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Eggs are the ultimate favorite ingredient that most people love. Not only are they versatile, but they’re also cheap and give you a lot of protein. One thing we love about them is that you can create SO MANY yummy recipes from this one element.
We’re pretty sure that every time you take a visit to the grocery store, eggs will always be on your list. And while most home cooks use eggs daily, some may still hunt for inspiration about new ways to cook eggs.
If you’re bored with the usual scrambled and sunny-side-up eggs every morning, may this list spark some creativity in the kitchen!
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Recipes That Use A Lot of Eggs
There are 8 contrasting ways to cook an egg. With different difficulty levels for first-timers, cooking eggs can go from easy to hard real quick. But that makes eggs so special, isn’t it? The fun in making various dishes!
If you want to swiftly put breakfast on the table, a simple scrambling and hard frying will do just fine. Hard-boiled eggs are also a must if you’re short on time and prefer to make-ahead dishes.
Home cooks easily forget that they can elevate their simple egg breakfast and that they can also whip out a brand new dish for lunch or dinner using all the eggs they have at home.
Some of you might not understand that this simple ingredient is a staple for the delicious recipes that you see served in restaurants too!
We’ve rounded up a HUGE list of creative ways you can cook eggs at home in new and sensational ways too! Think quiches, egg in a whole, and breakfast sandwiches. No matter what kind of breakfast or brunch ideas you’re planning to make, we’ve got you covered in this list!
Keep reading to find out what they are.
Egg Recipes for Breakfast
- Egg In a Hole Bagel
- Egg Carrot Salad
- Deviled Eggs
- Baked Eggs
- Ground Turkey Eggs Breakfast Scramble
- Air Fryer Egg Rolls
- Scrambled Eggs in Bacon Fat
- Hard-Boiled Eggs
- Lazy Person Deviled Eggs
- Medium Boiled Eggs
- Egg Salad Recipe
- Breakfast Omelette Egg Cups on SoFabFood
- How to Make a Flaxseed Egg
Egg Recipes for Brunch
Egg Recipes for Drinks & Desserts
*this includes “egg-inspired” recipes
And for you, here are more recipes that feature or use plenty of eggs in order for them to become a staple dish!
Eggs are the ultimate favorite ingredient that most people love. Not only are they versatile, but they're also cheap and give you a lot of protein. One thing we love about them is that you can create SO MANY yummy recipes from this one element.
Baked French Toast Casserole is made with 2 crusty French baguette loaves, and has all the delicious flavor and spices of French toast just in casserole form to feed a crowd! Assemble this the night before and toss it in the oven in the morning!
Popovers are an American bread recipe made of an egg and flour-based batter baked in individual molds. Also, known as the "American Yorkshire Pudding," this recipe dates back to 1850. They can be served any time of the day and are delicious when eaten fresh and topped with Maple Cinnamon Butter.
Eggs with Sautéed Radish Greens and Toast has fresh radishes with butter and salt, buttery, toasted no-knead bread, two fried eggs (or however you wish!) and nutritious radish greens. You can cook everything all in a cast iron skillet or separately.
This White Chocolate Eggnog Fudge is so smooth, buttery and the perfect indulgence to enjoy yourself or give as a gift to someone special. It's infused with eggnog making it perfect for the Christmas & Holiday season! This recipe uses mini marshmallows making it an easy-to-make, quick fudge recipe.
Crème Brûlée is a creamy egg and cream-based custard, infused with vanilla topped with a thin, crispy, sugar crust. Make this classic, French, 4-ingredient dessert for a decadent sweet treat.
This Chocolate Eggnog Fudge is so smooth, chocolate-y and the perfect indulgence to enjoy yourself or give as a gift to someone special. It’s infused with eggnog making it perfect for the Christmas & Holiday season! This recipe uses mini marshmallows making it an easy-to-make, quick fudge recipe.
This Quiche Lorraine Recipe is inspired by a traditional French quiche. It has savory thick-sliced bacon, eggs, and cream in a homemade, buttery pastry crust.
Stinging Nettle Crustless Quiche is savory, with 3 kinds of cheese (shredded Parmesan, Cheddar and Mozzarella), foraged, local Stinging Nettles and local farm eggs. gluten-free, vegetarian
This Breakfast Casserole has a base layer of a crescent roll dough, pork sausage (or your favorite breakfast sausage), eggs, red bell pepper, and shredded cheese. Top it with chopped chives or green onion (scallions) for serving! (Makes 12 servings)
This savory and satisfying Sausage-Hash Brown Breakfast Casserole Bake has sausage, hash browns, cheese, and eggs. It's perfect for any breakfast or brunch gathering! (12 slices).
- This post was first published on 5/14/2022
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