Ever wondered How to Cook Eggs in the Oven? Use this way to cook eggs to feed a crowd that’s quick, mess free and could not be any easier!
(updated jan 2021, narration not changed)
It’s HOLIDAY SEASON
Which means it’s time to have brunch! And you know what?
Cooking eggs for a bunch of people on a stove top, without having to make scrambled eggs, is INCREDIBLY HARD.
And, not everyone has an Instant Pot to make Instant Pot Hard Boiled Eggs
And so? OVEN BAKED EGGS are here to rescue you!
Think of them kind of like egg muffins, but just way simpler because you don’t have to add any fillings! Just crack and GO.
Why Baked Eggs are Awesome
Eggs are a staple in my house, and Mr. FFF and I eat them all. the. Time. I love me a plate of cod scrambled eggs for breakfast, healthy deviled eggs for a party appetizer, and zucchini noodles with pesto fried eggs for dinner! Eggs are such a great way to get your protein intake during the day and there are so many ways to cook and enjoy them! Today’s recipe is going to show you how to make eggs in the oven quickly and easily, and it’s the PERFECT way to feed eggs to a crowd! Cooking eggs was never so fast and simple, and they make a really healthy breakfast too!
Health Benefits of Eggs
Not only is cooking eggs in oven an easy way to feed a crowd, it’s an easy way to give your body the nourishment that it needs to fuel your day! Eggs are a great (and inexpensive) source of protein, along with Vitamin B12, selenium, Vitamin D, B6, B 12 and some other important minerals! They also provide some fat that can help increase satiation and make you feel full longer! Especially paired with their protein content.
Texture of Baked Eggs
Making your eggs in the oven will result in a similar texture to hard boiled eggs, but you can make the egg yolks a LITTLE bit softer. However, they will never be as runny as a fried egg. But, the beauty of baked eggs is that there is no shell to deal with! Simply slide the eggs out of the pan and you are ready to eat!
What to serve with Baked Eggs for Breakfast
On the recipe card below, I’m going to show you how to cook eggs in the oven and it is seriously one of the easiest ways to feed your crew! Like I said, these eggs are great to feed a crowd on Thanksgivingor Christmas morning (or ANY morning for that matter) for breakfast. Serve them alongside some snickerdoodle baked French toast casserole, whole wheat vegan pancakesor even some eggnog waffles and you will have the perfect protein packed addition to your meal! They also make a great high protein snack for anytime of day!
When learning how to cook eggs in the oven, the most important piece of information to take note of is how long they should be in the oven! I recommend cooking them for about 10 to 12 minutes, as that will leave the yolk a bit runny. Add or remove a minute to ensure the yolk is done to your liking.
You will know that your baked eggs are done when the whites are thick and set, and the yolks are thick but not completely cooked! If you like a firmer yolk, cook the eggs a bit longer! Once they are finished, remove the eggs from the pan by running a butter knife along the edges. Serve them up, season as desired, and enjoy
Absolutely! Eggs are one of the most versatile keto foods and these baked eggs make a great keto-friendly breakfast
I know eggs are in the dairy aisle which makes it confusing. BUT, eggs come from chicken not cows. This means that eggs are NOT dairy!
Other Healthy Egg Recipes
- 12 Large eggs (or as many as you want)
- Preheat your oven to 400 degrees and generously spray a nonstick muffin pan with cooking spray.
- Crack each egg into a muffin cavity, being careful not the break the yolk. Sprinkle each with salt and pepper.
- Bake for 10-12 minutes, or until the yolk is cooked until your desired runny-ness.
- If they don't come out the pan right away, just run a butter knife around the edges.
Recipes written and produced on Food Faith Fitness are for informational purposes only.
FOR THIS RECIPE, I RECOMMEND:
WEIGHT WATCHERS POINTS PER SERVING: FREESTYLE POINTS: 0 POINTS+: 2. OLD POINTS: 2
(per 1 egg)
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