Upcycle Your Easter Eggs
Posted Apr 08, 2020 in Food + Nutrition, The Healthy Kitchen
The Easter Bunny isn’t the only one that should be enjoying eggs this time of year!
An egg is one of the least expensive and nutritious foods you can pick out at a grocery store. They are a source of high quality protein, providing 7 grams in just one egg. In addition to protein, eggs contain thirteen essential vitamins and minerals we need in our diets daily all jammed pack into just 70 calories per egg!
Reliable research studies have proven time and time again that eggs have a positive impact on cardiometabolic health and are safe to consume in a regular diet. That being said, here are a few easy ways to revamp your easter eggs outside of just using them plain as snacks.
Revamp Your Easter Eggs
- Traditional Egg Salad Sandwich
- Avocado Egg Salad Lettuce Wraps
- Potato Salad
- Cobb Salad
- Deviled Eggs
- Scotch Eggs
- Ramen Bowl
- Crumble into tiny pieces and mix in with oatmeal
- Add to a smoothie
- Mix the yolk into any homemade pureed babyfood