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Making it stretch: a variety of eggs

When you're living on a budget eggs are a staple to keep on hand.

You can use eggs to make desserts, noodles, sandwiches or use the in a burrito. (After having tacos for dinner, the extra tortilla shells can be used to make the burrito.)

Scrambled eggs are an easy way to get protein on your plate.

Make an omelet by adding a little flavor to a scrambled egg with peppers, onions, mushrooms or cheese.

My son likes having a poached egg with his ramen noodles.

Hard boiled eggs are a good snack too!

Put your eggs in a empty pot, add water then put it on the stove and bring your water to a boil. The eggs will nearly float when they're done (if they're not too crowded). It's usually about 8-10 minutes.

Before you peel the shell, place the eggs in an ice bath. It makes the process much simpler .

You can turn hard boiled eggs into deviled eggs. (Admittedly a recipe I haven't mastered yet.)

Fried egg sandwiches are a favorite in my household. The sandwich can be put on a biscuit or toast.

Mixing eggs into a ground beef mixture helps retain the shape of burgers and meatloaves.

Eggs are the main ingredient in making egg noodles, which only require a few common kitchen items, flour, salt, eggs, and water. (We'll dive into that recipie later, with a post of it's own.)

Enjoy and get creative in the kitchen!

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