9 Must-Try Recipes for National Egg Month

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May is National Egg Month, a time to celebrate nutritious, versatile eggs and the farmers who produce them! Packed with high-quality protein, eggs include an assortment of vitamins and essential amino acids. It’s hard to find a more perfect protein! Eggs are delicious any time of the day, so give these recipes a try this May. 

 

Breakfast 

  • Guacamole Toast and Eggs
    Can’t go wrong with this superfood duo—avocados and eggs! Spice things up by adding jalapenos, lime juice, garlic and cilantro to the guac.
  • Captain’s Eggs Neptune
    If you’re a fan of eggs benedict, this fun twist on the classic dish is made for you! Plus, it doesn’t hurt that it’s packed with Vitamin D and iron.
  • Farmers Market Omelet
    Next time you head over to your local farmers market, be sure to pick up yellow summer squash, zucchini and red bell peppers to whip up this yummy breakfast! 

Lunch 

  • Fresh Arugula and Couscous Salad
    A nice, light salad is perfect for those warmer spring days. The couscous plus hard-boiled eggs make for a satisfying, high-protein lunch!
  • Southern Deviled Egg Salad Recipe
    It wouldn’t be a true National Egg Month celebration without egg salad! Mix paprika, Dijon mustard, hard-boiled eggs and a few other simple ingredients together for an egg-ceptional classic.  
  • Stuffed Peppers with Egg Toppers
    Shake up your usual lunch by doing some meal prep! Fill colorful peppers with ground beef, veggies, cheese and eggs. Keep them in the fridge to heat up for healthy lunches! 

Dinner 

  • Blazing Poblano Burger
    This burger was meant for summer cookouts. The flavor of the roasted poblano peppers is an excellent juxtaposition to the blue cheese crumbles! 
  • Italian Egg Bake
    Protein-packed and low-carb, an Italian Egg Bake made with sweet potatoes, Italian sausage, cheese and peppers can be prepped ahead and warmed up for an easy meal. 
  • Skillet Pasta with Squash and Zucchini
    Reuse leftover pasta to make this quick, nutritious one-pan meal. 

 

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