Kris Gethin’s 10 Minute “Muscle Mush” Bulking Breakfast
It’s no secret. Breakfast is the most important meal of the day.
Whether you’re looking to cut or bulk, you’ve got to feed your body the nutrients it needs to take on the day and build lean muscle mass.
With that said, what constitutes a good, balanced breakfast?
Who is there better to have inform us on the subject than Kaged Muscle CEO and the Master of Transformations himself, Kris Gethin?
Check out Kris’s favorite muscle building breakfast that he consumes during his off-season, as well as get some tips on how to convert it into the perfect breakfast during your fat burning cuts!
This Muscle Mush is a breakfast that Kris enjoys every morning and adapts it when he needs to during his cutting season.
Here’s what you’ll need:
- 1 cup of oats
- 1 cup of egg whites
- 3 whole eggs
- Cooking spray
- Chopped nuts
- Sugar free maple syrup
Here’s how you cook it:
- Kris begins by measuring out about a cup of oats and pours them into a bowl.
- Then, he pours in a cup of egg whites directly on top of the uncooked oats.
- Kris then cracks the three whole eggs into the bowl and begins to whisk all three ingredients together, combining them in the bowl.
- Kris sprays the pan with cooking spray to ensure the contents of the recipe don’t stick to the pan and turns the heat of the stove top on high to begin to cook.
- Kris puts the cooked oats and eggs onto a plate and tops them with fruits and berries, cutting them into bite-sized pieces.
- Next, Kris adds some chopped walnuts to his plate.
- Finally, Kris tops the dish off with some sugar-free syrup and enjoys.
Related: Complete Database of Macro-Friendly M&S Recipes
Notes from Kris’s Recipe
This Muscle Mush recipe is full of plenty antioxidants, good fats, and complex carbs. The micronutrients and macronutrients will set your body up for an energy fueled day.
When Kris is dieting down, he doesn’t add in the fruit or whole eggs to this recipe. While fruit contains natural sugars, they still add additional calories that you’ve got to burn. When Kris does eat fruit, he generally steers towards berries more than anything else, for the antioxidants.
The pineapples add some great digestive enzymes to help break the Muscle Mush down and absorb the nutrients from the recipe.
Kris has B-type blood, so he chooses walnuts when adding nuts to a recipe. However, you’re free to add whatever kind of nut you prefer to your Muscle Mush.
Kris’s last tip is to eat this recipe, and any recipe for that matter, with a smaller spoon (teaspoon) so that you don’t “woof it down”. It’ll help you slow down your eating habits so you can enjoy the many flavors of this delicious meal.