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Eggs are a staple in the diet of most college students, as they fit the need of quick and cheap meals.
After a while, scrambled or fried eggs may get a little boring though, especially after eating them multiple times a week!
Don’t worry though, there are endless ways to prepare this great source of protein and your favorite staple food.
These are perfect to grab in the morning when you are running late for class. Make them on Sunday night and be prepared with some delicious and nutritious treats all week.
You can get creative and add a variety of meat, vegetables or toppings to this recipe to customize it.
Sounds fancy and complicated, right? Omelets are actually very easy and quick to make.
Ingredients can be customized to treat your taste buds to a variety of flavors. Top with salsa or hot sauce to add a little more spice.
Try the western omelet recipe below for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
Hard Boiled Eggs
These are easy to make and can be eaten by themselves or used in a variety of dishes. Grab one for a quick breakfast or snack, or cut one up and put it on your salad for some added protein.
Hard boiled eggs can be used to make deviled eggs or egg salad sandwiches, which are easy to make and will give you a break from your typical sandwich.
How to Hard Boil an Egg
Egg Salad Sandwich
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