Fun and Easy Egg Recipes
Eggs in a Hole
|Creamy Baked Eggs with Aspraragus and Pecorino
Serve these smooth, rich-tasting eggs as soon as they come out of the oven, with toast is even better. You’ll want a set of ramekinsfor these but in pinch you can susbstitute with small ceramic coffee cups.
|Baked Egg in Avocado
Combine two amazing SuperFoodsin one meal! We came across this delicious recipe on Pinterest and thought it looked so yummy! Here’s how you can combine these super foods into a delicious meal to start your day. Hope you like!
|Egg Bread Buns
Here’s the perfect recipe for kids who want to learn to cook. If you tell me otherwise, I simply won’t believe you. Unless you don’t know how to break eggs? It’s really something fun to do with your kids. Put all your ingredients on the table and you will see your little darlings coming to see what’s happening.
|Maple Bacon Mini Frittatas
This recipe makes 12 muffin sized individual frittatas. Great for a brunch or to take with you to work. The combination of maple and bacon make these sweet and savory.
|Easy Eggs Florentinesque
Swapping the hollandaise sauce for a sour cream mixture and cooking the eggs in spinach makes for an easier, updated take on the classic.Takes much less time but still tastes amazing!
|Eggs in Pepper Rings
This is a modification of the Eggs in a Hole recipe above. Of course, without the bread. A great choice for those on a gluten-free or Paleo diet. Super easy and fast. Plus, only one pan to clean!
These little egg-stuffed biscuits are also great for feeding a group, which can be challenging at breakfast. Although they aren’t exactly health-food, they do have plenty of protein and a lot less sugar than some of those jumbo coffee shop pastries you might be tempted to grab when you’re short on time.
|Spinach Mozzarella Egg Bake
This is a similar to a breakfast casserole, but with lots of vegetables, meat, or cheese, and just enough egg to barely hold it together. This particular version features spinach and a generous amount of mozzarella. Easy to adapt to what you have on hand!
|Bacon and Egg in Toast Cups
These toast cups are so easy to make! And delicious too. Your kids will love them. Total cooking time is about 15 minutes, perfect for busy households! Picture on the left shows Toast cup made with two quail eggs.
I hope you enjoy this list of easy egg recipes! If you like this then please check out our Top 10 Ways to Prepare Kale article!
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(via Eat Local Grown)