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10 Awesome Egg Breakfasts For Winter in 30 Minutes – or Less!

10 Delicious Egg Breakfasts in 30 Minutes - or less!

Come winter I LOVE a warm egg breakfast in the morning. In the summer I tend to eat cold granolas with iced milk, but winter I am all about warm breakfasts. Eggs are a particular favorite because they are full of enough protein that they can really hold me all morning. This is especially relevant on mornings before a long day of skiing or playing with the kids when I really need to have energy to burn! The same can not be said for a simple bowl of cereal. Here are a few of my totally favorite egg breakfasts for winter mornings that can all be made in under a half hour. I know that is how much time most of us truly have to serve the first meal of the day. And here is a hot tip, these recipes also make great dinners in a pinch, too!

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  • Baked Eggs in Avocados 1 of 10
    Baked Eggs in Avocados
    Baking eggs in avocados gives breakfast a fun, healthy twist. Try using this method with vegetables like pepper rings or onion rings!
    Make baked eggs in avocados
    Photo: Kelsey Banfield
  • Egg in a Hole 2 of 10
    Egg in a Hole
    This ultimate budget breakfast is always a hit any day of the week. It is cute enough to please the kids and hearty enough to satisfy the adults!
    Make egg in a hole
    Photo: Paula Jones
  • Double Decker Egg Sandwich 3 of 10
    Double Decker Egg Sandwich
    This awesome egg sandwich is decadent to boot and is just the thing to make when you need a heavy duty breakfast to get your day started!
    Make a double decker egg sandwich
    Photo: Kelsey Banfield
  • Eggs Baked in Bread Bowls 4 of 10
    Eggs Baked in Bread Bowls
    Baking eggs in bread bowls is incredibly easy when you use basic buns you already have on hand. Bake these up in minute and enjoy having your bread and toast in one bite!
    Make eggs baked in bread bowls
    Photo: Julie VR
  • Greek Pepper & Onion Frittat 5 of 10
    Greek Pepper & Onion Frittat
    A frittata the perfect medium between the omelet and a more involved quiche. Whip this up in minutes and serve it to a crowd of hungry kids!
    Make Greek pepper and onion frittata
    Photo: Aggie's Kitchen
  • Baked Pancake Egg & Bacon Cups 6 of 10
    Baked Pancake Egg & Bacon Cups
    Baking eggs in muffin tins is so much fun and actually quite simple. Layer up all of your favorite breakfast foods and pop them in the oven.
    Make baked pancake egg and bacon cups
    Photo: Paula Jones
  • Egg Omelet Cups 7 of 10
    Egg Omelet Cups
    These simple baked omelets are so healthy and come together in snack. Give them your own flavor with vegetables like red peppers or mushrooms!
    Make egg omelet cups
    Photo: Paula Jones
  • Chicken Noodle Omelet 8 of 10
    Chicken Noodle Omelet
    The omelet is unique and fun for breakfast. It is especially useful for people who need a truly hearty egg dish to start off the day!
    Make a chicken noodle omelet
    Photo: Kelsey Banfield
  • Egg Sandwich Wrap 9 of 10
    Egg Sandwich Wrap
    These awesome egg sandwich wraps can be made super quick and are great for giving kids to eat on the go!
    Make egg sandwich wrap
    Photo: Jenny Rosentratch
  • Breakfast Burrito 10 of 10
    Breakfast Burrito
    This easy breakfast wrap is always a hit with kids. Serve it with a side of fruit for a round meal!
    Make a breakfast burrito
    Photo: Macki Cayloma

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Photo: Paula Jones, Kelsey Banfield, Julie VR

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