Food

21 excellent recipes to make with eggs

Breakfast classics, brunch showstoppers, dreamy desserts, easy dinners — and more delicious ideas.

Breakfast classics, brunch showstoppers, dreamy desserts, easy dinners — and more delicious ideas

(Photography, left: David Bagosy; middle and right: CBC Life)

There are so many wonderful things to do with a carton of eggs, beyond your usual scramble. From diner-inspired breakfasts to show-stopping brunch centrepieces, easy weekday dinners and dreamy desserts — eggs can truly do it all. Below, we've rounded up 21 recipes that put eggs in the spotlight for you to turn to any time of day, any day of the week. Dare we say we're very egg-cited about all the dishes to create using these protein-packed delights. 

Big Breakfast Boat

(Photo: David Bagosy, Styling: Melissa Direnzo)

Kuku Sabzi — Herb and Walnut Frittata

(Photography by Betty Binon)

Mini Pavlovas with Lemon Curd and Fresh Fruit

Classic Eggs Benedict with Easy Hollandaise

Quiche Lorraine with Gruyère Cheese and Onions

(Photo: David Bagosy; Styling: Melissa Direnzo)

Real Greek Egg-Lemon Soup

(Credit: Julie Van Rosendaal)

Shakshuka

Roasted Eggplant with Baked Eggs

(Credit: Kyla Zanardi)

Spinach and Gruyere Sourdough Strata

(Photography by Allison Day)

Brie and Chervil Omelette

Walnut-Crusted Avocado, Feta, and Eggs

(Photography by Allison Day)

Lamb's Quarters Frittata

Sweet Potato Goat Cheese Frittata

Spring Vegetable Quiche

Individual Baked Eggs

(Credit: Kyla Zanardi)

The Great Canadian Breakfast Sandwich

(Photography by Kyla Zanardi )

Breakfast Bean Ragout

(Credit: Matt Basile)

Wild Mushroom and Coffee Dutch Baby

(Photography by Marcella DiLonardo)

Bacon and Egg Rice Bowls

(Photo credit: Jackson Roy)

Chef Bangerter's Baked Eggs With Summer Garden Flowers And Foliage

(Photography by Donna Griffith)

Jamie Oliver's Toasted Popeye Bread with Eggs, Vine Tomatoes & Chili Sauce

(Credit: Jamie Oliver Enterprises Limited)

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