Protein in golden raisins: 3.4g per 100g
Compared to their regular cousins, golden raisins are dehydrated and tend to be moister and plumper than regular raisins. Naturally fat-free, golden raisins can supply up to five per cent of your daily potassium — a deficiency of which can lead to fatigue, weakness and gut obstructions — as well as up to three per cent of your iron RDA.
All of that, plus a welcome 3.4g of protein per 100g, and you’ll see why raisins are ideal when it comes to sweetening any breakfast. Match winner.