What is your favourite high protein breakfast?

Astrid Z.
I like to make poached or boiled eggs with a mix of mushrooms or tomatoes and l love to add herbs or spices to nearly everything l eat eg cinnamon on my porridge.
Nikki B.
It depends on how much time I have in the morning. If I'm in a hurry, I'll eat oatmeal made with protein powder and add fruit. If I have time, I'll make a nice veggie omlette.
Kathryn Z.
Scrambled eggs cooked in a pan with a little butter and served with chives, grilled tomatoes, mushrooms and sometimes some lean bacon.
Austin Y.
Greek yogurt with oat and mixed dried fruits, nuts, drizzle of honey and peanut butter to get u all fueled up for the day!!
Lisa Y.
I like either lean shake burn protein powder mixed with frozen fruit in a blender, or eggs. I add turkey bacon some mornings if I want a bit of pizzazz
Gina U.
I enjoy a protein smoothie. I use banana, strawberry, oats, blueberries and protein powder ♥️ You can add some peanut butter for a little extra and it taste delicious 🤤
Gr Inne X.
Fried eggs on homemade brown bread and a bed of spinach! Sprinkle some pumpkin seeds on top for more nutrients and a bit of crunch. I like to squeeze a bit of sweet chilli sauce on top of the eggs for a bit more flavour, and a little bit of cheese!
Johan N.
My favorite high protein breakfast is a breakfast sandwich, a nice hardy whole grain bread, a thick slice of cheese, and a well done egg with bacon or sausage or other meat.
Bryan C.
Usually I tend to drink fresh orange juice (squeezing the oranges myself helps me wake up) along side with biscuits made of cereals, so they are low on sugar and on calories
Mohamed O.
I like something heavy like steak hotdogs 😋 eggs with shrimp and chess specially with fruit and vegetables and finish it with coffee
Ine N.
Oatmeal with chiaseeds, cinnamon, cardamon, blueberrys, peanut butter, banana and honey. I look forward to it every morning!! On weekends i eat eggs. Either hardboiled, scrambled or fried 🙂
Madeline Q.
I have either a hard-boiled egg and bagel thin or a container of non-fat greek yogurt with blueberries (probably the higher protein food).
Pablo E.
I first make 2 slices of toast. After that I prepare 2 eggs (break them open and start grilling them🍳). In the mean time I'll slice some cucumber and tomato and put that on my toast.

After al this I put the cucumber and tomato on the toast first. Than the grilled egg on top with a slice of cheese and ham.

This on both slices. (2 eggs per toast)

Enishaa I.
I like oatmeal and almonds.
They're easier to make and taste good
Sometimes I add apples and bananas
Sometimes I make aloo bread
Alexander Z.
A cheese round, some crackers, some grapes and coffee with almond milk creamer.

Sometimes I with other in place of cheese I have boiled eggs. I don’t always have crackers… it depends on how hungry I’m feeling.

Anthony E.
One of my favorite high protein breakfast is a big bowl of oatmeal filled with an array of grains, fruits, and some other natural sweeteners. The main protein stars are the Flax Seeds, Chia Seeds, and Peanut Butter.
First, I bring 2cups of milk to a simmer with a pinch of vanilla powder, ground cinnamon, and a tablespoon each of Flax & Chia seeds. Once heat is visibly coming off the top and the milk is audibly hissing, I add half a diced apple and a small handful of diced walnuts. Shortly after, it will begin to simmer and the swollen Chia seeds will have risen to the top.
Now add the Oatmeal, constantly stirring. As the oatmeal begins to soak up the milk mixture, add a bit more cinnamon, and a tablespoon of organic honey. Take off the heat and pour into a bowl. I prefer to do this early, while there is still plenty of milk and before the oatmeal has fully soaked up all the liquid. Overcooking oatmeal is very easy to do and will result in an overly dense porridge that becomes tough to digest.
Finally, stir in a hefty tablespoon of peanut butter, and enjoy.
This rich, complex breakfast is packed with protein, fiber, and natural sugars that keep me full, and energize my body and mind. A perfect way to start the day!
Teresa Y.
I really enjoyed the turner wraps I made for myself. I also really enjoyed the lox Anne made for me. The poached eggs over a bed of chard. I really want to start creating more exciting breakfasts for myself
Katie O.
My go-tos are either a bowl of Special K Protein or half a cup of antioxidant trail mix, which includes nuts, seeds, and dries fruit.
Alexandra F.
I have multiple favourite protien breakfasts. The first one is a breakfast sandwich/burrito with ham Turkey and eggs. Next one is a protien shake with peanut butter, banana, almond milk and oats. And the last one I have if I'm not that hungry or if I want a snack, I'd have a chopped apple with peanut butter or hummus with carrots, celery and bell peppers.