She puts the egg in an ice cube tray: brilliant trick to try

 


Hey girls, have you ever thought about freezing eggs to avoid wastage? I discovered this tip recently and it has changed my cooking! The other day, while baking a cake, I ended up with too many eggs.

Rather than let them go to waste, I tried freezing them. And what a surprise!

Ingredients
Whole eggs:

Calories: approximately 70 per egg
Protein: approximately 6g
Fats: 5g (including 1.6g saturated fat)< a i=3>Cholesterol: 186mgVitamin D, B12, and AIron and ZincEgg whites:< /span>Rich in riboflavin and seleniumCholesterol: 0mgFats: 0gProtein: approximately 4gCalories: approximately 17 per egg whiteEgg yolks :

Calories: approximately 55 per egg yolk
Protein: approximately 2.7g
Fats: 4.5g (including 1.6g of fat saturated)
Cholesterol: 186mg
Rich in vitamins A, D, E, and B12, as well as iron and choline
Vitamin D
Benefits:
 Vitamin D is crucial for healthy bones and the immune system.
It helps the body absorbs calcium and plays a role in regulating mood.
Amounts in an egg: An average egg provides about 10% of the RDA of vitamin D.Vitamin B12 a> An egg contains approximately 5% of the RDA of vitamin A.Quantities in a egg:properly.also helps the heart, lungs, kidneys and other organs function Important for vision, the immune system and reproduction. ItBenefits:Vitamin A It is rare to have excess vitamin B12 because the body excretes the excess, but it can sometimes lead to allergic reactions or complications in people with certain illnesses.Overconsumption: An egg provides approximately 9% of the RDA for vitamin B12.Quantities in an egg: Essential for the production of DNA and red blood cells, B12 also plays a role in the functioning of the nervous system.Benefits:
Overconsumption: Excess vitamin D can lead to hypercalcemia, causing health problems such as fatigue, bone pain, and kidney problems.Overconsumption: Excess vitamin A can lead to toxic symptoms

such as headaches, nausea, dizziness, and in in extreme cases, can cause liver damage.

Fer

Benefits: Iron is essential for the transport of oxygen in the blood and for the production of red blood cells.
Quantities in a egg: An egg provides approximately 6% of the RDA of iron.
Overconsumption: Too much iron can cause symptoms like abdominal pain, fatigue, and in severe cases, can damage vital organs.

Zinc

Benefits: Zinc is crucial for the immune system, wound healing and
DNA synthesis.
Quantities in an egg: An egg provides approximately 5% of the RDA for zinc.
Overconsumption: Too much zinc can cause side effects such as nausea, vomiting, loss of appetite, abdominal pain, headaches and altered taste.

It is important to note that although eggs are an important source of these nutrients, they should be consumed as part of a balanced diet to avoid deficiencies or excesses.

Additionally, the effects of consuming too many eggs or vitamins vary from person to person depending on their overall health and diet.

Step 1: Preparing Whole Eggs

Action: Lightly whisk the whole eggs.
Tip: Avoid whisking too vigorously so as not to incorporate too much air.
This can affect texture when defrosting.
Putting into containers: Pour the mixture into freezer-safe containers.
Tip: Use ice cube trays for individual portions. Once
frozen, transfer the egg cubes to an airtight freezer bag.
This makes it easier to portion them out later.

Conservation

Duration: Eggs prepared in this way can be stored in the
freezer for up to one year.
Labeling: Remember to label the container with the freezing date

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