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Spring Entertaining: 15 Ways to Serve Up Eggs

Spring Entertaining: 15 Ways to Serve Up Eggs

Springtime teems with special occasions—Easter, Mother’s Day, baby and bridal showers, and any given sunny Sunday in between. It’s no surprise then, in this season celebrating birth and new beginnings, that eggs—a centuries-old symbol of rebirth and fertility—are everywhere. Have a few extra on hand? Throw an eggstravagant spring fling and showcase these tasty, protein-packed powerhouses.


Eggs are inexpensive, which makes them a great option when you have a lot of hungry mouths to feed. A Sunday brunch is the perfect way to present them. Set an extra-special table with the CORELLE® UPTOWN BLUE COLLECTION, then serve up a spring-inspired menu with one or more of these easy ideas.

Gourmet Egg Bakes. Baked egg dishes are versatile, making them suitable for any occasion and taste. None require a suitcase of skill to make, and you can prep most of the ingredients beforehand. Try these three on for size:

  • Frittatas are cooked in a cast-iron skillet or ovenproof pan. They’re started on the stove and finished in the oven. Any number of ingredients—chopped asparagus, cubed ham, green onion—can be mixed into the beaten egg mixture. Frittatas can be served either hot or cold and are usually sliced into wedges for serving.
  • Quiches, on the other hand, are made with an egg and milk mixture that’s poured into a pie crust and baked. The result is a light and fluffy savory pie that is also cut into wedges to serve. Go gourmet by stirring in favorite flavor combos. Bacon and caramelized onions is one prize-winning pair.
  • Stratas are similar to a quiche. Baked in a casserole dish, without pie crust, a strata is usually made with egg, milk, bread cubes, cheese and your choice of add-ins. Make an Italian version by stirring in fresh basil, sun-dried tomatoes and Parmesan cheese. Or give this Sun-Dried Tomato and Kale Egg Bake a try.

Serve Up a Scrambled Egg Bar. Treat guests to a country club-style breakfast buffet. Set out small bowls of add-ins for guests to choose from, stir into a skillet of beaten eggs and scramble their custom creations on the stove. Or give these ideas a try:

  • A la Carte. Start with a big batch of scrambled eggs. Keep them warm in a food warmer or slow cooker, but no longer than 2 hours. Serve with a variety of toppings. Some options: bowls of fresh herbs like chopped chives or julienned basil; crumbled cheeses like goat or feta; chopped fresh vegetables like tomatoes, sautéed mushrooms and roasted red peppers; and breakfast meats like chopped cooked bacon or ham.
  • Go Totally Taco. Make a breakfast taco bar—alongside the scrambled eggs, offer warm tortillas, shredded cheese, a variety of salsas, cooked chorizo, avocado slices and sour cream.
  • Just the Right Size. Small plates work best here, so guests can feel good about going back for seconds. The CORELLE® LIVINGWARE™ MYSTIC GRAY 6.75″ PLATE is a pretty option.

Put ’Em in Popovers. Made with an egg batter, popovers are light hollow rolls of happy. Ideal served with meals, or try them for dessert with a sprinkling of sugar, puffy popovers are a great way to turn eggs into a bread-like side. Don’t have time to make traditional popovers? Use premade puffed pastry or bread slices to cook up a recipe with ready-to-go ingredients.

  • Sweet Treats. If you’re craving something new for dessert, give these Cinnamon Sugar Popovers a go!
  • Golden Egg Goodness. Make a puff pastry egg tart by cracking an egg on a square of baked puff pastry. Sprinkle with chopped fresh herbs, then return to the oven until the pastry is golden brown and egg is set, about 8 to 10 minutes.
  • Fantastically Kid-Friendly. Kids will love trying an “egg in a hole.” Cut a hole in the center of a slice of bread. Add the bread to a buttered skillet. Crack an egg into the hole and let it cook a minute or so until set. Flip the bread and let it cook on the other side.


Congratulations! You’re the winner of the neighborhood Easter egg hunt. What to do with all that loot? Here are a few ideas:

Toss into Green Salads. Add a pop of protein with roughly chopped or quartered eggs. Or add thinly sliced eggs on top of salads before serving. If you’re feeling extra creative, arrange egg slices in the shape of a swirl, starburst or flower.
Dish up Deviled Eggs. Top with paprika, fried pancetta or chopped fresh herbs like tarragon or parsley. Mix in Sriracha, capers, Buffalo wing sauce or blue cheese. The options are endless.
Eggscellent Egg Salad. Mix a little mayo into chopped eggs, add salt and pepper and—voilà!—egg salad in an instant. Have fun with flavors by adding a little curry powder, dill weed, chopped pickles or whatever your heart desires. Then serve it up party style. Some ideas:

    • Spring Salad Soiree. Hosting is extra easy with a menu full of make-ahead salads. Serve up egg salad, green salad, pasta salad. Serve with dinner rolls on the side, and don’t forget fruity gelatin salad for dessert!
    • Tea Party Time. Serve on small toast points lined with a crunchy lettuce leaf. Or top with smoked salmon for elegant canapés.
    • Sandwich Bar. Set out a platter of croissants on a classic CORELLE® LIVINGWARE™ PROVINCIAL BLUE 12.25″ SERVING PLATTER and have guests assemble their own eats.

Or Sneak Them into…that’s right, finely chopped hard-boiled eggs can be added to smoothies, salad dressing (use only the mashed yolk), soups, sandwiches (try them sliced on a tuna salad or BLT sandwich), and more!

With so many ways to serve eggs, your spring parties are about to become more eggsceptional than ever!