Happy Tuesday to you friends!
Back in action with eggs for breakfast again! To compliment my ham & eggs, I served Julian Bakery’s Amazing Sourdough bread on the side. This breakfast was PACKED with protein, 33 grams to be exact and since we’re talking stats 375 calories and only 9 net carbs, all because of that amazing bread.
Fueled and ready to start my day, I got outside and did a 6 mile run. To tell you the truth though, after taking a week and a half off from running, I wasn’t too psyched about going for that run. After about the first mile though, I got back into the swing of things and actually really enjoyed myself out there.
I couldn’t get enough of that bread so for lunch, I made a grilled cheese sandwich. Inside my sandwich went 2 tbsp of light shredded cheese, 1 laughing cow cheese wedge, turkey, artichokes and jalapenos. I also added a few carrots with jalapeno greek yogurt dip to get in some veggies. The sandwich was delicious to say the least.
For dinner we had the best type of leftovers that you can imagine…soup! For some reason, it always tastes better the next day or even a few days later. The hubs & I enjoyed the last bit of my Chili Verde Soup from Saturday night. I’m sad that it’s all gone now but I’ll definitely be making that again, soon.
So, do you remember how last week I bought Eggies? It was on clearance at Walmart. I tried it out last night…and it worked pretty well. Now, I’m not going to lie and say it was as simple as 1, 2, 3 because that just isn’t true. The prep time to make hard boiled eggs using Eggies was about 5 minutes!
First, I had to oil the containers, top and bottom but I couldn’t just spray the containers with cooking oil, nope! According to the directions, “If using cooking spray, spray a paper towel and wipe the inside of each piece” so that’s what I did. I then put the containers together (there’s 4 pieces to each Eggie) and then got crackin’! Once all the eggs were cracked and inside their containers, I screwed each lid securely on top of each Eggie to ensure no leakage. Once that was all done, I placed my Eggies in a pot of warm water, floating per instructions, brought the water to a boil and cooked for 15 minutes.
After cooling, my eggs popped right out! They turned out looking nice and pretty much flawless. The only issue was the time it took since I bought Eggies to try and save time. When I count the prep time and the time to wash all those extra little pieces, it comes out taking pretty much the same time without using the Eggies.
So with all that being said, the next time I use Eggies, will probably be when I plan to make deviled eggs for a party or an event.
Have an Egg-celent day!
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