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5 protein-packed meals the whole family will love

Getting your daily intake of protein can be challenging at times. According to Australian Dietary Guidelines your ideal plate should feature at least 50 per cent veggies, 20-25 per cent protein and 20-25 per cent carbohydrate.

Protein consumption is important to help the body function, develop and grow properly so it’s vital you ensure your family is getting the right amount at meal times.

To make your life easier, we have hand picked five protein packed recipes that are not only easy to make but full of nourishing ingredients.

All these recipes and many more can be found in the Good For You Foodbook which you can download or provide your opinion and receive your very own print version.

Egg muffins three ways

This make ahead and freeze recipe is perfect for lunch-boxes and has three different versions for varying tastes. You can also make them for breakfast to keep you powering on until lunchtime.

Chia Wraps with Pomegranate and Moroccan Chicken

Enjoy a protein-rich lunch or light dinner with this scrumptious wrap recipe. With lean chicken, feta and hummus you’ll get your protein-fix with this delicious combo.

Egg Buddha Bowl

Featuring quinoa, eggs and heaps of veggies, this nourishing bowl is a great dinner or lunch idea and full of protein.

Chicken Scotch Eggs

This healthy twist on the traditional scotch egg is not only delicious but lighter on the waistline. The perfect lunch box staple or light dinner the whole family will love.

Avocado and Salmon Poke Bowl

This fresh light recipe is packed full of protein and good fats and is a great lunchbox idea or quick and easy dinner for everyone to devour.


This feature contains a mix of content from myfoodbook third party content partners and our own opinions.


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