I get tired of eating the same breakfast options. What high protein breakfast suggestions do you have?

Naja Z.
I like Greek yoghurt, with honey mixed in. Then I add nuts and raisins to the top, I also add a mixture of fruits.

Other days I have grilled fish with broccoli fried in coconut oil.

Carla Q.
I never eat same breakfast everyday. Another thing i dont do is count my calories while having breakfast because i’m most likely to skip a meal in the afternoon so breakfast is something you should enjoy and like. Eggs, cheese omelette, chicken, beef sandwich you can make a sandwich of chicken and omlette or boiled eggs with mayo and mustard

Tracy Z.
When I first started I also got sick of eating all the same types of food but then I did some research and found a ton of other foods high in protein that I would like. Since I'm a picky eater at first it was hard to get myself to try them but as soon as I did some of them I liked and some I totally hated but thats the joy of trying new things. One of the foods I loved for on the go where Belvita crackers they are high in protein, taste good, and give you plenty of energy for the day. But some of the meals I made myself at home were omelets, biscuits and gravy, French toast, waffles, pancakes, etc. If your want to find more search up High Protein Breakfasts and there will be a ton.

Dayana N.
One day you can try yogurt and fruit and others avocado with brown bread and coffee, or scramble eggs for the morning, or milk and cereal, and so on. I get bored easily and change constantly. on weekends treat yourself.

Tristan J.
Omelettes with ingredients like tomato, ham, salmon and other vegetables. Scrambled eggs with avocado toast and smoked salmon. Bagels with spreads or with cheese and other toppings. Chia bowls, açai bowls and smoothie bowls with ingredients like banana and berries. Banana pancakes are a good healthier and lighter option to traditional pancakes. overnight oats or baked oats, yogurt with fruit. If you’re in a hurry, muesli bars and fruit are also good options.

Agathe O.
I boil 2 eggs and put them on toast with butter and ham, and pair it with a big glass of milk. It’s very simple and nutritious

Kaitlin E.
My suggestions are: An oatmeal, some egg slices, a smoothie from fruits and veggies of your choice, scramble eggs with cherry tomatoes and feta, an omelette, a wrap with peppers and cream cheese, protein bars, pancakes, a fruit salad and greek yogurt with fruits and honey

Tilde F.
I make a smoothie in the morning that has protein powder and Greek yogurt which are both good sources of protein. The combinations you can make with smoothies are pretty endless. Easy to consume, delicious, and easy!

Jeff E.
try multiple egg variants; boiled, scrambled, omelette, frittata, tortilla… and pair it with different meat/fish to your liking (bacon, ham, sausage, salmon…)
and don't forget carbs!

Ava S.
Make a green thick smoothie with spinach, avocado, kale and maybe some protein and then too it’s off in a bowl with maybe a cut up banana and granola and strawberries or blueberries

Kaitlyn P.
I tend to go for Jasmin rice, two fried eggs, and some sort of meat, usually spam but often kielbasa sausage if I have the money.
I mix it all together and it's super healthy, fast, and leaves me with tons of energy.

Maddison W.
Hello I am a pescatarian but do eat eggs as well. I eat mini chocolate chip and banana wheatabix every day for breakfast because it is filling but I do want to change it up every few days but I don't know what to eat do u have any suggestions?

Gunther B.
Protein shake – 1 scoop of PE Science gourmet vanilla protein powder + 1/4 avocado + 1 cup kale or spinach + 1/4 cup coconut milk + ice and water – blend together

Amy X.
Toast with peanut butter and jelly, mini wheats are a good one. Just get creative with it and find things you enjoy, you don't have to eat "breakfast" foods just foods you like for breakfast.

Allex E.
I recommend oatmeal with fruit pieces (apple, banana, pear, blueberries, strawberries etc.)/ nuts/ peanuts/ dried fruits (cranberries, cherries, raisins etc.)/peanut butter/ honey, cinnamon etc. You can eat oatmeal multiple times a week in the morning and still spice it up, because every time you can put different things in it. It fills you up for around 4 hours and is very tasty. Good luck in finding protein filled breakfast alternatives! 😊

Karl Friedrich X.
Use fruit, protein, good fats, carbohydrates and veggies. You can rotate what you use, the options you have available or the ones you prefer at the moment. Remember, to eat good is not to eat less.

Briseida I.
I really enjoy making green eggs and ham, it's spinach and eggs blended together, you can scramble the eggs or make an omlet. You can add cheese, peppers, whatever you like! High protein plain yogurt is wonderful too, Greek and Icelandic yogurt is my fave. Add some berries, chia seeds, walnuts, drizzle some honey. Quick, delicious and easy.

Jelena Z.
Unfortunately I have the same problem… I just don’t have enough time in the morning to make a good and healthy breakfast. With that said, I would recommend maybe scrambled eggs (the French way) with mushrooms and cheese. Two peace’s of bread on the side. Maybe some sour cream too. And for something lighter a bowl of corn flakes or oatmeal with fruit and nuts.

Makenzie O.
I would suggest oatmeal and or overnight oat with fruits + milk or plant milk. Also try smoothies with protein powder and or a protein shake.

Allex E.
You could try oatmeal with various things in it, such as nuts/ peanuts/ fruit pieces (apple, blueberries, strawberries, banana, pear etc.)/ dried fruit (cranberries, cherries, raisins etc.)/ peanut butter/ honey, cinnamon/ cocoa powder etc. Oatmeal fills you up and you can eat it multiple times a week in the morning, because each time you make it you can put something elese in. Good luck finding better breakfast ideas! 😊

Eliot N.
I’d say detaching from the idea of “breakfast foods” is your best bet. Why do we eat scrambled eggs only at breakfast anyway? For a high protein breakfast, I’d consider eating leftovers from yesterday’s dinner. If that is too odd, try mixing novel proteins into your scrambled eggs. There are also a pretty decent selection of high-protein cereals out there now, and coupled with high-protein milk substitutes, that can be a good way to change up your breakfast foods occasionally. I also will pair generic breakfasts with a protein shake, which tends to increase both calories consumed and also the amount of protein in a given meal. Hope that helps!

Anete I.
To be honest, i don't look how many protein my breakfast has, but if you're tired of the same breakfast, try something new. For example your breakfast was cereals and you're tired of that, try something more fruity like fruit salad with yogurt.

Anna M.
Smoothies with nuts or seeds mixed through it. Oatmeal with different topics (caramelized banana, a small piece of chocolate or other). Quinoa Bircher Muesli. Homemade granola. Scrambled eggs with spinach en tomatoes. Pancakes. There is a lot. I like to mix it up. Sometimes I'm in to oatmeal, sometimes I'm in to smoothies. In the weekends I usually make a big breakdfast

Janet O.
I like yogurt from Iceland. It’s thick and creamy but not chalky. It has 9 to 11 grams of protein per 5 oz Brand names are Icelandic Provisions and Siggi’s.

Stephanie N.
Greek nonfat yogurt with mixed seeds and nuts topped with fruit.
Air fried sweet pepper with an egg inside. I also bought eat arroyo bread which is super low carb and at only 30 calories I can have a breakfast sandwich without feeling guilty.

Tess O.
If you eat your breakfast in a routine i think it is time to change it . You can try more ideas by following steps of videos on the internet and if you get bored you can change the plsces you eat .

B T Y.
try eggs for protein, and experiment with the way you make them. there are many ways to make eggs and different ways to season, my favorite is soufflé omelette and i recommend you try that if you haven't already. you can have protein shakes if you'd prefer something simpler and quicker to make. and although i do not

Clara X.
I like making açaí bowls. You can get a pretty basic recipe on YouTube. I add a scoop of protein powder inside the açaí mix and for my toppings I add banana, granola , cacao nibs and melted peanut butter on top, which will give you that extra protein.

Hunter F.
I like eggs. They are versatile and portable if needed. I call them my protien bombs. Look up eggs and there are plenty of ways to fix them. Most are pretty easy, even I can do
Eggs can go with just about anything, vegetables, fruit, bread, dairy mix it up and try new recipes. Good luck

Brianna Z.
– toast + avocado + half a plate of veggies
– bread with hummus + veggies
– french toast + veggies
– soft boiled eggs + bread + veggies
– scrambled eggs + bread + veggies
– oatmeal + added protein powder
– shake + protein powder
– breakfast muffins

Imene N.
Hello, actually I’m still trying to have an equilibrium in my breakfast..i usually take boiled eggs or omelettes..but if you have suggestions I’m listening

Bella N.
Eat smoothies, it’s as simple as 123!
1 get romaine lettuce, a green blend, and for weight loss a green apple . Use 2 leaves from the romaine, and 4 optional finely chopped pieces of apple. Then add 3 cups of water. It will keep you energized also search pintrist for inspiration for smoothies!

Also eat eggs on avocado toast! It’s really good. Try paleo bread.

Also eat fruit for fibre

Please feel free to bake protein muffins too! Almond flour is really yummy in muffins also cheap! For fluffier muffins sift the flour.

Suzanna O.
It's hard for me to get motivated to do my morning routine and I often procrastination through out my day do you have any advice that can help me?

Lindsey O.
Eggs in a basket. Just cut a circle in any bread you'd like, put an egg in it, cook, then enjoy. Have it with any breakfast meat, and a cup of orange juice, milk, or water.