100+ Egg Recipes for Breakfast, Brunch, and Dinner 11


Nest box overflowing? Here are more than 100 ways to use them up. #localbite

Springtime generally means an uptick in fresh egg production for those of us who have laying hens. My girls are no exception, and we count on eggs as one of our local food standbys. And that is wonderful, except for one teeny, tiny issue: It’s really easy to get tired of eggs. (Scrambled, hard boiled, fried, repeat.) We needed some new egg recipes!

I asked a bunch of blogging friends to share their favorite egg recipes with me to break up the monotony  find new ways to use up our abundance. If you’re lucky enough to have a steady source of fresh eggs, I’m sure you’ll find at least one recipe here you’d like to try.

While our eggs come right from the backyard, some of the ingredients called for in these recipes—olive oil, coconut flour, maple syrup, ghee—are hard for most of us to source locally. Let me let you in on a little money-saving secret: Thrive Market. They have wholesome ingredients, at wholesale prices and all available online for folks living in the continental U.S.

Now. How about those egg recipes?

 

Scrambled and Fried

Basil for Breakfast [Little Owl, Crunchy Momma]

Carrot Egg Scramble [Raia’s Recipes]

Spinach Omelette for Two [jarOhoney]

Green Eggs and Ham [Real Food and Real Fitness]

Quiche Lorraine from Reformation Acres

Frittata and Quiche

Quiche Lorraine [Reformation Acres]

Bacon and Cauliflower Frittata [Little Owl, Crunchy Momma]

Crustless Quiche [Ever Growing Farm]

Rustic Summer Squash Frittata [Recipes to Nourish]

Fabulous Frittata [Lil’ Suburban Homestead]

Frittata…Your Way [Simple Clean Living]

Frittata Muffins with Caramelized Onions, Kale, and Golden Raisins [Recipes to Nourish]

Gluten Free Artichoke and Cheese Quiche [Don’t Mess With Mama]

Vegetable Quiche [jarOhoney]

BLT Breakfast Bake [A Happy Healthnut]

Crustless Beet Quiche [Fresh Bites Daily]

Grain free cinnamon raisin muffins from The Real Food Guide

Muffins, Pancakes, & French Toast

Grain-Free Coconut Muffins [Kitchen Stewardship]

Autumn Spiced Pumpkin Pancakes [Kitchen Stewardship]

Paleo Blueberry Muffins [Paleo Gone Sassy]

Amazing Applesauce Muffins [Intoxicated on Life]

Grain-Free Cinnamon Raisin Muffins [The Real Food Guide]

Peaches ‘n Cream Overnight French Toast [Real Food Outlaws]

Egg Salad from Blue Yurt Farms

Savory bites

Egg Salad from Farm Fresh Eggs [Blue Yurt Farms]

Eggs Florentine [Nourishing Minimalism]

Easy Weeknight Mexican Eggs [Life Currents]

Pizza Poppers [Real Food Carolyn]

Shakshuka [Economies of Kale]

Spinach Souffle Cups [jarOhoney]

Mini Yorkshire Puddings [The Provision Room]

Gluten Free Cheesy Biscuits [Intoxicated on Life]

Creamy Swiss Chard and Eggs [Live Simply]

Cubano Benedict [Cavegirl Cuisine]

Grain free sweet potato brownies from Raia's Recipes

Sweet Treats

Liliko‘i Bread [Attainable Sustainable]

Paleo Banana Bread [Gutsy by Nature]

Sprouted Angel Food Cake [Simple Clean Living]

Flourless Chocolate Torte [Recipes to Nourish]

Coconut Macaroons [Common Sense Homesteading]

Flourless Chocolate Mousse Cake [The Urban Ecolife]

Chocolate Waffles [A Girl Worth Saving]

Peanut Butter & Chocolate Cheesecake [Intoxicated on Life]

Paleo Sweet Potato Pie [Hollywood Homestead]

Paleo Macaroons [Hollywood Homestead]

Not enough variety for you? Check out 60 more Egg-Cellent Egg Recipes from Grow a Good Life! (And of course you will want to save your eggshells for the garden, right?)

 


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11 thoughts on “100+ Egg Recipes for Breakfast, Brunch, and Dinner

  • Rachel Arseault

    Thank you for these recipe ideas. My 7 girls are laying 5-6 eggs a day. I am giving some away but really appreciate new ways to use eggs. Thank you as well for sharing my blog link to “Over 60 Egg-Cellent Egg Collection.”

  • April

    Hey Kris, I just learned something new with eggs. Fresh eggs are the absolute best for poaching. No need for vinegar in the water, or whisking a little whirlpool. The fresher the white, the more it naturally adheres to itself. I thought I was the worst egg poacher in the world, but it turns out I’m amazing at it with fresh eggs! I can even do more than one at a time, which is key when we are a family of 8. I use my 12 inch skillet. I cannot wait for tomato season to make a BLT with a poached egg on it (I didn’t see that one on your list). Oh the cravings!

  • anna

    I always have an open empty jar of my homemade dill pickles going and i make a batch of boiled eggs once a week and throw them in the jar with the leftover pickle juice, dill and garlic.. the kids love these!!

    • Kris Bordessa Post author

      I’m going to have to try this!

  • Debi @ Life Currents

    Thanks so much for including my Mexican Weeknight Skillet Eggs. It’s so easy, your readers will love it. And, I can’t wait to look at all the other ideas here. I love eggs. Such a great food! Thanks for all your hard work to gather these.

  • Cavegirl Cuisine

    Thanks so much for including my “Cubano Benedict” is this egglicious round-up!
    Have a great day,
    Michelle
    “Cavegirl Cuisine”

  • KarenLynn

    Eggs are absolutely my most favorite food! I so enjoyed this post and so glad you shared my frittata recipe too 🙂

  • My Productive Backyard

    Great list, I do love a fresh egg and my kids help make sure I never get a huge glut at home. I wrote about my favourite way to eat farm fresh, totally organic eggs on my blog last week – and Im not going to lie, its with buttery hollandaise sauce and fresh asparagus. Check it out! http://bit.ly/1sEaE0l

  • Juliet

    My favorite way to wash my hair is an egg yolk!