My typical breakfast would be fried eggs with the veggies on a side but, honestly, I get tired from it once in a while. Then, I start to play around with the recipes for the protein pancakes. This time, I’ve added spirulina to make my pancakes green, and get additional nutritional benefits. Spirulina is a great detox component of your diet, besides being rich in minerals such as iron, calcium, potassium, magnesium and B vitamins. Spirulina is not for everybody, please read the warnings about spirulina’s safety and you might want to consult with your doctor, before consuming this algae.
This recipe is very similar to the previous one, Chocolate Cheese Breakfast. Except, it doesn’t contain any eggs. Also, this breakfast option is richer in protein thanks to added WPC. I used protein with chocolate flavor, and would recommend you to do the same.
This meal is quite filling. Despite looking like a cake, it doesn’t contain any sugar. As sweeteners I’ve used small amounts of raisins and honey.
Also, feel free to freeze it for future meals. I froze mine, and the taste didn’t get any worse. Just make sure you defrost it completely, before consuming.
To be honest, this one turned out as successful kitchen experiment, which doesn’t happen every time 🙂
This is very simple and quite fast healthy breakfast option. Chocolate flavored pancakes because of the added cacao. Creamy filling, made of cottage cheese, Greek yogurt and chia seeds. In combination, you get one tasty and filling morning meal.
Protein bars are popular in my blog, aren’t they. If you include protein powder to your diet, most likely, you enjoy my ‘hot topic’ but what if you don’t see protein powder as must have in your nutrition list.
In that case, I have a protein powder free option for DIY protein bars. The idea has been taken from amazing Gordon Rock’s book DIY Protein Bar Cookbook.
Morning Bliss bars have delicious and nourishing flavor thanks to variety of nuts, seeds and nut butter. Dried blueberries add a little fruity flavor, but overall bars have nutty taste.
These protein “bricks” could be your quick breakfast option or snack on the go. Either way, they’ll provide plenty of long lasting energy.