The Best Breakfast

Well, Well, Well! Here we are being forced to lock it all down and stay put for a while. I’m not complaining, just stating facts. We will be at home looking at each other for a little longer, and I couldn’t be more content.

Let me tell you why!

I am a homebody by nature, so staying still isn’t a problem for me. I can keep busy and enjoy a slow pace for once.

Plus, I love spending time with my crew. I feel like I blinked, and my oldest was a senior in high school, and my baby boy was a sophomore. So I am taking this time to soak in all their love and time. Because before I know it, our baby of the bunch will be the only one home with us.

So with this extra time that we have, I am choosing to cook things that I usually wouldn’t. On a typical morning, my kids get up and heat up pancakes, waffles, or pancakes that I make on Sunday nights.  I make enough of each item to last until Friday.

When I make pancakes and waffles, I put tons of protein in my batter, or I will buy “Kodiak Protein Cakes.” But I have to wait for those to hit a great sale because typically they are $4 a box.

And that box does not go a long way!

Without further ado, here is my new go-to breakfast.

Items You need

  • 2 Cups Kodiak protein cakes
  • 4 Eggs
  • 1 Cup Butter
  • 1/2 Cup Sugar
  • 1 Cup Milk


  1. In a large mixing bowl add 2 cups of double chocolate or peanut butter mix
  2. Crack 4 eggs in a bowl and scramble well 
  3. Add eggs and milk to the protein mix
  4. Place the butter into the microwave until slightly melted and then pour it into the mixture.
  5. Grease your loaf pan and add mixture.
  6. Cook on 350 degrees for 25-30 minutes

If you don’t have Kodiak protein cake then use whatever pancake mix you have. Then add 4 scoops of your own protein powder and proceed with the remaining ingredients.

Also, feel free to add walnuts, blueberries, pecans, or chocolate chips. There is a variety of options that can be done to keep this breakfast bread fresh and exciting.

Peanut Butter Protein Bread
Double chip breakfast bread

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11 Replies to “The Best Breakfast”

  1. I love your light and easy attitude (not that you can’t be the baddest bitch in the room!) it is helpful during these times.
    Also the recipe look delicious- I won’t be making it, but I will talk my partner into doing it for us! 😉

    1. Thank you! My 20’s were for stressing I ain’t got time for that shit in my 40’s LOL. Yes push the work off onnyour partner. I wish mine could cook and give me a break.

      1. My man didn’t cook at first actually. I was catering weddings when we met, so I was out till late nights. He learned how to cook so I had hot food to come home to at 3 Am 🤩

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