2 eggs =
calories, lots of
protein ( 6 grams),
a little fat ( 5 grams
fat/1.5 g saturated)
and a single gram
Most of an egg’s
goodness is in
That’s enough to keep you
feeling full from one meal to
the next. Two eggs also deliver
all of your recommended dai-
ly vitamin B12 and a good
part of your daily intake of
vitamins A, D and E, ribofla-
vin and folate.
3 simple ways
to mix up your scrambled eggs:
1) add a dollop of fiery Sriracha
sauce before cooking
2) add a hearty spoonful of grainy
Eggs 4 ever
Dijon mustard before cooking
3) top with a spoonful of yogurt
and chopped green onions
You can enjoy
eggs from the
time you cut
your first tooth
to when you’re
“long in the
What to have for dinner?
It takes about 7 minutes
to cook many eggs from start to finish.
That’s way faster than ordering
delivery. For perfect eggs every
time, see the Egg Timer App at
a chicken lays
in a little less
than 10 days.
is the perfect size for a family of
four and comes together quickly.
Bonus: you can eat this any time
of the day, warm or cool.
Preheat oven to 400°F (200°C). In a
large, ovenproof skillet, toss 3 diced
potatoes and 1 diced red, orange or green
pepper with 2 tsp ( 10 ml) oil and a sprinkle
of pepper. Roast for 20 to 30 minutes,
or until potatoes start turning golden.
Meanwhile, whisk together 6 eggs and
stir in 4 oz. (114 g) crumbled soft goat
cheese. Pour over the vegetables and
return pan to the oven for 15 minutes,
or until set. Serve warm, in wedges,
with a tossed salad and steamed
vegetables. You can also cool and
refrigerate for up to two days and serve
cold, cut into squares or triangles.