- 03-05-2009, 01:00 AM
- 03-24-2009, 08:19 PM
Try them hard boiled? At costco, I pay $18 for like 6 dozen eggs or something. I boil 30 of them Sunday and have 6 for my breakfast along w/oatmeal & raisans. My Hobbit 2nd breakfast though. 6 whites 1 whole and oatmeal. Yum. I don't get tired of that, I get tired sometimes of chicken. I eat 3 breasts a day and sometimes ketchup is a mirage in the desert to get it all down.
03-25-2009, 06:46 AM
03-25-2009, 09:30 AM
I fry them now. That is the only way I can eat them. Hard boild I would barf up!!! They didn't last too long.
03-25-2009, 01:12 PM
03-26-2009, 02:41 PM
For an awesome breakfast burrito
3 egg whites
4oz or more of your baked and seasoned chicken you already have in fridge
salsa of choice
beat eggs and whites, add in cut up chicken and stir to get seasoning mixed in well
scramble until just before eggs are done
add cheese and salsa to pan and mix
add to your favorite tortilla
when i did a long bulk cycle this was breakfast of champs
but i used 2 eggs and 10 whites every morning plus chicken
cashier looks at you funny when you get 5 18 packs of eggs a week
01-05-2012, 09:03 PM
Scrambled Eggs Calories (With Cheese)
Nutritional Fact on Scrambled Eggs Calories (with cheese)
Using 2 eggs and one fourth cup of any cheese that you think is palatable, a nutritional briefing of the scrambled eggs calories will be discussed. The scrambled eggs calories plus the cheese results to 170, as scrambled eggs calories is 120. The nutrient content of scrambled egg plus cheese is as follows: fiber of 0.02 grams, fat of 17.96 grams, protein of 17.32 grams, cholesterol of 33.3 milligrams, carbohydrates of 1.54 grams, sugars of 1.54 grams and sodium of 589.76 milligrams. So for a person who is not on a diet, you can even eat as much as an egg a day as the scrambled egg calories is not that much and it is one of the most nutrient-rich dishes out there.
Preparing & Cooking
To come across someone who’s never had eggs in their life or never really gave it a try to make eggs at home is quite surprising. Remember that scrambled eggs calories are not that bad as long as you take it in moderation and as long as the food is good. If you don’t know how to make scrambled eggs with cheese yet then this recipe will have you craving for more scrambled eggs calories. Before being plopped into a frying pan, the simply beaten egg can also be used in making an omelet with the same recipe that we will use.
Here are the following ingredients:
½ cup of bacon bits
A tablespoon of olive oil
¼ cup of Parmesan shavings
1 knob of butter (salted)
Two tablespoons of non fat milk
2 teaspoons of chives
½ a cup of button mushrooms
2 crushed garlic cloves
1 teaspoon of chili flakes
1 teaspoon of Italian seasoning
Now, that’s not a bad way to have scrambled eggs calories since most of the ingredients are low in fat and are healthy for the body.
First, in a shallow non-stick pan heated up on a medium flame, you drop a tablespoon of olive oil , another ingredient that lessen the scrambled eggs calories. Add the knob of butter, crushed garlic, bacon bits and our hero of the dish – 2 beaten eggs. Add milk to give it a good fluff after two minutes of tossing the ingredients in the pan. Remember that, the milk is non-fat therefor lessening the scrambled eggs calories. For another 2 minutes, before sprinkling the contents of your pan with chives, chili flakes and Italian seasoning, drop in the button mushrooms and sauté for another 20 seconds. Empty your dish in a nice and large plate then shower with Parmesan shaving and enjoy!
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