4 Healthy Egg Dishes to Make

Eggs are very healthy additions to your diet if you are on the mission to lose weight. Most times people get tired of eating eggs for breakfast and they skip these highly nutritious food for others non healthy foods. There are many, healthy and fun egg recipes to make that you will enjoy. All you have to do is research or learn and practice this recipes, making breakfast something to look forward to. Eggs are not always a breakfast meal, as they can be eaten for lunch or dinner. But here are 4 easy recipes on how to enjoy your egg dishes more. Here we go.

1. Tex-mex scrambled eggs

Heat in a small skillet a teaspoon of canola oil. Then add corn tortilla to skillet and fry until crisp, after which you bring out and keep aside. Then dice. In the same pan, saute 1/8 jalapeno pepper, tomato, ¼ red and green pepper, seeded and diced, garlic powder and salt to taste.   Whisk in a bowl 2 eggs and vegetable of your choice and stir in.  Top with a spoon of shredded cheddar and a tablespoon chopped cilantro.

2. Egg in a Ring

In a nonstick skillet, heat a teaspoon of canola oil over medium heat. Put some pepper ring, either red or yellow in the skillet crack and an egg gently  mix and allow to cook until it turns white and firm, after a minute or 2 flip and cook about 2 minutes again. Then serve with avocado, thinly sliced with whole wheat toast.

3. Creamy vanilla breakfast pudding

This delicious egg pudding is prepared by making a cereal rice package as instructed on the package, omitting the salt. In another bowl, whisk an egg, add 2 tablespoons of cooked cereal and whisk slowly the egg mixture into pan of cooked cereal. Then add ¼ teaspoon vanilla extract, ¼ teaspoon of cinnamon, and 1 teaspoon sugar and simmer. This should be for about 2 minutes or more. After which you can add chopped fruits like peach, apple or a banana. This is like the fancy version of an oatmeal dish.

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4. Easy, cheesy baked egg

Mix a teaspoon of whole milk, ¼ teaspoon butter and 1 teaspoon grated Parmesan in a small ramekin, then broil for 1 or 2 minutes on high heat. Break an egg into a ramekin, top with tomato, then broil until set. This should take 7 to 10 minutes. Allow it to cool or rest well, then sprinkle a teaspoon of chopped chives and serve with 1 toasted whole grain English muffin.

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