Chia seeds are fantastic in yogurt, smoothies, overnight oats, and porridge.
Plant-based eaters love tofu, but meat-eaters can enjoy this high-protein breakfast item too.
Steak may seem odd for breakfast. After making steak and eggs or a breakfast burrito with leftover meat.
Regular pancakes are full of refined carbohydrates and sugar, which can raise blood sugar.
Eggs, a staple of breakfast burritos and omelets, are a high-protein breakfast dish.
Delicious mix-ins can boost this macro in oats. Almonds and walnuts provide protein.
Breakfast nut butter options are unlimited. Peanut butter can be added to cereal, smoothies, muffins.
Quinoa's protein (8 grams per cup), fiber, folate, copper, iron, and zinc make it ideal for breakfast.
Salmon is a fantastic choice for any meal. This fatty fish has brain-boosting omega-3s, protein.
Greek yogurt has protein, too. Fage's 2% Plain Greek Yogurt has 15 grams of protein every 5-ounce container.