1.Greek Yogurt and Peanut Butter (31g per meal)

Greek Yogurt: 23g of protein per 8 oz serving
Peanut Butter: 8g of protein per 2 tbsp serving
A healthy substitute for carb-filled ice cream, greek yogurt with peanut butter is the
ultimate dessert when you want to hit your protein but also want something sweet.
Try mixing the two together and freezing for a frozen yogurt protein pop!

2. Pork Chops (Boneless) and Green Peas (33g per meal)

Pork Chops: 26g of protein per 3 oz pork chops
Green Peas: 7g of protein per 1 cup green peas
Tired of your usual chicken and rice for dinner? Switch things up with this higher
protein alternative combo. Not only does it taste delicious, pork contains higher
levels of potassium than most other meats.

3. Turkey Breast and Quinoa (32g per meal)

Turkey Breast: 24g of protein per 3 oz
Quinoa: 8g of protein per 1 cup serving
Another great alternative to chicken, turkey breast has the highest level of Vitamin
B-12 per serving compared to other meats. Combine with quinoa to get your daily
dose of fiber and whole grains.

4. Chicken-Cheese Omelette 28g)

Chicken: 12g of protein per 1.5 oz chicken
Cheese: 8g of protein per 1 oz swiss cheese 8g
Egg: 8g of protein per 2 eggs
If you’re in the mood for a greasy serving of Tex Mex, a chicken-cheese omelette is a versatile
substitute with infinite add-ons. High in protein and low in carbs, this easy breakfast or lunch
choice can be totally transformed with veggies, hot sauce, and spices!

5. Steel Cut Oats and Whey Protein Isolate (28g protein)

Steel Cut Oats: 7g of protein per 45g of oatsWhey Protein Isolate: 21g of protein per 29g of protein powder
This 2 ingredient meal is short to make and sweet to eat, packing in 29 grams of
protein per serving. Great for breakfast or a pre-workout snack, protein oats are a
classic combo that doesn’t get old. Depending on the flavor of your protein powder,
add toppings like fruit, nuts, or spices to add even more taste.

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