Tired of bland cereal or fruit smoothies for breakfast? I have 32 egg recipes that will give your morning meal an upgrade!
Eggs are among the most-loved pantry ingredients, and it’s easy to see why.
Besides being affordable, eggs are a great source of protein, vitamins, and minerals.
Eggs are easy to prepare, too!
Best of all, there are tons of creative ways to include this nutrient-dense ingredient in your breakfast or brunch recipes.
Ready to find your new morning mealtime favorites? Let’s go through these egg recipes, one by one!
32 Egg Recipes for Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner!
These egg boats aren’t just pretty to look at. They’re fun to eat, too! The best part? They’re super easy to make.
All you have to do is bring out some sourdough baguettes. Make a V-shaped hollow in the center of each loaf, then put in all the ingredients.
Once baked, every bite of these egg boats will give you a tasty combination of eggs, pork belly, cheese, and onion.
Creamy, drippy, soft yolks on top of avocado toast — this is the kind of breakfast I could eat all day long.
If you have already perfected the art of poaching eggs, you can make this yummy, healthy breakfast in 10 minutes or less.
Sprinkle some parmesan cheese and fresh herbs on top, then serve with fresh quartered tomatoes for a hearty meal.
Frittata is an Italian egg-based dish that you can fill with just about anything. Yup, even leftovers! So, for this recipe, you can unleash your creativity.
Depending on the frittata’s filling, you can serve this dish any time of the day.
For instance, load it up with some protein and veggies to make a fabulous brunch meal.
The secret to making an excellent frittata is to build layers of flavors. How do you do that?
Simple. Just season the add-ins (veggies or meat) and eggs separately.
If you love all things savory, then you’ll want this dish on your breakfast plate immediately!
Fortunately for you, this recipe is quick and easy.
All it takes is cooking basic scrambled eggs and adding pieces of hot smoked salmon.
Serve with avocado toast or a crunchy kale salad for a filling breakfast.
This egg and grilled cheese mash-up is one of the best offerings at Du’s Donuts in NYC.
The recipe yields something quite similar to a grilled cheese sandwich, only better. Fluffy, soft eggs lie underneath a slice of creamy American cheese.
If you haven’t had eggs and cheese together, seriously, you have to try this sandwich!
Like a frittata, these egg muffin cups are so versatile. You can use any ingredients you have on-hand.
While this recipe creates muffins with bacon strips and veggies, you can make yours 100% vegetarian or meaty, if you like.
For a healthy grab-and-go breakfast, I’m sure these egg muffins are well worth the 30 minutes of your time.
Remember the baked egg boats a while ago? This is another version that you’ll love.
Instead of French baguettes, you’ll bake the eggs and other ingredients inside fresh avocados.
Baked stuffed avocado is a must-have if you want a delicious breakfast with an impressive nutrient boost.
It’s all thanks to the quality protein from eggs and tons of fiber from avocados.
Who says oatmeal should always be sweet? Not me, ever since I tried this savory cheddar version.
Of course, everything’s better with eggs. For this recipe, you’ll just need to fry the egg and put it on top of the oatmeal.
Meanwhile, the oatmeal itself has cheddar cheese, red peppers, and onions. It’s a perfect combination for a pleasant, savory taste.
This oven-baked meal holds a classic breakfast combination: ham and eggs! Add the oh-so-yummy cheese, and you won’t be able to get enough of this meal.
For this recipe, you’ll just need to follow the foolproof dump-and-bake method. So really, there’s not much work to do.
Bake the ham and cheese in a custard of eggs and milk. This breakfast is simple but flavorful!
Get a taste of the most epic breakfast burger without leaving your home. Introducing: the copycat recipe of Carl’s Jr. Breakfast Burger.
Imagine a pair of glorious seeded buns packed with crispy bacon, American cheese, scrambled eggs, hash brown, and seared beef patty.
Ah, just thinking about it makes me hungry!
With this recipe, you can whip up THE breakfast of champions any time of the day.
Enchilada is a Mexican corn tortilla swimming in a creamy sauce. The fillings for this dish may vary from meats to beans to vegetables.
For this recipe, expect a combination of ham, veggies, and cheese.
These ingredients are super easy to find in your kitchen pantry. You’ll finish prepping them in no time.
Top the enchiladas with a seasoned egg mixture before refrigerating overnight.
Bake the next day to create a refreshing breakfast that will feed a hungry crowd!
12. Pain Perdu
Pain perdu allows you to put your day-old, stale bread into good use. This ingredient is not just preferred but required.
Why? Because stale bread does a fine job of soaking up the delicious custard batter.
Pain perdu is a well-loved American breakfast, also known as French toast. If you love indulging in a sweet dish first thing in the morning, you’ll adore this recipe.
For the garnish, you can’t go wrong with maple syrup, powdered sugar, almond slices, and fresh strawberries.
For a filling breakfast casserole, I love using the original Bisquick mix in addition to my choice of proteins, veggies, and dairy.
The best thing about this recipe is that it’s so easy to whip up. You can do it even on a lazy Sunday morning.
Because Bisquick breakfast casserole is savory, it’s perfect with something sweet on the side. Nothing beats a parfait or fruit bowl for me!
14. Huevos Rancheros
Huevos Rancheros is a classic Mexican breakfast dish that gives a tasty combination of flavors. It’s cheesy, spicy, salty, and everything you want in a savory dish.
The ingredients are easy to find in the nearest grocery store. You can make this breakfast meal any time you’re craving some Mexican goodness.
In 25 minutes, you’ll have corn tortillas topped with black beans, sunny side up eggs, and lots of warm sauce!
Making a quiche doesn’t have to be so challenging and time-consuming. If you have a pre-made pie crust, use it.
To make things extra simple, you can use any ingredients for the filling, but adding milk and eggs are a must.
Not a fan of a crusty breakfast? You can make this recipe crustless by pouring the egg mixture first right into the pan!
Breakfast casseroles are irresistible, I know! So here’s another must-try recipe featuring the mighty, meaty Italian sausage.
Like any other Italian dish, this casserole also has the country’s beloved ingredients: cheese, tomatoes, and green onions.
The best part? This dish is delicious even when hot or cold. No worries if you want another breakfast meal for dinner.
A breakfast burrito is perfect for busy mornings, as you can just grab it and go. The short ingredient list also means that it’s super easy to make.
This burrito has all the foods you love for breakfast — sausage, cheese, eggs, onions, and peppers.
It’s so flavorful, you’ll finish it before you reach your destination.
Tired of quesadillas with plain cheese? Time to upgrade this recipe with some ham and eggs.
I’ve tried different versions of this dish, but nothing beats the combination of ham, egg, and cheese for a breakfast quesadilla.
Do you prefer having some veggies in the morning? Chopped broccoli florets are great for these quesadillas!
19. Breakfast Tacos
Breakfast tacos are the best! They’re mini-tortillas with scrambled eggs, hash browns, bacon, and cheese.
These cute and filling tacos will be a hit with the kids. But I’m pretty sure the adults won’t say no to this well-spiced dish either!
What’s good about Denver omelets? Well, for one, they’re anything but bland! These omelets burst with flavors from ham, veggies, and cheese.
And if you haven’t had a baked omelet before, now’s the time to try it. This recipe yields a soft and flavor-packed omelet.
It’s also low-carb, so you can take a bite without the guilt!
Everyone will rave about this savory bread pudding layered with bacon, asparagus, and Hollandaise sauce. It’s Eggs Benedict dressed up as a casserole.
Like other casserole recipes, this dish can feed a crowd. In less than an hour, you’ll make a rich, creamy, and tasty breakfast with 10 servings.
French toast casserole is a custard-soaked bread baked to perfection, so the outside is crunchy!
Smother this casserole in maple syrup to make your sweet breakfast extra delightful.
Take it a notch higher (yup, that’s still possible) by using fresh berries as a topping.
Need something for breakfast, lunch, or a late-night snack?
How about a crunchy fried egg sandwich with cheese and bacon? Oh yeah, that’ll hit the spot!
It comes together in a snap, and it’ll keep you fueled until your next meal.
Plus, it’s easy to modify. So feel free to leave out the bacon, add more bacon, or smear some BBQ sauce over the bread. Yum!
Best for on-the-go moms, this make-ahead recipe yields a warm cheesy breakfast that will leave the entire family with full tummies!
The combination of sausage, eggs, and biscuits just works. Top it off with cheese, and you’ll have a new favorite casserole.
Assemble everything overnight, so you only have to pop it in the oven the next day.
The last casserole recipe on the list features hash browns as its main ingredient. But of course, this dish won’t be complete without eggs, sausage, and cheese.
Oh, did I mention you can add veggies too? Yup, this casserole takes on many forms. Feel free to add veggies of your choice.
The preparation is pretty easy too. Just chop, mix, and bake.
26. Breakfast Strata
Okay, this is (yet again) a breakfast casserole, but it’s different from the rest. It’s in cake form!
This dish is crunchy on the outside and custardy on the inside. Plus, it only needs breakfast essentials like eggs, bacon, bread, cheese, and milk.
Obviously, you’ll have to use a cake pan instead of a casserole dish. The fun part is serving this breakfast meal as slices of “cake.”
27. Turkish Eggs
Fried eggs can be boring, so why not put a unique Turkish twist on them?
The combination of chili butter and whipped feta cheese will make this dish creamy and slightly spicy.
Serve with toasted bagels, avocado slices, and garlicky greens for a complete and hearty breakfast meal.
Want some fluffy and extra light pancakes? The secret is to whip the egg whites! Do this before adding them to the buttermilk and egg yolks.
After making the pancakes, make sure you have extra eggs. Scramble them for a classic pancake topping!
29. Baked Custard
Make a dessert for breakfast with this easy-peasy baked custard recipe.
Smooth, creamy, and with only six ingredients, you can whip up this comfort food in less than an hour.
This custard looks so inviting when sprinkled with nutmeg and topped with whipped cream. Yum!
Who doesn’t love a good muffin? This one combines banana and chocolate — the ultimate breakfast duo. It’s crowd-friendly and definitely kid-friendly, too!
Instead of chocolate chips, you’ll have to use chocolate chunks for this recipe. That means soft and moist muffins with lots of chocolatey goodness.
This fried rice recipe only needs four ingredients — bacon, rice, eggs, and green onions.
This dish is also perfect to use up leftovers.
This fried rice is so filling, and you can also serve it for lunch or dinner. Any time is a good time, really!
Hot sauce is optional for this dish, but a little spice won’t hurt anybody (I hope).
Need a quick breakfast for busy school mornings? These egg cups will be your new best friend.
You can make this recipe ahead of time so you won’t go crazy about breakfast the next morning.
The best part? This recipe allows you to use the kids’ favorite ingredients and customize the egg cups.
Add a sprinkle of cheese because everyone loves that. Throw in some veggies, too, for a nutritious meal!
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