"Crack An Egg" New Product Review

March 11, 2018

The Big food Companies are trying to insult our intelligence once again.  However, I know we are all much smarter than the Big Food Marketing Gurus.  
"Crack An Egg" is a product that you add an egg into.  Here are the facts.

Nutrition Facts:
170 Calories
130 Calories from Fat 
77% of Calories from Fat
330 mg of Sodium
Less Than 1 gram of fiber
8 Grams of Protein
Bonuses: Sugar, Dextrose, Phosphates, Anti Mold Inhibitor Netmyacin-Yikes!!! Pork Sausage Crumbles ( Say What ?), Yeast Extract, Modified Corn Starch.
Cost per Serving: ( includes cost of egg) $3.10   
Cost for 6 Kits:  $18.65 
Cost per serving: $3.10
Make at home:
Need 9 eggs for 6 Servings
7.5 grams of Fat ( using 1.5 eggs)  
45% of Calories from fat
11 grams of protein
4 grams of fiber
135 mg of Sodium ( do not use salt in recipe)
Bonuses:  Antioxidants, Fiber, Lean Protein, Lycopene, no additives,  no added sugars.
Cost for 6 Servings: $6.60
cost per serving:  $1.10

 Cost Comparison: ( you only have to buy the pan once:))




"Crack An Egg" is 3X more expensive. Has 77% of calories from fat. Is 3x higher in Sodium and contains a mold inhibitor along with sugar and phosphates.  Make your own eggs mixed with the above ingredeints on a Sunday and pour into 6 muffin top or muffin tin.  Bake at 375 degrees, until
cooked well.
You decide.

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