 add red onions, olives, tomatoes and dressing and other stuff you love. Make it big so it'll keep in the fridge for a few days