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February 21, 2018

According to WebMD, "Eggs contain the highest biological value (or gold standard) for protein. One egg has only 75 calories but 7 grams of high-quality protein, 5 grams of fat, and 1.6 grams of saturated fat, along with iron, vitamins, minerals, and carotenoids."


Eggs also have a highly satisfying source of protein that leave you feeling full and content. Not only are they easy to eat, eggs are adaptable to any meal and inexpensive. Additionally, manufacturers and chicken farmers are now taking steps to enhance eggs' nutritional properties, increasing an entire industry devoted to improving the dietary quality of the egg.


Whether you prefer designer (free-range) or generic eggs, they are vastly versatile. Used for thousands of recipes, eggs just simply can't be beat (no pun intended). 


In honor of Easter, we celebrate the value and nutrition of eggs. Read more for some of our fave recipes!


Mom's Egg Salad Recipe


Leftover eggs? No problem. Make this simple egg salad. Put it on a sandwich or toast. You can spruce it up with lettuce, tomato, peppers and pickles, or simply scoop it in your fave salad.


Kale-Chorizo Frittata


3 ingredients we absolutely can't get enough of (besides avocado!)


Kale, a powerhouse green and flavorful chorizo make this frittata a complete, nutritious, low-carb meal. 



Bacon-Jalapeno Deviled Eggs (Um yes, this is a thing)


We honestly didn't make this up, we found it on Pinterest, and whipped it up one day to see if it sounded as good as it tasted. And yeah, our instincts were right and everyone else who loves eggies said the same. 



Hoppy Easter!






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