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Low Cal Egg Salad Sandwich (only 177 calories)

Tuesday, May 08, 2012

Two open faced sandwiches for only 177 Calories:

Egg white, hard boiled, 3 - 51 calories
Dill, .25 tsp - 1 calorie
Yellow mustard, 1.5 tsp - 5 calories
Mayonnaise, fat free, 3 tablespoons - 30 calories
Sara lee 100% multi grain bread, 2 slices - 90 calories
TOTAL 177 Calories

Using just the egg white really cuts the calories. I like to add quite a bit of mustard for flavor so you can adjust according to your taste. This also provides 11 grams of protein, so it would be a good post-workout snack too.
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    Yum....I haven't had a soft boiled egg on toast in ages. I think that will have to be Saturday's breakfast.
    2115 days ago
    That looks yummy. I used to love making a soft-boiled egg and putting it on toast, so this seems to up that with some extra flavor.
    2115 days ago
    I'll have to try it with curry. That sounds terrific!
    2115 days ago
    I have just finished refrigerating my covered egg sandwiches that I made for tea. Hubby and I have our main meal at lunch time, so egg sandwiches are nice and light for tea.

    I always make mine with egg whites only and add half a teaspoon of curry powder. Curried egg is yummo and at the moment I am counting fat grams as opposed to calories, and there are zero fat grams in the egg whites and only 1.1 fat grams in 2 slices wholemeal bread. Woo Hoo! emoticon
    2116 days ago
    Love it Walkingred!! They are so terrific!
    2116 days ago
    I am making this asap.

    I love egg salad, potato salad, deviled eggs, etc. That deli taste is so comforting to me! And egg whites are AMAZING- practically free of calories and a ton of protein... I'm going to write a love song in their honor...

    Thanks for sharing! emoticon
    2116 days ago
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