Diets that restrict simple carbohydrates (or low carbohydrate diets ) often require juggling with menus and especially a reset to everything learned from children about food.
It is true that breakfast can be an important subject for many people especially children who start a low carb diet. Once your child will get used to a high protein breakfast, I assure you that your child will not be able to do without it, especially if you make recipes as delicious and easy as the ones we propose today.
Apple And Oatmeal Mugcake
This recipe is to suck your fingers and is made in a jiffy. Put in your blender a cup of oat flakes, an egg (or two whites) and an apple peeled and cut into pieces. Add cinnamon to taste, a dash of agave syrup and crush. Put the mixture in a cup and take it to the microwave for 3 minutes at maximum power. Voilà! A delicious high protein breakfast is ready to eat without cravings for ‘forbidden’ foods.
Protected Banana Pancakes
The pancakes are the most beloved high protein breakfast even for children. In your blender glass, mix a banana with a cup of oatmeal, 1 egg (or two egg whites), a tablespoon or two of protein powder, cinnamon, a glass of vegetable drink and your favorite healthy sweetener (stevia, syrup agave, coconut sugar). Put the dough in a hot skillet and when you see it peel off from the bottom, flip the curtain. Serve with Greek yogurt, unsweetened jam or fruit. Your child will want it more than once and more than two!
Multigrain Toast With Egg And Avocado
Multigrain bread has all the essentials you require for a high protein breakfast and if your child eats it with avocado and eggs, even better. If you accompany it with some slices of avocado, a grilled egg and a drizzle of olive oil, you will have a perfect breakfast.
Fruit And Yogurt Bowl
This high protein breakfast will cost you to prepare it in much less time than it will take you to eat it. Put natural Greek yogurt in a bowl, add oat flakes, fruits, and seeds (pumpkin seeds, flax, sesame). Your Fruit and yogurt bowl is ready to eat.
Benedictine Eggs: High Protein Breakfast
Although it seems to you that it will take you a long time to prepare this high protein breakfast, this is not the case in reality. Make pancake dough like the pancake breakfast but without adding the banana or sweetener. Instead, put Himalayan pink salt (or table salt in its absence) and the spices you like best. Once you have made the pancakes in the pan, put smoked chicken or salmon on them, a poached or grilled egg and a Greek yogurt sauce with mustard and pepper. It will be a delight for your child to start the day with lots of energy.