15 Awesome Breakfast Recipes with Eggs
From eggs Benedict to frittatas to breakfast casseroles, people love to cook with eggs. Check out these 15 Awesome Breakfast Recipes with Eggs for inspiration!
Happy World Egg Day, my friends! Since 1996, World Egg Day is celebrated every year on the second Friday in October. From eggs Benedict to frittatas to breakfast casseroles, people around the globe love to cook with eggs. Check out these 15 Awesome Breakfast Recipes with Eggs and then scroll down to the bottom of the post for some Egg Trivia!
* This post is sponsored by the American Egg Board.
Here are links to the recipes in the photo above, from top to bottom and left to right:
- Eggs Benedict with BBQ Hollandaise
- Egg and Avocado Breakfast Flatbread from Dine & Dish
- How to Make Soft-Boiled Eggs from How Sweet Eats
- Make-Ahead Huevos Rancheros Wraps
- Baked Eggs in Stuffed Peppers from Foodie Crush
- Brunch Nachos from What’s Gaby Cooking
- Overnight Prosciutto and Goat Cheese Egg Bake
- Microwave Breakfast Flatbread Pizza from The Incredible Egg
- Southern Breakfast Casserole from Add a Pinch
- Mini Frittatas
- Pickled Eggs from Simply Recipes
- Kale, Red Pepper, and Goat Cheese Frittata from Aggie’s Kitchen
- Make-Ahead Sausage Breakfast Casserole from Fifteen Spatulas
- Bacon & Cheddar Deviled Eggs from The Incredible Egg
- Eggs in Purgatory from She Wears Many Hats
Happy World Egg Day!
My family goes through alot of eggs, and I am happy to celebrate eggs as a good and affordable source of high-quality protein. I also know that eggs play a vital role in feeding people around the world.
Eggs are a universal food and an important part of cuisines around the globe. Every culture has its own recipes for egg dishes. Although some of these dishes have different names and often include different flavors, many are similar. Check out the collection of World Egg Day Recipes at The Incredible Egg for inspiration.
Then brush up on some Egg Trivia with fun facts provided by The Incredible Egg!
- The U.S. ranks as one of the top countries in egg consumption per capita at 263 eggs in 2014. Mexico leads the way at a whopping 352, followed by Malaysia (343).
- Thirty-two countries across the world celebrate World Egg Day each year.
- Hens lay approximately 286 eggs per year (about an egg every 1.5 days) – even hens need a day off, every now and then!
- Most eggs are laid between 8-11 a.m.
- Shell color has no effect on nutrient content as nutrient content is determined by the hen’s feed. The only difference is white-feathered chickens lay white eggs and red-feathered ones lay brown eggs.
- At an average of just 20 cents per piece, eggs are one of the most affordable source of high-quality protein.
- Eggs are a nutritional powerhouse, with one egg containing six grams of high-quality protein and all 9 essential amino acids, for 70 calories.
- In 1978, Howard Helmer, the Omelet King, successfully broke the Guinness Book of World Records for omelet making. Helmer gained his new world title by cooking 217 omelets in 30 minutes.
- The hundred folds in a Chef’s toque (hat) represent the hundred ways to cook an egg.
Also visit IncredibleEgg.org for a variety of recipes, nutrition information and more!
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