Mom’s viral ‘mini egg’ hack may pose risk to toddlers, 专家警告

TikTok user Alexandra Bewicke, from Australia, posted a video on TikTok last week showing parents how to makemini eggs for their kids.

然而, the clip has caused some food safety concerns among commenters as well as nutrition experts.

在剪辑中, Bewicke explains that she will show parentshow to make cool eggs for your kids in the mornings.

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All you do is you grab an egg out of the fridge, you pop it in the freezer,” Bewicke says as she puts two whole eggs in their shells into the freezer.

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In the morning, you actually slice this up while it’s still frozen,” she adds as she follows the process in the video. “You then put it into the fry pan and it creates really cool mini-eggs.

Once themini eggshave been fried up in the clip, Bewicke gives a plate of the eggs to her daughter.

My toddler absolutely loves it and I hope your kids do, 太,” Bewicke says, ending the clip.

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Since Bewicke posted the video last week, it has been viewed more than 12 万次.

Though some commenters appreciated Bewicke’s hackand even jumped on the chance to try itothers wondered why she froze the eggs instead of just hard-boiling them.

Could you not just boil and cut it the same way…” 一位评论. “Literally gives you the same thing??”

Other commenters wondered about the safety of freezing raw eggs.

I’m sure that’s not safe,” one commenter wrote. “Freezing and putting on direct heat? It probably doesn’t even reach the right temp for safety.

Another TikTok user wrote: “Sorry to be a bummer but I heard freezing eggs is very unhealthy and makes the eggs go bad.

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Bewicke did not immediately respond to Fox News’ request for comment.

在其网站上, 美国. 食品和药物管理局 (美国食品药品管理局) also affirms that this probably isn’t a healthy hack.

A mom’s viral hack for making "mini eggs" has prompted safety concerns from commenters and nutrition experts. (iStock)

A mom’s viral hack for makingmini eggshas prompted safety concerns from commenters and nutrition experts. (iStock)

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