Eggs are the backbone of breakfast, there, it's been said. No matter if it's breakfast, brunch or the occasional midnight breakfast- eggs are the way to go. Even though they are so versatile, most people just prepare eggs as either fried or scrambled! The other creations may seem a bit tricky to make but in reality they couldn't be easier and not to mention, delicious.
Take a trip on the wild side and create some baked eggs this weekend. The Lifestyle Collective bloggers are here to give you the confidence and recipes to make some delicious treats. Look through the slideshow and pick your favorite.
Eggselent baked eggs
Eggselent baked eggs
Baked Eggs and Sausage in Marinara Sauce
"Eggs are cracked into a pool of marinara sauce that has been sprinkled with sweet Italian sausage. Mozzarella and parmesan cheese provide the perfect melty topping and fresh basil adds the most necessary freshness!" - Cooking and Beer
"This was one of the best things that I have ever put into my mouth. I always hesitate to make statements like that, because what if one of you try it and you are less than impressed, but I loved these eggs." - Taste and Tell
"I’ve eaten this for breakfast, lunch and dinner. If you want to make it a little heartier for dinner, a can of chickpeas or black beans fits in perfectly. Plus, some toast or flatbread to soak up all of the yolky/tomato saucy goodness left in the bottom of the bowl is an absolute must, whatever the time of day. " - The Whole Bite
Baked Eggs with Ramps, Sweet Onions, Tomatoes and Goat Cheese
"I loved the way all the flavors came together, but don't feel limited to this combo alone. The week before last, I baked up some eggs with kale, onions, garlic, and rosemary from my garden and that equally delicious yet totally different. Make this your own." - Fix Feast Flair
"I have always been intrigued by this fancier preparation and thought I would give it a try with my own personal preference of seasonings and herbs. This prepartion originated in France and they refer to it as oeufs en cocotte which means “eggs in ramekins.” I don’t have a french background but I think I prefer their fancier reference (who wouldn’t?)." - Nutrition by Mia