Up Your Breakfast Game:

14 Surprising High Protein Options 

Higher protein breakfasts can keep you fueled for longer, make you feel more alert, and improve specific digestive issues.

Ready to take your breakfast to the next level and learn to get more protein in the morning without breaking the bank? Check out these high-protein options from a popular online food forum.  

Tofu Scramble 

Try replicating an egg scramble with a tofu scramble for those who don’t like or can’t eat eggs. Cook vegetables and tofu with the spices of your choice.  

Cottage Cheese 

Some add chopped fruit or vegetables to their cottage cheese, such as peaches, tomatoes, or raspberries. Add cottage cheese to a creamy sauce or blend it with fruit and ice to make a healthy ice cream.  

Overnight Oats with Protein Powder 

You’ve likely heard of overnight oats, but have you tried making them with protein powder? Oats are an excellent source of nutrition on their own, and there is potential to change up your breakfast constantly with different toppings.  

Smoked Salmon Bagel 

Add smoked salmon, cream cheese, capers, and the seasonings of your choice to a bagel or bread. You could also add avocados, especially if you buy them while they’re on sale.   

Bean Soup or Beans & Rice 

When you do your meal prep, make a batch of beans in the crockpot or on the stove and keep them handy in the fridge to add to your breakfast throughout the week.  

Tuna Melt or Tuna Salad 

Canned tuna has a lot of protein and can be kept in the cabinet for quite a while, offering you a quick and easy meal in a pinch. There are many ways to eat tuna beyond a tuna sandwich. 

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