Protein Breakie Ideas

Night-Before Jars

Fill 3 old jars with 2 spoon oats, 2 spoon fuit, 2 spoon yoghurt. Leave in fridge overnight. In the morning you can just top it with some extra fruit if you like. As we prefer homemade yoghurt rather than store bought, we always use our Homemade Yoghurt for Healthy Kids Snacks.

Because it is high in calcium, eating yogurt regularly is good for your bones. Yogurt may also benefit your digestive system, help immunity and offer protection from certain infections. It is made by bacterial fermentation of milk, a process that may boost digestive health because it produces the same good bacteria found in the gut. Plus, it contains additional good bacteria known as probiotics.

Berry Overnight Oats

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Night-Before Chia

Fill 3 jars with 2 spoon Chia, 2 spoon coconut cream, 2 spoon fruit puree or leftover smoothie. You can also try our Lemon Raspberry Chia Seed Pudding.

Small but mighty, chia seeds have a variety of benefits and are considered by many to be one of the healthiest foods on the planet. Just two tablespoons (about an ounce) contains 10 times the Omega-3s of an equal serving of walnuts, more iron than a cup of spinach and a host of other nutrients in smaller amounts. They are also a great source of beneficial fats, fiber and about as many antioxidants per serving as blueberries.

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Breakie Tacos

Buy Donacholita.com.au tortillas. Fill with leftover meat from dinner + favourite salad/veggie/toppies like cheese + avocado. To add even more nutrients, try it with our cultured Carrot Cabbage Kraut.

Since meat contains a large amount of protein, this could be very beneficial as the need for protein is an important one for the body. Dietary fiber from vegetables, as part of an overall healthy diet, helps reduce blood cholesterol levels and may lower risk of heart disease. Fiber is important for proper bowel function. It helps reduce constipation and diverticulosis. Fiber-containing foods such as vegetables help provide a feeling of fullness with fewer calories.

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Ham & Eggs

Cut up ham and cook with scrambled eggs. 

For children to grow and generally brings strength, the ham has about 30% more protein than other meats fresh. High contribution of amino acids is essential for growth. Lately it’s become popular to follow a diet which gets a large percentage of daily calories from protein, in order to assist fat loss. This is because protein promotes satiety and can prevent muscle break down when cutting calories. Eggs offer a huge amount of protein with one boiled egg containing a whopping 6 grams, and also include all 20 amino acids, even the essential ones that our body can only get from the food we eat.

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Toast with Avocado

Top your toast with mashed or sliced avocado. You can add boilled egg, ham, sausage or meatball on side for protein. We often use our Apricot Chicken Meatballs.

The protein found in foods is used by every part of the body to develop, grow and function properly. Because proteins are involved in just about every body function, it’s important that you consume foods high in protein.

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Quirky Custard Mashies

Whisk 4 egg yolks, 1t vanilla & 3/4 t brown rice syrup over low heat for 5 minutes over low heat. Let cool slightly then fill Little Mashies pouches to keep in the fridge for breakfast emergencies. (Recipe Source: Quirky Cooking)

Eggs are considered one of nature's most complete foods, filled with protein while free of carbs and sugar. Egg yolk promotes cell activity, liver function, and the transportation of nutrients throughout the body.

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