You may hard boil eggs on special occasions like Easter.🐣 But having hard boiled eggs in your fridge on the regular is a great idea. Here’s why…
Not only are they a convenient source of satisfying protein, the YOLK contains
important nutrients like:
✨immune boosting zinc & selenium
✨bone building vitamin D
✨brain optimizing choline
✨eye enhancing lutein
Isn’t the yolk bad for my heart?
No! According to a 2020 scientific report from the American Heart Association, whole eggs can be part of a heart-healthy diet. Eat the yolks, that’s where most of the nutrients are!
How many eggs can I eat a day?
One a day, or two if you are mostly a plant-based eater & don’t eat much other animal protein.
MY FAVORITE WAY TO HARD BOIL EGGS
1. Bring a pot of water to boil. Once the water’s boiling, gently add eggs into the water. Boil for 7 minutes for a softer yolk (or up to 10 minutes if you like your yolk totally hard cooked).
2. Transfer eggs to a bowl of ice water. Let eggs sit in the water until the shells are cool. Then peel & eat or refrigerate for up to a week.
GENIUS WAY TO PEEL A HARD BOILED EGG
Put a hard boiled egg in a mason jar & fill a quarter of the way w/ water. Put the lid on, shake gently for about 15 seconds, and you’ve got yourself a perfectly PEELED hard boiled egg. 😍
HARD BOILED EGGS 6 WAYS
1. ON AVOCADO TOAST
egg + whole grain toast + spinach + avocado
2. QUICK LUNCH BOX
egg + whole grain crackers + veggie sticks + nut butter
3. HEALTHY RAMEN BOWL
egg + brown rice noodles + greens/mushrooms + bone broth
4. CHOP IN SALAD
egg + your favorite green salad
5. SNACK W/ APPLE
egg + apple slices = balanced snack
6. HUMMUS EGG SALAD
egg + hummus instead of mayo!
👉BONUS!!! 10 FLAVORFUL HARD BOILED EGG TOPPERS
4. everything seasoning
5. hot sauce
6. grainy mustard
10. smoked salmon
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