Scrambled. Hard-boiled. Over easy. There’s no wrong way to eat an egg. And, luckily, there’s no wrong way to cook one either. We uncovered 8 easy recipes that feature the egg as the star ingredient. Get egg-cited (we sure are!).
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3. Potato Skillet With Baked Eggs
If you need a breakfast worth waking up for this is it. While the dish from The Hot Plate Community certainly looks restaurant fancy, it’s a cinch to make. Click here for the 411.
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4. Simple Deviled Eggs
Done right deviled eggs don’t have to be the calorie-ridden bites you’re used to. Mom’s Kitchen Handbook came up with a recipe that’s healthy and delicious. Get the entire recipe by clicking here.
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If you’ve taken your kids out to sushi, chances are they’ve chowed down on tamagoyaki (basically, an egg omelette over rice). Make your own at home using this recipe. You can even cut your egg into fun shapes.
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6. Perfect Hard-Boiled Eggs
Too runny, too yellow, too overcooked. Hard-boiled eggs can be tricky to perfect. Good news: we love this tutorial from Martha Stewart. In fact, our Editorial Director only uses this method when hard boiling eggs.
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7. Scrambled Eggs
You can’t go wrong with scrambled eggs. Everyone has their own method to making this breakfast favorite, but we’re partial to these tips from BBC Good Food.
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8. Egg McMuffin
Show your kids that fast food isn’t all that it’s cracked up to be with this homemade Egg McMuffin that packs in the flavor without all of the unhealthy ingredients. Click here to get the full recipe from Weelicious.
What’s your favorite egg-tastic recipe? Leave a comment below! We want to hear from you.
— Erin Lem