Hate Eggs? Some other Protein Rich Breakfast options
Eggs are known to be a good source of protein, which is required for strengthening muscles. Fitness freaks around the world recommend consumption of eggs. There are, unfortunately, a handful of people to whom egg is more of a bane than a boon. Many around the world, suffer stomach ache after consuming eggs, while others do not prefer it’s odour, taste or texture. For all those who are looking for protein rich dishes for breakfast with ample proteins but with out need for consuming eggs, your search is over. Here are five breakfast meals that can scrumptiously substitute for eggs.
1. Breakfast Bowl of Cottage Cheese
- Cottage Cheese
Spread a layer of cottage cheese over a handful of walnuts, in a bowl. Embed the layer of cottage cheese with raspberries. If you’re fond of cinnamon, sprinkle some on top of the berries. Walnut and cottage cheese are both rich in proteins. Raspberries, although, they are sweet and juicy contain very low sugar content and are helpful for cutting down fat.
2. Peanut Butter Protein Bars
- Natural Peanut Butter
- Vanilla protein powder
- Non-instant, quick oats
Heat honey and peanut butter on a high temperature for 30 seconds in a microwave friendly bowl. After 30 seconds, stir the mixture and heat it one more for 30 seconds. Soon after removing the batter from the oven mix quick (non-instant) oats in the mixture along with some vanilla flavoured protein powder. Spread the same on a wax paper and freeze it. Have it next day for breakfast. Peanut butter and protein powder will serves as the sufficient source of protein. Honey is a natural, healthy sweeter. Whereas oats help in digestion.
3. Protein Rich Muesli Bowl
This is one of the fastest and the simplest protein rich breakfasts. Mix vanilla flavoured protein powder with muesli. Add toppings of your choice, nuts, fruits and dark chocolate are highly recommended as each have their own qualities. The fibrous musli eases digestion, while the protein powder supplies with protein.
4. Hummus Toast
If you think the recipe above is time consuming, here’s what you have to do. Grab two slices of brown bread, spread some hummus on it, sprinkle it with roasted sunflower seeds and you have a super-proline rich breakfast along with the required amount of carbs, to keep you going through the day.
5. Salmon Sandwich
If you don’t mind a little meat in your breakfast, spread some cheese on to brown bread and layer the sandwich with smoked salmon. If you prefer Tuna fish, that’s even better. You can top your sandwich up with some coriander or basil leaves.
The above dishes, each, contain up to 20-14 grams of protein.