Bodybuilder porridge with egg and oats

Bodybuilder porridge or protein porridgeA really filling porridge for a power breakfast inspired by bodybuilders. Some of them cook porridge on the egg white, but then you miss out on all the nutrition in the yolk. Use all of it instead!
Vary the taste by using banana and cinnamon instead of the nectarine. Or add some goji berries.
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Protein bread with plenty of seeds

Protein bread with seedsThis bread is called protein bread because it has a bit of extra protein – egg and quark. Bread usually contains between 7-12 g of protein per 100 g. This bread contains 14 g of protein per 100 g. One bread contain around 21 g of protein. Healthy seeds also give the bread some chewing substance.
The bread is best eaten freshly baked. Since they contain quite a lot of protein they are a good supplement to a meal lacking in protein, such as a vegetable soup.
4 large breads. Cooking time: 25 minutes, including 15 minutes relaxation.
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Molino porridge – graham porridge flavoured with prunes and raisins

Molino graham porridgeMolino porridge is a classic porridge recipe to get slow stomachs in action – the flaxseeds and prunes contribute to this effect. Raisins and prunes give the porridge a sweet flavour, so it’s enough to add some fresh berries and milk. No extra sugar or jam is needed.
The porridge is best eaten fresh, but if you want to make a double load it will keep in the fridge for a day.
Cooking time: Soaking the night before, then 10 minutes.
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