Eggs are many athletes’ favourite natural source of protein, and breakfast is one of the best times of day to consume them. With so many recipes involving eggs, there’s no excuse to not make a habit of having them regularly. This is a great alternative to standard eggs on toast and will add a bit of Mexican flair to your morning routine.
Baked goods don’t have to be the enemy when it comes to fitness. These banana protein muffins are chock full of protein without the nasty fat you’re trying to avoid. They are also a great vessel for your favourite whey protein powder. Perhaps the best part is how easily made and portable they are. Just whip up a batch on the weekend and have breakfast and snacks sorted for the rest of the week.
A breakfast favourite combined with a go-to for those with an insatiable sweet tooth? Sign us up. The fact you can combine pancakes and chocolate with awesome protein powder makes this one a no-brainer. Adding some berries on the top only adds to the nutritional value of meal.
This oatmeal is a bit off the wall and doesn’t quite have the sweet or hearty elements that characterise your standard bowl. But that’s why this recipe rules. Because protein is such a vital part of a strong health routine, it’s important to switch up how you ingest it. This keeps you looking forward to it each day. That’s why unique options such as this one are a great idea to try at least once.
Yogurt is a great protein-rich food to keep in your fridge. You can add countless fruits and nuts to it to concoct the perfect breakfast easily. Just scoop it into a bowl, drop whatever you want in there and start enjoying the positive benefits of starting your day with protein.Read More: