This hilarious eggs-ercise video will get you pumped for Pancake Day
February 17 marks Pancake Day, and this year Australian Eggs have brought us a healthier way to celebrate with a new eggs-ercise routine to try.
Check out the hilarious video below:
Tuesday 17th February 2015 is Pancake Day, also known as Shrove Tuesday.
Pancakes have been eaten on Shrove Tuesday for more than 1,000 years as a means to use up rich ingredients ahead of the fasting period.
Pancake races have been held for more than 500 years in England on Shrove Tuesday. These annual events traditionally see contestants dress in aprons and scarves and race down a course flipping a pancake in a frying pan.
Pancakes are also known as flapjacks, griddlecakes or hotcakes.
Eggs contain every single vitamin and mineral, except vitamin C.
Eggs contain the highest quality protein of all foods – just one serve provides over 20% of your daily needs!
Fresh eggs can be kept refrigerated in their carton for four weeks.
To tell if an egg is raw, spin it! If is spins easily it’s hard-boiled but if it wobbles, it is raw.
Eggs carry the Heart Foundation Tick because and are recommended as a part of healthy and balanced diet.
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