Breakfast is a very important meal in a day, which we should not skip. To start a day healthy, make sure you are having more protein in your breakfast. Let’s go into the recipe which makes your day starter feel healthier, feel fuller, and easy to prepare, which doesn’t consume much time.
First, let’s discuss the high amount of protein content in our foods which are available handy
We all know that Soya is one of the high protein foods available in the market. It is available as Dried Soya, Soya Chunks, Soya keema or we can make soya milk from the dried soya beans.
We all know that both soya and paneer have enough amount of protein that we require.
Just toss some chopped onions and tomatoes with grated paneer or some finely chopped soya chunks, then add some salt and chili powder.
Take two slices of multigrain bread spread this mixture on the slice of bread and make a sandwich.
This is one of the easiest and healthiest recipe you can have it in the morning.
It makes you feel fuller for a longer time.
Soya sandwich Nutritive Value
2 pieces of Soya sandwich gives you 321cal
Protein – 15gm
Carbs – 58 gm
Fats – 2.5 gm
Fiber – 12.6gm
Paneer Sandwich Nutritive Value
1 sandwich gives you 364cal
Protein – 12gm
Carbs – 35gm
Fats – 15gm
Fiber – 6gm
Peanut Butter with multigrain Bread
Take a spoon full of peanut butter spread evenly on a slice of bread, add slices of banana (optional), and close with another bread slice.
Peanut butter is full of healthy fats and high protein.
2 slices of Multigrain Bread with a spoon full of peanut butter gives you 468cal
Protein – 25gm
Fats – 18gm
Fiber – 9.5gm
Spinach and Mushroom Omelet
Eggs are the best and cheapest protein available easily in the market.
Beat 2 eggs, whisk well add some chopped spinach and mushroom with salt and pepper according to your taste.
Apply some olive oil on a hot pan and pour the mixture, put it on low flame, and cook well. Flip it slowly and cook on another side.
If you want more protein to add more egg whites.
Its Nutritive Value
It gives you 230cal
Protein – 16gm
Carbs – 6gm
Fats – 17gm
Fiber – 0.8 gm
Gram flour Dosa
Take 3 spoons full of gram flour add chopped onions, green chilies, and salt. Add some water to the mixture until it comes to the pancake batter consistency.
Spread olive oil on hot dosa pan pours the required batter and spread it evenly.
Its Nutritional value
2 medium size of this dosa gives you 170cal
Protein – 8gm
Soak equal quantities of pulses like Bengal gram, black gram, Green gram, Toor Dal (mix all grains in one cup) with one cup of rice and half a cup of rice flakes (poha). Soak some cumin and red chilies along with dal for at least 5-6 hrs.
Grind it all together and make a fine paste. It doesn’t need any fermentation. Add some salt and required water.
You can also add a fist full of cleaned Moringa leaves and curry leaves.
Heat a non-stick pan and apply some oil and pour the batter and make dosa. Flip it slowly and heat the other side
This is one of the tastiest and healthiest dosa.
Its Nutritional Value
2 medium-size dosa gives you 300cal
Protein – 11gm
Carbs – 35gm
Fats – 10gm
Along with all these recipes, chicken breast is one of the highest protein sources. One skinless sautéed chicken breast gives you 230cal.
Protein – 49gm
Carbs – 0gm
These are the high protein breakfast ideas for you to try for your school-going kids and as a quick breakfast for your office with a touch of taste.