7 Ways With Eggs

Hardboiled, poached, scrambled, or slipped into casseroles, eggs are the quintessential comfort food and can be enjoyed for breakfast, lunch, brunch, or dinner.

  • Eggs-tra Credit Ideas
    Photo: Lee Harrelson; Styling: Ana Kelly, Mindi Shapiro

    Eggs-tra Credit Ideas

    Even when the cupboard is nearly bare, if you have a few eggs you can cook up a dizzying array of meals, snacks, and even desserts. Eggs take a starring role when poached, baked, or deviled. But they're also versatile team players in casseroles, berry meringues, or breakfast bruschetta.

  • Hash Brown Breakfast Casserole

    Hash Brown Breakfast Casserole

    All your favorite breakfast foods come together in a simple make-ahead casserole that's perfect on those lazy weekends when even getting out of your pajamas is too big a task. Combine sausage, onions, cheddar cheese, and biscuit mix, and chill overnight. Bake whenever you're ready.
  • Egg Salad Club Sandwiches

    Egg Salad Club Sandwiches

    Crumbled bacon and fresh chives give plain old egg salad a delicious flavor kick. Stack it club-sandwich style or serve it on pumpernickel toast. It's an easy way to use up leftover hard-cooked eggs or just extra eggs that need to be cooked.
  • Breakfast Bruschetta with Prosciutto, Poached Eggs, and Warm Mustard Vinaigrette
    Jim Franco

    Breakfast Bruschetta

    Who needs an expensive restaurant breakfast when you can curl up at home with this hip take on Eggs Benedict? Pan-grilled bread, poached eggs and a slice of prosciutto are crowned with a warm soul-satisfying mustard vinaigrette. Eggs never tasted so good.
  • Chive-Tarragon Deviled Eggs

    Chive-Tarragon Deviled Eggs

    Adventurous eaters will love the look and devilishly good taste of these not-so-traditional stuffed eggs. Flavored with French tarragon, lemon, and chives, they're an elegant version of the classic and an excellent way to use leftover hard-cooked eggs.
  • Poached Eggs with White Corn Polenta

    Poached Eggs with White Corn Polenta

    Classic poached eggs get cozy on a creamy bed of polenta made with Parmesan and sweet corn. The whole thing takes less than 30 minutes to put together and is topped with crumbled crisp bacon and a homemade roasted red pepper salsa.
  • Simple Baked Eggs
    Beau Gustafson; Melanie J. Clarke

    Simple Baked Eggs

    Chances are this could become your new favorite way to fix eggs for family or company. It's as simple as slipping each egg into a ramekin with a little butter and a splash of cream. Then sit back as breakfast bakes to perfection.
  • Berry Meringues
    Pornchai Mittongtare

    Berry Meringues

    Crunchy sweet meringues are the perfect light dessert when topped with fresh seasonal fruit like berries. Whipping the egg whites and shaping and cooking the meringues takes a bit of time, so make them up ahead of time.
  • Separating Eggs

    How-To Video: Separation Anxiety

    Watch this video for an easy way to separate the whites from the yolks.

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