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High Protein Breakfast Recipes

Here are two of my favorite high protein recipes for breakfast. The first recipe is probably the one I personally use most often in the morning, since it is quite easy.
The second recipe gets the award for the most interesting breakfast recipe I've seen. Scottish Eggs take about 30 minutes to prepare, though, so you would probably want to make a bunch at night some time, rather than waiting til morning.

High Protein Recipes #1: Easy Scrambled Eggs

High Protein Recipes Ingredients

  • 2 eggs
  • 3 slices bacon
  • 2 oz shredded cheddar cheese

High Protein Recipes Directions:

Chop bacon into 1-inch chunks, and put in microwave for two minutes.

Then put bacon and one ounce of cheese in frypan and heat on medium high.

Quickly break eggs into mixture, and stir with spatula until just done.

Put the other ounce of cheddar on top, and let melt for a minute.

Add pepper.

You don't really need to add salt to this high-protein recipe, since the bacon and cheese are already somewhat salty.

High Protein Recipes #2: Scottish Eggs

High Protein Recipes Ingredients

  • 3 hard boiled eggs
  • 1/2 pound of your favorite sausage meat (raw)
  • 1 scoop soy protein isolate
  • 1 teaspoon parsley flakes

High Protein Recipes Directions

Preheat oven to 350 F or 180 C. Wrap sausage meat around each egg so that it is coated completely. Depending on the size of your eggs, you may use more or less than the 1/2 lb. for the total recipe. Roll in soy protein isolate lightly. Sprinkle with parsley and bake for about 20 to 25 minutes until sausage is cooked. Great hot or cold. Jim's Note: I would recommend using 1/4 pound of meat for each egg and baking for 35-40 minutes. Make sure they're done before taking them out of the oven.

To put the sausage meat around the egg, I have found it useful to press it into a thin patty about 8" long and 4" wide, and then wrap the patty around the egg.

I also like using egg and milk protein powder instead of soy, and I like to make 9 or 10 at a time instead of 3.

High Protein Recipes Macronutrients

Per serving: 590 Calories (kcal); 54g Total Fat; (83% calories from fat); 23g Protein; 2g Carbohydrate; 395mg Cholesterol; 850mg Sodium

Exported from MasterCook (from www.carb-lite.au.com) Author: Tony Blakemore

These are two excellent high protein recipes. The first is great when you have to prepare your eggs in only 5 minutes. It's tasty and fast, for when other high protein recipes might slow you down. The second is excellent, but takes more time to prepare.

Thank you for reading this.


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