22 Egg Recipes (Gotta love eggs)! Part I

If you love eggs like I do, then you too believe that eggs are not just for breakfast. In fact, there are so many ways in which to prepare eggs that you can eat them any time of the day. Not only are eggs filled with protein, they are especially easy to prepare.

And if that is not exciting enough for you then, then you are going to jump for joy with what I came across on BuzzFeed, 22 Brillant Ways to Eat Eggs For Dinner, provided by Marie Telling. I will be breaking this into two posts.  However, by clicking on the above URL you’ll find all twenty-two recipes.

Unfortunately, for me, my wife is not an egg lover, which means I don’t have a guinea pig to try them out on. I guess I will just have to host a Dinner Egg Party! Enjoy the recipes :). Lois

1. Spaghetti Marinara With Poached Eggs

I gotta tell ya, I’ve never thought of adding a poached egg to my pasta, but in thinking about the different textures I can easily see how this might be yummy. I mean wow, just the way it looks, makes me want to give it a try. Go here for the full recipe.

2. Fried Rice

If you grew up in New York, most of the Chinese Restaurants prepare their fried rice with eggs already. However, did you know that the best way to reheat your fried rice is in a frying pan with a little oil and a couple of eggs and cheese? Give this recipe a try and add a slice of cheese on top, mmm. Go here for this recipe.

Fast, easy, and always satisfying. Get the recipe here.

3. Turmeric Sweet Potatoes, Poached Eggs, and Lemon Dressing

I am looking forward to trying this recipe. I have to admit that the lemon dressing seems to be a little out there, however, a little lemon flavor does go very well with sweet potatoes and yams. Go here for this recipe.


4. Sesame Roasted Asparagus, Egg, and Bacon Salad

Anything that has bacon and eggs in its ingredients, have to be good right? Yum! I love my asparagus seasoned and crunchy, how do you like yours? This recipe is definitely a keeper for me. Go here for the recipe.


5. Baked Eggs With Spinach and Mushrooms

This is a recipe that I would definitely have to add some additional flavor too. While I love spinach, it does not have a desirable taste. I usually add crush red pepper and a little bacon grease to my spinach to give it a different taste. In looking at this particular recipe, I also see myself adding White American Slices as well. Go here for the recipe.

6. Zucchini Crust Pizza

Anyone for pizza? Looking at this picture, you have to admit that this looks yummy! This is the type of recipe one tries out on the weekend with a bunch of friends over, laughing and throwing back a couple of beers or wine coolers. Go here for the recipe.

Low-carb and delicious. Get the recipe here.

7. Mushroom, Leek, and Fontina Frittata

Are you into quiche,?  That’s what came to mind when l first saw this recipe.  There are a couple of things that I will swap out and use substitutes instead to make me it more appealing to my palate.  I suggest you do the same if some of the ingredients are not to your liking.  All in all, I think this is a winner.  

Get the recipe here.

A hearty and comforting recipe. You can easily turn into a full meal by serving it with some salad.Get the recipe here.


8. Eggs in Squash Rings

Mmm, eggs and squash, yum, yum, yum! Delicious and easy to make. 

9. Goat Cheese Scrambled Eggs With Pesto Veggies

I’ve never tried goat cheese so this recipe will be a surprise to my palate.  I have, however, tried eggs with vegetables, so I am looking forward to trying this recipe as it stands. 

Get the recipe here.

Breakfast for dinner for grown-ups. Get the recipe here.


10. Ham, Eggs, and Cheese Grilled Cheese

Ok, this recipe is quite simple and in my opinion one that we’ve all tried, the only difference being the use of a waffle maker.  I have done this on George Forman grill so any portable grill will work fine with this recipe.

Get the recipe here.



11. Spring Vegetable Egg Casserole

When I hear the casserole, the first thing that comes to mind is entertaining.  This is a quick easy recipe that can be accompanied by a nice healthy salad. 

Get the recipe here.




Breakfast: Bacon Lattice Breakfast Pie

Mmm, now doesn’t this look delicious?  And if you are short on time like I am, breakfast is usually out of the question.  However, we are told that breakfast is the most important meal of the day and this yummy Bacon Lattice Breakfast Pie, looks like something that can be either throughout the week (providing you only eat for breakfast, 🙂 ). This yummy recipe was found on Tasty/BuzzFeed, courtesy of Alix Traeger. Do enjoy, Lois.


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Here’s YouTube video that shows you how to make it:



Servings: 4-6

5 eggs

1 cup whole milk

1 teaspoon salt

¼ teaspoon pepper

¼ cup green onions, chopped

½ cup cheddar cheese

1 pie crust

10 slices bacon


# Preheat the oven to 350°F/180°C.

# In a medium-sized bowl, whisk the eggs, milk, salt, and pepper.

# Add in the green onions and cheddar and mix again.

# Pour the egg mixture into the pie crust and bake for 35-40 minutes or until set.

# Increase the oven temperature to 400°F/200°C.

# Lay the bacon on top of the pie and weave to make a lattice top.

# Bake again for 20 minutes or until bacon is crispy. Broil for crispier bacon.

# Enjoy!


Protein-Packed Breakfast Burritos

Recipe: Protein-Packed Breakfast Burritos

Recipe: Protein-Packed Breakfast Burritos

Fit Foodie Finds’ protein-packed breakfast burrito recipe is meal prep at its finest. With a whopping 27 grams of protein per serving, this savory egg-n-bacon wrap is perfect to grab before work or school! Make a few extra to store in the freezer, and pop one in the toaster oven for an easy reheat meal later in the week.

Protein-Packed Breakfast Burritos Ingredients

Sweet Potato Hash w/Egg


When it comes to eating breakfast, I am the worst person to talk to.  I find that I am never hungry for breakfast during the normal breakfast hours.  I get up in the morning, let my furbabies out, fix their breakfast (during normal breakfast hours), feed them and disappear downstairs where I put in one hour working out.  After my workout, I enjoy a leisure cup of Whey and I’m off to shower and getting dress.

Usually, after I get dressed I am ready for a nice cup of coffee and a cigarette.  I know, smoking defeats the purpose of exercising, but it’s a habit just have not gotten around to giving up.

In any case, I received an email from My Fitness Pal, sharing this delicious looking recipe for Sweet Potato Hash w/Egg and I thought to myself, “Hmmm, this would make a great weekend brunch!”  Doesn’t it look just yummy?  For your convenience, I am including the recipe here and the URL so you can check out other recipes that may interest you. Enjoy! LP


Sweet Potato Hash with Sunny Side Up Eggs

2 (1-ounce) slices all-natural turkey bacon, chopped (certified gluten-free if necessary)
1/3 cup chopped onion
1 medium sweet potato, peeled and shredded (about 2 cups shredded)
Salt and pepper, to taste
1/4 cup chopped cilantro
2 large eggs

Mist a large nonstick skillet with cooking spray, and heat on medium-high. To skillet, add bacon and onion. Sauté for 4 minutes, until onion is translucent. Add sweet potato, salt, and pepper, and sauté, about 7–8 minutes, until potato is cooked through. Stir in cilantro; divide between 
two plates.

Reduce heat to medium, and mist the same skillet with cooking spray. Crack eggs onto separate sides of the skillet and cook until set (or flip for over-easy eggs). Place one egg over each serving of hash. Sprinkle with additional pepper, to taste.

Nutrition Information

Serves: 2 | Serving Size: 2/3 cup hash + 1 egg

Per serving: Calories: 183; Total Fat: 6g; Saturated Fat: 2g; Monounsaturated Fat: 2g; Cholesterol: 211mg; Sodium: 441mg; Carbohydrate: 19g; Dietary Fiber: 2g; Sugar: 5g; Protein: 14g

Nutrition Bonus: Potassium: 118mg; Iron: 6%; Vitamin A: 228%; Vitamin C: 18%; Calciu


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Italian Eggs

20151217_181118.jpgThis evening for dinner I wanted something different from salad and as promised, I took pics and tonight I will give you instructions on how to prepare Italian Eggs.  While I am not a chef, I do know my way around the kitchen.  Often my guests have complimented my cooking and this comes out  after their disbelief that I can even cook.  Even my mom, who is a southern belle from Lake City, SC, was surprised at my knowledge for cooking (she was however, happy to know that I often watched her  while she cooked n the  kitchen).

In any case, the recipe I am sharing with you tonight, I actually got from the cooking channel, from Italian chef Lidia Bastianich.  She is by far my favorite, now I can’t promise you I followed her recipe to the letter but the way I prepare the meal its quick, easy and delicious.



1 potato, 2 eggs, Milk, Onion, Goya Adobo, Black Pepper, Paprika, Olive oil, Cheese (your favorite), Frying pan



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20151217_174456.jpgCut potato in half and keeping cutting off the halves (like spears see Pic) then vertically into fries.




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Next you will put the cut potatoes into a bowl.  Add Adobo, Black Pepper and Paparika and Mix, making sure to coat potatoes  on all sides. Then place into your now heated pan of Olive oil. Cooked unto brown. Because of the seasoning, it may be hard to tell if they are brown, stick a fork into the fries and if it goes in easily they are cooked.  You will have to turn them over at least once.

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Next step is to break the eggs into the bowl add a little milk, add Adobo, and Black Pepper.  Then cut up 1/4 of your onion, chopping them fine, cut your cheese (if you are using block cheese)  Add ingredients to your eggs and beat.  By this time your fries should be done.



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Drain the remaining oil off the fries, leave in the pan.  Add your beat eggs on top of the cooked fries add cheese and let cook for about two minutes.  Use a spatula for easy mixing. The eggs and cheese will stick together.


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Once completely cooked remove the pan add to the plate.  Add some lettuce and any other stuff might like (shredded carrots, parsley, radishes, etc). And there you have it, a modified version of Lidia’s Italian eggs.  (BTW-I’ve included her URL to take directly to her page.  Great recipes, many with meat and all dishes made by Lidia are washed down with wine 🙂

Bon Appetite!  LP






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