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Incredible eggs

From Sound Dietitians, a partner of the Verdant Health Commission. View the complete blog post and recipes from Sound Dietitians at www.sounddietitians.com/sd-blog/incredible-eggs.

 

Eggs can be a great source of protein for growing kiddos! Eggs can also be tons of fun to cook and bake with.
Eggs in a basket
​Get young children involved in the kitchen with simple tasks like cracking eggs, beating yolks and whites with a fork, or peeling hard-boiled eggs. Older kids can gain skills working with a heat source to cook eggs or may enjoy learning about the more complex scientific functions of eggs in a combination recipe, like angel food cake! Whether your child is 6 or 16, you can find a task for all skill levels when working with eggs.

 

The recipes include:

  • Getting Started with Easy-to-Peel Hard-Boiled Eggs
  • English Muffin Mini Egg Pizzas
  • Muffin Tin Mini Frittatas
  • Sweet Potato Fritters

View the rest of the blog post from Holly, a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist with Sound Dietitians, and the recipes listed above on the Sound Dietitians blog: www.sounddietitians.com/sd-blog/incredible-eggs