5 Indulging Breakfast Ideas for Egg Lovers

If breakfast has become a bit too routine and uninspiring, here are a few recipes that will help bring back the excitement.

1. Mouth-Watering Breakfast Pizza

Yes, you can have pizza for breakfast and not feel guilty. Especially if it’s an egg-based pizza AND low-carb. All you’ll need are four large eggs, 2 ½ cups shredded mozzarella, ¼ cup grated Parmesan, black pepper, ¼ teaspoon dried oregano, 2 tablespoons pizza sauce, ¼ cup mini pepperoni and ½ a green bell pepper.

Check out the full recipe on Delish.

2. Bacon Weave Breakfast Tacos

Don’t wait until Tuesday for tacos. Have yourself some crunchy bacon weave breakfast tacos for breakfast. You’ll need bacon, eggs, whole milk, butter, chives, Monterey Jack cheese, an avocado and some hot sauce. If reading the ingredients has put your taste buds into an excited frenzy, check out the full recipe here.

3. Cauliflower Waffles

You’ve heard of cauliflower pizza and now we’re introducing you to cauliflower waffles. They taste just like regular ‘ole waffles, minus the gluten. And you can top them within nearly anything you’d like: eggs, bacon, avocados — it’s up to you.

Find the full recipe here.

4. Asparagus Quinoa with Fried Egg

For this creative take on breakfast, you’ll need quinoa, asparagus, panko bread crumbs, garlic, fresh parsley, large eggs, sea salt, olive oil and hot sauce. This recipe will give you a head start on getting the greens you need for the day and add extra protein, compliments of the quinoa.

Check out the full recipe on Delish.

5. Baked Egg Avocado Boats

Sail away with this baked egg avocado boat recipe. You’ll need two ripe avocados, four large eggs, three slices of bacon, freshly ground black pepper and freshly chopped chives. High in fiber and protein and low in carbs, baked egg avocado boats are packed with nutrition and yummy goodness.

Find the full recipe here.

Choose Pasture Raised Eggs

We may be biased, but at Chino Valley Ranchers we believe eggs are better when they’re pasture raised. Compared to conventional eggs, pasture raised eggs are higher in Vitamins A and E and omega-3 fatty acids and lower in cholesterol and saturated fat.

The benefits are clear and the choice is simple. Choose Chino Valley Ranchers’ pasture-raised eggs for a healthy and nutritious breakfast.