Seen On Pinterest: 10 “Eggscellent” Ways to Enhance Your Eggs

eggsIf there’s one thing we like better than Easter candy, it’s the abundance of Easter egg dishes that appear in our home around the holiday. Sure, the traditional recipes for Easter’s bounty typically call for a variety of deviled eggs, but we’ve decided to offer you a few alternatives as well.

At less than 100 calories each, eggs are an excellent and low-calorie source of protein to start your day or to steal center stage as a simple main dish.

For this week’s Seen on Pinterest, we present you 10 “eggscellent” ways to enhance your eggs:

  1. Mexican Egg Cups from WhatAGirlEats.com – these eggs baked in tortillas are like mini huevos rancheros — perfect for a crowd!
  2. “Roma Eggs” from Saveur Magazine. Try this haute twist on eggs benedict at your next brunch.
  3. “Cut the Carbs” Breakfast from PopSugar Fitness – the perfect blend of “good for you” fats and proteins.
  4. Sausage and Egg Breakfast “Pizza” from Taste of Home – an ideal blend of two of our favorite foods.
  5. Sheep Herder’s Breakfast from Taste of Home. We couldn’t resist a second recipe from ToH. It’s hash browns and eggs in a single dish. What could be better?
  6. Charred Tomatoes with Fried Eggs on Garlic Toast from Riley Recipe BlogIt’s hard to imagine a more delicious meal at any hour of the day.
  7. Tomato “Bombs” with Eggs and Toast Dippers from Give Recipe. Tomatoes provide the perfect “cups” for these soft, dippable eggs.
  8. Eggs in Hash Brown Nests from Dairy Maid. These perfect two-bite sized breakfast treats would make a great brunch dish.
  9. Guacamole Deviled Eggs from Skinny Taste. Jazz up your Easter Eggs with this healthful play on traditional deviled eggs.
  10. Bacon and Eggs Casserole from Taste of HomeIt’s a one-dish wonder!

 

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About McLean Robbins

McLean Rob­bins is a Wash­ing­ton, D.C.-based lux­ury lifestyle writer spe­cial­iz­ing in travel, spas, and wed­dings. She writes reg­u­larly for the Travel Channel, Forbes Travel Guide, The Wash­ing­ton­ian, AOL, Robb Report, Pursuitist, and many more. Fol­low her on Twit­ter: @McLeanRobbins and on Google +

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