Perfectly Poached Eggs in Your Microwave…

...and 13 MORE Incredible Edible EGG Tricks!

Perfectly Poached Eggs in Your Microwave

Yeah, so I am not so excited about how you can balance an egg on its end but I guess it’s a good trick for entertaining the grandkids… although I have visions of their trying to do it when Nana isn’t watching and my cleaning up a mess… BUT if you fast forward to the 1:50 mark you’re going to find an amazingly easy way to poach eggs! 

See how EASY???  I hope you took the time to watch the whole video because there are MORE great hacks all through it! Since we low-carbers tend to eat a lot of eggs I knew you’d like really like HouseholdHacker’s great egg hack video!  

You’ll find lots of ways to use those poached eggs in this recipe roundup! And you CAN enjoy that poached egg, like in the image above, on toast! Read my review on the best way you can accomplish that and stay low carb! REALLY low carb! Or just jump to the chase and read all about all the flavors you can order on our Skinny On Low Carb Products page! That’s where you will find all certified low-carb products that will help you stay on track day in and day out as you lose the weight and get into the best shape of your life!

As always I love hearing from you so let me know in your comment below which hack you liked best in the video! In the meantime if you liked this week’s kitchen hack please give it a thumbs up and share it with all your friends!

Have a great weekend and ciao for now!
~Marge

Ciao for NOW! ~Marge Burkell


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