Eggs, one of the most prominent foods in today's food industry. Most bake items and breakfast meals involve some form of egg in it. You’ve probably eaten an egg within this week! Even some vegetarians consider eggs.

So, why is this important? Well, eggs aren’t just for frying! It’s time to transform your ordinary boiled egg into your number 1 friend. In this blog, we at Yegg Inc will tell you the various uses of eggs.

Egg Recipes

As mentioned above, eggs are one of the most common foods in the world! There are so many ways to make eggs. Boiled and fried eggs are boring and old school, so it’s time to switch things up. Below, you will find 3 creative egg recipes.

Cheese Egg Flatbreads- This recipe may sound difficult, however, it’s actually quick and easy! The folks from Yegg Inc agree that this is one of the best egg recipes out there!


2 ⅔ cups of flour
1 ½ tablespoons of olive oil
1 cup of buttermilk
500g of fresh ricotta
100g of Greek feta
6 eggs
Lemon zest + lemon wedges
⅓ cup of parsley leaves
⅓ cup of basil leaves


1. Preheat the oven to 240 degrees.

2. While the oven is heating, prepare 2 large baking trays with baking paper.

3. Slowly begin to mix flour, oil and 1 tablespoon of salt with a mixer. While it is mixing, combine buttermilk in ½ cup of cold water in a separate container.

4. Add the buttermilk mix into the other mixture. Let it mix slowly.

5. Add water and knead the mixture. The texture should be elastic and smooth when finished, just like dough.

6. Beat 2 eggs.

7. Mix ricotta, lemon zest, feta, and beaten eggs into a bowl. Add seasoning.

8. Split the dough into 4 equal pieces, and roll each of them out into an even oval. Add the filling in and wrap it up.

9. Place the filled dough on the trays. Decrease the oven heat to 200 degrees celsius and bake for 20 minutes.

10. Remove it from the oven and make small holes in each of them. Crack 4 eggs into each hole and place back in the oven for 5 minutes.

11. Remove from the oven, and let it cool.

12. Serve!

This is just one of the few recipes. As you can see, eggs are used twice in this recipe to help enhance the flavor.

Soft scrambled eggs with kale and LSA pesto

This recipe has quite a complicated name, but you’d be surprised at how simple it actually is! Not only is it healthy and delicious, but it combines scrambled eggs in an unexpected way.


3 kale pieces were torn up without the stems.
4 chopped-up pieces of garlic.
¼ cup of LSA meal.
80g of parmesan.
Lemon zest.
Olive oil.
6 eggs.
4 thick slices of bread (any kind).
8 thin prosciutto slices.


1. Mix kale and parsley into a blender until it is lightly chopped up.

2. Add garlic, LSA, parmesan, lemon zest and ¾ cups of olive oil into the blender. Blend until mixed well. It should look smooth.

3. Move blender mix into bowl. Heat 1 tablespoon of olive oil onto a frypan. Set it to medium-low heat. Add egg and cook to your preference. Season, fry and scramble them to your preference.

4. Once the egg is done, turn off the fryer. Toast the bread and spread the kale pesto mix on it. Top it off with the egg and prosciutto slices.

5. Let it cool and enjoy!

As you can see, a simple scrambled egg was combined into a healthy but delicious breakfast. “Eggs can be uniquely combined in so many different ways” says Yegg Inc.

Soft-boiled eggs with dippers- This recipe turns your average boiled egg into one of the healthiest and most creative breakfasts that’ll make your friends jealous! If your ever in a hurry, this is the perfect breakfast for you.



Carrot, cucumber, roasted tomato, or any vegetable to your preference.


1. Boil an egg for about 3-6 minutes. It should be a soft-boiled egg.

2. When it is done boiling, transfer it to an egg cup or plate. Slice it so the yolk is oozing out of it.

3. Dip the vegetable slices in the yolk and enjoy!

Yegg Inc agrees that this recipe is perfect for anyone on a diet. It contains great protein and vegetables but in a tasty manner. You could even sprinkle a bit of salt for flavor!

House Hacks

Surely, eggs are great for many recipes, whether it’d be average or complicated, healthy or unhealthy. But there are more uses than just for eating.

Glue- When egg whites dry, they become very sticky. So, if you ever run out of glue, leftover egg whites is the perfect replacement!

Face mask- Clear skin may be difficult for some people to achieve. Facial products tend to be expensive and if you find yourself inconsistent it can be difficult for you. Egg whites are perfect for cleansing the pores and reducing puffiness in the face. Eggs are commonly used in a lot of anti-age products too, so if you ever wanna stay fresh and young, eggs are the perfect way to go!

Hair conditioner- if you mix egg yolks with water and coconut oil, it can help enhance and possibly even grow your hair! This is because the strong protein and fibers from the egg fuel your hair roots. You can apply it after you wash your hair off with shampoo, and leave it on for 30 minutes. Afterward, you should see magnificent changes in your hair!

Gardening- There are 2 ways where eggshells help you with gardening. The first one is fertilizer. Regular fertilizer from the store can be expensive, but eggshells work as great fertilizer because of its high calcium. You can even combine it with your current fertilizer to help enhance your soil!

The other use of eggshells is like a repellent. Many slugs and snails may try to eat up your plants if you aren’t careful! Luckily, eggshells work as a great repellent. You can simply spread the eggshell pieces all around your plants. A very healthy natural repellent!


Sure, you’ve heard all these great things about eggs and their life-saving uses. But you’re probably wondering about its health benefits.

Not to worry, eggs happen to be very healthy. Many vegetarians eat lots of eggs to help with their protein. Eggs have a high level of calcium, which helps with your bones and muscles. Lots of vitamins such as D and E are found in many different kinds of eggs.


Overall, eggs provide many cooking benefits and life-saving hacks. They are healthy and delicious to eat. Whether you eat an average boiled egg or a specially seasoned omelete, it is bound to help with your health. Most of all, it’s natural, so you can never go wrong with an egg a day!

Author's Bio: 

Hello, my name is Karen Cole 40 years-old woman, living in Philadelphia, United States. I am the founder and editor-in-chief of the HealthBenefitAdmin online magazine and I am responsible for the published content that would help my precious readers to live as happily, healthily, and sustainability as possible.