Eggalicious- My Favorite Egg Recipes

Egg On Pesto Toast Recipe

My Favorite Egg Recipes

Blue Chip Omelette Blue Chip Frittata Recipe

Egg On Pesto Toast Egg and Pesto on Grilled Toast Easy Recipe

Roasted Vegetable Cheddar Quiche Crustless Roasted Vegetable Cheddar Quiche Recipe

Pasta Frittata Italian Pasta Frittata Recipe

Artichoke Frittata Artichoke & Jalapeño Savory Pie Recipe

Purple Potato + Carrot Quiche Purple Potato Quiche

Eggs Diablo Recipe on polenta Eggs Diablo on Soft Polenta Recipe

Potato Frittata Potato Frittata Recipe

Roasted Veggie Quiche Roasted Vegetable Frittata Recipe

Mediterranean Pasta Frittata Easy Mediterranean Pasta Frittata Recipe

Strata Salmon and Goat Cheese Strata Recipe

Roasted Vegetable Noodle Kugel Roasted Vegetable Noodle Kugel Recipe

Huevos on Polenta Santa Fe Huevos on Polenta aka Eggs Ranchero Recipe


  1. holy cow! how did you know I LOVE eggs! I eat like 5-6 eggs a day, so I am TOTALLY bookmarking this page for future reference! thank you thank you!

  2. This is such a great list! Can't wait until I have my own egg-laying hens.

  3. We have three hens (which means three eggs a day laid) so I really needed these recipes!

  4. mmm, i've been wanting to make a quiche lately...

  5. All so beautiful and tempting! Tomorrow I'm trying your huevos - eggs are my favorite, favorite breakfast.

  6. Jenny in AK23:33

    Awesome potluck brunch list! I'm not supposed to have the eggs, but if I bring it for a crowd I can get a little taste without having a whole pan to eat.
    I made your Big Banana Muffins last night. We slept in this morning, by the time we got up, my 8 year old son (in growth-spurt mode) had eaten three of them! Talk about a recommendation! Now I'm about to make more so we can both have breakfasts this week.

  7. What a great list. How I love eggs - perfect morning kickstart breakfast ingredient.

    I'm so into the pesto toast idea, thanks!

  8. Hi Karina!

    If you were going to make one of your beautiful frittatas or quiches dairy-free, how would you compensate for the loss of flavor/savoriness that the cheese imparts? I am thinking of using coconut milk or plain coconut milk yogurt instead of the milk/cream/half-and-half, but would appreciate some suggestions for replacing the cheese.

    Thanks so much!

  9. Thanks, everyone!

    M~ I'm not sure a cheese sub is vital- or that it would work with coconut milk (which I think of as rather sweet and distinctive). I'd almost be tempted to go the curry route instead, and make the pie with Thai flavors.

    Of if you're going for an Italian flavor with peppers, tomatoes, potatoes, just up the basil.

    I'm working on a vegan frittata kind of pasta pie now and I'm using nutritional yeast, but I'm not sure the flavor of nutritional yeast would blend with coconut milk.

    Do you have a particular quiche in mind?