Eggs: A Dozen Recipes

on August 22, 2011

Our 12 favorite recipes

Poached, scrambled, hard-boiled or fried; used in quiches, casseroles or frittatas--eggs are one of the most versatile foods out there, perfect for any meal of the day. However you like your eggs, we’ve compiled 12 flavorful and unique recipes, so get cracking.

Baked Eggs with Mushrooms

Smothered in melted cheddar cheese, chock full of hearty ham pieces, this baked egg dish will start your day on a delicious note. Get the recipe

Broccoli and Cheese Quiche

Made with mostly egg whites, this quiche is lower in fat than traditional recipes. Get the recipe

Deviled Egg Potato Salad

Two old standbys, deviled eggs and potato salad, join forces to make a potato salad that’s a real crowd pleaser. Get the recipe

Frittata with Chard and Whole-Wheat Spaghetti

This seemingly "kitchen sink" approach to a frittata comes together surprisingly well, with lots of fun and flavor. Get the recipe

Hawaiian Benedict

Featuring pineapple chunks and Hawaiian sweet bread, this tropical take on eggs Benedict evokes the feel and flavors of the islands. Get the recipe

Bim's Huevos Rancheros

This Tex Mex-inspired dish of tortillas, eggs, cheese and jalapenos is guaranteed to spice up your morning. Get the recipe

Southwestern Breakfast Casserole

Spanish chorizo and jalapeno peppers add a flavorful kick to this make-ahead egg casserole. Get the recipe

Swiss Chard Scramble

Power up your morning with a cheesy egg scramble starring nutrient-packed Swiss chard. Get the recipe

Eggs Benedict with Avocado

Deli turkey meat and creamy avocado slices bring an innovative twist to a classic benedict. Get the recipe

Utah Omelet

The Blue Plate Diner shares their hassle-free omelet, perfect for an easy breakfast or dinner. Get the recipe

Frittata with Ham and Vegetables

It’s a Sunday brunch-friendly ham-and-cheese breakfast you’ll soon make your kitchen standard. Get the recipe

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Green Eggs and Ham Cups

Miniature quiches give kid appeal to cottage cheese, spinach and ham in this nod to Dr. Seuss. Get the recipe