6 Quick High-Protein Breakfasts You Can Make in 60 Seconds or Less

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Most high-protein breakfasts take a hot second to make. As nice as it would be to have an omelet in 60 seconds or less, that isn't how long it takes to make breakfast. Unless you're using one of these recipes, that is.

Some of the most delicious high-protein breakfasts just so happen to come together very quickly. Fruit- and veggie-filled smoothies, fluffy scrambles, or melt-in-your-mouth sandwich—you only need to devote about a minute of your time. That doesn't just give you a chance to actually sit down and enjoy your meal, but it also leaves your mornings open for other pre-work activities, too. (Yoga sesh, anyone?)

If you're in need of some quick high-protein breakfasts to try, these options are a great place to start.

6 quick high-protein breakfasts to try

1. Get the recipe: Powder-free protein shake

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Shakes are one of the best quick high-protein breakfasts. This one really ramps up the protein you need through hemp seeds, chia seeds, and nut butter—no protein powder needed.

2. Get the recipe: Make-ahead breakfast scrambles

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By prepping these breakfast scrambles in jars ahead of time, you'll have a protein-filled breakfast you only need to heat up in the microwave for a minute before it's ready to enjoy.

3. Get the recipe: High-protein avocado toast

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Give your avocado toast a high-protein makeover by spreading lentils over your bread before smearing on the avocados. You can also add things like seeds and sprouts to up the protein content even more. (Psst—this is a great high-fiber breakfast too, if you're looking to up your intake and prevent protein deficiency symptoms.)

4. Get the recipe: Veggie breakfast sandwich

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If you make your eggs ahead of time, all you need to do is quickly assemble this protein-loaded sandwich that you can eat at home or take on the go.

5. Get the recipe: Chocolate peanut butter oatmeal

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Okay, okay—this oatmeal has to cook in the microwave for a few minutes, but it only takes 60 seconds to prepare. It gets a protein boost thanks to almond milk, protein powder, and peanut butter.

6. Get the recipe: Rainbow protein smoothie bowl

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Making this smoothie bowl is super easy. Just combine all your ingredients in a blender—including protein powder—and pour it into a bowl. Then, top it with other protein-filled staples, like sunflower seeds and chia seeds.

Don't even have 60 seconds to make breakfast? Try one of these protein bars instead:

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