Dr Oz: Bread Replacement Recipe + Use For Hard-Boiled Eggs


Dr Oz: Ways To Eat Eggs

Dr Oz was having fun sharing 99 ways to use items like wine or sugar and salt, as well as 99 tricks for looking better in jeans and saving on health items. He also wanted to share 99 ways to cook an egg. To help him, he welcomed Rocco DiSpirito.

Rocco said he’s Italian and they definitely don’t use eggs only for breakfast. Rocco kicked it off by sharing that you can actually use eggs as a replacement for bread. He said he does it for his gluten-free clients and it’s actually really easy to make. It’s a healthy, high-protein bread replacement that you can use anywhere you would usually use bread!


Dr Oz: Use Hard-Boiled Eggs To Make Scotch Eggs

Dr Oz: Bread Replacement Recipe + Use For Hard-Boiled Eggs

Rocco DiSpirito was excited to share some of his new ways to use eggs with Dr Oz, including a Bread Replacement Recipe. (wcowperthwaite / flickr)

Rocco then explained that you can also use eggs in another high-protein dish by adding hard-boiled eggs to the middle of ground turkey patties and creating meatball-like shapes. Typically, it’s called a Scotch egg! They contain 30-40 grams of protein and the ground turkey makes it a pretty healthy recipe! You can either bake or fry the balls depending on how healthy you want the dish to be.

Speaking of another common breakfast food, did you know there are a ton of great unconventional uses for coffee grounds? Check them out here!


Dr Oz: Egg Bread Replacement Recipe Ingredients

  •  3 1/2 oz Greek yogurt
  • 1 tsp baking powder
  • 1 pinch salt
  • 2 eggs

Dr Oz: Egg Bread Replacement Recipe Directions

  1. Preheat oven to 300 degrees & grease a baking sheet
  2. Separate egg white from yolks & place in two separate bowls
  3. Whip the egg whites
  4. Add Greek yogurt to the egg yolks & mix
  5. Combine the egg whites & yolk mixture, then add salt & baking powder
  6. Form into patties on the baking sheet
  7. Add toppings of choice (poppy, sesame, or sunflower seeds)
  8. Bake for 25 minutes until golden brown
  9. Enjoy!

Dr Oz shared the rest of his 99 ways to eat eggs on his website.


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