March 20, 2024

Shelley from Santosha Health Coaching is sharing her favourite high protein breakfast recipes with us. 

 Shelley says most of us are undereating protein, we need at least 1g for every kg of body weight, which means aiming for around 30g at breakfast. Protein helps to build and repair your body's tissues, it's an energy source and is crucial for good health. Eating protein rich foods like meat, seafood, eggs, dairy, tofu, legumes, nuts and seeds helps to keep you fuller for longer and maintain a healthy weight.


1/2 frozen banana

1 cup mixed berries

1 tbsp chia seeds

1 cup Sanitarium High Protein Almond Milk

1 scoop Nothing Naughty salted caramel protein powder


2 tablespoons Te Atatu Toasted Paleo Muesli,

2 tablespoons blueberries,

1 tablespoon shredded coconut,

1 tablespoon peanut butter.


Place the banana, berries, chia seeds and protein milk in a blender and blitz, pour into a bowl. Sprinkle the toppings on top - enjoy!

Serves 1           44g Protein  685 calories