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Slice a hot dog in the middle and add an egg - plus 5 other breakfast recipes to shake up your routine
Who said breakfast had to be boring?
Rebecca Reid
09.24.21

Mornings meals can get a little monotonous so why not try one of these super easy, delicious recipes using a true breakfast champion…the mighty egg.

Eggs are so versatile. They are not only extremely healthy, but they are simple to make when you want a fulfilling meal fast. If you desire a change from the usual fried or scrambled egg, I highly suggest you try one or all of these variations from YouTube channel – Scrumdiddlyumptious.

Here are 6 ways to change up your morning eggs.

1. Fried hard-boiled eggs with yolk whip topping.

After hard-boiling your eggs, cut them in half and put your yolks in a separate bowl. Mix your egg yolks with paprika and sour cream. It’s an interesting spin on the traditional devil’s egg.

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Dip your hard-boiled egg halves into flour, egg, and finally, a bread crumb mixture. Fry the eggs until golden brown.

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Pipe your sour cream mixture into the center of the fried egg. Enjoy!

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2. Potato and egg ‘flower.’

Cut potatoes into thin slices. Cut each slice into a crescent moon shape.

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Arrange your potatoes in a non-stick pan to form a flower shape.

Crack an egg and pour the egg white into the center of the flower. Then top with the yolk.

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Whisk additional eggs and pour around the potatoes until cooked.

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3. Ham, egg, and cheese cups.

Cut slices of bread into square shapes. Top with shredded cheese and a piece of ham or meat of your choice.

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Using a muffin tin, press the bread, cheese, and ham into the muffin cups.

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Top with an egg and bake until golden brown.

Sprinkle with chives or the desired seasoning.

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4. Mashed potato and chive eggs.

Bake 3-4 potatoes and scoop out the cooked inside. Mix with chives and seasonings of your choice and place back into the potato skins. Top with an egg and bake. Easy!

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YUM!

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5. Bacon, egg, and cheese potatoes.

Once your potatoes are baked, scoop out the inside and set it aside.

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Mix potatoes with cheese.

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Meanwhile, wrap bacon around the edges of each potato skin.

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Fill the potato skins with the potato/cheese mixture and top with an egg.

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Bake and enjoy!

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6. Hot dog egg.

Grab your hot dogs and try this fun breakfast your kids will love. Slice a hotdog down the middle and crack an egg in the center.

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Cook egg and top with chives or desired seasoning. Hot dogs aren’t just for dinner anymore.

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Eggs are super healthy!

According to some recent news concerning the health benefits of eggs, the yolk is rich in vitamin D.

‘In addition, eggs contain riboflavin, vitamin B12, vitamin A, selenium, biotin, pantothenic acid, iodine, choline, calcium, iron, potassium, phosphorus, zinc, manganese, vitamin E and folate. They have high levels of the antioxidants lutein and zeaxanthin, which are important for eye health and for decreasing risk of macular degeneration and cataracts.’ – floridatoday.com

The yellow color of the yolk is due to its rich antioxidants levels. So try these recipes, and not only will they be delicious, but they might also improve your health.

Now watch the video to learn these 6 easy recipes.

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By Rebecca Reid
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Rebecca Reid is a contributor at SBLY Media.
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