21 High-Protein Breakfasts That Barely Take Any Time to Prepare

Having enough protein in your diet is essential, whether you're looking to boost your metabolism, stay energized, lose weight, or simply maintain a balanced diet that boosts muscle growth. There's nothing like starting the day off with a protein-rich breakfast that'll keep you satisfied and feeling strong as you get your day going, but that's definitely easier said than done on busy mornings! These 21 healthy meals prove you can still get your protein in during hectic days; they all contain at least 10 grams of protein and take well under 10 minutes to prep.

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