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Old 01-30-2013, 03:43 AM   #1
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I hate eggs, but...

I'd really like to add them to my diet. Can anyone share a recipe for making eggs so that they might not taste so egg-y? (eggs that don't taste like eggs...is that a weird request or what?)

I'm thinking cheese and maybe bacon (anything is good with bacon, right?). I guess an omelette?

Other than making scrambled eggs for my kids, I really have no egg experience. I would love a recipe and maybe some tips.

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Old 01-30-2013, 03:57 AM   #2
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Have you thought of scrambling eggs with something unusual? When you wisk them you can add tomato sauce, ketchup, pesto or other sauces. Then cook as usual, they don't really taste like eggs.
Just be careful with the carbs when you use bottled sauces.
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i am of the opinion that when u feel compelled to eat what u don't like...

it becomes a DIET. I eat nothing i do not like on any plan. Life is short. Love & Profits: FLATFERENGHI
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crustless quiche... Have a look in the recipe room or Linda's recipes, there are tons of great egg based recipes that are not 'eggy'...

I hate eggs where the yolk is still soft, but like most other eggs/egg dishes.

Omelettes are great, as you can add whatever takes your fancy to pretty them up!
Scrambled eggs are delicious when you add cream cheese just before they are ready and throw in some chopped chives and smoked salmon strips... MMMMMMM!
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it becomes a DIET. I eat nothing i do not like on any plan. Life is short. Love & Profits: FLATFERENGHI
I agree...however, I am finding that my grocery bill is increasing and I think that adding eggs may help me to manage that just a bit. Plus, I would like to broaden my horizons a bit.

(this is coming from a picky eater who is trying to grow up a bit!)

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crustless quiche... Have a look in the recipe room or Linda's recipes, there are tons of great egg based recipes that are not 'eggy'...

I hate eggs where the yolk is still soft, but like most other eggs/egg dishes.

Omelettes are great, as you can add whatever takes your fancy to pretty them up!
Scrambled eggs are delicious when you add cream cheese just before they are ready and throw in some chopped chives and smoked salmon strips... MMMMMMM!
I will look into a crustless quiche...thanks for the tip!
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hide it in a burger.


hamburger meat. add egg. add some finely chopped onion or whatever.


mash it all together.

patty out, fry up and absolutely delish and you will never know there is an egg in there
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Old 01-30-2013, 06:00 AM   #8
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I'm allergic to the yolk (or is it an intolerance?) so eggs aren't an easy thing to come by for me...egg creams also sound nice but i'm so leary of actually DRINKING the liquid egg white stuff.....

What about protein pancakes? I think it's eggs, cream cheese and protein powder?
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I think it brave and smart of you to try to save money by including eggs.
HOWEVER
If you add a lot of stuff to disguise them you may as well have a nice pc of sirloin or a pork chop.
If you eat something you feel you 'should' you may not be satisfied and that is dangerous.
The only thing I put in my mouth that I don't like is cod liver oil. I tried to like those cream cheese clouds and I didn't. I could ill afford the waste, but I pitched them. Ditto with some bouillon that I discovered had wheat in it.

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Old 01-30-2013, 06:31 AM   #11
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The way I grew up we'd fry them over medium (whites done yolks runny) then mash them up in the plate. Dang that is good.

You might try fried or scrambled and dash a fair amount of seasoning on them. My current favorite is Slap Ya Mama hot.

Usually my eggs are a vehicle for vast amounts of fresh ground black pepper.
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If you aren't freaked out by the idea of consuming raw eggs, try hiding them in a smoothie right at the end. I feel it adds a great textural boost and lightness to whatever I'm blending.
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Linda's sue's "jody's low carb pumpkin bake" (google search it, apparently I'm not allowed to link to things) - its basically like a healthy low carb pumpkin cheesecake.

Mock pancakes = there are multple recipes. The most simple uses 3 oz cream cheese, 2 eggs, and a sprinkle of cinnamon and sweetner. Then fry up as you would a pancake, but use lower eat, because they are delicate. Other recipes include something to make them more sturdy and to mimic flour - almond flour, or crushed pork rinds, or coconut flour, or flax meal.

Do you like quiche? Its bordering more on "eggs"... but I find it very different from scrambled eggs personally. I use cottage cheese to replace the cream called for in most recipes, and it gives it a great cheesecake like texture (and i get more calcium and protein!).

You can also do things like hide an extra egg or two in meatloaf, meatballs, crab cakes, etc. Do a google search for Linda Sue Tuna Muffins or Salmon Muffins (they are like crab cakes, using canned tuna or salmon, with eggs to bind)


PS, if the primary issue here is budget, I highly recommend Linda Sues recipe site for MANY delicious low carb recipes using low cost, every day ingredients. You also may wish to check out several threads on this board about Low carb on a budget. http://www.lowcarbfriends.com/bbs/ma...-included.html

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I like to make an omelette by whisking an egg with a dollop of Fage or Chobani greek yogurt, and sprinkling it with crumbled cooked sausage. The greek yogurt changes the flavor somewhat so it's more of a cheese taste than an egg taste.

If you still want more flavor, grated sharp cheddar cheese & a spoonful of salsa would spark the taste up another notch.
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I disliked eggs until I got backyard chickens! Fresh and organic gives a TOTALLY different taste.
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it becomes a DIET. I eat nothing i do not like on any plan. Life is short. Love & Profits: FLATFERENGHI
I think that's generally true, but I also believe that eggs are an insanely healthy food and I really wanted them to be part of my diet even though I HATED them. I have tried for years to like them and I am finally making some headway.

I haven't done this lately, but one way I used to be able to get them down was as a custardy cream cheese thing. I don't remember exactly how I did it, but I used 2 or 3 eggs, some HWC, some cream cheese, and vanilla, liquid splenda, a dash of salt (I think salt really helps with eggs, plus, you need extra when you're LC'ing), and I mixed it all up good and nuked it for a couple of minutes until it was set. It was pretty yummy, actually, and I'd probably still be eating it if I had a microwave. I may have to try the pancakes discussed above, as they sound similar.

This last round of eating eggs started with egg creams, which are awesome and you can't even tell that there's eggs in there. You can do a search in the recipe section of this forum and find tons of egg cream discussion.

And then scrambled eggs, with plenty of cheese, bacon helps, too. I also really like some sauteed onion with them, or red onion, feta, kalamata olives and diced tomato if you can afford the carbs.

Anyway, I used to HATE eggs, but I would say a couple of days a week I end up having like 8 of them. lol I eat two meals a day normally (sometimes one) and at least one of them is either scrambled eggs or an egg cream.

The next thing to work on is finding a way to love hard boiled eggs. Blech! But I think they'd be so handy.
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The next thing to work on is finding a way to love hard boiled eggs. Blech! But I think they'd be so handy.
Try them at varying levels of done-ness. I far prefer a soft boiled egg to a hard boiled egg.

My fool proof method for boiling them (found it on the internet):

Add eggs to pot.
  1. Add about 1/2 teaspoon of salt.
  2. Add about 1 teaspoon of baking soda.
  3. Add water to cover eggs to 1". (if you put your finger on an egg water will come to about your first knuckle/joint).
  4. Put on stove on one notch down from High.

I set my timer for 10 minutes at that is right when they come to a boil.

Remove from heat (they have just started boiling) and cover.

Set timer for 10 minutes and cool eggs when time is up.

This gives you a perfectly hard boiled egg (not soft boiled) that isn't over cooked.

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Hard boil eggs, rough chop or slice, toss in a skillet with a little butter and cream, cook until lightly thickened, add a lot of fresh pepper and eat with a spoon
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Oh and top with shredded cheese and/or salsa if you like
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I think that's generally true, but I also believe that eggs are an insanely healthy food and I really wanted them to be part of my diet even though I HATED them. I have tried for years to like them and I am finally making some headway.

I haven't done this lately, but one way I used to be able to get them down was as a custardy cream cheese thing. I don't remember exactly how I did it, but I used 2 or 3 eggs, some HWC, some cream cheese, and vanilla, liquid splenda, a dash of salt (I think salt really helps with eggs, plus, you need extra when you're LC'ing), and I mixed it all up good and nuked it for a couple of minutes until it was set. It was pretty yummy, actually, and I'd probably still be eating it if I had a microwave. I may have to try the pancakes discussed above, as they sound similar.

This last round of eating eggs started with egg creams, which are awesome and you can't even tell that there's eggs in there. You can do a search in the recipe section of this forum and find tons of egg cream discussion.

And then scrambled eggs, with plenty of cheese, bacon helps, too. I also really like some sauteed onion with them, or red onion, feta, kalamata olives and diced tomato if you can afford the carbs.

Anyway, I used to HATE eggs, but I would say a couple of days a week I end up having like 8 of them. lol I eat two meals a day normally (sometimes one) and at least one of them is either scrambled eggs or an egg cream.

The next thing to work on is finding a way to love hard boiled eggs. Blech! But I think they'd be so handy.
Thanks for your understanding. I do feel that eggs are healthy and I think they'd be a nice addition to my diet. Adding them would also help me to broaden my food horizons a bit as I move forward.

I am VERY excited to try many of the suggestions listed in this thread. One more question...what type of eggs do you buy? I would love to find someone with chickens and buy eggs from them. However, if purchasing them from the store, what should I be looking for? Currently, I focus on getting eggs that say that they are from free range chickens. Anything else?

Thanks for all of your knowledge and expertise!
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i used to be so bad when it comes to eggs... i would make myself choke them down...
I like the quiche's i just add a bunch of breakfast meats to it and maybe some grilled bell peppers. Now i find it easier to eat eggs with cheese and a side of breakfast meat, but there are some days i just eat a piece of chicken or a hamburger patty for breakfast.
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Have you tried a breakfast tostada?
On parchment, microwave 2 slices of provolone cheese (I prefer the unsmoked for this) until crisp -about 1 minute to 1:15.
Let cool and it will firm up
Meanwhile scramble an egg in a little butter and slice or mash half an avocado

Smear 1/2 the avocado on each slice of cooked cheese, top with the egg then a little salsa
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Have you tried a breakfast tostada?
On parchment, microwave 2 slices of provolone cheese (I prefer the unsmoked for this) until crisp -about 1 minute to 1:15.
Let cool and it will firm up
Meanwhile scramble an egg in a little butter and slice or mash half an avocado

Smear 1/2 the avocado on each slice of cooked cheese, top with the egg then a little salsa
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That sounds Wonderful! I'm going to try that tomorrow.
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Hope you enjoy
I've been known to scramble some chorizo or other sausage with the egg, too
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This is a really good quiche recipe (if I do say so myself! ) and you can adapt the ingredients to your own taste. Even my DH likes it and he's NOT a big egg fan, especially if it tastes "eggy" -

http://www.lowcarbfriends.com/bbs/lo...ss-quiche.html
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Linda's sue's "jody's low carb pumpkin bake" (google search it, apparently I'm not allowed to link to things) - its basically like a healthy low carb pumpkin cheesecake.

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I can't seem to find this low carb recipe. I made it years ago and really liked it.
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Not being so fond of eggs myself, I can relate. The recipe in post #5 this discussion is magical at hiding the egg-y taste of eggs for we NOT-egg lovers. Makes them taste ever so creamy and good: http://www.lowcarbfriends.com/bbs/lo...your-eggs.html
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I second the pumpkin bake. It isn't quite like pumpkin pie, a little less sweet. It makes a good breakfast. I bake it in little glass bowls that I have plastic lids for. Easy and portable.
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Could you point me to the pumpkin bake recipe?
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This German pancake (Dutch Baby) recipe by the Chicken Lady has 6 eggs in it, and it's a breakfast item (usually). I know from my HC days that you can make smaller versions as well. I used a small cast iron skillet for that version. Sprinkle with powdered erythritol and a squeeze of lemon when it's done.


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