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Never let your eggs go to waste again with these recipes so good they’ll give you even more reason to eat an egg every day. Whether you have just two eggs left or a whole dozen, these dishes let this staple ingredient shine.
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Peel some hard-boiled eggs and wrap them in flaky, ready-made biscuits with ham and cheese inside for a breakfast you can take on the go.
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Throw together some eggs, bacon and hollandaise sauce for this easy casserole recipe you can eat any time of day.
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Scramble up some eggs and make a frittata with cooked potatoes and turnip greens, topped with goat cheese.
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You can make some super easy breakfast recipes with an Instant Pot, including this cheesy egg bake that adds cheddar cheese, bacon and hash browns to scrambled eggs.
The beauty of spaghetti carbonara is that it’s a recipe you can typically make with staple ingredients in your pantry. All you need is pasta, eggs, olive oil, Parmesan cheese and either bacon or pancetta.
There are many ways to cook an egg, and this recipe poaches them in ramekins before placing them on top of a serving of spinach and lentils.
This impossibly easy quiche recipe requires just biscuit mix, milk and eggs. It’s the perfect way to use up leftover chicken or other meats and your favorite vegetables.
Make these mini quiches with a Mexican-inspired twist using eggs, green chili, green chili salsa, breakfast meat and shredded colby jack cheese.
A simple, low-calorie dinner, this sweet potato and egg hash calls for baking 3 pounds of sweet potatoes with red bell peppers and red onion with eggs on top.
Pickled beet juice gives a fun purple color to these deviled eggs, which are then topped with pickled beets and root chips.
This veggie and cheese frittata recipe calls for a full dozen eggs perfectly scrambled, as well as your choice of grated or crumbled cheese, cooked vegetables and bacon, ham or sausage, if you feel like adding some meat.
Jalapeño cornbread is an iconic Texas dish, and this recipe is one of those dishes you didn't know you can make in a cast-iron pan.
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All you need to make this French toast casserole is some cinnamon raisin bread, milk, butter, eggs and a little bit of maple syrup.
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This bread pudding recipe is a twist on the baked Alaska — an ice cream dessert found on menus at some of the best restaurants in America. It uses brioche bread to turn it into a bread pudding.
Spain’s take on French toast is the torrija, in which the bread is soaked for hours in milk, eggs and spices such as vanilla and cinnamon before being fried.
If you love a nice, delicious taco, this is the pie for you. With a filling of beef, onion, green chiles and taco seasoning, this taco pie is topped with cheese and best served with sour cream and salsa.
If you need a recipe that will also help you finish off that gallon of milk, this combination of French toast and cornflakes is the perfect solution.
If you love cookies and creme brulee, this dessert recipe gives you the best of both worlds, with the creme brulee baked over a layer of chocolate chip cookie dough.
Mustard may seem like an unexpected ingredient to go with eggsat first, but it’s a key ingredient in any deviled eggs recipe. This recipe is super quick and super simple, combining just mustard, mayonnaise and a little bit of garlic and sugar with the yolks of hard-boiled eggs before spooning them back into the whites.
Chilaquiles are one of the best Mexican dishes you can make at home, made of corn tortillas that are cut up and then fried before being sautéed in salsa and topped with onions, cheese and a cream sauce.
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Top a sheet of puff pastry with eggs, asparagus, prosciutto and fontina cheese, and you’ll have one of the best recipes you can make for a fantastic brunch.
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