Protein Packed Breakfasts to Kick Start Your Day
Wake up to a filling breakfast that helps fuel your workout and powers you through the busy day. The chefs at Athletes' Performance whipped up these six meals, all packed with muscle-building protein, high in fiber, and easy to make.

1. Peanut Butter Banana Sandwich

By Debbie Martell
A twist on the traditional PB&J, this tasty sandwich is perfect for adults but your kids will love it, too. The peanut butter provides 10 grams of protein, and the 6 grams of fiber help keep you fuller longer. Click here for the recipe.

2. Whole Wheat Waffle with Maple Yogurt

By Debbie Martell
In 10 minutes you can have a hot breakfast on the table that's a tasty mix of yogurt and fruit, loaded with 13 grams of protein.Click here for the recipe.

3. Peanut Butter and Banana Oatmeal

By Debbie Martell
Whether you're going to work or working out, fill up with oatmeal. This hearty meal has 9 grams of fiber and 21 grams of protein. Best part: It's fast and easy to make. Click here for the recipe.

4. Bacon and Egg Sandwich

By Debbie Martell
Cook up a hot breakfast in less than 15 minutes. This sandwich is filled with bacon, eggs, cheese, and veggies, for 30 grams of muscle-building protein.Click here for the recipe.

5. Honey Nut Parfait

Karen Bedel
The fresh fruit, yogurt, and Kashi Go Lean Crunch parfait has 28 grams of protein and 15 grams of fiber. Top it off with freshly toasted nuts to feel energized and stay full all morning.Click here for the recipe.

6. Veggie Frittata

Karen Bedel
While it's a bit more time consuming, the frittata breakfast is delicious with a mix of mozzarella, chopped veggies and onions. Served with a waffle and fruit combo, you'll get 21 grams of protein. Perfect for the weekend. Or cook it the night before and heat it up in the a.m. Click here for the recipe.

Recipes © Core Performance
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