Top-Rated Egg Recipes
Eggcellent Recipes That Will Never Be Boring
Whether it's a hurried weekday morning, a romantic meal in bed, or a big family gathering, the occasion will be memorable with our most popular egg dishes. Readers couldn't get enough of the featured recipes, and we know why—they just sound too cozy to pass up.
First up: This nutrient-rich bowl features tender kale and a deliciously runny poached egg. Mix and match those greens and grains! Sub farro or quinoa for brown rice, and spinach, chard, or cabbage for kale.
Shirred Eggs with Marinara and Feta
For a breakfast both simple and special make shirred eggs. Just crack eggs into small vessels and bake until set, adding flavorful toppers for extra flair. Ramekins will work, but colorful mini cocottes make the dish a dazzler.
Acorn Squash Egg-in-the-Hole
Remember that childhood breakfast favorite, a piece of toast with an egg cooked into its cutout center? Well, try this stunning grown-up twist that replaces the bread with baked slices of acorn squash. Mornings are looking sunny-side up!
Bacon and Egg Sandwiches with Caramelized Onions and Arugula
This upscale twist on the traditional breakfast sandwich features sweet, tender caramelized onion and peppery arugula. A fresh fruit salad would be a good accompaniment.
BLT Salad with Eggs Sunny Side Up
This bacon, lettuce, and tomato salad with sunny side eggs is a healthy alternative to the classic BLT sandwich. It's a light and fresh veggie-packed salad that's hearty enough for a satisfying meal.
Lemon Curd with Berries
In this custard, citrus juice stands in for milk as the base liquid, thickened by egg yolks. Butter gives the curd a glorious sheen. Garnish with mint leaves for a spot of green color.
Vegetable Hash with Poached Eggs
If pizza or pasta is your go-to solution for meatless meals, switch it up and try a vegetable hash instead. Here, a beautiful poached egg tops a bowl of hearty, fibrous vegetables to create a balanced vegetarian meal in a flash.
Minced Beef with Bok Choy and Fried Egg
In just 20 minutes, this meaty dish pops with flavor. For a little extra heat and a pop of color, drizzle a few drops of Sriracha over the eggs right before serving.
Deviled Eggs with Pickled Onions
Be sure to offer finger foods like deviled eggs that guests can enjoy with a drink in one hand. Steaming produces perfectly cooked, easy-to-peel eggs every time. You can cook the eggs and prepare the filling two days in advance, but wait to fill the whites until the day you plan to serve them.
Eggs Poached in Curried Tomato Sauce
This egg-and-sauce dish is a far cry from the classic Benedict, yet not completely unrelated. A whole-wheat English muffin is a nice vehicle for the sauce and egg, but so is brown basmati rice, or a whole-grain paratha or other chewy flatbread.
Reader cbenz2295 served the dish with warm naan and a green salad. "My whole family loved this dish and asked that I make it regularly for dinner...It's easy, inexpensive and super fast to make."
Green Pea and Asparagus Soup with Poached Eggs and Toast
Light, lovely, and lush, this egg-topped soup is all you need for a well-rounded spring supper.
Herbed Ricotta Tart
Perfect any time of day, this Herbed Ricotta Tart gets a headstart by incorporating a refrigerated pizza crust dough. Dill and chives add fresh, fragrant flavor.
"I followed this recipe exactly and it was fabulous," praises sprater1. "Used fresh herbs from my garden. My kids (4 and 6 years old) loved it too!"
If you love starting your day with eggs sunny-side-up, you'll certainly love this pizza version of the morning favorite. With spinach, red onion, garlic, and Parmesan, it's a new and exciting take on breakfast for dinner.
Migas con Salsa Verde
Enjoy this one-skillet dish for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. With salsa verde, red bell pepper, queso fresco, and jalapeño, it's full of flavors everyone will enjoy.
Summer Squash, Bacon, and Mozzarella Quiche
Fill this homemade pie crust with a mixture of summer squash, bacon and creamy mozzarella. It is hard to believe this decadent quiche recipe has less than 300 calories.
Open-Faced Fried Egg BLT Sandwiches
This egg-cellent version of a BLT boasts baby arugula, fresh tomatoes, and hearty slices of focaccia bread. Top this beauty off with a fried egg for a savory lunch or dinner.
Sausage, Gravy, and Egg Breakfast Sandwiches
This sandwich will rival what you get at the drive-through. Freezing the gravy in ice-cube trays makes portioning easy.
Egg White and Sun-Dried Tomato Frittata
The frittata gets a healthy makeover by only using egg whites instead of the whole egg. Also, you can substitute feta if ricotta salata is unavailable.
Zucchini and Red Pepper Frittata
This delicious frittata recipe uses a summer veggie that many gardeners have in abundance—zucchini. Boost the flavor by topping it with a creamy pesto, tzaiziki sauce, or a drizzle of balsamic glaze.
Open-Faced Sandwiches with Ricotta, Arugula, and Fried Egg
This open-faced sandwich might be more commonly devoured with a fork and knife, but we won't judge you if you opt to lose the utensils. You won't be able to resist the combination of peppery arugula, creamy ricotta, and salty Parmigiano-Reggiano all topped with a beautiful fried egg.
Because you have to cook the beef a day in advance, you’ll get a head start on this hearty meal. You’ll have to use more beef than necessary–use it for another meal to avoid wasting ingredients.
Peppered White Bean, Kale, and Egg Stack
One egg adds 6g protein to this vegetarian plate; the yolk is also a creamy dressing.
Fried Egg BLT Sandwiches
Opt for focaccia without cheese or herbs, and choose one that doesn't look oily. Serve with a fruit salad of 1 cup blueberries and 2 cups strawberries.
Swiss Chard and White Bean Soup with Poached Eggs
This hearty vegetable soup will warm you up from the inside out. Save time by prepping the eggs a day ahead: poach for 2 minutes instead of 3, strain, and refrigerate in cold water. Simmer gently for 1 minute just before serving.
Arugula Pizza with Poached Eggs
You can also try using fresh dough. Look to your local pizzeria for homemade dough, as many will sell theirs for only a few dollars.
Eggs Poached in Tomato Sauce with Onions and Peppers
Vegetarian delight: A chunk of hearty toast soaks up savory deliciousness from tangy sauce and creamy egg yolk.
Poached Eggs with Spinach and Walnuts
Serve protein-packed eggs over a side of spinach sauteed with mushrooms, walnuts, and Gruyère cheese.
Fried Egg and Avocado Toasts
Sunny-side up eggs, fresh sprouts, and salsa amp up avocado toast for a fast, no-fuss meal. It's a sure winner at breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
Creole Deviled Eggs
Chef Stage, of Dinosaur Bar-B-Que in New York City, remembers his mother's deviled eggs, which he updates with vibrant Creole seasonings. This game day recipe will be a winner.
Open-Faced Sandwiches with Mushrooms and Fried Eggs
This open-faced sandwich is savory and delicious. It's perfect for breakfast, lunch or a light dinner.
Whole-Wheat Spaghetti with Kale, Poached Eggs, and Toasted Breadcrumbs
Tuscan kale, sometimes labeled cavolo nero or lacinato or black kale, has dark leaves that are richly flavored. Combined with whole-wheat spaghetti and poached eggs in this dish, the kale brings out a deep and irresistible flavor in just under an hour.
Fingerling Potato-Leek Hash with Swiss Chard and Eggs
To trim Swiss chard for this main dish, pull or cut the stems out of the leaves. Learn how to prepare Swiss chard in 4 simple steps.
Eggs with Chickpeas, Spinach, and Tomato
If you can find them, use farm-fresh eggs to make this quick one-skillet supper really shine.
Egg and Hash Brown Casserole
This make-ahead dish is like enjoying an omelet stuffed with spinach, Swiss cheese, and mushrooms, with hearty sides of bacon and hash browns, all in one package.
Roasted Asparagus and Arugula Salad with Poached Egg
Pair this light entrée with some roasted new potatoes for a complete and satisfying weeknight meal.
Marinara Poached Eggs
Switch up your regular breakfast routine with something tasty. Poaching eggs in marinara is easy since the sauce is quite thick. The sauce gives so much more flavor to the eggs compared to the normal water-poaching method. Keep some toasted Italian or French bread handy – you will want to dip.