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Sticking to the egg by kazzzz on 9 January 2009 1:19am
 
OK I KNOW I drive you all mad talking about Creme eggs so I'm dedicating this thread to those ovally goodies and if you don't want to read it you don't HAVE to!!! It's only gonna get worse with Easter approaching. Pity my fellow Facbook Palinites, theycan't avoid my onslaght! I have already begun egging their walls;)

I was just thinking, I am almostCERTAIN that creme eggs were larger when I was younger. You can't downsize the egg!! I shall look into this, it may take some time....
 
Re: Sticking to the egg by kazzzz on 9 January 2009 1:27am
 
I have posted this before but just a reminder of the nutritional value (or not) of the Egg.

Nutrition Facts
Serving Size 1 egg (39.0 g)

Amount Per Serving
Calories 170Calories from Fat 54
% Daily Value*
Total Fat 6.0g9%
Saturated Fat 3.5g17%
Cholesterol 5mg2%
Sodium 25mg1%
Total Carbohydrates 28.0g9%
Sugars 25.0g
Protein 2.0g

Vitamin A 0% Vitamin C 0%
Calcium 4% Iron 0%

* Based on a 2000 calorie diet


This is excellent news as I just had a walk on the treadmill and burned off 250 calories. I am, in fact , 80 calories in credit from the egg I ate last night! Is this not marvellous?

Also please note the 4% daily calcium intake:) That's gotta be good news!
 
Re: Sticking to the egg by suzulu on 9 January 2009 1:26pm
 
Yes, very nutritional! LOL!
There is one thing you have to be careful about - getting eggbound!
 
Re: Sticking to the egg by Spursfan on 9 January 2009 1:28pm
 
And 2.0g protein!! Don't forget that!

All in all a healthy option *cough*.

;)
 
Re: Sticking to the egg by kazzzz on 9 January 2009 1:33pm
 
and vitamins A, C and iron 0%!!!

Hmm perhaps I shouldn't have mentioned that.
 
Re: Sticking to the egg by peripatetically on 9 January 2009 1:38pm
 
Does the egg manufacturer use recycled paper, Kaz? Might be a good idea to go along with all the other value they offer.
 
Re: Sticking to the egg by kazzzz on 9 January 2009 1:48pm
 
Yes Pats they actually use recycled foil, recycled from baked spuds:)
 
Re: Sticking to the egg by peripatetically on 9 January 2009 1:49pm
 
Can't think of a better use for those old wraps.
 
Re: Sticking to the egg by bIG bLOGGER on 9 January 2009 3:36pm
 
Has anyone ever cracked open an egg and a fluffy little yellow chick stepped out?
 
Re: Sticking to the egg by kazzzz on 9 January 2009 10:57pm
 
Oooh creepy!

I see that the nutritional chart has not included fibre, other basic vitamins or nutrients. This is because there are far too many to list, obviously.

Missy and I have just been chatting to Soph she's had the BEST idea!!! Mini creme eggs for earrings! Not on a hot day though...
We could do whole jewellery line in fact!
 
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