Poached Egg & Buttered Toast

- POSTED ON: Apr 11, 2011

Makes 1 serving


1 egg
1 small piece whole wheat bread (90 calories)
1/2 TB butter


Spray non-stick coating on cups of egg poaching pan.
Fill bottom of pan half full of water and bring to a boil.
Break egg into pan
salt and pepper to taste,
and cover with lid.
Cook at medium-high heat for approximately 3 minutes...
until white is cooked solid and yellow is still runny.
Remove from pan.

Place toast in toaster, and when toasted, spread with butter.

Calories: 220
Carbs: 15.4 grams
Protein: 10 grams


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On Apr 11, 2011 Karen925 wrote:
We have posached eggs Thursday morning. When our family was small, we used a poaching pan like yours. As we grew in number, we needed to go to a water bath in a large skillet. DH thinks he has paoched a dozen eggs at one time. I like hearing about WW. I did that program successfully twice, maintained for a few years, then regained. I do not want the same thing to happen this time.

On Apr 11, 2011 Dr. Collins wrote:
             Karen, I learned and re-learned a lot about low-calorie cooking and eating during my many memberships in Weight Watchers, and I still have a variety of old WW cookbooks, but I never accomplished or maintained any substantial weight-loss through that program.

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