Learn how to cook eggs with my easy, go-to methods: on the stove top, in the oven, and in the Instant Pot!
Cook a simple omelet and fold it over for baby to pick up, or slice it into finger-size pieces, the classic BLW shape, for baby to self-feed.
Another awesome way to cook eggs is to make them into scrambled eggs in the microwave. This may sound odd, but it creates the softest eggs AND it’s super quick!
Of course, you can make scrambled eggs in a pan on the stove top. I prefer using a nonstick or cast-iron skillet and using this method:
Hard-cooking eggs is a great way to make a lot of eggs and store them in the fridge to eat throughout the week.
Soft, versatile, and easy to make ahead, egg muffins are a wonderful way to serve eggs. You simply stir the batter together and bake up little muffins in a muffin tin.
Fried eggs are traditionally made on the stove top and they are super fast and delish. The kids may surprise you with how much they like them cooked this way.
So many things! Simple sides would be fruit and toast, though we love them with grain bowls, as taco filling, and in sandwiches.
To store cooked eggs for future meals, all you really need are airtight containers. I love using half-pint and pint-size mason jars and also little glass cubes.
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