Create a week of cheap, easy, protein-rich breakfasts in less than an hour

Create a week of cheap, easy, protein-rich breakfasts in less than an hour

High protein wooden table with silver trays so easy to make.

If you’re looking to eat healthier, one of the best things you can do to achieve this is to make eating healthier easy.

Like stupid easy.

It’s very easy to think about.

One way to achieve this is to prepare your meals in advance so you know exactly what’s in them, and even when you’re short on time, you don’t fall behind on any unhealthy options available or they become expensive, no – good-for-you fast food. When it’s time to eat, simply take your prepared meal out of the fridge or freezer.

You know, meal prep.

One ready-made meal I’ve been enjoying lately is high-protein breakfast bread. I got the idea from a guy named Johnny Haddack on Instagram who offers easy and affordable meal prep recipes for people looking to lose weight or eat better.

This breakfast bread takes about 15 minutes to prepare. The thing that takes the most time is chopping vegetables. Baking time is about 35 minutes.

When you’re done, you’ll have six delicious, high-protein, low-carb mini breakfast dishes that will leave your tummy feeling full and full, but without a lot of calories.

Just look at the overall details of each bread:

  • protein: 50 grams
  • Carbohydrates: 12 grams
  • fat: 22 grams
  • Total calories: 452

Each bagel costs $3.50.

You’d pay about $13 for a similar breakfast bagel from a company that sells ready-to-eat meals online. I know, because I’ve bought them before.

So these babies are delicious, healthy and cost effective.

Here’s how to make it.


  • 6 eggs
  • 24 ounces of egg whites
  • 24 ounces of low-fat cheese
  • 12 ounces light cheddar cheese
  • 6 pre-cooked chicken sausages (you can buy them pre-cooked)
  • 1 onion
  • 3 bell peppers
  • Salt and Pepper

Preheat the oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit

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Diced onions and sweet peppers

A super easy bowl of chopped vegetables on the table.

This is what will take most of your time.

Place six cooking pots on the table

Five aluminum foil trays containing super-easy, high-protein breakfast breads, neatly arranged on a wooden table.

We’ll outfit it as if it were on a Henry Ford Model-T assembly line.

I used aluminum meal prep pans that you can buy at most grocery stores. I recommend doing the same thing when trying this for the first time. If you decide to make this a regular thing, you can buy some pyrex pans. It will save you money, and you will be able to reheat your bread in the microwave directly in the dish.

Spray each pan with cooking spray

Someone holding a can of super easy spray paint.

Crack one egg into each pan

A set of aluminum trays rich in protein with eggs, very easy to prepare breakfast baked goods.

Add 1/2 cup of egg whites to each pan

This super easy breakfast bread recipe involves someone pouring a protein-rich liquid into a bowl of eggs.

Add 1/2 cup of low-fat cheese to each pan

Someone effortlessly scoops cottage cheese into a pan while preparing a super easy, high-protein breakfast bread.

If cottage cheese makes you squeamish, don’t worry, you won’t taste it. But it gives the bread more protein and some bulk.

Add 1 chopped sausage to each skillet

Super easy breakfast bread to put on the table.

I used Al Fresco Sweet Apple Chicken Sausage. Why? Because it was the only cooked chicken sausage available at my local Walmart neighborhood market. You can use any type of pre-cooked meat you want to use: bacon, ham, ground beef, or whatever. I used chicken sausage because it is lower in fat and higher in protein.

Add 1/4 cup of mild cheddar cheese to each skillet

Super easy high protein breakfast bread served in four aluminum pans.

Add a handful of vegetables to each pan

Super easy lunch boxes to have on the table.

Sprinkle salt and pepper, and mix the ingredients together

You can also add other seasonings to taste, such as old bay. You know I love me in Old Bay!

Wooden table.

Bake it in the oven for 35 minutes

Bam! Protein-rich breakfasts for a week

High protein wooden table with silver trays so easy to make.

If you bake them in aluminum pans, simply place them on a plate to reheat in the microwave. ~90 seconds should do the trick.

These actually taste really cold.

I like to hit mine with some kind of hot sauce before eating it.


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