Baking this eggs Benedict means you can get ready for the day while it's cooking in the oven. Basil and paprika add a bit of extra flavor to the classic egg dish.
Make this eggs Benedict-inspired recipe, then let it sit overnight. In the morning, toss the strata in the oven for an hour and continue your A.M. routine as usual. Trust us, this egg-filled dish is worth the extra effort.
Craving seafood for breakfast? Swap smoked salmon in for ham or Canadian bacon, then add diced sweet pepper and red onion slices. It's that easy to take eggs Benedict to the next level.
Sour cream, mayo, lemon juice, and yellow mustard make a super easy mock hollandaise sauce. Start-to-finish this recipe takes 25 minutes, plus it can be made ahead of time—have we convinced you yet?
Sure, serving eggs Benedict on portobello mushrooms might cut out some of the carbs, but more important the veggie base adds tons of flavor. A few drops of hot sauce brings a touch of heat to the mock hollandaise sauce.
If poaching eggs stresses you out—even though it's not that difficult, trust us—try this recipe using hard-cooked eggs instead. Broil the open-face sandwich while quickly preparing the simple sauce.
Cheesy quinoa cakes taste oh-so-good when topped with a poached egg and smoked salmon, then smothered in a two-ingredient hollandaise sauce. Twenty minutes of prep time for such a gourmet dish isn't too bad either.
Twenty minutes and fewer than 10 ingredients from now, you could have eggs Benedict sitting in front of you. Using an egg-poaching pan makes this dish super quick, but if you don't have one, just poach eggs as you would normally.