If you're in need of breakfast ideas, egg breakfast recipes are a satisfying start to the day. These family-favorite scrambled egg recipes for burritos, wraps, sandwiches and more might make you rethink your regular recipes for eggs.
When my family visits, I love to make my nephew Robbie happy by making any breakfast with pork and cheese. I created this as a twist on the traditional breakfast sandwich. —Kelly Boe, Whiteland, Indiana
Meet the Cook: As a high school vice principal with a 5-year-old daughter, I especially appreciate the convenience of this dish. I've served it for breakfast and also as part of a full brunch buffet along with breads, biscuits, bagels and side salads.
-Diane Sackfield, Kingston, Ontario
Dixie Terry's sunny specialty is a colorful crowd-pleaser. "My eight grandchildren often enjoy these egg-packed pitas for Saturday morning brunch...or with a light salad for supper," she informs from Goreville, Illinois.
This scrambled egg breakfast can also be served for lunch or dinner with a tossed salad or green vegetable such as steamed spinach. You can replace the baked tortillas with tortilla chips, if you like. —Donna Marie Ryan, Topsfield, Massachusetts
I developed this recipe myself a few years ago. The bacon, onion, green pepper, hominy, eggs and cheese makes it a great combination for brunch. I like to serve portions of it along with slices of toast and glasses of juice.—Pamelyn Hooley, Goshen, Indiana
Corn adds the surprising sweetness to these effortless eggs from Mrs. John Perschke of Michigan City, Indiana. "Vary the flavor by adding 1/4 cup of chopped onion and 3 tablespoons of chopped green pepper," she suggests.
For a light lunch or dinner, try this skillet supper from Esther Shank of Harrison, Virginia. "Place a couple of potatoes in the microwave to 'bake' while you're making this, so you have a complete meal," she writes.
I cook for a youth camp during the summer, so I've grown accustomed to preparing large quantities of food. This fluffy recipe was originally handed down to me by a previous cook. I made a few alterations and came up with this easy-to-make version.—Terry Bringhurst, Berlin, New Jersey
One morning, years ago, my husband, Todd, and I whipped up this dish as a way to use leftover smoked salmon...it caught on! Now we always make extra portions of this tasty fish at dinner so we can have our family favorite in the morning.