Mass Gaining Diet: Try This High Protein Breakfast

Hey, Hey, what’s up guys? Troy here with
I’m going to prepare for you guess one of my favorite muscle building breakfast. This
has 70 grams of protein, about 40 grams of slow digesting carbohydrates, it’s really
high in Omega-3s and it’s also an really easy solution to those dry left over chicken breasts. What I’m going to show you guys here is – I’ve
had these chicken breasts from about 2 days ago and you know how they get dry and kind
of gross after a while, so what I’ll do is the next morning I usually prepare them in
a high protein omelet sort of meal. What I’m going to do here is I got a skillet – low-medium,
I’ve been cooking with coconut oil recently, its got a lot of health benefits. It also
helps you burn fat. If you guys are looking to trying to shred and lose a little bit of
body fat I recommend you cooking with coconut oil versus olive oil or canola oil. I also
have some asparagus and broccoli. I’m going to make this a really healthy breakfast, throw
on some antioxidants. Throw on a little bit of asparagus here, some broccoli and take
a handful of this chicken here – this is going to add about 40 grams of protein from the
chicken, equivalent to one large chicken breast. Throw some seasoning. What you’re going to
do first is – you’re going to let the chicken and vegetables cook; it’s going to take about,
I’d say, between five and ten minutes. So you want to let
those cook. I’m going to see you guys back here in a few. Alright, we are back in the kitchen here.
As you can see we got the vegetables and the chicken seared nice and we’re going to pour
the liquid egg whites on top. This stuff is pure protein. If you guys want to do whole
eggs that’s fine, when you’re cooking something like this it’s just super convenient just
to use liquid egg whites. So this entire container has 100 grams of protein so I’m going to pour
about, equivalent to, between like 30 and 40 grams of protein. Just coat everything
with egg white. While this is cooking – this will cook very fast, probably will be done
in about three or four minutes. Another component to the breakfast, especially if you guys are
working-out in the morning, is I’ll microwave a cup of old-fashioned oats; just pure whole-grain
oats, and I’ll add some cinnamon. Cinnamon is a natural antioxidant – really healthy
for you. Also, I’ll put in two tablespoons of this flaxseed and chia seed. What this
does is that it’s really high in Omega-3s and it’s just really high in natural antioxidants,
high in fiber, and it’s really just going to help you boost your
overall health. So between the 70 grams of protein in the skillet – you have the vegetables,
you have the slow digesting carbohydrates, and you also have your omegas and the really
healthy flaxseeds and chia seeds as well as your cinnamon. So you have a complete breakfast.
It’s going to help you guys increase your overall health, build muscle, energize for
the day, get ready for your workout later in the day and I mean if you guys have this
breakfast four to five times a week you will be golden. You guys will be muscle building
machines; you’re going to be high energy and you’ll be ready to go for the day. So I’ll
see you guys back here in a few minutes when everything is done cooking. Alright guys, I’m done cooking up the high
protein breakfast. As you can see, it kind of turns into this high protein scrambler
– we got our egg whites, we got our grilled chicken, we have our broccoli and asparagus
– you got 70 grams of protein, you have antioxidants from the vegetables, you have healthy fats
from the coconut oil. I didn’t make the oatmeal, it’s actually lunch time for me right now,
if you guys don’t know how to use a microwave I’m sure you can YouTube it. If you don’t
know how to use a microwave, I actually feel really sorry for you. So you just zap it for
2 minutes towards the end of your cooking up the egg white scrambler and you add in
your cinnamon and your flaxseeds and chia seeds and you have a complete breakfast. Another
thing I did is I added a little bit of this fresh chili paste, it’s similar to Siracha,
just to add a little bit of flavor without all the added sugar. Just because you guys
are naturally skinny doesn’t mean you want to spike your insulin so stay away from a
lot of added sugar during breakfast. This breakfast has zero sugar, it’s all complex
carbohydrates, it’s all really fast, good digesting sources of protein and some healthy
fats. The only carbs are coming from the oatmeal and the vegetables and that’s not going to
spike your insulin too much. So a perfect muscle building breakfast. If you guys are looking for more great tips
on how to bulk up and gain muscle mass, check out See you there guys!

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