Placing the egg in an ice cube tray: a clever trick to explore!


Placing the egg in an ice cube tray: a clever trick to explore!

Hello ladies, have you ever considered freezing eggs to prevent waste? I stumbled upon this technique recently, and it has revolutionized my cooking! The other day, while baking a cake, I found myself with an excess of eggs. Instead of letting them go to waste, I decided to freeze them. The results were astonishing!


Whole eggs:

Calories: Approximately 70 per egg
Protein: Approximately 6g
Fats: 5g (including 1.6g saturated fat)
Cholesterol: 186mg
Rich in Vitamin D, B12, AIron, and Zinc
Egg whites:

Rich in riboflavin and selenium
Cholesterol: 0mg
Fats: 0g
Protein: Approximately 4g
Calories: Approximately 17 per egg white
Egg yolks:

Calories: Approximately 55 per egg yolk
Protein: Approximately 2.7g
Fats: 4.5g (including 1.6g of saturated fat)
Cholesterol: 186mg
Rich in vitamins A, D, E, B12, iron, and choline

Vitamin D: Crucial for healthy bones and the immune system. Helps in calcium absorption and mood regulation.
Vitamin B12: Important for the heart, lungs, kidneys, vision, immune system, and reproduction.
Vitamin A: Essential for DNA and red blood cell production, and the nervous system’s functioning.
Iron: Essential for oxygen transport and red blood cell production.
Zinc: Crucial for the immune system, wound healing, and DNA synthesis.

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