can’t lie. Eggs are something we eat EVERY DAY.
No. We don’t ever get sick of them.
How? Eggs are SO versatile that we can change the flavor so our brain doesn’t catch on that we are eating the “same thing” every day. It’s not your stomach that gets sick of eating eggs, it’s your brain trying to trick you into feeling bored. It’s that same pesky voice inside of you that tricks you into thinking you’ll die if you don’t eat candy/chips/soda NOW.
But guess what? It’s not as hard or boring to do as you think it is!
Here are some ways to add variety to the ever versatile “incredible egg.”
Eggs Prepared Your Way:
Scrambled: If you choose to scramble your eggs, I suggest cracking them into a bowl & beating them with a fork. If you like more fluff, add a little Unsweetened Original Almond Milk < Note: Don’t add Vanilla flavored, unless you’re into vanilla-flavored eggs. > Be sure to add oil to the pan in order to prevent the eggs from sticking. Stir as you cook over medium heat.
Fried: Heat your pan over medium heat, and be sure to add oil to your pan prior to cooking your egg (Fun side note: if you have a fancy non-stick pan you can skip the oil all together and reduce some calories there). The key to fried eggs is knowing how you like your yoke. If you like it runnier, reduce cooking time. If you like a cooked yoke, be sure to cook the egg longer. Note: Cook egg on both sides unless you’re looking for “sunny side up” eggs!
Hard Boiled: There are many different ways to create the perfect hard boiled eggs. I can’t say I’ve found the perfect way to prevent the shell from sticking to the egg when they’re getting peeled. I suggest using older (think a week or two) eggs, as that has seemed to help. Choose from these two recipes to create your perfectly hard-boiled eggs: Recipe 1 -or- Recipe 2.
Here’s a crazy delicious way to use your hard boiled eggs.
If you want to try your hand at blowing off the shell check out this video