Eating more protein will keep you fuller for longer and help keep your body in tip top shape. Stay on track with these hand-picked high protein breakfast recipes perfect for weight loss, fitness, and all-around better eating health goals.
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Southwest Tofu Scramble
Greek Yogurt French Toast with Apples
Spinach and Pepper Frittata
Slammin’ Smoked Salmon Sandwich
Poached Egg Avocado Toast
Peanut Butter Cup Overnight Oats
Sweet Potato, Sausage, Kale Casserole
Sweet Potato Black Bean Burrito
Cottage Cheese Protein Pancakes
Calories: 212 Fat: 15.1g Total Carbs: 7.1g
Net Carbs: 5g Fiber: 2.1g Protein: 16.4g
The seasonings for this dish combine in a perfect blend of southwestern flavors. AND it’s egg free, for those of you tired of egg-only protein breakfasts!
Calories: 370 Fat: 12g Total Carbs: 48g
Net Carbs: 41g Fiber: 7g Protein: 21g
Whole wheat toast, eggs, Greek yogurt, and pecans makes this hearty protein breakfast the perfect combination of indulging and energizing.
Calories: 198 Fat: 10g Total Carbs: 5g
Net Carbs: 3g Fiber: 2g Protein: 22g
You can easily make frittatas like this one ahead of time for easy grab and go breakfast options all week long. Just refrigerate and heat when you’re ready to eat (much like our meals available on our Protein+ plan!)
Calories: 242 Fat: 10g Total Carbs: 33g
Net Carbs: 26.g Fiber: 7g Protein: 15g
Salmon is high in protein and is also full of healthy fats like Omega-3s. Using a whole wheat English muffin for this recipe will reduce your calorie and carbohydrate intake, making it even healthier.
Calories: 393 Fat: 20.4g Total Carbs: 30.1g
Net Carbs: 22.4.g Fiber: 7.7g Protein: 23.3g
Ah, the classics. You really can’t beat avocado toast and eggs for breakfast, can you?
Calories: 350 Fat: 7.9g Total Carbs: 33.4g
Net Carbs: 21.9g Fiber: 11.5g Protein: 26.3g
This recipe uses protein powder to amp up the protein content, but even without it, the oats, almond milk, yogurt, and peanut butter still make this a great high protein breakfast recipe.
Calories: 315 Fat: 19g Total Carbs: 16g
Net Carbs: 14g Fiber: 2g Protein: 24g
If you like a nice helping of sausage in the morning: turkey is your friend! Turkey sausage tends to be lower in saturated fat, calories, and is all around leaner and healthier than pork sausage. This casserole uses turkey sausage making it a leaner breakfast option.
Calories: 297 Fat: 16g Total Carbs: 26g
Net Carbs: 20g Fiber: 6g Protein: 11g
Chickpeas are very high in protein and are also considered a “complete protein” because they contain all nine essential amino acids your body needs to stay healthy. They’re also low in cholesterol and make a perfect egg replacement for healthy vegan breakfast options.
Calories: 123 Fat: 1.1g Total Carbs: 24.3g
Net Carbs: 19g Fiber: 5.3g Protein: 4.5g
Add black beans and other types of beans to your breakfast burrito to add more natural fiber and protein to your breakfasts, just like this recipe has.
Calories: 109 Fat: 3.6g Total Carbs: 12.5g
Net Carbs: 12.1g Fiber: 0.4g Protein: 8.2g
If you’re looking for a little more protein content, you can add peanut butter, protein powder, or almond flour to the mix, or top with Greek yogurt before enjoying!
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