Four Instagram-worthy Recipes From Get Cracking Eggs-perts

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Over the past year, we’ve been having such a fun time working with dietitians, bloggers and online personalities from coast to coast who love eggs just as much as we do. In the spirit of sharing the best of the best egg dishes, simple recipes and easy cooking tips, we’ve reached out to our Get Cracking partners across Canada to have them share their favourite egg recipes and healthy eating advice. From breakfast to dinner, lunch to snacks, these recipes are not only delicious, they‘re nutritious!


Kayla Short’s Egg Salad Quinoa Bowl 

Kaylas Egg Salad Qunoia Bowl2When you’re busy but you don't want to sacrifice on nutrition, tossing a bunch of whole, unprocessed ingredients into a bowl is absolutely the way to go! I love this Egg Salad Quinoa Bowl because anything goes, and you can prepare the ingredients in bulk and enjoy throughout the week or as needed! Starting with a good base of protein from nutrient-dense eggs, you can basically combine them with any veggies or greens you have on hand. Keeping you full and nourished, I love the creamy texture of the eggs when added to this salad. Not to mention eggs have so many health benefits! 13 grams of protein (for two eggs), a great dose of energy from the vitamin B12, and lutein for eye health just to name a few. 

- Kayla Short


Carrie Walder’s Pesto Potato Hash

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This Pesto Potato Hash is packed with high-quality protein from eggs, as well as tons of veggies, fibre-rich carbohydrates, and healthy fats from the hemp seed pesto. The combination of the creamy pesto and runny egg yolks mixed in with all the veggies is beyond delicious. It’s an easy and nutritious recipe that can be enjoyed for any meal of the day!

- Carrie Walder


Carmy Do's Make Ahead Breakfast Taco Egg Bowl Carmys Make Ahead Taco Egg Bowls3

Start off your morning with a well-balanced breakfast with this Make-Ahead Breakfast Taco Egg Bowl! The eggs used in this breakfast bowl are packed with protein, making a super filling meal that is so easy to put together. All you need is around 30 minutes, a couple of simple ingredients, and you've got the perfect on-the-go breakfast for the week.

- Carmy Do


Kelsi Hamilton’s Veggie Egg Frittata 

Kelsis Veggie FritataThis frittata is my go-to recipe on busy weekends when we're all craving a healthy, hearty breakfast or lunch, but really short on time. It only takes 15 minutes to prep and approximately 25 minutes to bake, so you could be sitting and eating in less than an hour. Packed with veggies and protein-filled eggs, you'll be full of nutrients to help conquer your day!

- Kelsi Hamilton


Whether you’re looking for a quick and easy snack, or a crowd-pleasing dinner recipe, our Eggs-perts have you covered! Looking for more eggs-piration? Check out our recipes page and Get Cracking on Instagram and Facebook!