Eggs are finally getting past the nutritional bad rap they had in the ’80s,
when they were recommended only once a week. With only 70 (per large egg)
calories and 1.5 grams of saturated fat, eggs are an inexpensive and easy-to-store
(compared to fresh meat) source of protein.
We say “yay,” especially since eggs are so marvelously versatile.
Over-easy, scrambled, poached or fried, eggs are the ultimate in real convenience
food. And they have the potential to play a starring role not only at breakfast, but
also at lunch, dinner, and perhaps your next late night get-together.
— Julie Van Rosendaal
our meal deal recipes have been
analyzed by registered dietitians
with ahS nutrition Services.
all recipes meet healthy eating
Photos: Shallon Cunningham, Salt Photography
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