• Bacon, Egg, and Toast Cups You Can Make in a Muffin Pan

    This morning, the classic bacon-and-eggs breakfast combo comes with a time-saving trick.

  • The Best Way to Cook Soft Scrambled Eggs

    2015 was not my best year. I spent most of it confused, sad, heartbroken, and not cooking at all. Last year was turbulent, to say the least, and resulted in some big life changes: I’m no longer married, and I’m living alone (for the first time in eight years).

  • What You Should Know About the Shift to Cage-Free Eggs

    Anna Roth for Civil Eats

  • How to Perfect the Most Difficult Egg Dish: The Omelet

    “Nothing is simpler than an omelet.” A true omelet is neither indulgent nor unhealthy, despite what your local diner would have you believe: Their multi-egg, many-ingredient showcases are delicious, true, but an extravagant example of what should be a simple dish. When the garlic begins to sizzle (do not brown), stir in the wet Swiss chard.

  • Roasted Peppers With Baked Eggs From ‘Cook. Nourish. Glow’

    Every week, Yahoo Food spotlights a cookbook that stands out from all the rest. The week’s cookbook is Cook. 120 Recipes That Will Help You Lose Weight, Look Younger, and Feel Healthier by Amelia Freer (Harper Wave), a nutritional therapist and author of the bestselling book, Eat.

  • This Baked Egg Dish Will Make You Want Breakfast for Dinner

    Scrambled and over-medium got you down? This shakshuka will reinvent the way you see eggs. Bask in all its cheesy and tomato-y glory as you find another excuse to have breakfast for dinner.

  • What the Labels on Egg Cartons Actually Mean

    Most of us buy them without thinking much about it, but the dozen you pick up at the supermarket is worth scrutinizing. (PHOTOGRAPH BY JAMES ROPER)

  • Indulgent Chive Scrambled Eggs from ‘At My Table’

    This recipe for indulgent chive scrambled eggs is from Mary McCartney's cookbook, 'At My Table: Vegetarian Feast for Family and Friends' (Sterling Epicure). McCartney is also a founder, along with her father Paul McCartney and her sister Stella McCartney, of Meat Free Monday, a nonprofit that advocates for meat-free eating at least one day each week.

  • Overnight Bacon and Egg Casserole for Christmas Morning

    Diana Yen is the cookbook author and food stylist behind The Jewels of New York. Below, she bakes up a savory breakfast casserole that will have you spending less time in kitchen come Christmas morning, which means more time for opening presents!

  • 9 Oozy Egg Recipes for Christmas Breakfast

    Sunny-side-up eggs, with their tender, fully cooked whites and deliciously runny yolks, make almost any dish better—we have proof. From breakfast sandwiches to pizza, here are ten amazing recipes that star luxuriously oozy sunny-side-up eggs.

  • How to Perfectly Poach an Egg Using Plastic Wrap

    I will be the first to admit, poaching an egg is hard. There is nothing more frustrating than trying to get that perfect poach. I’ve tried all the techniques, but nothing has worked out quite the way it was supposed to. Recently, I learned you can use plastic wrap to poach an egg and it has been a life changing discovery. 

  • Ultimate Cheesy, Eggy Breakfast Requires Just 2 Ingredients

    You might’ve thought there wasn’t another way to cook eggs—or a strategy lazier than ordering an egg and cheese. 

  • How to Make a Breakfast Frittata with Leftover Pasta

    While leftover pasta can still be delicious on day 2, sometimes you just want something different. The dish came about after binge watching the first season of Aziz Anzari’s new Netflix show “Master of None.” When the series was finished I was craving one thing more than ever — pasta. Not just any kind of pasta but one particular noodle on my mind was bucatini.

  • The Beauty Benefits of Eggs

    Eggs are such a satisfying beauty food. (Photo: Levi Brown - Trunk Archive)

  • Are Pastured Eggs Worth the Extra Money?

    A study from Penn State researchers that was published in the journal Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems found that pastured eggs contain more omega-3 fatty acids (which may help reduce cholesterol and blood pressure) and higher concentrations of vitamins A and E. However, the experiment found that pastured hens averaged 15 percent lower egg production than commercial hens. Study co-author Paul Patterson, PhD, a professor of poultry science at Penn State, tells Yahoo Health that pastured eggs “can be” more nutritious than commercial eggs, but says it depends on the pasture that the hens are exposed to and what they’re fed. Related: Why The Apples We Eat Today Are Not The Ones Our Grandparents His research found that hens had more vitamin E and A and omega-3 fatty acids regardless of whether they grazed on a grass, alfalfa-based, or clover-based pasture.

  • The Bagel Egg in a Hole, the Best Thing Since Bagels and Eggs

    Related: 13 Ways to Eat Eggs for Dinner The egg yolk stays soft while the white parts get crispy. Lift up the bagel when it’s done and you’ll see a griddled bagel and little crackly brown bits of egg white.  It’s easier to make and eat than an egg sandwich: The yolk is contained in its hole and, when broken into, is immediately surrounded by bagel to mop it up. Related: 5 Egg Dishes to Make Without a Recipe It’s amenable to your bagel sandwich preferences: Melt cheese on top, add on bacon or greens, slather it in hot sauce and ketchup. The Bagel Egg in a Hole could be your end game—or your canvas.

  • Bake Your Eggs in a Tomato to Surprise Your Guests at Brunch

    We thought we’ve seen the egg in all it’s glory: eggocado, bacon and egg toast cups, and microwavable poached eggs. But, we were wrong. Here’s another quick and easy baked eggs recipe to add to your list of egg-cellent creations. Bonus: get ready for the most epic yolk porn of your life.

  • Hate Mayo? Avocado Deviled Eggs Are for You

    Below, Jerrelle Guy of Chocolate for Basil shares a tempting take spin on deviled eggs that swaps out mayonnaise for avocado. Photo courtesy of Jerrelle Guy By Jerrelle Guy of Chocolate for Basil The traditional deviled egg recipe calls for a good heaping spoon of mayonnaise, but why load up on all that unhealthy fat when you can replace it with the guiltless variety? I’m talking about the kind in avocados, which helps your skin glow with all those omega-3s, potassium, and other vitamins. In this mayo-free recipe, I added a spicy chipotle pepper in adobo sauce to add a little spice and break up the creamy texture.

  • Egg and Pepper Toasts That Will Break Instagram

    Below, Adrian Harris and Jeremy Inglett of The Food Gays share a spin on eggs and toast that promises to be a hit at the breakfast table. Photo: The Food Gays By Adrian Harris and Jeremy Inglett, The Food Gays Our usual breakfasts consist of fruit smoothies, since we wake up very, very early in the morning.

  • Easy Cheesy Breakfast Sandwiches For the Win

    Here, Stephanie Le of I Am a Food Blog makes a case for homemade breakfast sandwiches. Photos courtesy of Stephanie Le By Stephanie Le, I Am a Food Blog I have a thing for biscuits. Sometimes I think scones/biscuits are best at home because nothing beats a hot-out-of-the-oven biscuit. I tried to cute-ify these little breakfast sandwiches by making them mini. Drop scones are perfect when you don’t want to dirty any dishes.