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High Proetin Breakfast Recipe

#1 Postby Nicholas_Weir » Thu Dec 15, 2011 9:21 pm

Let me share with you one of my favourite breakfasts, which i have almost religiously now every morning:


Protein Custard Oats.



Ingredients:

For the Protein Custard:

One 40g scoop of soy protein isolate, vanilla flavoured
500ml (16oz ice cold water)
100ml of lite soy milk
a few drops of vanilla extract
pinch of cinnamon

For the oats:

100g (measured dry) of rolled oats
500ml (16oz ice cold water)
One banana (sliced)
a sprinkle of cinnamon
10g of ground golden flaxseed

Directions:

Cook the oats in the water until ready. Meanwhile, measure out the protein into a shakerwith 500ml of water, 100ml lite soy milk, cinnamon and the vanilla extract. Shake for 30-60 seconds. When oats are ready serve them in a bowl and slice the banana over the top
sprinkle it with some cinnamon and the ground golden flaxseed. Lastly, pour the protein custard over the oats, grab a spoon and enjoy!

Macros of meal:


Calories: 686

Protein: 55
Fat: 13
Carbs: 83
Fibre: 17
Sodium: 512

P.S. If you want less carbs, simply exclude the banana to make the macros:

Calories: 600

Protein: 54
Fat: 13
Carbs: 64
Fibre: 15
Sodium: 512

Here is a pic of the finished product:

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Re: High Proetin Breakfast Recipe

#2 Postby vegansludge » Fri Dec 16, 2011 5:51 pm

I do something similar to this and it's awesome!

Have you thought about doing protein pancakes? Seems like they'd be up your alley for sure.
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Re: High Proetin Breakfast Recipe

#3 Postby Nicholas_Weir » Fri Dec 16, 2011 7:07 pm

Yeah, I was thinking of making them right now for breakfast. However, I have never made them before.

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Re: High Proetin Breakfast Recipe

#4 Postby sosso » Sat Dec 17, 2011 2:37 am

Sounds good! I'll try this one.

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Re: High Proetin Breakfast Recipe

#5 Postby Nicholas_Weir » Sat Dec 17, 2011 9:17 pm

rachelngom wrote:This is one of my favorite breakfasts! I make it with sun warrior protein instead…and add some peanut/almond butter. SO yummy! I would love a great vegan high protein pancake recipe…anyone have one?



Yeah, it is great with sunwarrior (I used the vanilla one).

As for the Protein pancake recipe, I am in the process of making one! :)

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Re: High Proetin Breakfast Recipe

#6 Postby vegansludge » Sat Dec 17, 2011 9:48 pm

From my old blog:

http://vegansludge.tumblr.com/post/9837 ... nnel-cakes

Also, if you have access to it, you could always use soy flour instead of ground oats to really up the protein. I.e. any flour would be a good substitute if you don't want to use oats.
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