I have been eating lots of fruit, hummus (or peanut butter) and gf crackers, or nuts for breakfast, and nothing's really enough to keep me going (plus I often end up with hypoglycemia), so I was hoping for some higher protein breakfast ideas, either as a meal, or things I can snack constantly. I also sometimes have leftovers from the previous night, but that's not always an option, and sometimes I don't want leftover roasted veggies (or a cup full of nuts) for breakfast. On the weekends, I've made pancakes, or sometimes hashbrowns, and they're delicious, but I need much more protein!
To complicate matters, I can't stand for very long periods of time, so I can't do anything too labor-intensive in the kitchen.
Also, I feel like such a selfish American that all I can think of for breakfast involves stuff like muffins, pancakes, scrambles, and some kind of "meaty thing." (And I kind of think it's because I'm only remembering the things I can't eat right now, rather than thinking clearly and open-mindedly, which is much easier to do when I'm not starved for nourishment.) What else is out there for breakfast besides veganizing the standard american diet?