Get cozy this season with these fall comfort foods. Each recipe is a bit different and hits a different craving, but all are delicious and are made with eggs.
These colorful Beet Deviled Eggs are spiced up with a hint of coriander, smoked paprika and chili powder, and instead of mayo and mustard, they’re so flavorful with red wine vinegar and Greek yogurt.
It’s officially fall and we want all of our favorite foods with a comforting, cozy, warm twist. Enter, the hummus-shuka bowl. A beautiful bowl of tomato and egg shakshuka served with hummus and pita. YUM.
These hefty Bacon, Egg and Cheese Breakfast Sliders are the PERFECT back to school breakfast for the kiddos.
Skip the usual mayo-based potato salad and impress your guests with this grilled potato salad with fresh herbs, a lemon dressing and soft boiled eggs to bring it all together.
Switch up your salad routine with this Roasted Asparagus Salad with Poached Eggs. It’s topped with perfectly poached Eggland’s Best Eggs to be a complete meal.
Everyone loves a good omelette, but how about a soufflé omelette with two cheeses and a beautiful array of mushrooms? Delicious.
This simple recipe is a delicious new way to enjoy deviled eggs. Packed with protein, it’s a perfect snack or appetizer.
Eggs are not only affordable, they’re pretty easy to turn into a quick meal. Here are five egg recipes we have been loving that are packed with nutrients.
If you love rich, soft scrambled eggs, here are the tips you need to make creamiest scrambled eggs.
This frittata is filled with shallots, bacon, brussels sprouts and of course some parmesan cheese. I like to serve it with a salad to round out the meal.
Try this eggs benedict recipe made in a potato cup with a silky saffron hollandaise that’s just as easy to make for six eaters or more, as it is for two.
What’s more beautiful than a runny egg yolk? Poached or fried, a perfectly cooked egg is a fun way to lend extra richness (and protein!) to pasta dishes, rice bowls—even pizzas! These 10 recipes are sure to eliminate any notion that eggs are just for breakfast.
A complete breakfast of eggs, ham and hash browns all in one dish. Great breakfast to start the day or cut into portions & freeze for a great grab ‘n go breakfast on busy mornings.
This fried oysters with eggs is a well known local dish. The ocean-fresh succulent oysters are cooked in a light sweet potato coating and complimented by the fresh corianders and eggs.
Practice makes perfect.
This Prosciutto & Arugula Eggs Benedict is a sophisticated, Italian twist on the original! Salty prosciutto and peppery, fresh arugula complement the classic poached egg and buttery hollandaise sauce.
Toast is a great addition for breakfast. You can add extra protein, fruit, fats or grains depending on how you eat your toast. We’re going to build your everyday toast 4 ways. While bread and butter are definitely a favorite, sometimes we have to change things up.
Have a comforting breakfast today with hash browns, rich gravy, and runny yolk eggs.
Ah, the weekday mornings. Sometimes, you just have to get in your car and go! This easy bacon, eggs, and cheese quesadilla can be put in the freezer and reheated for those mornings you are in a rush.
This quiche-like casserole made up of layers of green chiles and cheese is a meal even the most novice cook can put together. Easy Chile Rellenos Casserole is a comfort food dinner or breakfast everyone will love!
Sometimes called “poor man’s parmesan”, pangritata is a great way to use up stale bread. Enjoy the simple combo of lemon, parsley, garlic and caper flavors.
Tomato Sauce Poached Eggs are the quintessential rustic Italian meal. Breakfast, lunch or dinner, they’ll make for a quick and cozy part of your day.
If you’re not a fan of potato salad, this is the recipe that will change your mind. Served on a bed of arugula with grilled potatoes an herb vinaigrette and soft boiled eggs, bring this to your next backyard barbecue.
Take your eggs Benedict to Italy with a sun-dried tomato spread, crispy pancetta and a delicious pesto to kick off your day with a flavorful start.
Make a hearty shakshuka breakfast loaded with vegetables, eggs, and feta cheese while only dirtying one pan.
Get crafty with your Easter Eggs! Create amazing works of art you want to show off to your friends and family!
Switch up your breakfast routine with these flavorful tacos loaded with eggs, green chilies, cheese, and cilantro lime crema.
In less than ten minutes, create a bowl of spicy kimchi and pork belly fried rice topped with a glorious egg.
The perfect brunch or breakfast in bed, let your hollandaise sauce drip over an egg and into the perfect waffled squares of a savory potato cake.
Make a traditional tortilla española as a hearty meal loaded with potatoes and eggs and serve with a flavorful roasted red pepper sauce.
This crisp refreshing brussels sprout bowl, garnished with bacon and pecans and topped with an egg, will be the solution to brighten your morning.
Make a hearty breakfast packed with simple ingredients and bursting with nutrition. Potatoes, beans and salsa make an egg brunch exciting on your tongue.
Winter is a time of eating and going crazy in the kitchen with hearty recipes. For a great winter brunch, try the Waldorf’s famous eggs Benedict.
Learning to use quail or quail eggs in cooking gives delicious flavor and huge nutritional benefits. Check out tips to cooking quail and try favorite recipes.
With all your favorite baked potato toppings, this loaded potato quiche baked in a simple puff pastry crust with bacon and cheese. Perfect for a busy holiday brunch.
Just when you thought a breakfast sandwich couldn’t get any better, we present to you the almighty French Toast Sandwich.
Start the day with comfort food that is perfect for brunch or a hearty breakfast. Cheese, eggs, and chile sauce top tortilla chips in one delicious skillet.
This gluten free lava cake is loaded with a rich, oozing whiskey caramel sauce that emerges to mingle with the deep chocolate and pecans.
This tangy potato salad does without the usual creamy mayo base and works with a maple-mustard dressing and soft egg yolks for a gourmet summer side.
One handed breakfasts are perfect. This recipe is easy to serve as a breakfast in bed or on the run.
Thick, buttery biscuit-like donuts are served with a rich rum chocolate sauce for an amazing dessert project.
We’ve got you covered for Mother’s Day brunch ideas for all types of breakfast preferences!
Conquer brunch with a delicious stack of broccolini topped with a pillowy egg and Meyer Lemon Hollandaise spooned over top.
An asparagus frittata with aged Havarti is great for an easy weeknight supper, but special enough for your Easter brunch.
A perfect breakfast or brunch to make ahead with leftover veggies, old bread, and delightful dill cheese and eggs. Wake up and throw it in the oven.
Simple to make, easy to impress, and hearty enough to keep you sustained for the day, these eggs are flavorful with a hint of spice.
Savory sunny Spanish omelette muffins. Perfect for breakfast, brunch or a packed lunch.
This warm sandwich with the kick of sweet hot mustard and pepper jack cheese is nothing short of a mouth-watering breakfast, or even lunch.
Pan roasted brussels sprouts and cabbage serve as a rich, spicy base to luscious oven baked farm eggs.
Try these takes on the popular brunch item, eggs Benedict, for a exciting and sometimes lighter egg breakfast.
This world’s simplest pancakes recipe contains just two ingredients (egg and banana) and is super quick – just minutes from bowl to plate! Simple and tasty.
High in protein and quick to cook, eggs can be poached, fried, or baked to be the perfect garnish to an otherwise dull dish.
With aromatic spices that scream fall, you can’t help but to love about these muffins. Especially when your kitchen smells delightful while they bake.
Pear and ginger flatbread with a hint of cinnamon and a light touch of orange flavors. Use the gluten free bread as a vessel for a variety of flavors.
Next time you have stale bread, forget breadcrumbs and make migas. Peppers, garlic, chorizo, bacon, and egg make up this dish. A siesta after is required.
Master hollandaise sauce, swirl your egg to a perfect cook, and toast you muffin to a crisp golden hue. You do that and you’re in for a blissful brunch.
This cleverly named restaurant in downtown LA had us waiting in line for breakfast three mornings in a row. Here’s why, and it’s not just the name.
Now that summer is in full swing, cool down with homemade, no-cook ice cream. Bring rich, coffee and dark chocolate ice cream to your next barbecue table.
This dish is quick and bursting with spicy, earthy flavors. It is great on its own for lunch or as a side to chicken or fish.