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10 Ways to Serve Eggs

Do you need to mix up the way you serve eggs?  Maybe you are getting tired of the same old recipe?  I’m sharing 10 Ways to Serve Eggs to help you get out of the rut!

10 Ways to Serve Eggs

One thing that I have really struggled with is getting a protein-packed breakfast, it’s necessary though because I go to the gym every single morning.  That means that I need the protein to help me power through the workout.  Of course, I do have a protein shake afterwards but eggs are also a great source of protein before the workout.  The only problem is, I’m not really a plain egg person.  I just can’t handle eggs plain!  I like some flavor to them, do you?

I thought today, I’d share 10 Ways to Serve Eggs, meaning different methods of making them, recipes, and additions.  I’ve found on of my favorites is simply a quick, low calorie egg salad.  I eat that for lunch and breakfast both sometimes too.  I typically will only use one yolk, so it’s mostly egg whites, but I enjoy it and I’m sure you will too!

Breakfast has always been a struggle because honestly I just love some oatmeal in the mornings.  I’ve started to serve my oatmeal with some peanut butter powder in it for additional protein and also with a side of eggs too.  I’ve actually found that I can eat more than I thought with watching my calories but the key is eating more better for you foods, not just bowls of cereal.  Darn!

10 Ways to Serve Eggs:

Cheesy Baked Eggs

Hamburger Stuffed Omelet

Kale Egg Salad

Breakfast Pizza Cups

Sweet Kale Egg Cups

Eggs in a Basket

Chicken & Waffle Egg Sandwich

Cheesy Egg Hash

Poached Egg Wrap

Bacon Stuffed Omelet

What types of ways do you like to serve eggs?  Maybe on top of a salad?  Or on a breakfast hash?  I’d love to hear them!

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