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    GREAT BREAKFAST with lots of protein

    Anyone looking for a healthy breakfast try this.....
    Plain 100% oatmeal...add your water and microwave like normal
    add some almond milk (you can find this at walmart)
    one scoop of protein mix from GNC (I like vanilla) gives you 20g of protein
    1 packet of truvia sweetner
    add your favorite fruit....I used blueberrys
    top with a little cinnammon

    Delish...plus good way to start your day with fiber and protein. I attached the protein powder that I use, but you can use any type of powder

    Let me know what you think.

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    redroc2 - I totally agree we you on that breakfast. But , have you tried Steel Cut Oats (SCO) ?

    We have a SCO fan club here. Once you've done the steel cut oat thing, it is hard to go back to rolled oats.
    But I do the same thing with a scoop of protein powder and added blueberries.

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    where do you find the SCO?

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    This is mine (a smoothie). High protein, low carbs:

    Small container plain yogurt
    Fresh or frozen berries (raspberry, blueberry, strawberry, etc.), about 1/2 cup
    1/4 cup. pasturized liquid egg (I get mine at Trader Joe's)
    1 packet Truvia sweetener
    4 ice cubes

    Blend at high speed about 1 minute or until ice is complete incorporated.

    I drink this in the car on the way to work in the morning.

    I love steel cut oats, but have to avoid carbs so rarely get it. McCann's is my favorite.


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    Yeah, I've been doing the protein in the oats for a bit now. Loooove it.

    I may just have to try these steel cut style that everyone's talking about.

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