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EXOTEC Posts: 3,153
1/16/13 11:18 P

Designer Whey - and probably several other manufacturers - make an unflavored whey protein powder that might work for you. I read a recipe somewhere for using it in cooking (I can't remember what, now), so I suppose it would be workable in your breakfast.

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1/16/13 10:48 P

You said eggs don't sit well with you in the morning, but what about egg whites? Some people put egg whites into their oatmeal to make a custard-y kind of thing. They also make powdered egg whites. Those might work for your oatmeal.

BIPPSY Posts: 59
1/16/13 10:37 P

I eat the same thing for breakfast almost every day: Pour boiling water over a cup of old fashioned rolled oats, let sit for 5 min, then top with walnuts and raisins. I don't add sugar. I'm going to start using frozen berries instead of raisins. I really need more protein in the morning, but I don't want to give up my oatmeal, and eggs don't sit well with me in the morning. Someone suggested adding protein powder to the oatmeal, but there are so many options out there, and I have no idea how to evaluate them. I don't want to add sugar or chemical sweeteners to my breakfast, and I don't want "chocolate" or weirdly flavored oatmeal. Does anyone know of a protein powder that fits the bill and where I could find it?

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