When you think of a high-protein breakfast, what usually comes to mind is scrambled eggs on toast, bacon and eggs, or an omelette.
But if you can't eat (or don't like) eggs, don't worry. You can still enjoy high-protein breakfasts thanks to these sources of protein: chia seeds, tofu, yoghurt and cheese, nuts, seeds, whole grains and plant protein powder.
Not sure how to use them? Try these seven delicious high-protein breakfast recipes which don't involve eggs. Some of these are even vegan.
1. Creamy chia pudding
From Cookie and Kate.
Chia seeds are rich in fibre, omega-3 fats, protein, vitamins and minerals, and they work perfectly in breakfast puddings thanks to their absorbent nature. This delicious vegan, protein-packed recipe is made with cashews (yay, more protein!), vanilla and dates for natural sweetness. And it's perfect for on-the-go.
2. Overnight autumn breakfast quinoa
From How Sweet Eats.
Known as a 'pseudo-grain' but technically a seed, quinoa is packed with protein and fibre, as well as some iron, magnesium and B2. When combined with apple, cinnamon, yoghurt, honey, dried fruit and seeds, quinoa becomes a filling, flavoursome and sweet breakfast.
3. Southwest tofu scramble
From Minimalist Baker.
Prefer savoury breakfasts? Try tofu scramble, which is way more delicious than it sounds -- you just have to cook it with the right herbs and spices. Here, high protein tofu is sautéed with garlic, cumin, chilli, turmeric and veggies. It's tasty, zingy and spicy.
4. Caprese avocado toast
From Foodie Crush.
Amp up your morning avo toast by adding creamy, protein-rich cottage cheese (or sub for mozzarella), tomato and fresh basil. Use hearty whole grain bread to up the fibre and protein, and don't forget a drizzle of oil.
5. Cashew butter granola
From How Sweet Eats.
Nuts are a double whammy when it comes to nutrition -- they're packed with protein and healthy fats, making them an amazing breakfast ingredient. This granola combines cashew nuts, cashew butter, whole grain oats, coconut flakes, vanilla and a touch of maple syrup to create a wonderfully crunchy, sweet brekkie.
6. Carrot quinoa oatmeal breakfast cookies
From Love and Lemons.
If you're an on-the-go breakfast person, these tasty carrot quinoa oat cookies will do the trick. Packed with oats, quinoa, almond butter, dried fruit and nuts, these biscuits pack a punch in terms of protein, fibre and flavour.
7. Vegan almond joy protein bars
From The Healthy Maven.
For a more dessert-like breakfast experience, try these almond joy bars full of oats, coconut flakes, plant protein powder and maple syrup. The soft, sweet bars are then drizzled with melted dairy-free chocolate. Yum.
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