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Top 10 Protein Power Breakfasts

Following a strict exercise regime can entail spending a lot of energy. While training camps, like Prestige Boot Camp, can provide comfort and relaxation, alongside an intense workout and calorie crunching diet, it’s often hard to find the energy to always stick to a dedicated regime. These are the top ten morning feasts to satisfy your palette:

1. Chocolate Peanut Butter Protein Pancakes

What could be a nicer treat than pancakes in the morning? Well, pancakes enthused with protein powder. Sweetened with oats, cocoa powder, egg whites, vanilla almond milk and applesauce; this is the perfect recipe for any chocolate lover that does not want to falter from their diet.

2. Oatmeal with fruit and nuts

The American Heart Association has promoted Oatmeal as a primary defender against cardiovascular diseases, as well as sugar problems surrounding diabetes. It fuels the body with energy while avoiding fat and sugars that will ruin any diet. Try this fruit and nut recipe for a beginner’s guide to combining oatmeal.

3. Non-fat/ Greek Yoghurt combos

A fun addition to any oatmeal or just delicious to simply eat on its own. Shane Griffin, a professional nutritionist, promotes Greek yoghurt as beneficial to our immune system, due to its amount of protein and probiotics. This will certainly give you enough amino acid in your body to keep you energised throughout the day.

4. Berry Blast Protein Shake

Fancy something smooth and creamy for breakfast without the fat? Look no further than the Berry Blast Protein Shake, a combination of juiced blueberries, raspberries, vanilla whey protein and water. Averaging out at only 216 calories, this drink is perfect alongside your morning run.

5. Cheese and Veg Omelette

This healthy omelette practically begs to be eaten by health enthusiasts. Weighing in at only 275 calories, it helps you start your day with a number of vegetables, including mushrooms and tomatoes, which are rich in protein, vitamin A and C. Have it plain to reduce your calorie intake, or try it with cheese or bacon for a weekend treat!

6. Cheesy Scrambled Eggs

Get your skillet skills on and try this fun recipe to impress your friends and relatives. This breakfast full of vegetables, protein and creamy tastes made to ensure your taste buds tingle!

7. Healthy Granola Parfait

A gorgeous combination of granola, dark chocolate, Greek yoghurt and berries, you will love how simple and quick this is to make, while at the same time admire how gorgeous the finished breakfast looks in its glass!

8. Spinach and Mushroom Frittata

Similar to making a pancake or an omelette, a Spinach and Mushroom Frittata is a 10-minute meal which will leave your taste buds begging for more Spanish cuisine. Packed with 26 grammes of protein, this meal is bound to get your day off to an energetic start!

9. Turkey Sausage Muffins

If you have a busy week ahead of you, you may need a meal that can be stored and heated up at a later date. Microwavable meals are fine, but the chances are that you’re looking for something to provide protein and vitamins to sustain you throughout the day. Make muffins over the weekend, and they will last for as long as you need them.

10. Baked Eggs in Avocado Shells

Are you ready for a heavy dose of omega-3 and protein in your breakfast? This healthy recipe begs for experimentation, whether by placing chives inside the avocados or even playing with fresh herbs. This is a recipe perfect for the budding cook.

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About Paul Stainthorpe

Running has been part of my life since 2011. While growing up I hated running and would do anything to avoid it at school. Give me a ball and a racket any day. It’s funny how some things change. I run for good. In 2012 I ran the 12 Days of Christmas for the Percy Hedley Foundation. In 2013 I attempted (with friend Lee Nyland), the 12 parkruns of Christmas for the Tiny Lives Trust.


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Comments (6)

  1. The Turkey Sausage Muffins sound amazing!

  2. Great post! I love the sound of the Chocolate Peanut Butter Protein Pancakes. Yum! Yum!

  3. These breakfast ideas are perfect! I can definitely see myself starting the day with this kind of breakfast!

  4. Heather says:

    I love any kind of cheesy, vegetable-packed eggy breakfast! they always feel so hearty to me, and all those different flavors satisfies my tastebuds too (:

  5. Deano says:

    Spinach and Mushroom Frittata for me please! :)

  6. What a great roundup of breakfasts! Protein can sometimes be tough to fit in, so I love all these ideas for including more in my morning meal.

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