This Greek Omelet Egg Bake has all the flavors of the Mediterranean! And it’s packed with healthy veggies for a better breakfast.
These light and fluffy, gluten-free savory Oat and Potato Pancakes are so satisfying, so delicious, so comforting and so good for you. Whip up a stack to enjoy with your family one morning.
It’s almost time for the kids to head back to school, so we need to start brushing up on our packed lunch ideas. Inspired by the Japanese tamagoyaki, this roll is filled with fresh veggies and slices of egg to be a protein-filled lunch that is easy to pack up.
Packed with protein, these savory scrambled egg waffles can be made in minutes or even wrapped up to go with fun toppings.
This classic recipe for Lyonnaise Salad is an easy and delicious salad that’s filling enough to have as a meal.
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Tomato and Prosciutto Quiche Cups will become your favorite prep-ahead, take-along breakfast. They are packed with 10 grams of protein and lots of veggies.
Spring is in full swing and we’re celebrating with these bright and seasonal recipes that feature eggs in a fun way. Sweet and savory!
Spring is here, so we’re heading outside for a picnic. Enter, the ever-delicious green goddess egg salad dip loaded with fresh herbs. It’s perfect for packing up, scooping and sharing.
This recipe for Spring Herbs and Smashed Eggs on Toast with butter is a quick and tasty way to satisfy your hunger, whether it be for breakfast, lunch, dinner or a snack.
These Egg and Sweet Potato Toasts are a hearty, wholesome breakfast that will keep you fueled until lunch. The sweet potato toast is topped with avocado, greens and a sunny side up egg.
Also called egg-in-a-hole, this gourmet egg toastie made extra extravagant with duck fat.
Adjaruli (Acharuli) Khachapuri is a traditional Georgian (the country, that is), canoe-shaped bread filled with a generous amount of cheese and topped with an egg.
Healthy Kale Egg Breakfast Cups – full of flavor and healthy goodness. With kale, sun-dried tomatoes, spicy chicken sausage, mushrooms, and feta, they will surely be the best part of waking up in 2017!
Take your weekend brunch to the next level of comfort food goodness with stuffed and baked bacon and egg potatoes.
Rich mushrooms, bold cheese, sweet onions and salty prosciutto are melded together with a runny yolk that is perfect to dip a pizza crust into.
We experiment with eggs as a cocktail ingredient in celebration of Egg Month!
Making a French omelette can seem like a daunting task, but with a few tips and the right pan you will be well on your way to perfection.
Loaded with pomegranate and chimichurri and tahini dressing, smoked trout, grilled halloumi, and topped with a poached egg, this kale bowl proves that salads can be anything but boring.
It may not be traditional, but it is so good. A ginger and garlic broth is loaded with thick cut bacon, soft boiled eggs, noodles, and cheese to put you in breakfast heaven.
Frittata is a versatile dish that works with many ingredients anytime of day. Try this with mozzarella, arugula and sweet potatoes for tons of flavor.
We love eggs, we’re obsessed with #putaneggonit, and we can’t featured enough way to cook with the affordable protein. Here are some of our current favorites.
Create this simple cocktail with four ingredients and a few strong shakes for a frothed egg top.
For the crafty-at-heart, thrill your guests with vibrant spring colors and gorgeous works of egg-centric art.
For breakfast or dinner, this flavorful toast can be ready in less than 15 minutes and with an egg, radishes and arugula, it is hearty enough to keep you full.
A thin egg and herb batter is cooked just like a crepe and then stuffed with a creamy whipped lemon ricotta for a delightfully bright brunch.
This perfectly cooked egg adds another incredible layer to the garlic-chive yogurt and Aleppo chili butter to create an out of this world dip.
Make this flavorful potato frittata ahead of time and reheat for a quick breakfast or a packed lunch on the go.
Add this sausage and polenta breakfast bake to your brunch routine for easy, delicious weekend eating.
Make your own restaurant-style egg drop soup in only fifteen minutes. That’s about as fast as take-out.
In only fifteen minutes, create a stunning seafood bowl with a soft boiled egg and cream avocado.
Soak your bread in egg nog the night before and simply bake the French toast in the morning for a delicious winter brunch.
Learn how to make the perfect fried egg over low heat while you prepare the rest of your breakfast.
A perfect vegetable dish for colder months, these freekeh stuffed peppers are packed with flavor, nutrition, and topped with a crispy egg.
Two kinds of cheese, tomatoes, and eggs with runny yolks make a morning of cold, leftover pizza sound like old news. Make this colorful warm pie for dinner, too.
The smooth, decadent hollandaise emulsion is a sauce that may seem hard to get right, but once mastered you are set to make any dish, breakfast to dinner, that much more indulgent.
From graved eggs, cured in sugar, to a Spanish tortilla or a whiskey sour, here are twelve delicious ideas to make with the infamous egg.
Go beyond the classic bagel and cream cheese and take things to the next level with everything from birthday cake cream cheese to a bagel quiche. Head to the bakery for fresh bagels and get creative.
The iconic quiche Lorraine has all the comfort food classics, eggs, bacon, and cheese. What more is needed?
Deviled eggs can get ugly if not done right. It’s time to try out fresh, unique deviled egg recipes that will knock the socks off your party guests.
A runny brunch egg is topped with flavorful sriracha gems and Japanese flavors to remind you of a bowl of ramen with a soft egg.
Pickled with beets for vibrant color, this kale salad is a hearty bowl complete with avocado and quinoa. Pickled the eggs ahead and enjoy on a warm summer night without turning on the oven.
Perfect as a party appetizer or a savory morning dish, this Swedish pastry is filled with an egg and cheese custard complete with the iconic cheese, Västerbotten, and summer’s tomatoes.
A potato hash-brown cake is topped with a sweet mustard sauce, salmon, and a soft boiled egg for a divine brunch bite.
This simple curry is easier to make than meat curries, but still has plenty of protein. The coconut milk gives the dish rich flavor and enhances the spices.
Be it for brunch or a game day appetizer, tater tots loaded like nachos with bold Korean flavors like pork, kimchi, avocado, and gochujang aioli are sure to be a party.
Creamy white beans, cherry tomatoes and polenta with red pepper flakes are ready to take on crisp broccoli rabe and a fried egg with a bursting yolk.
Moist chocolate cakes are made without eggs, but instead with flavorful bananas that also hide in slices in the center of the cakes.
For breakfast or lunch, this protein packed bowl complete with salmon and egg with keep you full with flavorful olives, feta, and micro greens.
A quick dinner or brunch with hearty veggies and a luscious tomato sauce that can be made ahead.
Breakfast toasts are simple to enjoy with gourmet ingredients. Try this fava bean spread with basil that can be made ahead for a busy morning.
Whatever your reason for not eating eggs, don’t give up on your favorite dishes just because the recipe calls for them. Try these substitute tricks instead.
A fun take on a caesar salad with bright radishes, creamy avocados, a deliciously messy egg and a dairy-free almond dressing for the perfect zing of flavor.
Switch up the classic avocado toast with a chickpea pancake topped with avocado, fried egg, feta and chili oil.
An ultimate breakfast bowl to hold you over until lunch. Packed with eggs, gyoza, and spicy chilies.
This fresh avocado egg salad sandwich with red onions is simple to make and perfect for spring.
Ideal for breakfast or brunch, this quiche is made with a potato crust and filled with eggs, onion, Canadian bacon and cheese.
A traditional egg dish cooked in tomato sauce with an Indian spin of coconut milk and spices. Served with green chutney, is perfect for brunch or dinner.
A technique for the perfect poach served with a perfect go-to shallot vinaigrette.
This quiche is flavorful and creamy with a spicy kick and densely loaded with vegetables. Serve as a hearty brunch with vibrant flavors.