Kellogg’s All Bran Wheat Flakes with EAS Whey Protein

These days I have been waking up at 5am in a bid to boost my productivity; however problem with waking up so early is, I generally start feeling very hungry, before proper breakfast is cooked and served in our house (usually 10:30am). While I have my protein shake in the morning, that is usually not enough to keep me satisfied for 5 and a half hours and I begin to eat biscuits or bread with cheese spread, which isn’t all that healthy and just adds useless calories.


Kellogg’s All Bran Wheat Flakes

So when I visited grocery store yesterday, I decided to buy flakes for breakfast, only problem was, majority of the corn flakes were pretty high in calorie. So I decided to skip those and buy Kellogg’s All Bran Wheat Flakes, which are pretty high in fiber and seemed like a healthier alternative.

I decided to club Kellogg’s All Bran Wheat Flakes with EAS 100% Whey and 8oz (around 240ml) of Mother Dairy Toned Milk to make a well-rounded breakfast for myself, which you can easily make as well.


Kellogg’s All Bran Wheat Flakes: 30gm
EAS 100% Whey Protein Powder: 2 scoops (39gm)
Mother Dairy Toned Milk: 8oz (240ml)

How to prepare

1. Mix cold or room temperature milk with EAS 100% Whey Protein Powder (I use Healthkart shaker for this).
2. Pour 30gm Kellogg’s All Bran Wheat Flakes in microwave bowl and then pour your protein shake in it.
3. Put it in microwave for around 2 minutes (1:30 minutes if milk isn’t cold)
4. Take it out and stir it slightly, before eating.

Nutritional Value

Calories: 392
Protein: 37gm
Carbs: 43gm
Fat: 10gm
Fiber: 5gm
Sugar: 8gm

Depending on your taste, you may wish to increase or decrease milk quantity to ensure that sweetness is just right. Alternatively you can add dates or raisins to help boost amount of carbs/sweetness, without resorting to adding processed sugar. You can also use double toned or skim milk to reduce calories, though I wouldn’t recommend it, since double toned and skim milk ends up robbing you of good fat, which ought to be present in your diet.


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