Egg Nest


For EcoSalon this week, I looked at a 1977 recipe from Homemakers and revamped it. I love egg nests! They’re fun, creative, and a feast for both the eyes and the belly. And, they’re fail proof. Please try it out – perfect for brunch!

Egg yolks aren’t all they’re cracked down to be. Inform yourself and make up your own mind, but here’s why they glow:

Egg Yolk: contains 100% of the entire egg’s vitamins K, D, E, and A content as well as more than 90 percent of the thiamin, calcium, iron, zinc, folate, and vitamins B6 and B12. Although it does contain cholesterol, egg yolks do not cause heart disease. Research has shown that when people consume some 3-4 eggs per day (with the yolk), cholesterol levels do not increase and,  if they change at all, they usually improve! The egg yolk also contains the long-chain omega-3 fatty acid DHA, which is necessary for brain and eye function, as well as the long-chain omega-6 fatty acidarachidonic acid, which is necessary for healthy skin, hair, libido, reproduction, growth and response to injury.

The FULL recipe is @EcoSalon.






Check out the recipe here:

Bon Appetit!

xo Aylin



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  • LIsa

    these are so pretty. I make these for my son but they are not as sophisticated and pretty. I am going to try this with guests who are coming.