Bananas have protein, but not much. (I googled it, it's one gram per medium sized banana.)
If you're willing to eat eggs or dairy with your breakfast, those are the easiest (as in most typical) ways to increase your protein. Eggs check out at almost 7 grams per egg, Milk has about 3g per glass. You can look up values for things like yogurt and cheese if you like.
If you'd rather stay vegan, then soy milk is pretty close to the same amount of protein as regular milk. Almond milk is pretty good too, rice milk has much less. Nuts and seeds contain decent amounts of protein usually, if you can work them in. Many cereals have relatively large amounts of protein (I've seen up to 7 or 8 grams per serving), usually boosted by whey (milk) or soy ingredients. But the grains in cereals or breads also have some themselves, as does your oatmeal.
Finally, a number of fruits and vegetables -- like bananas -- contain small amounts, and this could theoretically add up over the course of a day depending what you eat.
Edit: Finally, if, as it sounds like, your main motivation in wanting to add protein is to keep you full longer, then seriously consider also adding *fat*.
Edited by: RENATARUNS at: 6/24/2013 (20:14)
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