It’s the freakin’ weekend, and I’m egg-cited!

Happy Fry-YAY, sweaties! It’s time for long runs, lounging in the sunshine, and brunch with friends. That’s right! It’s the freakin’ weekend, baby, and I’m ‘bout to have me some fun!

Because I don’t want to have to think too hard about anything this weekend, I’m so egg-cited to have three bonafide delish recipes to whip out. Whether I’m fueling for a day of sweat or trying to impress my foodie friends, the recipes Christine featured during her takeover of Eggland’s Best Instagram on Wednesday have me ready to go for the weekend!

And BONUS: they’re all as easy to make as they are delicious to eat!

Spicy Egg Breakfast Burrito

This breakfast burrito has everything you could need to kick start your day, literally those peppers will get you going on a spicy note!

Ingredients (Makes 2 Burritos)

  • 4 Eggland’s Best eggs
  • 1/2 cup scallions
  • 1/3 cup cilantro
  • 1 Habanero chopped
  • 1 Jalapeño chopped
  • 1 tsp chili powder
  • 1 tsp red pepper flakes


  1. Scramble eggs and add to skillet.
  2. Cook until about halfway done then add all ingredients. Be sure to mix through evenly.
  3. Heat up a flour tortilla and add your egg mixture.
  4. Roll up and enjoy.

Check out Christine’s full blog post featuring this recipe, which also includes some great nutritional information about Eggland’s Best eggs. (Did you know that EB eggs have 6x more vitamin D than regular eggs??)

Spicy Avocado Spread & Egg Toast

Avocado? Who said avocado? I’m in!

I love love LOVE Christine’s avocado spread and EB egg toast recipe! Get a little heat in there for extra flavor, and, of course, #putaneggonit for all the yolky, yummy protein!


  • 1 avocado
  • 1/4 lime juice
  • 1/2 jalapeño pepper (chopped)
  • 1/2 tsp of red pepper flakes (or more to your liking)
  • dash of salt
  • 1 Eggland's Best egg
  • Toast


Mash avocado until smooth and then mix in the chopped all ingredients in until fully mixed. Spread over toast and top with an egg cooked to your liking.

Egg Rollups

These rollups are easy with a capital “E.”


  1. Spray skillet with non-stick spray
  2. Scramble the egg in a bowl and add seasoning of choice.
  3. Pour scrambled mixture into skillet and swirl until the egg evenly covers the skillet.
  4. Cook for about 30s to 1min and flip.
  5. Cook other side until done.

Once you’ve prepared your EB egg, customize away! Add turkey, avocado, and cheese for a savory option. Or roll with fruit and even honey to satiate your sweet tooth.

Christine loves to combine black forest ham and avocado, topping them with black pepper and paprika. Anybody else drooling yet?

What is an “over-hard” egg??

I’ve never actually known what “over-hard” or “over-easy” technically meant when it comes to cooking and ordering eggs. Thankfully, Christine broke down how to cook her favorite kind of egg: over-hard. They are cooked on both sides, with the yolk cooked thoroughly but is still soft in the middle.

Have your food game plan for the weekend? Me too! And I’m pretty egg-static about how delicious and nutritious it’s going to be!

Liz Wilson

Liz Wilson

I'm a Southern girl, born and bred. I grew up not only playing sports, but dancing, hiking, skiing, and canoeing. After college, I postponed grad school, completed my 220-hr yoga teacher training, and moved to a ski town in Colorado. In my years there, I discovered the "wow" factor life has to offer. Between the skiing/hiking/trail running in my backyard and the traveling in the off seasons, nearly every day contained something to marvel at. I'm now in the Pacific Northwest, still teaching, still exploring, indefinitely postponing law school, and pursuing a career in fitness-related social media management. I love sharing my journeys, discoveries, and marvels!

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