On this page is a list of the different "egg" and breakfast recipe pages I have. There are lots of different things to make with eggs, but it all starts with breakfast first.
Also below are some tips for storing eggs.Follow the links below.
Egg and Breakfast Recipes
- Blender Recipes - Make a smoothie for breakfast.
- Breakfast Recipes - Ideas for your next breakfast.
- Biscuits and Gravy - Homemade biscuits and white gravy recipes.
- Bisquick Biscuits - Make some biscuits from Bisquick.
- Deviled Eggs - How to make Deviled Eggs.
- How to make Donuts and Bagels - Donuts, Bagels, and Benets recipes.
- Eggnog Recipes - Eggnog Recipes for the holidays.
- Egg Roll Recipes - How to make Egg Rolls and Spring Rolls.
- Easy Muffins - All kinds of easy basic muffins, oh my!
- Pioneer Brand Baking Mix recipes - All the recipes on the box.
- Pancakes and French Toast - Pancakes, blinis, crepes, and French Toast recipes.
- Fried Potato recipes - How to make Hash Browns and Country Fries.
- Oatmeal Recipes - What to make with oatmeal.
- Orange Julius recipes - A variety of recipes passed down through the years.
- Refrigerator Biscuit recipes - What to make with Refrigerator Biscuits.
Storing Eggs Tip: A really fresh egg will sink and a stale one will float. To preserve left over egg yolks for future use, place them into a small bowl and add two tablespoons of salad oil. Then put them into the refrigerator. The egg yolks will remain soft and fresh, and egg yolks kept in this way can be used in many ways.
How long do eggs stay fresh?
There are several different quality of eggs being sold on the market today. On the top of the carton it will say AA or AAA. Triple A is a lower quality of eggs. As far as I know, as long as eggs are refrigerated they last a real long time. If you crack the egg carefully in a bowl, and the egg yellow breaks immediately then I would think twice about eating it. And also if it is bad, it will smell bad when you crack it too, like the commonly used phrase "rotten as an egg"
You really shouldn't keep eggs more than 11 days. If there is a special at the supermarket, just crack the eggs open and put them in the freezer. To use one egg at a time, put single eggs in the ice tray. When frozen, put the egg cubes in a sealed plastic bag. You can take out the cubes one at a time for daily use.