Get Eggy with It

It’s almost spring and that means brunch, of course.

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A round egg and herb dish with a slice removed that is placed on a simple round white plate

Photo by: Yunhee Kim

Yunhee Kim

Spring is in the air. Okay, maybe it’s not. But we’re totally ready for spring and brunching outside, so we’ve done a bit of brainstorming to find some our favorite egg recipes in hopes that the weather catches up to our mindset.

Spring Frittata (pictured above)

Utilize stale bread to make this seasonal frittata. Don’t have any ricotta in the house? It adds a creamy richness that you can also achieve by subbing with cream cheese, crème fraîche or cottage cheese.

Beauty Shots of Valerie's Quiche as seen on Food Network’s Valerie’s Home Cooking, Season 1,Beauty Shots of Valerie's Quiche as seen on Food Network’s Valerie’s Home Cooking, Season 1

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Justin Lubin, 2015, Television Food Network. G.P. All Rights Reserved

Valerie Bertinelli loves to serve quiche because it looks super elegant, but it’s actually really easy to make. The recipe makes enough pie dough for two pies, but you can freeze the leftover dough and save it for later.

Food Network Kitchen's Eggs Benedict Breakfast Salad, as seen on Food Network.

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Stephen Johnson, 2015, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

This high-protein, low-calorie breakfast salad has everything that you crave from eggs Benedict, including a creamy lemon dressing that stands in for hollandaise sauce.

Food Network Kitchen’s Bacon Egg Sandwiches for a Crowd for Better In A Sheet Pan, as seen on Food Network

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Tara Donne, ©2016, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Breakfast for a crowd, made easy. Fry your bacon and cook more than a dozen eggs right on a sheet pan in the oven. Have toppings and buns ready for everyone to serve themselves.

FNK HANGOVER EASY EGGS BENEDICT SANDWICH Food Network Kitchen Food Network Mayonnaise, Lemon Juice, Cayenne, Canadian Bacon, English Muffin, Unsalted Butter, Baby Spinach, Egg

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Matt Armendariz, 2014, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

Had a rough night? This breakfast sandwich hits all the flavors you want from brunch without a lot of effort (or having to put pants on).

"My Recipe Box" FNK Recipe: Food Network Kitchen's Broccoli Cheddar Breakfast Pizza,"My Recipe Box"FNK Recipe: Food Network Kitchen'sBroccoli Cheddar Breakfast Pizza

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Armando Rafael Moutela, 2013, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved 2013, Cooking Channel, LLC All Rights Reserved

Pizza for breakfast? Count us in. Store-bought pizza dough and frozen broccoli make it doable in less than an hour.

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