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Egg Breakfast Recipes & Masterclasses from Planet Eat

Join Chef Kerri McGuinness in our exclusive masterclass series, The Complete Egg. Kerri teaches you on her unique take on a simple egg breakfast recipes.

Eggs are an incredibly versatile and delicious food. Learn how to get the most out of this cheap and cheerful protein packed parcel by making instant favourites.

Planet Eat, an online food and lifestyle channel have put together a series of easy to follow, delicious recipes to make from the comfort of your own kitchen.  Sign up to our online platform for a free, 30-day trial today. 

The Best of The Breakfast Egg Recipes in Our Masterclass Series

Join Chef Kerri McGuinness as she teaches you how to make Ranchero Scramble in this exclusive masterclass series.

She guides you through the recipes as she spices up classic scrambled egg with a ranchero twist for a healthy, hearty start to your day. 

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In this episode Chef Kerri McGuinness puts her spin on the beloved scotch egg.

Learn how to make the perfect protein packed snack with a pinch of spice for a refreshing take on this classic. 

Watch and learn the recipe here.

In this episode learn how to make more than your traditional dippy eggs.

Chef Kerri goes the extra mile and showcases how to make this light and nutritious meal from the comfort of your own kitchen with this fantastic egg recipe for breakfast or brunch.  

Watch and learn the recipe here.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Our Egg Breakfast Recipes

What can I make for dinner with eggs?

Eggs are a versatile food. Apart from being able to cook them on their own in a variety of ways, there are endless recipes, snacks and meals you can create with them.

From a side accompaniment to the centrepiece of a main meal, eggs can be used in many recipes from quiche to omelette, with steals, in salads and more.

Eggs are a great ingredient to make a hearty breakfast, or a light lunch and dinner.

How many eggs are safe to eat?

It’s suggested that up to three eggs is a safe sum of eggs to consume a day as a healthy balance of protein. This amount will help raise your HDL, which is essentially the good cholesterol.

It is advised not to consume much more that this as it can lead to the consumption of too much saturated fat per day, which may see a raise in cholesterol and weight as a result.

What are the best ways to use up eggs?

In some instances, you may find you have a pile of eggs that are close to their expiration date. There are many ways to use up your eggs in time to whip up some delicious meals, snacks, and puddings.

Popular favoured include, cakes, egg fried rice. French toast (eggy bread), spaghetti carbonara, brioche bread pudding and many more. You can find a list of delicious recipes to use up that carton of eggs here at Planet Eat.

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