Breakfast doesn’t have to be difficult.The one thing I ALWAYS teach the Rushe Fitness members is that they shouldn’t stress over food.It’s not worth it in the long run. The question that I get most, ALWAYS involves what to have for breakfast that is high in protein and tastes great.People tend to get bored of eggs, but this is because they usually run out of ways to cook them.Food should follow 3 rules.It should be; TastyVisually pleasingLeave you satisfied after.Why then, do the majority of diets involve the complete opposite and the ones that try and follow the rules above are usually too high in calories?It doesn’t make any sense to me.So, I am going to give you 5 recipes that are really easy to make, are full of flavour and will make you want to use them over and over again.JOIN OUR FITNESS COMMUNITY HERE AND GET ACCESS TO HUNDREDS OF RECIPES LIKE THESE!Overnight oats OVERNIGHT OATSYou can use a Mason jar for full effect and build the ingredients from the bottom up in layers.Ingredients:40g porridge oats100ml almond milk for moisture100g 0% Greek yogurt1tsp ground cinnamonBlueberries to top off the mix.Leave overnight and simply stir together the following morning and serve. Egg MuffinsEGG MUFFINSThis is a staple in all of my programs and my Rushe Fitness members love them.Ingredients;6 Eggs2 rashers Bacon1 small Onion, finely diced1 tsp dried Oregano1 tbsp Olive OilMethod.Preheat oven to 180c (160f), 350f, Gas Mark 4.Line a muffin tin with 4 paper cases.In a bowl whisk the eggs & seasoning together.In a small frying pan, using the olive oil, fry the bacon untilAllow to cool slightly. And chop/crumble the bacon.Add the bacon & onion to the egg mix. Beat well & divide between the 4 muffin cases. Bake in the oven for 10-15 minutes until firm.These savoury muffins can be eaten chilled & taken to work inBLUEBERRY YOGURT SMOOTHIEIngredients:100g Greek Yoghurt50g Blueberries1 scoop Vanilla Protein Powder1 tsp chia seedsAdd all ingredients together in a blender and mix until preferred consistency is reached.Water can be added to thin out the mix if it is too thick.THE RUSHE FITNESS ‘FRY UP’ The standard fry up is death on a plate and can come in at anything from 600 – 1200 calories.This version is high in protein and lower in fat.Ingredients:1 Turkey sausages1 slices of Turkey bacon1 Poached Egg1 TBSP sugar free baked beans1/2 tomato1 Portabello Mushroom Cap1 slimbo.Everything here is grilled, except for the beans and egg.A usual fry up comes in at around,1000 calories in it and 69g of fat, when it is grilled.This version comes in at 306 calories, 8g of fat and 23g of protein, which makes it a better option all around.HIGH PROTEIN PORRIDGE OATS (Proats)Porridge is a favourite in Ireland.People rarely want to give it up when they are starting out on a program, but I like to get a serving of protein at every meal.So, the compromise that we have it to make ‘Proats’.Proats are basically oats with a scoop of protein added in.You can add whatever flavour of protein you like, depending on your preference.It couldn’t be easier to make either.Ingredients;40g oats1 scoop proteinWaterMilk can be added after to thin it out if needed.How you add the protein is dependent on preference also.Some prefer to add it after they make the porridge and stir it in.Some prefer to mix everything together and then make the Proats.Some add the protein to the porridge mix when it is almost cooked.How you do it will depend on how you cook your oats and what is easiest for you.This is really easy and ticks all the boxes for a good breakfast, especially on a training day.These recipes have all come from and been created for my Rushe Fitness, members and it gives a great variety to their breakfasts.Try them all out and let me know what you think of them.#summershapeupIf you would like to join a thriving gym community that will keep you motivated and focused on achieving your results, click the link below to get signed up now. JOIN HERE NOW!DD Fitness: High protein breakfast recipes was last modified: November 25th, 2019 by Emmet RusheShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)
The charm of the Maotha lake situated outside the historic Amber Fort, near here, will be restored with its replenishment with water supplied from Banas river’s Bisalpur dam. The lake, which collects rain water flowing down from the nearby hills, has at present very little water after it remained dried-up for several months.The picturesque lake, which has the “Kesar Kyari” garden in its middle, was the main source of water for the Amber Palace and common people before the erstwhile royal capital was shifted to the newly-built Jaipur city in 18th century.The Water Resources Department’s plan to fill up the lake artificially will improve the ground water recharge, help in the supply of drinking water to the residents of Amber town and provide water to wild animals in the region. This is the second such exercise being undertaken after 2012 to revive traditional water sources and restore environmental balance.Public Health Engineering Department’s Principal Secretary Sandeep Verma said here on Tuesday that the Bisalpur dam in Tonk district, which was full to the brim after an increase in water inflow from its catchment areas during monsoon, was the “natural choice” as source of water for Maotha lake. The dam is currently supplying water to Jaipur, Tonk and Ajmer towns.Mr. Verma said the Maotha lake’s capacity was 300 million litres, which was equivalent to one day’s water supply from Bisalpur to Jaipur. “The water body’s replenishment will increase the water table of local sources by about 5 metres, which will give a major relief to the town’s residents,” he said.‘No adverse impact’ Mr. Verma said there was no possibility of adverse impact by the supply of water to Maotha lake on the availability of drinking water in Jaipur and other towns, for which the Bisalpur dam had emerged as a lifeline during the last decade.