51. Old Fashioned Custard Pie
I love custard pies. They are usually inexpensive to make and quite delicious too.
So the next time you need to utilize some eggs, don’t think breakfast. Instead, think of dessert. Then you can give this recipe a try.
52. Italian Baked Eggs
This recipe is a little different than most I’ve seen, but it could be used for any time of the day. It also appears to be very filling too.
So you’ll put the marinara sauce in the bottom of the dish. Then top it with eggs, cheese, and herbs. Finally, you’ll bake it to perfection.
53. Idaho Sunrise
This recipe looks really great for the potato lover. You’ll empty out an Idaho potato to make it into a boat shape.
Then you’ll fill it with an egg, bacon bits, cheese, and chives. Finally, you’ll bake it all up and enjoy!
54. Cheesy Egg Casserole
Eggs and cheese can’t help but go hand in hand. They are delicious when put together. That is why this casserole caught my attention.
So if you too love the eggs and cheese flavor combo, then you really need to take a look at this casserole recipe.
55. Brussel Sprouts, Eggs, and Bacon
Are you trying to be good and get in as many vegetables in your day as you possibly can?
Well, this breakfast casserole will help you with that goal. You can roast Brussel sprouts with bacon, then add your eggs to have a delicious meal.
56. Eggs Baked in a Portobello Mushroom
My oldest is a huge fan of mushrooms. He can eat them plain or mixed into dishes. If you love mushrooms too, then you’ll probably love this recipe.
So they take an egg and place it inside a Portobello mushroom. Then bake it to perfection. It looks delicious.
57. Eggs in Hell
This is a similar dish to the Italian baked eggs mentioned above. You make a tomato sauce that is also accompanied by Italian sausage.
Then you add the eggs on top of the sauce mixture. Once everything is cooked, you are ready to enjoy.
58. Avocado Egg Salad
This egg salad is a healthier version than most. Because it calls for avocado, it can delete the mayonnaise.
Basically, where avocado is so creamy, you don’t need the may anymore. Which obviously ups the healthiness and lowers the calories.
59. Egg and Sausage Breakfast Taquitos
Breakfast taquitos are wraps that are filled with sausage links, eggs, and cheese. They are super simple to whip up too.
But what is the best about them is that they are an easy breakfast on the go. They could save you both time and money.
60. Deviled Egg Pasta Salad
If you are a fan of both pasta salad and deviled eggs, then you are going to want to check out this recipe. They have found a way to combine both flavors.
So who says you can’t have both pasta and egg together? Not the creator of this recipe. They instead will help you to enjoy both flavors in one dish.
61. Egg and Cheese Hashbrown Waffles
I really like this idea because not only does it combine two common flavors giving them a unique use, but it is also done in a less-mess kind of way.
So you’ll mix your eggs, potatoes, and other ingredients together. Then toss them onto the waffle iron so they can cook in a hurry creating a smaller mess.
62. Baked Western Omelet
Do you love a variety of ingredients in your omelets? Are you tired of going through the actual omelet making process?
If so, then this can give you both of what you want. You can still have all of the ingredients of a western omelet, but you can mix it up easily in a casserole dish so you don’t have to battle the perfect omelet form.
63. Cloud Bread
Cloud bread is an interesting phenomenon that is great for people that are trying to stay away from carbs or gluten.
So you just whip up some fluffy egg whites and bake them. It will harden a little and create a carb-free and gluten-free bread.
64. Parmesan Egg Chips
This is another really unique idea for some one that is trying to avoid carbs or gluten. You, again, use only the egg whites.
Then you’ll beat them to a stiffer consistency so they can be coated in cheese. Then they will be baked to where they hold a chip form.
65. Avocado Bacon and Eggs
This reminds me a lot of a larger potato skin. You’ll hollow out an avocado, and then stuff it with yummy ingredients like bacon and eggs.
Then you’ll bake it until everything is cooked inside. It becomes a tasty and healthy option for a meal any time of the day.
66. Ham Quiche Cups
This is a really simple and yet really delicious idea. You will need a muffin tin so you can place small pieces of ham or Canadian bacon into the cups.
Then you’ll fill the cups with eggs and other toppings. Finally, it all gets baked to make delicious snacks on the go.
67. Cheesy Baked Egg Toast
I almost made this dish last night. We were busy canning, and I needed something I could make really quickly for dinner that didn’t require a burner on my stove.
So this was a good fit because you just hollow out a section of the bread, fill it with eggs, and then top it all off with cheese.
68. Scrambled Egg Muffins
This is another great way to add a twist to traditional scrambled eggs. Plus, they seem a little easier to make as well.
So you’ll just mix up your scrambled eggs with any toppings you like. Then toss them in a greased muffin tin to cook.
69. Bell Pepper in a Hole
This is a healthier play on an egg-in-a-hole. Instead of the eggs being dropped in the center of a piece of bread, the eggs are dropped in the center of a pepper.
Then they are cooked and can be enjoyed as part of a healthier diet. Doesn’t it look tasty?
70. Homemade Egg Drop Soup
My family is a big fan of Chinese cuisine. Every time we go eat Chinese I see egg drop soup. So many people really seem to enjoy it.
So if you are one of those people, then you’ll want to check out this recipe to make your own homemade egg drop soup.
71. Fried Egg Grilled Cheese Sandwich
Do you love a good grilled cheese? But do you also love fried eggs? I love them both too and sometimes I’m in the mood for an ‘adult grilled cheese.’
Well, this is definitely it. You combine the two and have a delicious sandwich that hopefully, you’ll love.
Well, you now have over 70 different ways to utilize your eggs. Hopefully, you’ll find a few new favorites from this list.
Now I want to know, what is your favorite recipes that call for eggs?
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