That's All Yolks! 7 Creative Ways to Serve Eggs for Dinner

Photo by: Paula Jones
Skillet-Baked Eggs
Ingredients:
2-3 tablespoons vegetables of choice, chopped into bite size pieces
1/2 tablespoon fresh herbs - roughly chopped
1 tablespoon cheese - grated
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Photo by: Paula Jones
Skillet-Baked Eggs
Ingredients:
2-3 tablespoons vegetables of choice, chopped into bite size pieces
1/2 tablespoon fresh herbs - roughly chopped
1 tablespoon cheese - grated
1 tablespoon heavy whipping cream
2 fresh eggs salt/pepper
Directions:
1. Preheat your broiler to high.
2. Spray your mini cast iron pan with cooking spray, or rub well with butter. Add vegetables of choice, Sprinkle herbs and cheese on top.
3. Using your fingers, make two separate nests. Crack one egg into each nest. Add cream. Season with salt/pepper.
4. Bake for approximately 4-6 minutes or until eggs are at your desired doneness. CAREFULLY remove from oven as cast iron will be extremely hot. less 
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Thu, Feb 28, 2013 4:22 PM EST
Eggs are the quintessential breakfast food. Of course, every now and again parents pressed for time will serve them as part of "breakfast for dinner." We've pulled this one when we've accidentally ruined another dish, but really there are any number of delicious ways to include eggs in your dinner repertoire and some compelling reasons to do so. Eggs are loaded with protein and vitamins B12, A, D, and E. And not only are eggs good for you, they're also wonderful for families on a budget. Even free-range organic eggs rarely cost more than fifty cents an egg, making them one of the best deals for protein for hungry families. Here are 7 terrific ways to feed your family eggs for dinner. - By Elizabeth Stark and Brian Campbell



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