#sundaysetup: eggs every way

Eggs and more eggs. How appropriate, eh? If you are like us, we often get to the actual dyeing of easter eggs the day before Easter, not true, on Easter. (But that’s the old us, already hard-boiled. 👊)

Eggs Every Way

Whatever your Easter traditions are, you might not be spending your day thinking about your week to come. For #sundaysetups like this, options are essential so you don’t go off the rails and eat pizza every other night. (But that’s the old us, not going to happen.💪) 

1. You can borrow Dawn’s post vacation survival set-up:

Dawn's survial set-up kit

  • Blackberries, blueberries, raspberries, strawberries, apples, green juice
  • Snap peas, green beans, tomatoes, salads
  • Almonds, hummus, avocados, hard boiled eggs

Etc. Done. High Five. No regrets.

2. You can eat eggs.

I don’t know what to tell you if you don’t eat eggs. Learn to eat eggs? I don’t mean to be bossy or mean, but eggs. They are kind of the survival of all survival kit essentials, and I highly suggest you do not give up on them or yourself + eggs.

Tiffany makes this paleo breakfast casserole by PaleOMG.  Note from Tiffany: 

"The only thing I do differently is sauté the sweet potato in coconut oil and cinnamon on the stove top."

Tiffany's Sunday Set-Up and Paleo Breakfast Casserole

Christine makes these egg muffins for her Sunday Set-Up and pairs them with a side of roasted sweet potatoes for breakfast. Notes from Christine: 

"I make them keep for the week - I freeze them. So when I prep on Sunday I leave 2 or 3 containers in the fridge, and the remainder go in the freezer. I don't recommend freezing for long periods of time - they get dry, but for just a few days they do just fine in the freezer."

Christine's Egg Muffin recipe

Basic Egg Muffin Recipe
Author: Christine Ruscher
Serves: 6
  • 1/2 lb turkey sausage browned (make 1 lb and freeze half for later)
  • 1/3 cup chopped onion
  • 1/3 cup chopped celery
  • 12 eggs
  • 1/2 cup milk
  • pinch of salt and pepper
  1. Preheat oven to 350°.
  2. Mix together browned sausage, onion, and celery. Divide evenly between 12 greased muffin cups.
  3. Whisk together 12 eggs, milk, salt and pepper.
  4. Pour over sausage mixture in muffin tins.
  5. The muffin cups will be very full, they won't overflow.
  6. Bake at 350 for 20-22 minutes.
  7. Variation #2: Skip the onion and celery and add taco seasoning (homemade spices or store bought) when you brown your meat. Again, you can make a pound and freeze half. In a small bowl mix 1/2 lb taco meat with 2/3 cup chopped tomatoes. Divide evenly between 12 greased muffin cups and proceed with the recipe. Add avocados, salsa, lettuce, etc. as you wish.
Options are endless.
Serves 6 - 2 muffins per serving

Basic egg muffins

Brianna scrambles 30 egg whites at a time, sometimes leaving 2-3 egg yolks, and an entire 9 oz bag of spinach. This gives Brianna 5 meals worth of eggs and lasts for 3-4 days. 

Brianna's Egg Whites

1 serving of egg whites and spinach

I like to put an over-easy egg on almost any bowl of hot food or cold salad. Honestly, this took me getting used to, I never used to like over-easy eggs. Now it's the easiest way for me to make a meal. So good, and so many options. Like last week's cauliflower rice with an egg and avocado.

Cauli-rice with avocados and eggs

How to make an over-easy egg here.


How to make a hard-boiled egg here.

how to hard boil an egg with a yellow yolk

What’s your favorite way to eat eggs? We want to know. Share it here in the comments, email me your favorites, or post on our Sunday Set-Up page!

Have a great Easter!