Egg Recipes for Breakfast

Egg breakfast recipes are a must for a filling protein-packed breakfast. Break eggs into breakfast casseroles, poach them for breakfast sandwiches, or boil them for an on-the-go bite to eat. Our egg recipes for breakfast offer all the breakfast recipe inspiration you need.

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Build-Your-Own Eggs Benedict
To simplify this brunch favorite, our Test Kitchen tested several techniques and found that an easy poaching method happens to be the best one¿and you can¿t beat a blender for making foolproof hollandaise.
Apple-Fennel Ham and Egg Casserole
Our Test Kitchen describes this egg casserole as tasty and hearty, but still light. Save the fennel fronds for a photo-worthy garnish.
Copycat Bacon and Gruyère Egg Bites
If these egg bites are one of your go-to items to order at the mega coffee chain, try your hand at making our copycat version of the bacon and gruyère egg bites recipe at home. You'll find all the flavors you love from the purchased item while spending less money and making more servings.
Broccoli-Cheddar Egg Sandwiches
Whip up a batch of these vegetarian egg sandwiches ahead of time and freeze them up to one month for on-the-go breakfasts.
Sheet Pan Egg-Stuffed Bagels
Rating: Unrated 1
For an Italian spin, start with Asiago cheese bagels and use roasted red peppers instead of olives, basil and oregano for the herbs, and shredded Parmesan for the cheese.
Easy Breakfast Sandwich
You may have seen this method for making breakfast egg sandwiches in your social media feeds, now you can master it, too! Cook up your egg and add the bread directly on top it, flip, fill, and eat.

More Egg Recipes for Breakfast

Cheesy Zucchini Focaccia Bake
Serve this egg casserole for a perfectly cheesy and satisfying meal at breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Make this one-pan recipe up to 24 hours in advance for easy meal-prep.
Huevos con Migas
We topped the Mexican egg dish with Cámara's dried chiles and tomatillos salsa for a bold flavor.
Egg and Sausage Bread Bakes

This egg breakfast bake doesn't even require a casserole dish. How? By using hollowed out bread as the baking vessel. It's a fun way to serve a crowd a special brunch recipe.