Cobb Salad Sandwich

A round up of recipes featuring eggs

With Easter just around the corner, I’ve got Eggs on my mind. Although grocery stores make it possible to have eggs all year round, Spring is when eggs are naturally at their nutritional peak, which partly explains why they are featured so prominently on the Easter menu.

If you are looking for a way to use eggs as part of your Easter decor, check out this post on  How to Dye Easter Eggs Naturally.

If you are looking to understand why all eggs aren’t created equally and how beneficial it can be to buy local eggs this Spring, check out this post on The Beauty of Farm Fresh Eggs and How to Source Them.

And if you need recipes, to fill up the Easter Menu or to use up all those leftover eggs after your holiday guests hit the road, we’ve got you covered. Here are Eight Great Egg Recipes for Spring that the whole family will enjoy!

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Eight Great Egg Recipes for Spring

Cobb Salad Sandwich

This twist on a traditional Cobb Salad is a perfect way to use up leftover hard boiled Easter Eggs after the holiday. This makes a hearty lunch with ingredients that you probably already have in the fridge! Get the RecipeCobb Salad Sandwich

Guacamole Deviled Eggs

Deviled Eggs are old news, but these smooth and creamy eggs with their pale green color taste like the promise of Spring. They make an attractive addition to an Easter Brunch Buffet, just be sure to make plenty because they’ll be gone in a heartbeat. Get the Recipe: Guacamole Deviled Eggs

Easter Egg Bread

This festive bread recipe is easier than it looks and is a really impressive way to showcase some of your favorite Easter Eggs for the holiday. Get the Recipe: Easter Egg Bread

Leek and Ham Frittata

Nothing showcases eggs better than a frittata and this recipe is a delicious, savory, protein rich dish that is perfect for breakfast and brunch. It’s simple enough to use as a make-ahead breakfast on a weekday morning, but it also makes a great holiday dish too. Get the Recipe: Leek and Ham Frittata 

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One Pan Crispy Bacon and Asparagus with Baked Eggs

If you’re contemplating this dish for an upcoming breakfast, brunch or even lunch, it is fast and filling, and clean-up consists simply of a single pan. Get the Recipe: One Pan Crispy Bacon and Asparagus with Baked Eggs

Squash and Parmesan Crustless Mini Quiches

These mini quiche reheat from frozen beautifully and are a simple way to use up a surplus of eggs. Get the Recipe: Squash and Parmesan Crustless Mini Quiches

ABC Frittata

Apples, Bacon, and Cheddar are the perfect compliment to a lot of eggs in this delicious Frittata recipe. Best of all, it’s easy enough to get the kids involved in the kitchen, which would make for a very memorable spring activity! Get the Recipe: ABC Frittata

Crustless Quiche

This crustless quiche whips together in less than 10 minutes. It will be puffy when you take it out of the oven, but will settle into a rich, savory baked custard. Get the Recipe: Crustless Quiche

How do you best enjoy eggs?

About Allison

Allison Ruth, mama to three hungry girls, blogs at Some the Wiser where she takes life as it comes and tries to learn a little something as she goes.
Whether she’s baking bread, sewing, or contemplating the fate of socks gone missing in the laundry, she looks for the peace and creativity life offers to everyone who is paying attention.

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  1. These are some gorgeous egg recipes!! Love!!
    Jenny Flake’s last post: White Chocolate Lemon Pudding Cookies

  2. I’m a big fan of breakfast burritos. But I am intrigued by the Easter Egg Bread too!
    Julia’s last post: Blueberry Peach Clafoutis

  3. I love them in breakfast sandwiches. This morning’s rendition had avocado, tomato, cheddar and slivers of red onion with fresh cracked pepper. I also love it with bacon (!!!) and cheddar too. I’ve figured out a way to make egg sandwiches at work too – just nuke some spinach, then either crack an egg or add egg whites, cook for about 50 seconds, and enjoy on a toasted english muffin with some laughing cow cheese. It’s a great, speedy breakfast to have while on the run.

    A friend also recently made me sri racha deviled eggs and they were pretty much amazing too. Yum!
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