Egg Recipes: Eat Eggs For A Whole Month

Feb 19, 2016 04:20 AM EST | By Florence May P. Jose

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Scrambled eggs, omelets and fried egg can be delicious but can take its toll on your health if eaten regularly. If you are in a rush and lack cooking skills, and all you can prepare for breakfast is a hearty egg meal, fret not! We challenge you to do the 30-Day Bake Egg Challenge! Don't worry, the recipes are on us! Waking up will definitely be more egg-citing!

Day 1: Baked Eggs with Potatoes and Pancetta

This dish is perfect for sharing--or you can prepare a batch and eat it for later too. The instructions are simple; Fry the Pancetta until some of the fat are reduced.  Then, add the garlic, rosemary and chili flakes. Stir in the tomatoes and the parmesan cheese. Let it simmer and season with salt and pepper.

Transfer the contents into a baking dish and crack one egg on each dish. Bake it in a preheated oven and wait for the egg to cook, about 20-25 mins. Then you are good to go.

Day 2: Quiche Lorraine With Hash Brown Crust 

As Pop Sugar describes it: ""This tastes like a cross between a hash brown, quiche and potato dauphinoise gratin. Match made in heaven." Get the recipe here

Day 3: Coddled Eggs

If you want to call it the fancy way: "Oeufs en Cocotte". This dish is baked egg with cream and seasoned with salth and pepper. Make your own with the help of this recipe!

Day 4: Cheesy Spinach Mini Frittatas

You need not to use your frittata-flipping skills with this one because you can use a muffin tin or a ramekin as an alternative. And instead of frying, bake it! Because health reasons! Just imagine cheese and eggs and spinach in one power combo breakfast!

Day 5: Indian-Style Baked Eggs With Green Harissa and Naan 

Since you survived your first work week with eggs for breakfast, it's now time to travel around the world with eggs! Try this Indian favorite, close your eyes and let your tastebuds take you to another country!

Day 6: Egg Clouds

Have you always thought of how clouds would taste like? Try out this recipe and find out!

Day 7: Italian Baked Eggs 

After exploring south Asia, let's take our palate to Europe! This is how Italians make their egg breakfasts!

Day 8: Cheddar, Bacon, and Leek Frittata 

It's time to reward yourself with a hearty meal since it's a Sunday. The fuss is worth it because there is bacon on it. 

Day 9: Baked Eggs on a Bed of Cherry Tomatoes 

It's a monday and you have to get out of bed!! Just look forward to a nice egg breakfast as a consolation instead!

Now you can see that there are a lot of ways you can turn your breakfast staple into. Some of it even let you travel accross the globe while some look as if it came out of a classy restaurant! Continue the challenge and look for the succeeding recipes here!

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