Sorghum isn't as common of a household grain as something like rice or quinoa, but this whole grain is packed full of protein
This grain is not only protein-rich (almost 10 grams per cup), but it's high in fiber and nutrients like iron, calcium, and potassium.
Known as the "traditional grain of Egypt," Kamut Khorasan wheat (also just called Kamut) is an ancient whole grain
This gluten-free grain is technically a seed but is still classified as a whole grain, and in a one-cup serving.
Speaking of quinoa, this complete protein source is a versatile and affordable way to get in some extra protein at any meal.
This grain comes from the seeds of an aquatic plant that grows in certain lakes in rivers in Canada
Rounding out our list of high-protein grains is farro—an ancient grain that has its origins in Rome.