Having a bowl of oatmeal for breakfast? Its 5 or 6 grams of protein barely makes a dent in your daily protein target (50 grams, according to food labels).

Welcome, Bob’s Red Mill Protein Oats. A (48-gram) serving delivers 9 or 10 grams of protein. That’s about what you’d get in Kodiak Protein Classic Rolled Oats, which have added pea and whey protein.

But instead of adding protein powder, Bob tinkers with the oats themselves. Whether regular or organic, Bob’s Protein Oats are a special oat variety that’s bred to be higher in protein.

The taste? Just like regular rolled oats. Ditto for the hefty dose of fiber (5 or 6 grams). Not too shabby for 190 calories per serving.

If you’re gluten-free, get out the bowl! So are Bob’s protein oats. (Oats can be contaminated with gluten-containing grains in fields or during processing, so always check the label.)

Want to tack on even more plant protein? Cook your oats in “original” (low in sugar) flavors of soy or pea protein milk (5 grams of protein and 70 calories in 2/3 cup).

Or top your oats with peanut butter (4 grams of protein and 100 calories per tablespoon) or hemp seeds (6 grams and 120 calories in 2 tablespoons).

Add some fruit, and your animal-free, protein-packed breakfast is waiting.

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