Eat after a hard workout Egg Salad Deviled Eggs Put them in a salad
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266 4/24/11 7:29 P
I hate them, too - they're disgusting.
But I eat them often. I make a sandwich spread by blending them with seasonings (lots of them - usually italian seasoning is my direction) to make a paste and then I finely dice onion, tomato and bok choy and mix it in.
4/21/11 9:48 A
Egg Salad, or chopped up and put in a garden/chef salad.
Slice and put on Turkey burgers! (Red Robin chain does a fried egg burger - do mine at home with turkey and egg white)
Finely chop and put into a pasta and tomato sauce dish.
You can always dye blown eggs....use a heavy needle or similar tool to poke holes in each end of the egg...has to be sharp to stop the whole egg from cracking. The hole should be about the width of a small straw, like those that come with a juice box.
Then, blow the raw egg out through the hole. Scramble, or keep it for baking etc.
The eggs will float in the dye solution, but the upside is you can actually save them and display them for years, keep them as mementos of holidays for your kids (They can get a little smelly if not totally dried before storing...but I have some I've kept wrapped in paper towels for about 15 years now, still beautiful :)
Do your children eat them? If so let them eat up. If not, give them away.
Fitness Minutes: (765)
2 4/18/11 5:12 P
I assume you don't like egg salad either? Because that's a good way to 'disguise' hard boiled eggs and you don't have to make it with a ton of fatty mayonnaise. I bet there are some great recipes on sparkpeople. Or if you have a dog I bet your dog would love them as a treat. Good luck!
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