Easy Biscuit Egg Bake
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Did you know: Eggs are actually among the healthiest foods you can choose to eat. They are rich in high-quality protein, healthy fats, and contain many essential vitamins and minerals. Eggs also feature unique properties that make them egg-ceptionally weight loss friendly.  So in short, you should EAT EGGS! But do you need some fresh ideas on the best way to consume eggs?  Look no further.

My Favorite Way To Eat Eggs

My favorite way to eat eggs is in this delicious Biscuit Egg Bake.  It’s my go-to recipe when I need to bring a breakfast item to a potluck brunch.  And I also make it for my church from time to time to serve during our fellowship time between Sunday School and church.

Of course, French Toast Bake also uses a large number of eggs and is another big favorite of my entire family.  And if the chickens have been overly productive, you can always add a couple extra eggs into the mix.

If I’m in a hurry, a classic scrambled eggs with peppers and onions and topped with cheese is my go to.  But do you struggle with how to use hard boiled eggs?  If so, I’ve compiled a huge list of ideas for you!

Favorite Ways To Eat/Use Hard Boiled Eggs

Best Ways To Use Hard Boiled Eggs:

  • Egg salad
  • Smash onto a piece of toast with a little hot sauce and avocado
  • Slice onto a salad
  • Deviled eggs
  • Add to potato salad
  • Create a macaroni and egg salad
  • Egg salad sandwich
  • Mix with “everything but the bagel” seasoning and a sliced green onion
  • Sliced boiled eggs and boiled fresh beets with a little salt and black pepper
  • Add sliced boiled eggs to gumbo
  • Meatball stew with eggs
  • Shrimp and egg stew
  • Tuna egg salad (1 pouch of tuna, 1 hard boiled egg, 1/4 greek yogurt, Tablespoon of pickle relish)
  • Cobb salad
  • Sliced eggs with fresh greens and avocados then topped with Trader Joe’s “everything but the bagel” seasoning
  • Put in pickle juice for 3-4 days
  • Egg and pea salad
  • Place eggs on lettuce with Greek ranch dressing, Crunchy Chinese noodles, and favorite veggies
  • Add them to a Chinese dish
  • Asparagus casserole (Cheese sauce, boiled eggs, asparagus then repeat. Cover with buttered cracker crumbs then bake until hot and bubbly.)
  • Hard boiled eggs make a great addition to a BLT
  • Curried with potatoes
  • Fry them whole and add to any dish
  • Mash boiled potatoes, add cheese, preferred spices, a hard boiled egg.  Cover and set in fridge for 20 minutes.  Fry till hot and serve with ketchup and hot sauce.
  • Bacon jalapeño deviled eggs
  • Special egg salad (NO mayo.  Instead, use veggie dip 3 tablespoons of dried ranch, 8 ounces sour cream, and small 8 ounce container of whipped cream cheese.)
  • Ham and egg pie
  • Hard boiled egg chopped into egg salad with mayo, garlic powder, parsley and cracked pepper, on top of toasted brioche with two fat juicy Vlassic sweet pickle stackers.

Information About Eggs:

One large egg contains-

  • Vitamin B12 (cobalamin): 9% of the RDA
  • Vitamin B2 (riboflavin): 15% of the RDA
  • Vitamin A: 6% of the RDA
  • Vitamin B5 (pantothenic acid): 7% of the RDA
  • Selenium: 22% of the RDA
  • The incredible edible egg also contain small amounts of almost every vitamin and mineral required by the human body!   This includes calcium, iron, potassium, zinc, manganese, vitamin E, folate and many more.

Final Note:

Did you know that almost all the nutrients are contained in the yolk?   The egg white contains only protein.  So make sure to eat the whole egg to reap all the benefits of this amazing food.

So tell me, what’s your favorite way to eat an egg?

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This post currently has 10 responses.

  • monique s

    Deviled eggs are my favorite way to eat hard boiled eggs. Great for get togethers and for lunches too.

  • Peggy Nunn

    I like just egg salad and make a sandwich. I am going to look up Meatball stew with eggs. I have not heard of it but it sounds interesting.

  • Dana Rodriguez

    These are great ideas! Thank you! I usually make egg salad or deviled eggs so I love this list of suggestions.

  • Mia E.

    Our grandkids like egg muffin sandwiches so we do those frequently when they are visiting. I saved your easy biscuit egg bake recipe since it looks so good.

  • Michelle S

    The biscuit egg bake looks yummy! I saved the recipe to try this weekend.

  • Sarah L

    For every day I just like scrambled eggs. For special occasions I like to make deviled eggs.

  • James Robert

    Wow, all kinds of new ways for me to use eggs. We love eggs here and I do make the french toast for the kids, deviled eggs, etc but found some things I need to start making as well. Thanks for sharing!

  • gloria patterson

    I am a hard boiled egg fan. Always some in the frig but some times I get tired of just eating the hard boiled egg. Or egg salad so this is a nice start for some changes for me

  • Judy Metcalf

    My husband and I eat a lot of eggs. Some nights we have breakfast for dinner. Love deviled Eggs.

  • Michelle S

    We just did awesome omelets this week for supper. We try to do an egg meal at least once a week – omelets, egg burritos, fried, etc.

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