Akoori - Scrambled Eggs Indian-Style

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Nutrients per serving:

Calories: 195

Fat: 13g

Saturated Fat: 3g

Trans Fat: 0g

Sodium: 285mg

Carbohydrate: 8g

Fibre: 1g

Sugars 3g

Protein: 13g

Make this dish your weekend brunch staple. Serve hot out of the pan over slices of buttered, toasted baguette. 

Garlic Roasted Asparagus and Eggs

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Sometimes vegetables are just better roasted, but topped with an egg makes them pure heaven. Try making your asaparagus roasted, tossed with some garlic 'chips' for a bit of extra flavour, and then set a fried or poached egg on top. The rich yolk coats the veggies like a sauce. You can have these with toast to sop up the goodness, but they are just as good without. Bacon might be a nice salty touch, though.

The trick with roasting this asparagus is using thinner stalks and watching carefully. This way they cook fairly quickly and the garlic doesn't have time to burn. If you set the garlic on top of the asparagus when roasting, that also helps to keep it from becoming too browned on the pan.

Tender asparagus is perfect topped with an egg

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Eggs are Safe for Pregnant Women and Babies

Reassurance given to vulnerable groups on egg consumption in UK.

Pregnant women and new mothers no longer need to take cautious approach with eggs.

Release Date: 2014-11-06

UK health experts are telling women not to avoid eggs when pregnant, nor to delay giving them to their babies.

Guacamole and Egg on Toast

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Many people love mashed avocado on toast; the buttery richness of avocado goes nicely with a good bread. You can add a little spice or keep it relatively plain, but why not add an egg? These two were made to go together. The creamy yolk mixed with the avocado and crunchy toast make for a delicious and protein packed breakfast.

Like most egg dishes, this is quick, versatile, and relatively inexpensive to make. Whip some up for lunch or dinner with a side salad and you have a full meal. Eggs and avocado are both full of nutritional punch to keep you going!

The chipolte chili powder listed in the recipe can be hard to find and is entirely optional, but if you have some on hand it's hard to beat  the smoky, spicy kick it adds to the dish. Use whatever chili powder you have on hand, and if you want heat sprinkle in a tiny bit of cayenne. This dish is entirely customizable-add bacon if you wish, or top the egg with a bit more veggies. The hardest part about making it is trying not to eat both yourself.

Avocado and egg make the perfect pair on a piece of whole grain toast

Southwest Breakfast Burritos

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I love breakfasts like these wraps that can be made the night before, then heated briefly in the morning and eaten on the run. Full of filling sausage, eggs and beans, they are the perfect thing to fuel a morning at a hockey rink, a day at school, or anytime that you need something to carry you through the morning on to a busy day. What I love most about these is that the beans stretch the eggs out a bit, adding a lot of flavour and texture. You can use a different kind of sausage if you wish, but a spicy chorizo works really well here. Change up the cheese to pepper Jack for a little extra kick, too!

Making these ahead is a super option if you're really busy, too. Just store the filling separately in the fridge and gently re-heat in the microwave before filling and rolling the tortillas. You can also wrap the warm tortillas in foil and then take with you in the car if you need to.


Spicy sausage, beans, eggs, and cheese wrapped in a flour tortilla

Bacon and Mushroom Eggs on Toast

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This knife and fork sandwich could be breakfast, but also makes a wonderful light dinner when you're pressed for time and the fall wind is howling outside your door. Meaty, rich mushrooms with crispy bits of bacon are delicious by themselves on toast, but adding an egg takes things to a whole new level.

There are all kinds of mushrooms you can try for this dish; I especially like crimini mushrooms, but white button ones work really well too. To clean them, just give your mushrooms a gentle wipe with damp paper towel before you slice them up. This is the kind of dish you can free style a little; try adding fresh thyme instead of parsley, or crumbled sausage instead of bacon. Add a splash of white wine instead of the balsamic or a bit of hot sauce, even! The point is, enjoy. These are very tasty with some homemade hashbrowns or a green salad to round them out into an inexpensive, light meal that can be pulled together in a flash.

Browned mushrooms and crisp bacon take this sandwich over the top.

Cloud Eggs on Ciabatta

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If you're looking for a new and different way to serve eggs, this one is as easy as it is creative. Whipping egg whites up into light and fluffy cloud to set a creamy egg yolk on with a bit of cheese makes for a interesting way to present breakfast! You can eat the eggs on their own, place them on toast, or make them into a sandwich like I did. Perched on some chewy ciabatta bread with a bit of spicy salami, this is a knife and fork sandwich that makes a great breakfast! Serve with breakfast potatoes and fruit salad on the side for a complete breakfast.

Fluffy and creamy, these eggs are like eating clouds.

Naan Breakfast Pizzas

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Tired of your usual morning toast? Pizza pitas are the way to go. This way you can have a hot egg breakfast in no time as it cooks atop your toast! The best thing about these great pizzas is that you can customize them any way you wish. Feel free to use any kind of vegetable you wish, or top with cooked and crumbled bacon, switch up the cheeses, and more! Try them for dinner and add roasted chicken, pepperoni, or whatever you have hanging around your fridge.

 A hearty breakfast in a flash under your broiler.

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