If you’ve been spending a bit more time at home lately (anyone?) you might have started to get bored of the same old recipes from your repertoire.
In times like these, we just want to go back to basics from our local food shops: Bread, milk, TOILET PAPER, flour, fruit and veg, and of course, eggs.
Eggs are such a versatile, budget-friendly staple to keep in the fridge. They’re one of nature’s perfect protein sources.
But far from being breakfast-only fare, they’re actually ideal for anytime of the day. My kids love nothing more than dunking their toast soldiers into a gooey soft-boiled egg, but eggs can do so much more.
So think outside of the box (egg carton?!) and try your hand at some of these too-easy recipes that literally anybody can make at home (with inspiration provided by Australian Eggs).
A lot of these are kid-friendly too, so it’s a good way to keep them occupied (and fed!) during our current indoor-bound times. Enjoy.
Replace your typical protein in your favourite curry with boiled eggs. It’s a great way to enjoy a meat-free meal and save your pennies for hand sanitiser.
There is nothing better than the smell of a sweet loaf fresh out of the oven. Eggs add the richness to baked goods that you just don’t get from other ingredients.
Try this recipe that I prepared with my six year old as part of our home school lesson (maths and science rolled into one delicious project). It’s a one-bowl wonder.