How to Hard Boil Eggs

Let’s talk about snacks. Snacks are great, right? Right. The only thing better than a snack is a healthy snack that packs a bunch of nutrients. That’s why hard-boiled eggs make an amazing snack. Maybe you’re used to eggs at breakfast, or eggs in a sandwich, and you’re used to a slightly messier meal. But, have you ever considered how portable an egg can be? They’re like nature’s protein bar! I know the idea of carrying around an egg seems odd, but when you hard boil eggs they make the perfect morning/afternoon snack. Also, it fits easily in a lunch bag, sandwich bag or small container.

1. Health With Benefits

What’s the big deal with eggs? They are the staple of breakfast sandwiches everywhere, but why. Simply put, eggs give you the most nutritional bang for your buck – roughly $2 to $4 per dozen! In terms of nutrients, eggs contain vitamin A, vitamins B5, B6, B12, B2, vitamin E, vitamin K, phosphorus, selenium, folate, calcium, and zinc. On average, one egg contains 75 calories, 5 grams of good fats, and 6 grams of protein. If you can get your hands on some omega-enriched eggs, you’ll be in even better shape, as omegas are really great for our cells.

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