27 Recipes Created by CD5446164
I'm required to eat 1-2 eggs per day (yoke and all). I normally hate eggs (the texture is all wrong) so here are some ways I'm using to make eating eggs a little less bad
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I just got myself a bento box because I always thought it looked like a healthy way to eat. This is a traditional egg dish which has many layers. Fairly easy to make, little sweet, little salty. Can be eaten cold.Submitted by EMPIERCE
This recipe is my take on the waffle sandwich recipe on incredible edible egg.com The base recipe (2waffles +egg +cheese = yum!) and the photo below all belong to the folks at Incredible Edible Egg.Submitted by CD5446164
Not my own recipe, (and I won't pretend that it's truly healthy) but it's something I've always wanted to try...so it may become a once-in-a-while treat.Submitted by CD5446164
The semi soft version of the farmer's cheese works wonders for this recipes and can be easily find in all grocery stores. For this recipe you will need an 8inch/20cm non stick skillet or omelet pan. You can serve them warm or at room temperature. If you want them warm, keep the over preheated at less then 200F.Submitted by MARIUSCOSMOS
I got the basic recipe from when I was doing Suzanne Somers and have adjusted it here and there. It's one of my family's favorites and is great to have as a quick breakfast, lunch or dinner. We make minis for the kids and regular sized ones for us. Great with salsa and lite sour cream.Submitted by RUMBAMEL
I concocted this on a whim for brunch and my hubby and I loved it. We are going to have this for dinner sometime soon.
So many possibilities for this! Use whatever veggies you have in the house. It would be really good with left over chicken, sausage, pork, crab, anything! Different cheeses, veggies... so many ways to take this.
The egg/potato mixture is a great base to season and flavor any way you want. I just guessed on the egg/milk/potato ratio, but, I have no need to try anything else. It is perfect for our taste. This is going to be a regular go-to dish now.
(but we ate it all for brunch with fruit!)Submitted by CD1769149
The way you cook this egg is similar to a fried egg, but it is easier to make and tastes better. It is also less than 100 calories, making it a great and healthy addition to your breakfast.Submitted by LAUCHLANMARIE
My friend Kate's simple, delicious recipe. I was a little scared by the idea of kale at first (it sounded like seaweed to me) but it is so buttery and crispy in this recipe, a perfect flavor and texture combo with the eggs. A fantastic way to get in a vegetable at breakfast! Submitted by THATJULIET