Make Mom feel extra special this Mother’s Day by making breakfast-in-bed featuring her favorite egg dish! Be sure you’re properly preparing her eggs by using this handy guide from the Egg Safety Center. Mom will love any of these delicious egg breakfasts:
- Easy Egg Breakfast Casserole: This healthy make-ahead breakfast casserole can be prepped in less than 1/2 an hour using ingredients you probably already have on-hand.
- Breakfast Pull-Apart Bread: Filled with favorite breakfast flavors – scrambled eggs, ham and cheese – this savory dish is fluffy, delicious and makes enough for the whole family to share.
- Cheese Egg & Turkey Sausage Casserole: This is the EASIEST breakfast or brunch recipe you’ll ever make and it’s full of healthy proteins, like turkey sausage and eggs.
Once breakfast is over, surprise Mom with a sweet, homemade treat. Check out these simple, thoughtful recipes she’ll be sure to love:
Hosting family and friends to watch the Super Bowl or College Football Playoff National Championship game? Put the final touch on your game day snack table by adding a plate of yummy deviled eggs!
Deviled eggs are perfect for feeding a crowd of sports fans because they’re a bite-sized, no-mess snack, which means party guests can keep their eyes on the game. Plus, most deviled egg recipes serve 24 and can be prepped a day or so in advance to keep hosting easy.
Check out our fan-favorite deviled egg recipes for your next football watch party:
Don’t forget: cold egg dishes like deviled eggs should be refrigerated until it’s time to eat and should never be left at room temperature for more than two hours!
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It’s officially back to school time! What better way to send kids off to school than with a protein-packed breakfast featuring eggs?
Not only do eggs leave kids feeling fuller longer, but one large egg contains eight essential nutrients and six grams of high-quality protein, all for only 70 calories! Research shows that kids who eat breakfast have higher test scores, improved attendance and better class participation. Also, nutrient-dense breakfasts including eggs have been shown to help children focus and perform better in school.
Eggs are affordable, convenient and easy to prepare whether scrambled, fried or hard-boiled, satisfying even the pickiest of appetites. Eggs also lack sugar and carbohydrates, making them a perfect addition to a balanced diet.
Low on time? Check out these quick and easy egg recipes perfect for any day of the week. You can also prepare for the week by making a batch of hard-boiled eggs for kids to eat on the way to school, pack in lunches or enjoy as an after-school snack.
Southwestern Turkey Sausage Egg Cups are convenient on busy weekday mornings and last up to one week in the refrigerator!
Looking for a simple lunch for your student? Grab a bento box and fill with vitamin-rich fruits and veggies and protein-packed hard-boiled eggs!
Veggies, turkey and eggs come together for the perfect combo in this Egg Roll in a Bowl. In just under 30 minutes, you can have a nutritious meal for any busy weeknight.
4 Easy Egg Breakfasts You Can Eat on the Go
Mornings can be stressful. You can feel rushed or just run out of time before leaving the house for the day. You know that “life happens.”
Although starting the day with a protein-packed breakfast is important – convenience is king. Reinvent your healthy breakfast and make it to go – with eggs!
What is great about having an egg dish for breakfast is how versatile eggs are – eggs can be scrambled, fried, hard-boiled, baked, and so much more. Not to mention all of the healthy nutrients found in eggs, like choline, which stimulates brain development and function and has also been linked with increasing memory retention.
Here are four ways you can make a healthy breakfast, to go:
- In a burrito: The perfect, one-hand solution….wrapped up in a soft tortilla shell. You can even whip up these Loaded Egg Burritos, by Food Blogger Inside BruCrew Life, on Sunday for the entire week and throw them in the freezer. Then, just pop them in the microwave before you leave in the morning.
- In a muffin: Just like the burritos, you can make Egg Muffins for the week and just reheat them in the morning before you leave. What’s great about this recipe is you can add your favorite meats, veggies and cheeses in each muffin – making it completely customizable.
- In a coffee cup: In less than three minutes, you can have Scrambled Eggs in a Coffee Cup! Quick and easy – this is the ultimate “to go” breakfast.
- In a bowl: All Sausage & Cheddar Omelet needs is a bowl and one minute in the microwave. Tip: don’t overcook the eggs as they will continue to cook and firm up after removed from the microwave.
What’s your favorite on-the-go breakfast?
Mornings can be stressful! Sometimes it just doesn’t feel like there’s enough time before leaving the house to start the day. But, starting the day with a protein-packed breakfast is important. Eggs are loaded with nutrients that helps maintain a healthy weight, builds muscle mass and keeps you focused throughout the day.
Start each day of February, Hot Breakfast Month, with a convenient, on-the-go breakfast that is packed with high-quality protein. Here are 10 recipes that are perfect for when you’re heading out the door and didn’t have time to sit down for a hearty meal:
Bacon Egg Mushroom Burritos
Thick sliced apple wood-smoked turkey bacon, shiitake mushrooms and spinach enhance this yummy egg wrap. Perfect for breakfast or lunch on-the-go.
Egg & Cheese Waffle Sandwich
This simple egg sandwich is packed with protein to keep kids full and sharp until lunch.
Freezer-friendly Egg Muffins are an easy on-the-go breakfast that packs in the protein power of eggs. Just heat them up for a healthy breakfast in a snap. Customize by adding your favorite vegetables, cheeses, and meats.
Microwave Egg Ham Muffin
Add Italian cheese and Dijon mustard for a microwave hard-boiled egg breakfast (or lunch) sandwich. Add seasonal veggies for extra crunch.
Microwave Eggs Florentine
Wake up with a microwave coffee cup scramble made in minutes to speed up your morning!
Mini Cheese & Green Chili Quiches
Spice up breakfast with these cheesy mini quiches. Great cold or quickly reheated in the microwave for a fast breakfast, snack or appetizer.
Mini Muffin Tin Stratas
Leftover grilled or roasted vegetables? Problem solved. These stratas make a delicious weekday breakfast or weekend brunch!
A breakfast sandwich that combines the delicious flavors of cheese, Canadian bacon and eggs.
Easy Egg Wraps by Ohio food blogger The Lean Green Bean
These Easy Egg Wraps are perfect for a low-carb, high-protein snack. Make several ahead of time and fill with things like turkey, avocado, cheese, hummus and more.
Taco Egg Muffin Cups by food blogger Inside BruCrew Life
Taco meat and toppings give a fun Tex Mex flair to these fun egg muffin cups.
We bet you could go the whole month without making the same recipe twice — eggs are that versatile! Keep an eye out on our Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram and Twitter for more recipes perfect for Hot Breakfast Month.
What’s your 2023 resolution? One of the most popular New Year’s resolutions is to be healthier – from better eating habits to working out more frequently.
Although making a positive change for a healthy lifestyle can be challenging, an easy way to stay on track is to incorporate protein into your diet. One large egg contains six grams of high-quality protein, which helps with maintaining a healthy weight and building muscle mass.
The protein found in eggs is one of the highest-quality and most affordable proteins available. Because eggs are so versatile, they can be incorporated into any meal of the day – from omelets for breakfast and hard-boiled eggs as mid-day snacks to casseroles at lunch or dinner.
Research shows that enjoying eggs in the morning can reduce caloric intake throughout the rest of the day, prevent snacking between meals and keep an appetite satisfied on those busy days when meals are delayed.
Not only will eggs leave you feeling fuller longer than other breakfast foods, but one egg also contains 8 essential nutrients for only 70 calories.
More than half of Americans will stop working toward their New Year’s resolution after one month. But with eggs, a resolution of eating healthier doesn’t have to end because they’re so easy to prepare! Check out some of our favorite simple and nutritious recipes:
For one night only, 12 Columbus, Ohio, restaurants that usually are open for breakfast and lunch only will re-open their doors to serve diners’ favorite breakfast menu items for dinner, to benefit Nationwide Children’s Hospital.
Please help us once more by attending this fun, family event. Since 2012, PJs and Eggs has raised more than $11,500 in monetary contributions for Nationwide Children’s Hospital and donated over 8,800 pairs of pajamas.
WHO: YOU! PJs and Eggs is open to guests of all ages! No reservations are required. The event is sponsored by the Ohio Egg Marketing Program and Ohio’s Egg Farmers.
WHAT: For one night only, 12 restaurants will re-open their doors to serve diners’ favorite breakfast menu items for dinner. Everyone is invited to wear their favorite PJs (family friendly, please!).
PJ donors will receive one free dozen Ohio eggs!
WHEN: PJs and Eggs will be held one night only, from 5 to close on October 24, 2018
WHY: All diners are encouraged to bring NEW pajamas (sized newborn to 12 years) to donate to Nationwide Children’s Hospital, who will distribute them to kids receiving care and services through its Columbus-wide treatment network.
Can’t make it to the event? Pajama collection boxes will be available in all participating restaurants for several weeks in advance of PJs and Eggs. Monetary donations will be accepted, as well.
Participating restaurants include:
5947 S Sunbury Rd.
Westerville, OH 43081
George’s Linworth Diner
2245 W. Dublin Granville Rd.
Columbus, OH 43085
George’s Beechwold Diner
4408 Indianola Ave.
Columbus, OH 43214
Lilly’s Kitchen Table
Grove City, OH 43123
Café Creekside (Gahanna)
53 Granville St.
Columbus, OH 43230
Sunny Street Blacklick
6607 East Broad St.
Columbus, Ohio 43213
Sunny Street Upper Arlington
4733 Reed Rd.
Columbus, Ohio 43220
Sunny Street Grove City
2788 London Groveport Rd.
Grove City, OH 43123
Sunny Street Westerville
Giant Eagle Shopping Center
644 N. State St.
Westerville, OH 43082
Sunny Street Dublin
Kroger Shopping Center
7042 Hospital Dr.
Dublin, OH 43017
Sunny Street Dublin
Kroger Marketplace Center
7573 Sawmill Rd.
Dublin, OH 43016
Sunny Street Polaris
8461 Sancus Blvd.
Columbus, OH 43240
Kick off big game days with Ohio eggs! Eggs are an all-around nutrient powerhouse, a complete protein with essential vitamins and minerals for healthy living. Plus, they’re affordable, convenient and easy to prepare – making them a winning way to stay in the game, through to the last pass. Ohio is the second largest egg farming state in the nation, producing more than 10 billion eggs each year!
These game day recipes are sure to score big points with Buckeye fans of all ages:
A Buckeye victory will taste even sweeter with Buckeye Cookies from Ohio food blogger NeighborFood.
Nothing says “Go Bucks!” like an Ohio State Fair award-winning Buckeye Cheesecake
, filled with chocolate and creamy peanut butter. This dessert is sure to make Brutus proud!