7 High-Protein Breakfasts Ready in 5 Minutes or Less


11. Greek Yogurt

Greek yogurt has gained popularity in the U.S., primarily because of its health benefits. Non-fat Greek yogurt is high in protein, and low in sugar and carbohydrates.

Mix yogurt with fresh berries or bananas, and a scoop of homemade granola or muesli. Combining the tasty yogurt with fresh fruit and a low-fat grain keeps you full until lunchtime. Greek yogurt is also a healthy and nutritious snack idea.

12. Cold Cereal

A tried-and true favorite, you can quickly fix a bowl of cereal before you head to work. Combine homemade granola or muesli with fruit and soy milk to kick start your morning.

Fruit contains essential vitamins and minerals and soy has protein that can give you the extra energy you need in the morning. The carbohydrates in the cereal keep you full, so you won’t be tempted by a late-morning foray into the break room.

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