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Egg Recipes For People Who Hate Eggs

Slice of breakfast pizza/spaghetti carbonara/woman eating fried rice with chopsticks
The Cookie Rookie/Recipes From Italy/Joy the Baker

Eggs are nutritious, delicious, and a classic breakfast staple. There are so many egg recipes whether you enjoy them morning, noon, or night. But…what if you don’t enjoy them at all?

For some people, eggs aren’t all they’re “cracked” up to be.

But, don’t give up on these protein-packed snacks just yet. We’ve got some great ways for you to enjoy them. Essentially, these are eggs for people who don’t like eggs. By giving some of these egg recipes a try, you might change your tune and see what all the fuss is about.

Breakfast Pizza

Closeup of breakfast pizza with sausage, hashbrowns, and basil
The Cookie Rookie

We’ve all been there, chomping down on a slice of cold pepperoni pizza for breakfast when you don’t feel like cooking. It’s hard to go wrong with pizza, which is why it’s the perfect “eggs for people who don’t like eggs” solution.

Breakfast pizza isn’t necessarily new, but it’s a great way to take something you already love and introduce eggs! Most breakfast pizzas use traditional pizza dough, cheese, eggs, and some type of breakfast meat like sausage or bacon. But, the sky’s the limit.

Include any other toppings you like so you’re more likely to enjoy the pizza as a whole—eggs and all!

Food blogger The Cookie Rookie uses crescent roll dough as the crust, and she adds shredded hashbrowns for more texture and heartiness. She also suggests adding things like ground beef or peppers if you want a southwestern version.

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Fried Rice

Woman using chopsticks to pick up cheeseburger fried rice in a takeout container
Joy the Baker

If you’re a fan of Chinese takeout but you’ve never tried fried rice, you’re missing out! Fried rice is totally customizable, but most Chinese restaurants serve versions with day-old rice, green onion, soy sauce, sesame oil, green peas, and scrambled eggs.

The eggs provide texture and flavor without overpowering the dish, and there are so many ingredients that you’ll have a different experience in each bite.

If you’re not quite ready to try traditional fried rice and want to walk the line of comfort food, try Joy the Baker’s cheeseburger fried rice. It combines the classic taste of a good old American cheeseburger with the Chinese dish. Joy’s recipe contains ground beef, mustard, cheese, ketchup, bacon, and three eggs—but with everything else going on, you probably won’t even notice the scramble!

Craft Wok Traditional Hand Hammered Carbon Steel Pow Wok

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Spaghetti Carbonara

Spaghetti carbonara with pancetta and black pepper
Recipes from Italy

If you want to introduce more egg dinner recipes into your arsenal, it doesn’t get easier (or tastier) than carbonara. It’s rich, luxurious, and the ultimate eggs for people who don’t like eggs recipe. Because, let’s face it, you can’t go wrong with pasta.

You’ll find countless carbonara recipes online, but if you want to keep things simple and as authentic as possible, you only need a handful of ingredients, including guanciale (or pancetta), spaghetti, pecorino cheese, black pepper, and eggs.

By mixing the eggs together with the cheese and a bit of pasta water, you’ll create a silky smooth sauce that coats each noodle beautifully. The saltiness of the cheese and the bite of the black pepper tend to mask the taste of the eggs, but they do their job by adding richness to the dish.

Again, you can play around with different versions of carbonara, but for a tried and true recipe, try the version from Recipes from Italy, using only the ingredients listed above.

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Quick Banana Pancakes

Stack of banana pancakes topped with icing, cherries, and maple syrup
Hurry the Food Up

Jack Johnson could’ve whipped up these banana pancakes in no time, and now that the song is officially stuck in your head, hum along as you uncover what could be the easiest egg recipe ever—two-ingredient banana pancakes.

Just because you aren’t a fan of eggs doesn’t mean you don’t like breakfast, right? Maybe you enjoy things on the sweet side. If so, these banana pancakes will offer the best of both worlds. Hurry the Food Up offers a more detailed step-by-step recipe, but the process is simple.

Mash one banana up in a bowl. Add two eggs and mix well until a batter forms. Fry gently in a skillet with butter or oil, flip, and keep cooking until they’re set, and voila! The easiest banana pancakes ever. They’re high in protein and flavor, and you won’t taste the egg at all.

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Eggs Benedict Casserole

Eggs Benedict casserole with English muffins, Canadian bacon, and Hollandaise sauce
The Food Charlatan

Okay, we saved the recipe with “eggs” in the name for last, but don’t let it freak you out! Eggs Benedict is a brunch staple and makes for a rich and hearty breakfast. But, if you’re not an egg lover, you probably won’t enjoy a poached egg running all over your Canadian bacon and English muffin.

Eggs benedict casserole remedies that. The Food Charlatan’s egg casserole recipe is the perfect way to enjoy an eggy breakfast dish—even if you don’t like eggs. An overnight Eggs Benedict casserole features torn English muffins, Canadian bacon, cheese, cream, milk, and Hollandaise sauce. Yes, it has plenty of eggs, too, used to bind the dish together.

But, as everything bakes together and you top it with buttery Hollandaise, you probably won’t even notice the eggs. Beyond that, you’ll be the hero of your brunch or breakfast get-together!

USA Pan Bakeware Rectangular Cake Pan

The perfect vessel for any eggy casserole!


This is just a small sample of egg recipes you can enjoy even if you don’t like eggs. Clearly, they’re not just for breakfast. Egg dinner recipes are just as popular and delicious, and when you’re able to mask the taste and texture of eggs, you can expand your menu options.

You might even find that the more you introduce yourself to egg recipes you enjoy, the more you’ll be willing to branch out and give more egg-forward dishes a chance.

So, try something new, unleash your inner chef, and you might find that you enjoy eggs more than you originally thought.

Stacey Koziel Stacey Koziel
Stacey Koziel is a news writer at LifeSavvy. She's worked as a freelance writer for over ten years, focusing on family and lifestyle content. She also has a background in marketing and social media, and is always eager to talk (and write!) about the latest TikTok trends. Read Full Bio »
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