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EGGStravaganza {Recipe Round-Up}


At the beginning of April, I put out a call for recipes. "Bring me your favorite egg recipes," I said. For the first time ever, the savories outnumbered the sweets. This is what I got..

Savory

I love all the variations of deviled eggs!
photos courtesy of participating bloggers: Farmersgirl KitchenShockingly Delicious

Sweet Basil Deviled Eggs by Shockingly Delicious

More egg-y deliciousness!
photos courtesy of participating bloggers: Cupcake MuffinOn the Move, In the Galley

Easy Hash Brown Egg Casserole by Close to Home
Eggciting Curried Eggs by Love & Flour
Shirred Eggs with Tomato by Cupcake Muffin
Chinese Tea Eggs by On the Move, In the Galley
Molded Hard-boiled Eggs by Culinary Adventures with Camilla
Broccoli, Ham and Cheddar Egg Bake by Join us, Pull Up a Chair
Egg and Hash Brown Breakfast Pie by An Affair from the Heart
Arugula Salad with Bacon and Poached Quail Eggs by Flying on Jess Fuel
Quinoa Frittata by  Flying on Jess Fuel
Eggs Benedict Casserole by Cheese Curd in Paradise

Some with International Flair...
Menemen by Rachel Cotterill
Chinese Stir-Fried Tomato and Eggs by Tara's MultiCultural Table
Moroccan Meatball and Egg Tagine by Tara's MultiCultural Table
Thai Stuffed Omelet by Tara's MultiCultural Table
Tuscan Baked Eggs on Lentils by Shockingly Delicious

These are SO pretty!
photos courtesy of participating bloggers: On the Move, In the GalleySpinach Tiger

Eggs in a Lacy Nest by On the Move, In the Galley
Baked Eggs in Avocado by Curious Cuisiniere
Breakfast Burgers by Amy's Cooking Adventure
Baked Eggs with Sweet Potato-Brussels Sprout Hash by Spinach Tiger
Eggs Benedict Risotto by Cheese Curd in Paradise

Sweet
Peanut Butter Eggs with Dark Chocolate by Spinach Tiger
Strawberry Passionfruit Pavlova by Culinary Adventures with Camilla
Chocolate Chip Meringue Cookies (Gluten-Free) by The Heritage Cook
Meyer Lemon Curd and Shortbread Cookies by The Heritage Cook

Drinkable
photo courtesy of participating blogger: The Martini Diva

Easter Egg Martini by The Martini Diva
Easter Chocolate Cream Egg Martini by The Martini Diva

Thanks to the bloggers who shared their recipes!

Comments

  1. Oeufs galore! what a tasty, tempting collection you have gathered. I can't wait to graze my way through these treats.

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  2. Thank you for adding my Egg and Hash brown Pie! :)

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  3. Wow, there are a lot of recipes here! I'm not sure where to begin. I love the International Flair idea, and the egg martinis have definitely captured my attention. Thanks for a great round-up, Camilla!

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  4. Wow what a fab round-up Camilla, I love having egg recipes like this. And your molded hard-boiled eggs are so cute.

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  5. Fantastic round up, there are some recipe there I am definitely bookmarking. Thanks for inviting me to join you in this eggstravaganza :-)

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  6. Yum! Everything looks sooo good! Great roundup!

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