AllWhites® Egg Whites for Lean Protein & $100 Visa Gift Card GIVEAWAY

I’m a big fan of AllWhites® egg whites (100% egg whites that come in a carton) and use them in my protein pancakes and meals all the time.  If you came to my house and peeked into my fridge, you’d always see at least one container of AllWhites.  If you follow my blog, you know I’m working on getting lean and gaining muscle, which requires eating about 5 small meals a day, each with about 20 grams of protein.  AllWhites helps me get that protein in!

Each serving of AllWhites has 5 grams of lean protein and 25 calories without fat or cholesterol or shells!  If you are on Weight Watchers, they give AllWhites 0 PointsPlus value per serving (PointsPlus value takes into account the food’s protein, carbohydrates, fat and fiber).  You can use AllWhites in any recipe that calls for eggs.  The convenience of simply pouring the AllWhites into your recipe as opposed to having to crack and separate your eggs yolks from the whites is genius!  

Today, I’m sharing a healthy recipe using AllWhites and GIVING AWAY a $100 Visa gift card to one lucky reader (courtesy of AllWhites)!

Egg Scramble

I call this dish “egg scramble” because I like to simply dump all the ingredients into a hot skillet and “scramble” them around until they are all cooked.  I usually eat this on a weekend for breakfast, or at night for my last meal.  

  • Cooking spray
  • AllWhites® egg whites – about 3/4 cup
  • Onion- 1/4 cup chopped or less 
  • Turkey ham – 1 slice, chopped
  • Cherry tomatoes- 5 or as many as you like
  • Spinach- large handful
  • Low fat cheese- 1 slice
  • Mushrooms – 1/2 cup (optional)
Spray cooking spray in a skillet over medium-high heat, add a small chopped slice of turkey ham, bit of diced onion, a few cherry tomatoes, and a bunch of spinach.  After the spinach cooks down a little, and the rest of the ingredients are browned, I add about 3/4 cup of AllWhites (depending on how hungry I am).  I just keep stirring until it’s all cooked, then, turn off the heat and add some low fat cheese.  Mushrooms would be good in this too.  
For recipe purposes:

3 tbsp. of AllWhites = Approx. 1 large egg
1/3 cup of AllWhites = Approx. 2 large eggs

3/4 cup of AllWhites = Approx. 4 large eggs
AllWhites are sold in regular grocery stores, right next to the eggs.  The cartons look like the photo below if you aren’t familiar.  They last a while in the fridge.

AllWhites is giving away a $100 Visa gift card to one Honey We’re Healthy reader. To enter, leave a comment with your answer to the question:  How do you fuel the way to a healthier you?
Good luck!  
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This giveaway is open to US Residents age 18 or older. Winners will be selected via random draw, and will be notified by e-mail. The notification email will come directly from BlogHer via the sweeps@blogher email address. You will have 72 hours to respond, otherwise a new winner will be selected.
The Official Rules are available here.
This sweepstakes runs from 3/3/2014-3/31/2014.
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Meet Megan

Hi! I’m Megan, mom to a thoughtful teenager and spunky young girl. We call Houston home and recently moved into our dream home. I traded my lawyer hat to become a full-time blogger in 2010. I love sharing my passion for affordable fashion, home decor, organization, & fitness to help inspire you to take care of you!


  1. Green smoothies for breakfast. Always an orange + (so much!) spinach + water + chia seeds, and sometimes a bit of mango or half a blood orange. I like that I feel "clean" and light drinking that first thing in the morning.

  2. I go thru a case of All White eggs every 2 weeks! I love them! scrambled, blended, raw, baked, You name it I will eat em!

    How do you fuel the way to a healthier you?

    I work at it slowly, I have lost over 90lbs in 3 years, and alot of can be how I have portioned out my servings of food and what I have incorporated fresh healthy food into mydiet. (Egg Whites) is protein to me, so to not have protein to fuel my muscles from weight lifting, it would slow down my progress of loosing the Body Fat that I need to loose. So thank you for creating a product to make sure my day can go alot quicker in the morning by separating the Yolks!

    Thank you very much!!! ~ Kara from Nebraska

  3. How do you fuel the way to a healthier you?

    I have a morning smoothie with frozen fruit, plain yogurt, chia seeds, spinach, and almond milk; frequent snacking throughout the day to keep my metabolism fueled and burning, and liquid branched chain amino acids in my water during my workouts to build lean muscle!

  4. I like making healthy egg white omelets with veges and cheese to help me keep fueled in the morning! I also like to have healthy fruit smoothies!

  5. I eat these every morning! I have one whole egg mixed with a half cup of AllWhites, a slice of Ezekiel bread with a small spread of almond butter topped with blueberries. My breakfast of champions!

  6. I take my vitamins, eat lots of fruits and veggies and remember to incorporate protein into my diet, by eating eggs, peanut butter or fish.

  7. I make sure I always have lots of fresh veggies and fruit in my fridge. I wash and cut everything up the day I buy it so there is no excuse not to eat!


  8. How do I fuel my way to a healthier me? I do a ton, like reading about healthy foods, I work out 5 times a week, and I love to learn new paleo recipes. It is pretty much a given: eat healthy and exercise and you will feel like a million bucks!

  9. I'm trying lot lose weight After baby #2 and have been eating more eggs for protein. They keep me full longer- just tried egg whites last week and love them. – Laura

  10. I keep a bowl of fresh fruit on the kitchen table, always within everyone's reach and rotate the variety. Veggies are always chopped and in the fridge so we can grab them for snacks, meals, etc.

  11. I trade off. IN the mornings I will have OJ and a banana and greek yogurt where I add pomegranate seeds. Sometimes I will have an egg sandwich with turkey sausage.

  12. I recently started using My Fitness Pal to log the food/calories I am eating. That has been helpful in making good choices. I also started attending a Crossfit Women's class! And love that!
    Thanks for a chance to win!!

  13. I try to have 5-6 small meals per day with lots of protein. I also remind myself that every meal doesn't have to be a party in my mouth- Food is Fuel!

  14. To fuel myself to a healthier me, I eat multiple small meals each day emphasizing protein in each of them. Egg whites are perfect for this in breakfast omelettes and in snack-size turkey meatballs.

  15. We have started to eat low/no carb during the week and I make sure to drink lots of water! And also making it to the gym atleast 3 times a week.

  16. I buy a lot of fruit, cut it up and place it in the upper shelf of the fridge. I put anything we shouldn't eat behind it. That way we have to move it out of the way to eat the nasty stuff and more often than not just eat the fruit instead.

    onefrugalgirl AT gmail DOT com

  17. I usually fuel up with a green smoothie after my morning walk. your Egg Scramble looks amazing and I can't wait to try it.
    amy [at] utry [dot] it

  18. I love these as a scramble in the morning, to save time, I cut up all my veggies (onions, bell peppers, mushrooms etc) on Sundays and so during the week i just sprinkle them in my all whites….between the cut up veggies and not having to crack eggs, its a life saver!

  19. I usually try to start the day off right by getting fruit,a protein like eggs and a little carbs like toast for breakfast. The best thing to have in the fridge is egg whites….makes a great sandwich,good on a salad…good anyway you use em.

  20. I fuel up in the morning with eggs and bacon or sausage. I try to eat a lot of proteins, fruits and vegetables the rest of the day and stay away from sugars and junk food.

    s2s2 at Comcast dot net

  21. I eat eggs for breakfast and exercise. I have not heard of these until this post and am certainly going to get some the next time I shop. Can't wait to try them.

  22. I bring boiled eggs to work and throw away the yolk. After reading your post on protein I'm trying to eat five egg whites in the morning!!! Also after having my baby girl 4 months ago it is so motivational to read your blog and I'm hopeful that I will find time to work out. Not easy with BF. Do you still work out in the morning? So thankful for your blog!!!

  23. I eat five egg whites in the morning. I bring boiled eggs to work and throw away the yolk. Wish I figured out a way to use them because I don't like throwing away food…

    I had my baby girl 4 months ago and I am so happy that I can find so much helpful information on your blog. If I could now find time to work out but it's not as easy when BF.

    Thank you for sharing your life with us! It's so inspiring and gives me motivation to work on myself!!!

  24. This is awesome! I currently have FOUR large cartons of All Whites in my fridge right now hahaha. I use them so much in cooking and baking healthier options. I have been doing a lean body challenge and make healthy protein bars, banana muffins, turkey meatballs, all using egg whites! I use truvia and stevia instead of sugar, and applesauce and greek yogurt instead of butter and oil 🙂

  25. I love egg whites for breakfast (especially in omelet form), but I've never tried AllWhites. I also eat oatmeal with fresh fruit. 🙂

  26. I've never tried all whites egg whites, I will be getting them TODAY!! I always try to eat healthy but I want even more healthier lifestyle. I try to fuel up with some kind of a protein sandwich (I love a good mutigrain bread) so this will be great, eggwhite, cheese, and veggie sandwich 🙂
    thank you

  27. I eat fruit every morning for breakfast and always have veggies throughout the day. I hope one day to purchase a juicer to get more of my vitamins from veggies.

  28. I cook at home and make working out part of my daily morning routine. My kids and I love stroller strides, which makes living a healthy lifestyle much more fun and easy!

  29. I try to start the day off right with a healthy breakfast. This usually involves either oatmeal, fruit, veggies, or eggs/egg whites. If I have a healthy breakfast, I’m more likely to make healthy choices throughout the rest of the day.


  30. By always starting the day off right and remembering that each day is a new opportunity. Green smoothie or oatmeal in the morning and replacing my coffee with green tea a few times a week.

  31. I'm not great about leaving the sweets alone, but I always keep some dried fruit on hand and often times a handful of that will take the edge of my cupcake cravings, LOL!

  32. I always start my day with a bowl of oatmeal (hot in the winter, overnight oats with fresh fruit in the summer) and then go outside (when the weather permits) for a 4-mile walk. Thank you!
    sharonjo at gwtc dot net

  33. I try to eat a lot of fruits and veggies, and drink plenty of water. Exercise and starting my day with a bowl of oatmeal helps keep me healthy, too.

  34. I fuel by starting the morning off with a good breakfast. Usually Greek yogurt and cereal and fresh squeezed juice and some fruit. I make sure that I have water with me through the day and I take vitamins and supplements. There are days also that I will make an egg sandwich as a wonderful quick easy to go breakfast. I wll put perhaps a slice of canadian bacon and some fresh tomatoes as well.

  35. I try to eat plenty of protein, fruit and veggies and keep away from junk foods as much as possible.
    Thanks so much.

  36. I fuel my way to a healthier me by eating breakfast daily consisting of fruit and low fat yogurt and I always pack my own lunch with healthy salads and sandwiches.

  37. I grabbed an egg white breakfast sandwich at a fast food restaurant one morning and really liked it so I started duplicating them at home, except I sub a slice of tomato for the canadian bacon or use a round Morning Star vegetarian sausage. It really helps if you buy an egg ring, available almost everywhere so you get that perfect round shape of your egg white that fits perfectly onto the English muffin. I prefer whole wheat English muffins. Be sure and season the egg white with some salt/pepper or Mrs Dash's salt free for flavor.

  38. sorry if this posted already, but i don't see it.

    to fuel myself more healthfully i try to eat more fruits and veggies
    stigay at

  39. I try to keep nuts around, in my car, in my desk, in a bowl on my counter. That way I always have a quick protein boost without all the guilt!

    coriwestphal at msn dot com

  40. We like to fuel our bodies healthy by growing our own vegetables, using eggs from our chickens and eating lean meat from hunting deer and wild turkey.

  41. Not Skipping meals is very important, I start my day with a good breakfast, usually eggs, toast, fruit and juice, at lunch veggies are a must, mid-day snack consists of fresh fruit and for dinner I try to make hearty meals all my family would enjoy.

  42. I try to eat healthy at least 80% of the time. I eat primarily natural (and organic) foods and to get a workout at the gym at least 3 days a week..some weeks 4 or 5. I make sure I get one protein, one carb and one healthy fat at each meal/snack plus all the low-glycemic veggies I can eat.

  43. I am cutting the meat that I cook with in about half to 1/4 as much as I ususally use and adding more veggies and switching out egg whites in places that I can, such as omelts and etc.

  44. I'm a vegetarian, so getting enough protein is my top priority. If I focus on that then it usually means I eat less sugar.

    If my sweet tooth strikes I try to think of something else I could eat instead that is high in protein — usually Greek yogurt or almonds.

  45. I love white meat chicken and try to eat it at least three times a week as well as a lots of fruits and veggies. I also make sure to take a daily multivitamin.

  46. I am making an effort to cut out added sugars and carbs from white foods from my diet. It is very hard with sugar in almost every condiment or canned food.

  47. I fuel my body up by always having breakfast! I always need protein so my go to is greek yogurt, but eggs when I have more time!

    elizzzzzabeth at yahoo dot com

  48. An egg white omelet loaded with fresh veggies fuels me for the day. Now if I would just take the time to do that more often than just grabbing a yogurt.

  49. I like to start my day on the right track. I love to make fruit smoothies for breakfast with some baby spinach or watercress added in on occasion. In between breakfast and lunch, I like to walk for half an hour to pump up some energy without getting exhausted in the process.


  50. I fuel the way to a healthier me by avoiding fast foods, drinking plenty of water, swimming 3 times a week and walking the other days. I haven't tried the AllWhites, but I will now.
    Thanks for the contest.

    slehan at juno dot com

  51. I drink lots of water and no soda. I try to eat fresh veggies and fruits and no processed foods. I've also started to make a lot more meals at home from scratch. I also eat a good breakfast, which I didn't always do.

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