Eggs are the ultimate fast food. Versatile and inexpensive, they can be enjoyed any time of day in dozens of different ways. The secret to great eggs is in the timing. Whether boiled, scrambled, or baked in a casserole, it's important not to overcook them.
Test Kitchen's Recipe Box: The Sunny Side of Eggs
Deviled Eggs

Scrambled Eggs
For perfect scrambled eggs every time, melt a little butter in a nonstick skillet over medium heat, and add lightly beaten eggs. (If you're cutting back on fat and calories, lightly coat the skillet with vegetable cooking spray, and use an equal amount of egg substitute.) Cook eggs, without stirring, until eggs begin to set on the bottom. Draw a spatula across the bottom of the skillet to form large curds. Continue cooking until eggs are thickened but still moist (do not stir constantly). Remove eggs from heat, and serve immediately.

Light and fluffy scrambled eggs are super easy to prepare in the microwave as well, and cook in less than 2 minutes. In a lightly greased 10-ounce custard cup, beat together 2 large eggs (or 1/2 cup egg substitute), 2 tablespoons milk, and salt and pepper to taste. Cook on high power, stirring once or twice, until just set, about 1 to 1 1/2 minutes.

From quick-and-easy stovetop omelets to crowd pleasing Farmer's Oven-Baked Omelet and Deluxe Omelet Biscuits, these favorites are guaranteed to satisfy hungry appetites any time of day.

Breakfast Casseroles
With today's hectic schedules, it can be difficult to find time for entertaining, but these delicious do-ahead casseroles make it easy. All you need to add is a platter of fresh fruit and a pot of hot coffee.

French Toast

Refrigerated and frozen piecrusts offer a great-tasting shortcut for these popular breakfast and luncheon treats. For a heart-healthy option, try our Crustless Veggie-Sausage Quiche. If you're lucky enough to have leftovers, individual wedges may be reheated in the microwave at 50% power for about 1 minute.

Grab-and-Go Breakfast Treats

Deviled Eggs