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    I'm strapped for time in the morning and basically sick of this shake:
    1 scoop protein
    1/2 cup oats
    1 cup mixed berries
    I feel hungry about 30 minutes later too.

    Would this be same/better breakfast?
    2 cups non-fat choc milk
    get to work (30 minutes later)
    1/2 oats cooked
    1 banana

    Thanks

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    I usually cook a hot breakfast in the morning and it only takes on average 3-8 minutes or less to make and 2-5 minutes to eat. I never take longer than 15 min total.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Emohawkus View Post
    I'm strapped for time in the morning and basically sick of this shake:
    1 scoop protein
    1/2 cup oats
    1 cup mixed berries
    I feel hungry about 30 minutes later too.

    Would this be same/better breakfast?
    2 cups non-fat choc milk
    get to work (30 minutes later)
    1/2 oats cooked
    1 banana

    Thanks

    I don't really think that second breakfast will make you any fuller. Why not have some whey in milk and toast with peanut butter?
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    I don't have much time in the mornings either and this is what i've been doing:

    1 scoop of whey (24g)
    10 oz skim milk
    1 big spoonful of Naturally More peanut butter
    1/2 cup of oats
    1 banana
    some sugar free chocolate syrup

    blend it up, throw it in a go cup. I'm good for a couple of hours

    p.s.- Naturally More peanut butter is where its at, heard about it on this board a few weeks ago, can't get enough
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    I'm not sure of your choice of protein, but for me I use whey post workout only and use Snytha 6 for the rest of my shakes. In the mornings I am usually strapped for time as well. I take a cup of ice, 4 oz fat free vanilla yogurt, 2 tblspoons natty pb, 1 banana, 6 oz of skim milk and add 2 scoops of Chocolate Peanut Butter Syntha 6. I throw it all in the blender and have a great tasting shake I can drink while I'm getting ready for work. Plenty of cals and a sustained release protein that keeps me good until my next meal 3 hours later.
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    Quote Originally Posted by larue38462 View Post
    I'm not sure of your choice of protein, but for me I use whey post workout only and use Snytha 6 for the rest of my shakes. In the mornings I am usually strapped for time as well. I take a cup of ice, 4 oz fat free vanilla yogurt, 2 tblspoons natty pb, 1 banana, 6 oz of skim milk and add 2 scoops of Chocolate Peanut Butter Syntha 6. I throw it all in the blender and have a great tasting shake I can drink while I'm getting ready for work. Plenty of cals and a sustained release protein that keeps me good until my next meal 3 hours later.
    you might want to think about adding whey to that shake. You need fast digesting protein in the morning to take your muscles out of the catabloic state that they were in while you were asleep... unless you're waking up in the middle of the night to take in protein. just my 2 cents
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    Buy instant oatmeal, eggs or egg whites and have scrambled or fried eggs with oatmeal and fruit. If you dont have enough time then get up earlier. Blend the shake while you are making eggs and youll have it for later.
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    You could always just prepare your shake the night before and just add in the whey in the morning. But I'd add in some PB and more oats to keep you fuller longer.
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    Thanks guys
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    Why don't you make a protein bar with more or less the same ingredients? They taste magical..

    210 g oats (ground to a powder in a coffee grinder)
    110 g whey (preferably chocolate flavor/derivative of chocolate flavor)
    60 g PB (chunky's the best!)
    210 g skim milk

    ..mix whey, oats, and PB together in large bowl. Once it's all at an even consistency, add milk and mix. Resulting batch should be very thick. Them lump it all out on a wax sheet of paper, divide into 3 even parts (3 bars) and stick in fridge overnight. Once it cools down it gets hard, and next morning you'll have 3 delicious protein bars! (srs, I prefer this to any store-bought protein bar.. however, it does depend on the taste of the protein you're using)
  

  
 

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