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23 egg recipes

that are low in fat ready in 1 to 4 hours

Eggs have a large number of uses in many types of recipes, both sweet and savory, including baked goods. Eggs on their own can be whipped, fried, hard-boiled, soft-boiled, pickled and deviled (stuffed). Added to cooked or baked goods eggs are indispensable in everyday cooking.


Loaded Veggie Chili



A hearty and savory chili that tastes wonderful with a crusty bread or those old-fashioned bread bowls.

Bean Soup with Ham and Veggies



Bean Soup with Ham and Veggies recipe

Maryland Crab Soup with Loaded Veggies



Maryland Crab Soup with Loaded Veggies recipe

Favourite Eggnog Pie



Favourite Eggnog Pie recipe

Easy Deviled Eggs



Quick and easy cold hors d'ouevre.

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