I <3 Eggs: 13 Recipes to Blow Your Mind

Eggs

 

Wow, just wow. I am a breakfast whore. There, I said it. I love breakfast. I have been eating it since…(a lady never tells her age), ever single day. For me, it’s not possible to skip. It kick starts my day, helps me avoid office pastries, and late night snacking too! So I am sharing this amazing blog post with y’all to help you share in my love for anything breakfast. (We’ll start with breakfast…I promise to provide pancake recipes too)

And while I love my daily Shakeology because I am always running out the door, I still buy eggs and egg whites! Thank God! Because eggs are so good for you. One large egg has just 77 calories, 5 grams of fat, and 6 grams of protein. The yolks contain important B-vitamins, omega-3s, and all 9 essential amino acids. Egg whites are an excellent source of lean protein. Eating only the whites removes all of the fat and cholesterol, however, you miss out on all of the other nutritional benefits. So, even if you’re limiting fat in your diet, make sure you eat the whole egg once in a while.

Egg White Breakfast Burrito
This burrito is loaded with egg whites, turkey bacon (yes, bacon!), and bell peppers to create a grab-and-go, high-protein breakfast. Get the recipe.

Healthy egg white breakfast burrito recipe with bell peppers and turkey bacon.

Herbed Poached Egg Whites on Wheat
A sprinkle of chopped tarragon takes basic egg-whites to a new level of flavor. Don’t be intimidated by poaching eggs, it’s easier than you think! This light breakfast contains only 157 calories. Get the recipe.

Herbed Poached egg whites on sprouted grain toast breakfast recipe.

 

Egg White Omelet with Mushrooms, Tomato, and Cheddar
Power-up your morning with this protein-packed egg white omelet stuffed with mushrooms and chopped tomato. Mix it up by substituting your favorite veggies, like spinach and bell peppers. Get the recipe.

Healthy egg white omelet recipe with mushrooms, tomato, and cheddar cheese.

 

Egg White Scramble with Chicken
This satisfying scramble starts your day with plenty of protein, and it’s a great way to use leftover chicken! Get the recipe.

High-protein egg white scramble with chicken breakfast recipe.

 

Spinach Omelet with Gouda
Try something a little different with this spinach and corn omelet sprinkled with flavorful smoked gouda cheese. Get the recipe.

Egg white omelet with Spinach corn and gouda cheese breakfast recipe.

 

Frittata with Swiss Chard, Tomatoes, and Parmesan
This colorful frittata is easy to make and tastes great for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Swap out chard for spinach or kale if you prefer. Tastes great warm or cold! Get the recipe.

 

Huevos Rancheros
This Mexican egg dish makes a perfect weekend breakfast. In a hurry? Swap in prepared tomato salsa. Get the recipe.

 

Hummus Filled Eggs
For a filling, protein-packed snack, try hummus with your eggs. Chopped kalamata olives and smoked paprika make these taste like no deviled eggs we’ve ever had. Get the recipe.

Recipe for hummus filled deviled eggs, a high-protein snack.

 

Poached Eggs with Asparagus
The classic pairing of steamed asparagus and poached eggs makes a tasty breakfast or brunch, but we like it as a complete, healthy meal any time of day. Get the recipe.

Healthy recipe for steamed asparagus and poached eggs

 

Poached Eggs with Greens and Brown Rice
This versatile recipe can be a savory breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Give it a try, and this delicious rice bowl might become a favorite go-to meal. Get the recipe.

Healthy rice bowl recipe with brown rice, spinach, bok choy, and poached eggs

 

Salad Niçoise
We gave this classic French salad a healthy makeover! It makes a filling lunch or dinner and has only 291 calories per serving. Get the recipe.

Healthy Nicoise salad recipe with tuna, eggs, green beans, tomatoes, and potatoes.

 

Easy Fried Rice
Can something with “fried” in the name be good for you? We made it possible with this lighter version made with brown rice, eggs, chicken and vegetables. Get the recipe.

Easy fried rice recipe with chicken, eggs, and vegetables.

 

Pumpkin Coconut Custards
Step into fall with these pumpkin custards made with cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg, and a touch of coconut extract. Get the recipe.

Healthy recipe for pumpkin and coconut custard like creme brûlée.

 

Which one are you going to make this weekend? I want them all!! 

 

 

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