Protein: 10 to 20 grams. These no-bake bars, courtesy of Elizabeth Ward, M.S., R.D., pack all the delicious nutty flavors of a bakery breakfast bar, minus the not-so-healthy ingredients. And while good old eggs are awesome, so is variety. For whatever reason, scrambled or hard boiled eggs are the go-to high-protein breakfast for a lot of people. No-Bake Peanut Butter Cereal Bars. Quinoa bowls arenât just for lunch. I personally love eggs, 99% of my mornings start with some form of an egg in my breakfast, however I also know there are a lot of people that donât like them. High-Protein Breakfast #2: Quinoa Breakfast Bowl. Related: 8 High-Protein Snacks Nutritionists Love So it pays to alternate egg dishes with other healthy options, like fiber-packed oatmeal or yogurt with fresh fruit and nuts. Calling all PB-lovers! Since eggs have 5.5g of protein and are packed with healthy fats, minerals and essential vitamins theyâre a protein and vitamin staple in most breakfast options. This recipe from Mike Roussell, Ph.D., author of The Six Pillars of Nutrition, contains 30 grams of high-quality protein.Thatâs the amount he recommends eating at each meal to help build and repair muscles, slowing the natural decline of muscle mass that happens with age.