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.
On busy mornings, Katie can fix these tasty sandwiches in about 15 minutes. "While the flaky biscuits bake, cook the eggs and warm up precooked bacon," she suggests. "Then add cheese for a homemade in-hand breakfast."
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.
When our son, Chris, is hungry for something other than cold cereal in the morning, he whips up these eggs. Cheese and evaporated milk make them especially good. He also makes them when we go camping.—Chris Pfleghaar, Elk River, Minnesota
When I want to spice up my breakfast, I make these finger-licking, family-approved sausage sandwiches. They can be prepared quickly when I'm short on time. And it's a fun way to combine sausage and scrambled eggs.
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.
I make a point of saving my leftover bread just so I can make this family-favorite recipe. Kids will have fun helping you prepare it, but will enjoy eating this sticky "scrambled" version of French toast even more!
I like to have friends and family over for a special Sunday brunch, especially when there's a "big game" on television. These colorful eggs go perfectly with sausage, toasted English muffins and fresh fruit.
THIS RECIPE has a long tradition in our family. It was a special meal at my mother's table, and I enjoyed cooking it for my seven children. Now they prepare it for their families. I'm glad this recipe was easy to adjust for just the two of us. My wife and I enjoy it two or three times a week.
-James Newton, Minocqua, Wisconsin