Breakfast, brunch, dinner and dessert—we've compiled a list of farm-fresh and easy egg recipes, perfect for any occasion.
You’ll jump out of bed for this amazing recipe. A down-home spin on the ever-popular eggs Benedict sandwiched between fluffy
Southern-style biscuit halves, it is perfect for company or a casual quiet morning. This dish will please anyone sitting at
Egg Salad Tea Sandwiches are the quintessential pick for tearoom lunches. Serve egg salad on whole grain bread slices with
Eggs aren't as sinful as you may think, deviled or not. In fact, they're low in saturated fat and a good source of calcium-friendly
Vitamin D. So enjoy these peachy deviled eggs without the guilt.
For the best flavor, choose firm, ripe bananas with brown speckles.
This casserole combines true breakfast favorites—sausage, eggs, Cheddar cheese, and hash browns—in one filling and delicious
Ready in 30 Minutes
This fresh and flavorful dish is perfect for a weeknight meal, and it only takes 30 minutes from start to finish.
Hearty, not heavy, is key in this Italian dish. Serve immediately for the best flavor.
Marry two Southern specialties, coffee cake and pound cake, to create one buttery, best-of-both-worlds treat.
Baking mix forms a bread-like crust in this quiche with a kick. Shredded cheese and canned green chiles make preparation less
time-consuming without sacrificing any flavor.
Ready in 25 Minutes
Instead of getting takeout, make this easy at-home version complete with scrambled eggs.
Our test kitchens thought the popular Lowcountry dish shrimp and grits couldn't be improved. Yet Robert Stehling of Hominy
Grill in Charleston put a delicious twist on this recipe using fried grits squares, asparagus spears, and a creamy shrimp
Make one large dish of pumpkin bread pudding, or serve it in perfectly portioned ramekins for company.
Dive into this open-face version of a fried egg sandwich. The drizzle of hollandaise sauce and topping of chopped-sun dried
tomatoes are the perfect finishing touches.
Chef Jason Hill of Atlanta’s Wisteria Restaurant combined two Southern standards into one exceptional deviled egg.
Celebrate the beginning of spring by sharing this simple yet delightful breakfast with your family. Top French toast with
sliced strawberries and a sprinkle of powdered sugar.
Give these mini frittatas a restaurant finish by topping them with mixed baby greens tossed with olive oil, lemon juice, salt,
This juicy peach pudding recipe is perfect for a picnic or patio outdoor setting. Serve warm or cold with icecream.
Let Creamy Egg Strata be the star of your next brunch. Made with Swiss and Parmesan cheese, this creamy egg dish is worth
This quiche-like pie uses two of summer’s showstoppers— tomatoes and basil–mixed with gooey mozzarella, and egg for a combination
of savory and sweet. This dish is perfect for an afternoon brunch or lunch outdoors.
Strawberry glaze is the secret to this cake’s colorful swirl. Serve with a side of lightly sugared sliced strawberries and
Sunny-side-up eggs top off this skillet full of shredded potatoes, bell peppers, and onions.
Can't decide between waffles or eggs for breakfast? Have both! Try our Waffles Benedict—a combination of fluffy buttermilk
waffles and rich and gooey eggs Benedict.
You don't have to be a professional to make Pavlova with Lemon Cream and Berries. Assemble the elegant berry dessert just
before serving; you can make the meringue up to two days ahead and store it in an airtight container.
All the flavor combinations in these meatloaf sandwiches meld nicely, and the over-easy egg topping each sandwich really complements
These deviled eggs have a Creole flavor and are perfect as a Mardi Gras appetizer.
This sinfully sweet dessert is the perfect blend of fresh bananas, creamy cheesecake, and crunchy vanilla wafers.
Whip up this easy zucchini dish for breakfast, lunch or dinner.
Flat-leaf parsley, chives, and mint add a fresh, pretty finish to this tasty dish.
Perfect with your afternoon tea, the Amaretto-Almond Pound Cake is soaked in a hot amaretto glaze, giving it a delicious flavor.
The Spanish word "migas" translates as "crumbs" and rightfully so. This typical breakfast taco incorporates lightly crushed
tortilla chips along with a mixture of eggs scrambled with diced tomatoes, chopped jalapeño peppers and onion. Sprinkle with
reduced-fat Mexican four-cheese blend just before serving.
Don't let the thought of poaching eggs scare you. Serve traditional Eggs Benedict for your Easter celebration brunch.
Whole-berry cranberry sauce adds an unexpected layer of flavor to decadent crème brûlée. Sprinkle sugar over cranberries and
mint to wow your guests.
This chocolate pudding is everything you dream of—chocolaty rich, silky smooth, and light on calories!
This recipe pairs two classics—deviled eggs and chicken salad— to create a burst of flavor in one bite. Fresh dill, parsley,
and lemon add a light and zesty kick to the protein-rich hors d’oeuvre.
Serve this egg-based dish for breakfast or add spinach to make an easy weeknight meal.
Sweet-and-tart Lemon Curd Pound Cake is the perfect way to end a special meal. A Lemon Curd Glaze makes the pound cake extra
moist and delicious.
This classic recipe has a rich, soufflé-like texture without the hassle. The result is an impressive side dish the entire
family will love.
Sunny-side up or sliced boiled eggs would work just as well as poached eggs for this dish you've got to try.
You can’t get more basic than chess pie. Remarkable for its simplicity and timeless appeal, chess pie is the ultimate Southern
The day before serving, combine the first 4 ingredients; cover and chill. Boil eggs, peel, and slice; cover and chill. Slice
the tomatoes and toast the bread just before assembling the sandwiches. Cut the toasted bread slices with a cutter for a dazzling
Just when we thought make-ahead breakfasts couldn't get any easier! This reader-inspired recipe starts with frozen Texas toast
and assembles in about 15 minutes. After assembling, simply chill for at least 4 hours and bake.
Mix quick-cooking brown rice with crisp, sautéed snap peas, green onions, and matchstick cut carrots for this fast Asian dish.
With fried egg and soy sauce, it has all the flavor of a restaurant rendition without the cost. Add precooked chicken for
a quick and easy one-dish meal.
Creamy Brie cheese combines with the fresh flavors of onion, bell pepper, and potatoes in this hearty casserole.
A heavenly marriage of cheesecake and custard, Caramel-Cream Cheese Flan is sent to the table with effortless style. Sugar
is caramelized in a cake pan on the stovetop and then cooled and baked beneath a creamy layer of custard. After chilling,
the hardened caramel melts, covering the top and sides of the inverted flan.
Wake up your taste buds with this mouthwatering omelet for breakfast, or for a satisfying supper, serve it with a simple green
salad and bread.