As long as you have eggs in your fridge, you will always have the base for a good meal. Breakfast, lunch, dinner — it doesn’t really matter the time of day, eggs are always an eggcellent idea. Eggs are packed with protein which means they’ll help sustain you throughout the day. They’re also inexpensive, so it’s a budget-friendly way to build up your meals. And they are usually very quick and easy to make at home when you’re in a rush or just straight-up hangry. Really, is there anything a humble egg can’t do?
There are a million ways to prepare eggs, but it’s easy to forget all the possibilities. If you’re in a rut or just looking to be inspired, you’ve come to the right place. Here are some of our very best egg recipes from Williams Sonoma. You’ll find omelettes, baked eggs, eggs on pizza, and delicious sandwich options.
Up your game when it comes to omelette fillings thanks to this simple, but stunning recipe. Filled with white or cremini mushrooms, fontina cheese, and thyme, this earthy omelette is perfect for breakfast or an elegant dinner in a pinch.
Skip the long brunch lines this weekend, and stay in with this creative hash. The autumnal dish uses sweet potatoes as a base, with sautéed onions and Granny Smith apples. Diced ham gives this dish a richer flavor, but feel free to omit if you’re vegetarian. Top with poached eggs, sprinkle with fresh herbs, and serve!
You know what’s better than deviled eggs? Spicy deviled eggs. And you know what’s even better than spicy deviled eggs? Spicy deviled eggs that can be made in your Instant Pot in the blink of an eye! This recipe delivers on all fronts, but it gets even better: The eggs are also covered in spicy, homemade breadcrumbs for added texture. Now that’s a party dish.
This recipe is a take on shakshuka, a classic North African dish. It all comes together in one pan, which is a huge bonus. You just add all your onions, spices, whole-peeled tomatoes to a large skillet until warm. Then you add your eggs and bake in the oven until set. Don’t forget to sprinkle with copious amount of cheese and make sure to have a crusty loaf of bread on hand.
This twist on Eggs Benedict might just be better than the original! Instead of Canadian bacon, this recipe uses crispy bacon and roasted tomatoes. The resulting dish is deeply flavorful (roasting tomatoes only enhances their flavor), and of course — hollandaise sauce makes everything better.
Imagine this: you wake up and your roommate or partner delivers you the most delicious egg sandwich in bed (with a side of coffee, of course). Well, it’s time to take your dreams into your own hands and make one yourself! This recipe uses baked eggs instead of fried — which ultimately makes things easier.
Eggs on top of toast is great, but you know what’s better? Eggs nestled inside the toast. This recipe for egg-in-hole sandwiches is made entirely in the oven. Oh, and did we mention that the bacon is cooked with a little maple syrup for added sweetness? Oh yeah — this is going to be good.
Have you ever had an egg on top of your pizza? You’re in for a treat. This recipe gets super creative and uses typical “carbonara” flavors for the pizza topping — cheese, pancetta, black pepper, and of course egg.
Make any salad more filling and delicious with the addition of a poached egg! This recipe couldn’t be simpler: You just need spinach, pancetta, thyme, shallot, oil and vinegar, and two eggs.
Everyone needs a classic egg salad in their back pocket for easy lunch sandwiches. It’s also a great way to use eggs before they go bad! This recipe uses mayonnaise, mustard, herbs, and celery for added crunch.
At its core, this traditional Mexican dish is made with day-old tortillas cooked in a broth-y sauce. This recipe goes above and beyond with a special tomatillo sauce, cheese, and poached eggs.
Name a more iconic duo than steak and eggs — we’ll wait. This recipe utilizes juicy cherry tomatoes covered in thyme and chives for a fresh spin on the dish.
Reinvent your mornings with these cheesy breakfast tacos. In addition to eggs, this recipe adds roasted potatoes and onion for added heartiness. The tacos are topped with fresh pico de gallo before serving.
This easy sheet pan brunch or dinner recipe is packed with vegetables and is great for a large group. You’ll need over a pound of Brussel sprouts for this dish, plus eight eggs. It’s also gluten-free!
This Mediterranean-inspired take on classic deviled eggs is a must-make for any party. The dish take on a briny quality thanks to anchovies and capers, and the fresh parsley brings everything to life.
This recipe is all about using up the ingredients you have in your fridge. You can use spinach as a base, or really any other vegetables you need to use up would be fine here — mushrooms, zucchini, etc. The real star of this dish is the bread crumbs, though, which adds great texture.