Eggs are a wonderful, versatile ingredient and they make for a wonderful breakfast to tide you over until lunchtime. Because they’re full of protein as well as flavor, cooking eggs for breakfast is always a good idea.
We have collected a slew of egg recipes that will fill you up and give you energy without wasting your valuable time. Whether you work in an office, stay at home or need to feed a crowd effortlessly, we have a perfect recipe to help! So go on, peruse our list of egg-cellent (sorry, I couldn’t resist) egg dishes and start your day with something delicious.
Savory, salty muffins can be made ahead and heated up for a quick breakfast on-the-go. Full of bacon and whole eggs, these muffins are an easy and delicious way to start the day.
Here is a delicious, savory bread pudding that uses bagels in place of the more-often-used sliced bread. Make this casserole the day before you plan to eat it and simply bake for about 45 minutes to enjoy a delicious meal that requires minimal effort.
These protein-packed baked eggs are simple to put together and don’t require a super-specific set of ingredients. You can tailor them to your tastes and have a delicious breakfast in next to no time! Set the ramekins up the night before, with everything except the egg, then simply crack an egg on top in the morning and bake for 20 minutes. It couldn’t be easier!
Don’t reserve this tasty strata just for Easter. It’s full of great ingredients like ham, cheese, and asparagus that can easily be substituted with whatever flavors you prefer as well as what is in season. You can easily cut this into portions once it is cooked and freeze them individually to heat up for an easy weekday breakfast.
A quiche can be enjoyed hot or cold, so it is a great easy breakfast to have already made.
This egg bake recipe is a great way to cook a lot of eggs that are full of flavor. This dish can be fully cooked ahead of time, portioned and reheated as needed.
Here’s a recipe for early risers who don’t have time to spare! Simple prepare everything the night before (mix the eggs together and keep them in an airtight container). In the morning, simply throw everything into a slow cooker and carry on with your busy morning.
Here’s another slow cooker recipe that’s perfect for a busy morning. Simple mix everything together and then set it and forget it. Eggs cheese, chiles and tortilla chips — what more could you possibly want to start the day off right?
Another delicious breakfast casserole that is full of tasty ingredients like mushrooms, crumbled sausage, bell pepper, and onion. Make it the night before and leave it in the fridge until you are ready to cook it in the oven for about half an hour.
This tortilla strata is full of flavor. Cumin, Cheddar cheese, tomatoes, corn, sour cream, and salsa come together harmoniously in this easy make-ahead breakfast bake.
Like quiche, a frittata can be enjoyed at any temperature. Eaten cold or hot, this frittata is a great breakfast choice that will satisfy everyone at the table.
This is more of an assembly ahead of time recipe than a cook-ahead one, so make this on the weekend, when you have the time but perhaps lack some of the energy to make a hearty and delicious breakfast. This recipe combines the popular flavors of eggs Benedict into an easy to make one-dish casserole. Cook everything you need to prep the day before and simply assemble and cook in the morning.
Here’s a delicious dish that reheats very well. Make it the night before and simply warm it in the oven for a filling dish that’s full of flavor.
For anyone avoiding egg yolks, this is the frittata for you. Garlic and goat cheese add creaminess and zip to this super-healthy egg white frittata.
Here’s another egg white frittata that uses sun-dried tomatoes to impart a bold flavor. Cook the night before and gently reheat in the oven or enjoy straight from the fridge.
Make a batch of egg and ham sandwiches over the weekend to enjoy an indulgent breakfast throughout the week.
These burritos can be ready to eat, straight from the freezer in less than 90 seconds, the perfect readymade morning meal.
These egg cups are loaded with vegetables and cooked in a muffin tin for perfect individually sized servings. Store them in an airtight container in the fridge and simple reheat them in the microwave.
Though this isn’t, strictly speaking, a make-ahead meal, it is too simple and too delicious to leave out. You can make things even easier by assembling everything except the cracked egg the night before, then enjoy your ridiculously easy microwave eggs Florentine the next morning.
Another recipe that makes good use of a muffin pan, these mini crust-less quiches are a tasty and easy breakfast to make ahead and eat on the go.
These mini morning egg bites take just 30 minutes to bake and will last in the refrigerator for up to five days.
To make these ahead of time, mix together the egg mixture and store it in the fridge in an airtight container. In the morning, simply pop open a tube of biscuits and turn them into little nests for your eggs. They take less than 25 minutes to cook, definitely worth it for hot, flaky, breakfast bisuits, don’t you think?
You won’t have an excuse to skip breakfast if you make these little egg white muffins. A perfect combination of protein and vegetables — and with just 50 calories per muffin, it’s had to say no to these for breakfast.
Here is a delicious quiche recipe that can be enjoyed any time of day at any temperature. So make use of the super-quick prep time, make it the night before, and enjoy it for a delicious light and fluffy breakfast.
These wonton egg cups are crunchy on the outside, fluffy on the inside, and loaded with mushroom and cherry tomatoes. Store them in the fridge and heat them up in an oven to re-crisp the crunchy wonton shell.
These paleo baked egg muffins are less than 100 calories each and can be filled with your choice of delicious ingredients.
If you want a handheld, protein-packed breakfast you can take on the go, these delicious, flavorful frittatas will give you plenty of energy for a busy day.
Quiche need not be a fussy affair. By using store-bought pie crusts and a slow cooker, you’ll hardly realize you’re cooking!
Make this during the day at a leisurely pace and reheat it for a tasty breakfast over the next few days.
Mini-quiche is a great way to make breakfast ahead of time. They freeze well, can easily be reheated, and are so satisfying to eat.
The hash can be made the night before and reheated in the morning. Simply crack eggs into the hash and heat everything up in the oven.