This recipe is my go to. Just takes 30 seconds to heat them up and out the door. 82 calories each and 9 grams of protein. www.emilybites.com has repurposed a lot of recipes and I have not made one I didn't like. They aren't necessarily geared towards high protein, but rather lower calories, but there are some that are all protein, like this one. http://www.emilybites.com/2017/02/ham-and-cheese-egg-cups.ht ml. She is a rock star!
yield: 12 EGG CUPS
NUTRITION INFORMATION PER EGG CUP:
82 calories, 2 g carbs, 1 g sugars, 4 g fat, 2 g saturated fat, 9 g protein, 0 g fiber (from myfitnesspal.com)
HW-280; SW-235; GW-155; Age-57; Height-5'8"
Stats from SW - M1 -26; M2 -11; M3 -10; M4 -10; M5 -6; M6 -10; M7 - 5;
I tried a version of these they were simple to make. Taste real good also. My stomach could not handle them. Love eggs but since surgery eggs do not agree with me. I have tried eggs all different ways and I can keep them down. Hope eventually I can eat them.
I have only been able to eat the yolk of a hard boiled egg. I am not 12 weeks since surgery. RNY. Was able to eat egg no problem in the beginning.