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Well Rounded Protein Breakfast

Friday, March 23, 2012

256 Calorie Breakfast

I've been lifting weights more so have been conscious about protein. It can be hard to make low calorie - high protein meals but this one came out pretty tasty:

60 grams Mango 39 cal
100 grams Strawberries 30 cal
9 Almonds 62 cal
1/2 C Fat free cottage cheese 70 cal
1 T smuckers sugar free jam (mixed into the cottage cheese) 10 cal
1 slice Sara Lee whole wheat toast 45
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  • v RYDERB
    I should know better than to read your blogs before bed. emoticon But at least I'll have something new to try for breakfast tomorrow.
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    1561 days ago
  • v KIMCOLLINGS
    Walkingred, that is a great idea! I like variety. I'll have to try that for lunch. I especially love a good mustard...I'm a mustard fiend! I found an onion mustard that is soooooooo good. Let me know if you have a favorite.
    1561 days ago
  • v WALKINGRED
    That looks beautiful and nutritious! I was just reading an article about lunches for one, and they suggested making a platter of bites- a couple pieces of meat or cheese, a few nuts, a piece of fruit, and a nice piece of bread with good mustard... I like the same idea for breakfast- not everyday is an oatmeal day!
    1561 days ago
  • v STEF52209
    Mmmm...I need to get some cottage cheese. I keep forgetting. It is a great protein source!
    1561 days ago
  • v KIMCOLLINGS
    I've actually stayed fairly full so far which is amazing. I'm always hungry!!!
    1561 days ago
  • v KEEP_GOING247
    Thanks for the idea for tomorrow's breakfast! Looks soooo yummy!
    1561 days ago
  • v SAMBIDEXTROUS
    I'm on my way over right now!!

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    1561 days ago
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