A LOWFAT BUT PROTEIN PACKED BREAKFAST

  1. A LOWFAT BUT PROTEIN PACKED BREAKFAST


    Just wanted to share with everyone a good lowfat but protein packed breakfast...

    I start with 2 servings of PLAIN greek yogurt... It has to be PLAIN because the other flavors are loaded with sugar... if you buy the right brand of greek yogurt, this will have 200 calories, zero fat and about 36-40 grams of protein

    Next I hard boil 4 large eggs... After the eggs are done cooking cut out the yoke... After the yoke is out, fill each egg white will a spoon of peanut butter... Pop in the microwave for 5 second increments, about 5 times... (Increments so that the eggs don't pop and make a mess)... Then you have the peanut butter a little melted... each egg white cooked has 17 calories each and 3.6 grams of protein...

    Your breakfast now has less than 300 calories and over 50 grams of protein... Its a wonderful and healthy start to the day!


  2. or add protein powder to the greek yogurt with the melted PB and its like eating a cake.

    super awesome

  3. Thanks for sharing man
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  4. That's a waste of good egg yolks.
    M.Ed. Ex Phys


  5. 4 raw eggs, a splash of milk, scoop of whey, half a cup of oats, Greek yogurt, both plain and vanilla and strawberry, and a scoop of pb and some ice cubes is my 500 calorie breakfast shake! It fills up a 32 oz cup easy enough
    True story:

    I give a f**K!!

  6. Quote Originally Posted by waynaferd View Post
    4 raw eggs, a splash of milk, scoop of whey, half a cup of oats, Greek yogurt, both plain and vanilla and strawberry, and a scoop of pb and some ice cubes is my 500 calorie breakfast shake! It fills up a 32 oz cup easy enough
    And whats the Protein content of that beast?

  7. Quote Originally Posted by ssbackwards View Post
    or add protein powder to the greek yogurt with the melted PB and its like eating a cake.

    super awesome
    So whey mixed into greek yogurt and you bake like a cake? Or pan cook like a pancake?
    "The only good is knowledge and the only evil is ignorance." - Socrates

  8. That one I mix up in the blender is around mid 60's for protein...I only use 2 tblsp of plain Greek and one each of the flavored to keep the sugar content down....I think a serving is a cup...

    I was drinking one at night for awhile too, but think it turned out to be a not so good idea LOL ..breakfast its great tho
    True story:

    I give a f**K!!

  9. Quote Originally Posted by ssbackwards View Post
    or add protein powder to the greek yogurt with the melted PB and its like eating a cake.

    super awesome
    definitely sounds good! i usually add a scoop of protein to the yogurt... ive never tried the pb in it but tomorrow morning i know im trying something new!

  10. Quote Originally Posted by AtomicFox View Post
    Thanks for sharing man
    anytime man!

  11. Quote Originally Posted by waynaferd View Post
    That one I mix up in the blender is around mid 60's for protein...I only use 2 tblsp of plain Greek and one each of the flavored to keep the sugar content down....I think a serving is a cup...

    I was drinking one at night for awhile too, but think it turned out to be a not so good idea LOL ..breakfast its great tho
    thats a beast of a drink man... sounds great!

  12. is it just me or is adding 4 spoons of PB to 4 eggs going to make it non low fat and more than 300 calories?
  

  
 

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