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Halloween Breakfast: Hard Boiled Spider Eggs!

Oct 31, 2017
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Begin the holidays with high protein and low carbs, this means the most important meal of the day should include eggs. While you might cringe at certain festive days of the year like Halloween, due to its tempting sweet treats. Rest assured, you can start the day with a simple, healthy protein breakfast.

Why Get Your Egg On!

If you are a vegan, there are vegan eggs out there for you too. However, for those of us who enjoy eating our eggs, the hard-boiled kind packs a mighty healthy punch. In fact, just one large hard-boiled egg contains 6.5 grams of protein and vitamin D for strong bones.

But that’s not all, although eggs get a bad rap for having cholesterol; they also contain choline. Choline[1] is important for memory and helps to reduce inflammation in the brain, which might lead to Alzheimer’s[2] disease.

Halloween Hard Boiled Spider Eggs!

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Halloween Breakfast: Hard Boiled Spider Eggs!
 
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Spider Eggs Recipe Note: Amount of eggs you make varies on how many people are eating and how many eggs each person can eat.
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Recipe type: High Protein
Cuisine: American
Ingredients
  • Large Eggs (4-6)
  • Black Olives (10)
Instructions
  1. First, boil eggs and then peel the shell off once cooled.
  2. Then cut each egg in half and decorate with black olives to make them festive Halloween breakfast treats!

Don’t Skimp Out On Egg Yolk!

You can choose to eat your egg however you’d like. Some people like to eat just the egg-whites and throw away the yolk due to the cholesterol and fat. While egg-whites are super healthy for you, you are missing out choline benefits. Just one yolk contains 115 mg of choline! Choline benefits not only our memory but also helps with our metabolism and reduces chances of getting fatty liver disease. Yolk is a great source, but breast milk equally contains choline which helps promote early growth and development.

So if you’re a fearless egg lover, don’t be afraid to eat it whole. While egg-whites are super healthy, egg yolks bring surprising health benefits.

Have A Spooktacular

Halloween Breakfast: Hard Boiled Spider Eggs!

 

 

 

[1] http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/07315724.2000.10718976

[2] http://www.life-enhancement.com/magazine/article/1004-alzheimers-patients-benefit-from-cdp-choline

 

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