Food hack of the month: Fitness star Chontel Duncan tries the TikTok ‘mini egg’ trick for her toddler – and is amazed by how well it works

  • Fitness queen Chontel Duncan has made mini fried eggs for her toddler 
  • The personal trainer, from Brisbane, found the method from a viral TikTok video 
  • Stunned by the revelation, the mum of three, decided to give the egg hack a go

Fitness queen Chontel Duncan has shared an unusual cooking method she found on TikTok to create mini fried eggs for her toddler son. 

The personal trainer, from Brisbane, stumbled across a viral video about a mum who revealed how she created ‘mini eggs’ after freezing them raw overnight.

Stunned by the revelation, Chontel, a mum of three, decided to give the egg hack a go – and her son ‘loved them’.

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Fitness queen Chontel Duncan has shared an unusual cooking method she found on TikTok to create mini fried eggs for her toddler son 

The personal trainer, from Brisbane, stumbled across a viral video about a mum who revealed how she created ‘mini eggs’ after freezing them raw overnight 

‘I tried these cute scrumptious eggs that I saw on TikTok,’ she said on Instagram. 

‘It’s a really fun way to make eggs in the morning. First you freeze them, then under some warm water, peel them. While they’re still frozen, thinly slice them.’

Over medium to high heat, she popped the round slices into a pan with olive oil.

‘Season them, finish it off and serve them fresh or store them for later.’

Her video has since been viewed more than 420,000 times, with many saying their minds are ‘blown’ after learning about the new egg hack.

‘This is awesome. I would have never thought to do this. So fantastic,’ one wrote, while another said: ‘I’m sorry but this just blew my mind.’

One added: ‘What! You just open a new door for me. This looks delicious and easy.’

The video comes just days after mum Alexandra shared her clever trick to make sure her toddler eats eggs for breakfast.

‘Every parent needs to try this,’ she wrote on TikTok.

Her video has since gone viral, with more than 10 million views.

The idea was described as ‘genius’ by other parents.

But despite the positive comments, some were concerned and wondered whether freezing eggs was safe to eat after cooking.

According to Healthline, freezing raw eggs in the shells isn’t recommended by health professionals as it can tamper with the texture and lead to the growth of certain bacteria.

But if done so, the raw eggs should be cooked instantly at a high temperature of 70 degrees Celsius.

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