29 egg recipes for a different healthy breakfast every day of the week
We all know eggs are really good for us, right? So I’ve compiled this handy list of 29 healthy egg recipes from some of the best food bloggers on the internet.
I want to start by briefly explaining the nutritional profile of eggs, and why they’re so darned good for us.
Eggs contain all of the amino acids our bodies need, making them a perfect source of protein. They’re also a natural source of omega-3 fatty acids, vitamins A, D E & B12, antioxidants, iron and choline.
I eat eggs almost every day, usually for breakfast or lunch. Soft boiled eggs are my favourite, especially now that I can cook them in my pressure cooker. I pop the eggs into the pot, seal the lid, set the timer, and about ten minutes later I have perfectly cooked eggs, with runny yolks. It doesn’t get much easier than that!
The only downside to eating a lot of eggs is that it can get boring sometimes. So that’s why I called on some of my food blogger friends for recipe inspiration, and boy did they deliver!
What you’ll find below is a collection of egg recipes that’ll give you plenty of exciting new ideas to try.
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Here are my 3 best healthy egg recipes
If you think poaching eggs is hard, then this video is for you, it’s really not! Of course there are lots of appliances & gadgets you can use, but why not be brave and give it a go the old fashioned way?
I love egg muffins because they’re so versatile. Keep them in your freezer, and you’ll always have a healthy meal or snack to grab and go!
Scrambled eggs are even better when you supercharge them with some turmeric and extra veggies.
Let’s continue with some more scrambled egg variations
As Ashley from Adamant Kitchen says of her Lebanese eggs: “Simple homemade scrambled eggs become an exotic treat when you dress them up with Lebanese style. Toasted pine nuts add a bit of crunch while savory lamb and spices give the food depth.”
These pizza style eggs from Cook It Real Good are quick and easy to whip up, even on a busy morning. Thanks Cassie!
Neil of Neil’s Healthy Meals says that this is Indian scrambled eggs made the healthy way. They sound pretty darned delicious to me, too!
Moving on to Shakshuka and baked eggs
Emma Eats and Explores gives us her gorgeous take on Shakshuka, her Moroccan baked eggs.
Hilda of Hilda’s Kitchen blog says that this Vegan Shakshuka recipe is one that was developed over time. Well I, for one, am glad she took the time!
These eggs in purgatory by Claudia Canu sound quite dramatic, and I can’t wait to try this recipe.
Helene, you had me at feta! Masala Herb adds feta to this already fabulous shakshuka dish.
Happy Kitchen Rocks puts a different spin on traditional shakshuka, with this green shakshuka recipe. Try this one if you’re a fan of asparagus and greens.
And to wrap up this section, The Nutrition Lady brings us these healthy vegetarian ricotta and spinach baked eggs, that are ready in just 15 minutes, yummo!
Now let’s get into some casseroles, oven bakes and frittatas
Pepperoni pizza egg casserole, anyone? Everyday Maven gives us this dairy free recipe.
This healthy strata bake by Kidgredients uses layers of sweet potato and zucchini instead of bread. It’s loaded with veggies and it’s kid friendly too.
Whitney Bond has created this delicious crockpot breakfast casserole with a Greek twist. Throw everything in your slow cooker and wake up to a healthy vegetarian brekkie.
This easy to make egg breakfast casserole from The Rising Spoon is a combination of a quiche, frittata and souffle. I’m looking forward to making it!
Sweet leeks, creamy goat cheese, and delicately earthy sage make for a lovely blend of flavours in this frittata by Gluten Free Homestead.
Have you ever wondered if you could make a healthy breakfast dish in your air fryer? Well wonder no more! Tatiana from Berry & Maple has created this air fryer breakfast frittata recipe.
If you’re looking for an easy egg bake that’s low carb, keto, grain and gluten free, then this one from Joy Filled Eats is for you!
Nicky from Kitchen Sanctuary swears there’s no tomato in this amazing shakshuka style egg breakfast bake. I do love tomatoes, but this sounds great for a change from the regular!
Have you ever thought about using lentils in your breakfast? Try this poached egg & lentil hash from Homemade & Yummy.
Who says brussel sprouts are just for dinner? Indeed! Vicki Bensinger brings us a delish veggie hash, starring the humble brussel sprout.
How about baking eggs inside veggies?
I love the idea of these baked peppers stuffed with an egg and veggie mix, by Bites of Wellness.
Goat’s cheese and Dill, Leek and Prosciutto, or Tomato Avocado. I can’t decide which one of these mushroom baked eggs from My Kitchen Love to try first.
Three of my favourite breakfast ingredients come together in this baked avocado, salmon & eggs by In Carina’s Kitchen.
How fabulous do these eggs in sweet potato apple nests from Tasting Page look? I need to try these ASAP!
We can’t finish up without some Mexican inspired eggs, so here you go!
Just looking at Love and Good Stuff’s breakfast tostadas makes me smile. It also makes me want to put them on tomorrow’s breakfast plan.
Did someone say The Food Blog’s breakfast tacos? Yes please! Bacon & eggs, and tacos for brekkie sounds pretty flippin’ good.
So there you have it folks. You’ve now got lots of new ways to use eggs so that your breakfasts will never be boring again, you’re welcome!
After you’ve tried some of these amazing egg recipes, why not get a little adventurous and try some unconventional breakfasts?
Like this BREKKIE MUG, which is best described as baked oats, cooked in a mug in the microwave!
Or this BANANA MOUSSE PUDDING, which is yummy as a brekkie, or dessert.
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