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Use Hard-Boiled Eggs in Quick Recipes

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Do you think that hard-boiled eggs can be boring? These seven easy recipes for hard-boiled eggs will keep your meals exciting, from quick grab-and-go breakfasts to party appetizers to full-on lunches. Pre-cooked hard-boiled eggs can be a lifesaver for busy weekdays. They are delicious with any meal and provide essential nutrients and protein. You can prepare a dozen eggs at the beginning and end of your workweek. They will last for approximately 1 1/2 weeks in their shells or 3-5 days when peeled. Are you still short of time? You can find them in supermarkets pre-cooked alongside the eggs.

1. Jalapeno Popper Eggs

Deviled eggs and bacon-wrapped jalapeno popcorn make an irresistible snack or appetizer. This high-protein, low-carb dish is a great alternative to bringing crudites to your next gathering. These devilish bites are so quick to disappear, don’t be surprised! This recipe makes six servings of deviled eggs at every 2 eggs.

Nutrition per serving with 2% Greek yogurt and reduced-fat cheddar eggs: Calories: 112, Monounsaturated Fat 8g, Saturated Fat 2g, Monounsaturated fat 0g, Cholesterol 172mg, Sodium 246mg, Cholesterol: 226, Sodium 246mg, Carbohydrate 1g, Dietary Fiber 0g Sugar: 1g Protein: 11g.

2. Wraps with Low Carb BLT

Our lettuce wrap version of the BLT is without a bun. It encases savory bacon and is covered in a fresh blanket of lettuce, tomatoes, and other vegetables. These lettuce wraps can be topped with lemon aioli. For more protein and calories, add a hard-boiled egg. This recipe makes two servings of lettuce wraps each.

Nutrition per serving: Calories: 280; Total fat: 16g, Monounsaturated fat: 2g, Saturated Fat 4:1g; Cholesterol 207mg and Sodium 464mg. Carbohydrate 12g. Dietary Fiber 3g. Sugar 7g. Protein 12g.

3. Breakfast Quesadillas – Smashed Avocado, Eggs, and Spinach

Breakfasts for work should be quick, tasty, and filling. But often, we neglect at least one factor due to time constraints. This egg-spinach quesadilla is quick and easy to make. It contains 16g of fiber, 28g of protein and the rich creaminess avocado. This recipe makes two lettuce wraps, each serving.

Nutrition per serving: Calories 384, Total Fat 24g, Saturated Fat 7g, Monounsaturated fat 11g, Cholesterol 210 mg; Sodium 806mg; carbohydrates 24g; Dietary Fiber 16g; Sugar 3g; Protein 28g.

4. Sandwich of Egg Salad with Bacon and Sriracha

Bacon is the best. Everything is better when there’s bacon or Sriracha, including this egg salad sandwich. This spicy and savory masterpiece is easy to make, and it tastes amazing! The recipe yields 4 sandwiches at 1 each.

Nutrition per serving: Calories 326; Total Fat 17g; Saturated fat: 4g, Monounsaturated fat: 7g; Cholesterol : 286mg Sodium : 571mg; Cholesterol : 286mg; Cholesterol : 286mg; Cholesterol : 286mg; Cholesterol; 286mg; Cholesterol : 571mg; Carbohydrate : 25g.

5. Tuna Avocado Egg Salad

This creamy tuna avocado egg mixture from Kim’s Cravings is high in lean protein healthy fats and rolled into whole-grain wraps. It’s o- fishily good for your health. It’s so easy to make this recipe: mix, wrap and enjoy! The recipe makes five servings of one wrap.

Nutrition per serving: Calories 226; Total Fat 8g; Saturated fat 2g. Monounsaturated fat 2g. Cholesterol 101 mg. Sodium 557 mg. Carbohydrate 24g. Dietary Fiber 4g. Sugar 1g. Protein 15g.

6. Buffalo Chicken Cobb Salad and Buffalo Deviled Eggs

This refreshing recipe pairs the tangy, hot taste of wings with salad and deviled egg. The same spicy, bold taste is available without the fat and calories. The best part is that the Buffalo deviled egg recipe only requires three ingredients. This recipe makes four servings.

Calories: 325; Total fat: 20g. Monounsaturated fat: 7g. Cholesterol is 234mg. Sodium: 632mg. Carbohydrate: 10g. Dietary fiber: 6g. Sugar: 4g. Protein: 26g.

7. Egg Salad Burritos

This egg salad packs a Mexican-inspired punch with limes and tomatillos. This burrito can be prepared in just 15 minutes, and it comes with pre-cooked hard-boiled eggs. It takes only three minutes to prepare. This is efficiency at its finest! If you like, spice up your burrito by adding a little cayenne pepper. This recipe makes two burritos.

Nutrition per serving of reduced-fat mayonnaise: Calories: 327; Total fat: 20g, Saturated fat: 4g, Monounsaturated fat: 8g; Cholesterol and Sodium: 447mg. Carbohydrate: 26g. Dietary Fiber: 13g. Sugar: 2g. Protein: 19g

These delicious recipes aside, you can also eat a hard-boiled egg as is for a healthy snack!

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