Eggs form the cornerstone of any morning meal, from quick breakfasts to lazy brunches. A healthy, low-fat protein, eggs can be turned into anything, from frittatas to souffles, Benedicts to Florentines at your next breakfast or brunch.
When the season is right, add some fresh tomatoes to kick up the flavor in this easy mushroom and egg skillet.
Get kids involved; ask them to help prepare the eggs and toast for breakfast. They can stir the cheese into the corn bread batter or add the finely shredded basil to the eggs and hash browns.
This Mexican-inspired egg and vegetable recipe, made in a skillet, is a low-calorie, high-protein breakfast.
Give your leftover beans and sprouts a second chance in this tasty egg dish.
Some like it hot; others like it even hotter. Mild enchilada sauce gives this skillet dish plenty of spiciness. If you're after extra spicy foods, use hot enchilada sauce or Monterey Jack cheese with jalapeno peppers.
Bored with the same old egg dishes at brunch? Try this combination of spinach, eggs, and a mustard vinaigrette.
Wrap crescent rolls around cheese, bacon, and a hard-cooked egg half for a quick breakfast of lunch.
Cook this egg-filled bread slice until golden brown then top with Swiss cheese, avocado, and tomato for a nutritious breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Easy!
In France this breakfast is pain perdu, which, loosely translated, means lost bread or French toast. This recipe is a good way to serve day-old breads.
A meal-in-itself, this recipe calls for eggs, vegetables, and tortillas. It's versatile enough for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
Healthy and packed with flavors built around arugula, goat cheese, and caramelized onion, these omelets can be enjoyed for an easy meal any time of day.
Add scrambled eggs to a ham and cheese sandwich. Serve it with fruit for a quick breakfast or brunch.
This two-serving egg dish is topped with sugar snap peas and cherry tomatoes. Serve it for breakfast or a light dinner. When grape or cherry tomatoes are unavailable, substitute any small chopped tomato.
This Italian frittata recipe is endlessly customizable. Sausage, beef or chicken would work wonderfully in place of the pepperoni, and nearly any cheese would result in melty perfection.