Storm Fitness PT
I mentioned in a blog i wrote a few weeks ago, that for those who struggle to take in adequate protein, eating a high protein breakfast will be a significant step towards them reaching an optimal amount of protein for the day. However people often struggle with breakfast ideas and also finding the time to cook. Here are a few ideas to try for breakfast, most of which don’t take long to put together.
Layer muffin tins with slices of ham and any other ingredients you enjoy, maybe some onion, pepper and/or tomatoes.
Crack an egg on top and bake in the oven by the time you get out the shower they should be ready (about 10mins)
About 90g of porridge oats and a similar amount of frozen berries, bake in the oven for 5-10mins and add 150g+ of greek yogurt.
Slightly more complicated to do, but well worth the effort if you have the time. It’s Mary Berrys recipe and I’ll not steal from her.
Sure it might not be ideal but if you’re rushing to get out the house, or can’t stomach anything more substantial, a whey protein shake is fine. Maybe consider making it with a low fat milk if you don’t like the taste so much, or maybe pair it with your morning cereal if you want to feel fuller for longer. I even found this smoothie mix in Aldi which creates a pretty tasty smoothie, minimal fats and carbs and by adding a scoop of protein you’ll be well on your way to hitting a good amount of protein for the day.
What’s your go to breakfast meal?