On the second Friday of every October, thousands of people across the world celebrate the nutrition and benefits of eggs. This year, World Egg Day falls on October 14th. Here are more than a dozen egg recipes to make on this day.
We'll start off with perhaps the most popular breakfast of choice in 2016, avocado toast – topped with an egg. You can even make this in your dorm room!
If you're watching your carbs (which you really don't need to), don't worry. This has all the protein and good fats that will keep you happy and full.
Comfort food that's easy to make and inexpensive? This could easily be breakfast, lunch, dinner, or even a midnight snack.
This is no ordinary scrambled eggs dish. Pair this dish with some freshly steamed white rice or eat it on its own — it's going to be tasty no matter how you eat it.
Learn to make your own pesto in less than 7 minutes! Did we mention you can make this dish with a blender? You can share with your BFF or SO... Or you can save it all for yourself.
Breakfast never seemed so easy with this genius combination in a muffin tin.
Yet another mess-free muffin tin recipe. We'd take one of these breakfast muffins over a cupcake any day.
Take your egg game to another level with this brunch ring. Invite all your friends who are egg lovers, too, while you're at it.
This is one of those mug recipes that actually work, and one of those copycat recipes that taste great.
This is perhaps one of the most fun and fanciest ways to eat eggs. Butter up some toast and get ready to dip it in delicious, creamy yolk.
Whoever said oatmeal is boring hasn't tried this savory version. A warm bowl of comfort on a cool autumn day? Count us in!
Spice up your normal brunch, literally, with this very simple recipe.
With this dish, you'll be able to enjoy all the components of a classic breakfast. Plus, you won't have to do any dishes!
Runny yolk lovers can be enthusiastic about ordinary poached eggs, but why not add a little more texture with some bread crumbs?
If eggs are the reason you get out of bed every morning, you better get cooking. Just don't get too "egg-sited!"