Deep Frying: Submerging eggs in hot oil adds excess fat and calories, making them less healthy. Dishes like deep-fried deviled eggs or Scotch eggs are examples.
Scrambling with Excessive Butter or Oil: Adding too much butter or oil while scrambling eggs can make them high in saturated fats and calories.
Egg Batter Frying: Coating foods in egg batter before frying them can make eggs a source of empty calories and unhealthy fats.
Egg-Based Casseroles with Excess Cheese and Cream: Overloading egg casseroles with cheese, cream, or other high-fat ingredients can make them calorie-dense and unhealthy.
Egg Yolk-Only Omelets: Removing the egg whites and cooking only the yolks in an omelet increases the calorie and fat content, especially saturated fat.
Egg Dishes High in Processed Meats: Combining eggs with processed meats like bacon or sausages can result in high levels of saturated fat and sodium.