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While the blogger who created this recipe uses homemade almond milk (because she’s a chef), you can simply cook the oats in water. Soak buckwheat overnight to get yourself an easy grab-and-go breakfast with about 6.5 grams of protein from the groats alone.
We love that this recipe is on a blog called Ambitious Kitchen—and that it has two ingredients. Bananas and oats may be enough for you (and make surprisingly sweet breakfast cookies), but the addition of things like cacao nibs and nuts makes things more fun. We like to top with a big dollop of nut butter for extra protein and healthy fats to keep us energized all morning, no matter how long that meeting drags on.
Not that we have any idea what cake batter tastes like, of course. (It's our little secret.)This breakfast is like eating apple pie without the crust, so you definitely want to bookmark this page.
Amaranth is a grain that has slightly more protein than quinoa does, and here it gives a naturally sweet crunch.
Sweet potatoes and whole wheat pastry flour make these cakes sweet enough that you don't need any syrup on top.
Or go savory at breakfast and top with veggies and avocado.
Either way, they're great alone or as a replacement for hash browns. (We couldn't help it.) These zucchinis are carved out and filled to the brim with ground beef, cheese, veggies, and lots of spieces.
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Tahini has a hefty dose of calcium, which is one of the most important minerals in the body (it even helps you to squeeze your muscles! Use this dressing on top of a simple salad of spicy arugula, red potatoes, apples, and cashews.