Eggs for breakfast is a no-brainer, but there’s no reason to save them solely for your morning meal. “Eggs are one of the healthiest foods you can eat,” says Fitbit Nutritionist Tracy Morris. “Not only are they delicious, affordable, and incredibly versatile, but they also come pretty close to being a perfectly balanced food.” Just one 70-calorie egg packs six grams of high-quality protein and 11 essential vitamins and minerals.
Start getting inventive with how you get cracking. Below, 13 breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snack recipes starring
Turkey Sausage And Egg Sandwich
Make the most of your morning with this healthy take on the breakfast sandwich. Get the recipe.
Make-Ahead Mini Frittata With Greens
If you wish you had time to scramble eggs for breakfast, these mini frittatas are your make-ahead solution. Get the recipe.
Veggie Breakfast BurritosYou can use up any veggies you like, but this combo of black beans, sweet potato, and eggs, all rolled up in a whole-wheat tortilla, packs plenty of fiber and protein to sustain you throughout the morning. Get the recipe.
Cobb Salad With Portabella BaconThe secret to a healthy Cobb salad? Keep the eggs, and add more veggies and mushroom “bacon.” Get the recipe.
Broccoli Fried Rice with Veggies & EggsSwapping some of your grains for veggies slashes calories and boosts your intake of greens. Try broccoli “rice” in this delicious alternative to takeout. Get the recipe.
Superfoodwith Cherry Tomatoes & Green BeansEnjoy this decadent salad that’s packed with protein and omega-3s. Get the recipe.
Deconstructed NiçoiseSame great ingredients, different presentation. Get the recipe.
Quinoa Bowls With Eggs And AvocadoWhen you top quinoa with eggs and avocado, you’ve got a protein-packed meal that can be prepped in 15 minutes flat. Get the recipe.
Poached Eggs In Spicy Tomato SauceThis spicy, sumptuous, vegetarian dish melds the flavors of braised veggies with tangy tomato sauce and pungent herbs. Get the recipe.
Mushroom Pizza With Eggs and HerbsSatisfy your pizza craving while fitting in the muscle-building power of eggs. Get the recipe.
Spring Grain Bowls With Eggs And VeggiesShop the farmer’s market and embrace spring veggies with this fresh-and-flavorful dish. Get the recipe.
Deviled Eggs with Greek YogurtIt just isn’t a party without deviled eggs. This lighter, brighter version borrows that tang from Greek yogurt and gorgeous fresh herbs. Get the recipe.
Cucumber, Tomato, and EggsOutsmart hunger with this simple, protein-rich snack. Get the recipe.
Hungry for more? Here are 7 More Unexpectedly Delicious Places to Hide Eggs.
This information is for educational purposes only and is not intended as a substitute for medical diagnosis or treatment. You should not use this information to diagnose or treat a health problem or condition. Always check with your doctor before changing your diet, altering your sleep habits, taking supplements, or starting a new fitness routine.