Roundup: Egg Recipes for Easter!

Roundup: Egg Recipes for Easter!

With Easter just around the corner, I think everyone has eggs on the brain. Whether it’s dying them, (which was one of my favourite arts and crafts growing up!) or baking treats in the shells or just enjoying plain old eggs for a special breakfast, I can’t help but prepare some of my favourite egg recipes. Plus, eggs can make a super simple, easy and healthy dinner for those days when you’re just not in the mood for cooking. Which happens weekly for me, no shame – I love my easy egg dinners!

How cute and easy are these Egg Bakes? I bet you have all the ingredients right now!

Who doesn’t love quiche? And these Mini Quiches are just perfect for little fingers.

If you’re looking for something to spice up your breakfasts, I find that Toad in a Hole is a classic breakfast that is perfect every time.

Eggs En Cocotte (or baked eggs) are so much fun because you can throw anything you want in there. This recipe is one of my favourites because it uses Asparagus!

Bacon and Mushrooms are a match made in heaven, throw them with some eggs in this Bacon and Mushroom Frittata and you have the perfect breakfast, lunch or dinner – so versatile.

When cooking with raw eggs, safety must always be front and centre. Here are some Egg Safety tips from Health Canada.

1. Shop Carefully – Be sure your eggs are refrigerated and uncracked. I always check the carton before I buy!

2. Keep Eggs Cold – Eggs should be refrigerated within two hours and kept in the coldest part of the fridge.

3. Keep Clean – Be sure to always wash your hands and anything touched by raw egg with warm water and soap.

4. Cook Throughly – Should be cooked thoroughly to ensure safety, be sure to store leftovers in the fridge.

5. Easter Eggs – Do not eat decorated eggs that have been left on display.

 

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