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Low-Carb Egg And Marmite Soldiers

Low-Carb Egg And Marmite Soldiers

Type: Breakfast Suitable For: High fibreHigh proteinLow calorieLow carbLow fatSlimming friendlyVegetarian

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Low-Calorie Marmite & Cheese Soldiers with a Dippy-Egg. Breakfast is Served!

Is there anything more comforting than dipping into a runny egg first thing in the morning? We don't think so and now thanks to Lo-Dough, you can still enjoy this breakfast treat & stay on plan. Low-carb, low-fat, low-calorie, maximum flavour. 

The key to making the macros SO mind-blowing is switching out regular toast for Lo-Dough and regular cheddar for Eatlean protein cheese. The Lo-Dough lowers the carbs and ups the fibre, the Eatlean lowers the fat and ups the protein. It's a win-win combination! As for the Marmite - for our money, its the easiest way to provide that umami-rich, savoury edge that so many of us crave! 

This recipe is so quick. In fact, it will take you about the time it takes for the kettle to boil... And if you're like us, that's what you'll be doing - did you know you can cook perfect boiled eggs in a standard kettle?! Put the eggs in with cold water and bring it to the boil. Once the water is boiling and the button clicks off, leave the eggs in the water for a further 3 minutes and take out with a slotted spoon - you'll have perfect soft boiled eggs! Otherwise, y'know... do them the traditional way! 

Low-Carb Egg And Marmite Soldiers

Low-Carb Egg & Soldiers

Whichever way you make your eggs, give these low-carb and low-fat soldiers a try - you won't be disappointed.

Did you know? The introduction of Marmite into the world was a complete and utter accident. It was created in the 19th century when a German chemist, Justus Liebig, one day realised that brewer's yeast - an essential ingredient in the production of beer - could be concentrated, bottled and then eaten.