16 Egg-Based, High-Protein Breakfasts That’ll Keep You Full Until Lunchtime

If you want to start your day off right, it needs to be with a tasty and delicious breakfast. Protein-rich breakfasts provide you with plenty of energy to get your day off to a great start. Whether you need a breakfast that you can take on the go, or have the time to sit down and enjoy it at home these sixteen egg breakfasts have something delicious in store for everyone. 

1. Bacon and Egg Wrap

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Start your day off right with a delicious bacon and egg wrap. Fluffy scrambled eggs, melty gooey cheese, and bacon. Is there anything that isn’t better with bacon? This is a high protein whole grain breakfast that will start your day off right and keep you going strong. 

2. Mexican Scrambled Eggs

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Dive into the vibrant flavors of Mexico with this hearty scrambled eggs dish. This Mexican scrambled eggs recipe is a perfect way to start your morning with plenty of protein and healthy fats. It has all the Mexican flavors you love while giving you the nutrition you need to fuel your morning.

3. Solo One Egg Omelet with Cheese

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This one-egg omelet with cheese is perfect for mornings when you’re dining alone and craving simplicity with a touch of elegance. Customize with your preferred seasonings for a personal touch. This One Egg Omlet with Cheese is a delicious solo breakfast that won’t leave any leftovers.

4. Breakfast Taquitos

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These delicious Breakfast Taquitos are a game-changer for busy mornings. Packed with eggs, cheese, and veggies, they’re a delicious grab-and-go option that will keep you fueled.

5. Crustless Quiche

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A great low-carb option for breakfast is a good Crustless Quiche. This one has delicious southwestern flavors, satisfying and convenient for on-the-go mornings.

6. Vegetable Breakfast Tart

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This Vegetable Breakfast Tart is a feast for the eyes and the palate. Prepare it over the weekend for a stress-free, veggie-packed start to your weekdays.

7. Easy Frittata

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If you’ve never made a frittata before, I promise it’s not hard. This recipe comes with easy-to-follow instructions for How To Make A Frittata. It’s a great way to use up those veggies in the fridge before they go bad.

8. Spaghetti Eggs

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Before you raise an eyebrow, consider the harmonious blend of eggs and spaghetti sauce. These Spaghetti Eggs are an unexpectedly delicious way to repurpose last night’s pasta sauce.

9. Waffle Iron Omelets

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Waffles aren’t just for pancake syrup. On the contrary, a good, savory waffle is a wonderful breakfast. These Waffle Iron Omelets have no flour at all. Instead, they are simply made of eggs. Make a batch, freeze them, pop a couple in the toaster in the morning, and top them with your favorite omelet toppings. Easy and delicious.

10. Asparagus Cheddar Omelet

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If you want an omelet that has a little more “oomph” to it, give this Asparagus Cheddar Omelet a try. The asparagus adds fiber that will fill you up, and the cheese adds wonderful flavor.

11. Air Fryer Scrambled Eggs

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Prep a few of these ahead of time in minutes, and then let your air fryer make this Air Fryer Scrambled Eggs while you get ready in the morning. Breakfast will head out the door with you!

12. Mini Egg Muffins

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Need breakfast on the go for you or the kids? These Mini Egg Muffins are perfect for eating in the car to school or work.

13. Egg Vegetable Scramble

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Embrace the bounty of summer with this fresh and hearty Egg Vegetable Scramble, bursting with garden-fresh produce for a light yet satisfying meal.

14. Italian Breakfast Scramble

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This breakfast scramble pulls together all those Italian flavors you love and pairs them with filling, delicious protein. For a quick and tasty breakfast, this Italian Breakfast Scramble is a must-try.

15. Pita Breakfast Sandwich

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This Pita Breakfast Sandwich is a grab-and-go meal that will keep you full until lunchtime. Just scramble up a few eggs, mix in some bell peppers and spinach, and load everything into a pita pocket.

16. Ground Turkey Breakfast Scramble

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If you need a bit of meat with your morning eggs, this Ground Turkey Breakfast Scramble is a great one-pan breakfast that makes up in minutes. It’s filling and satisfying and will keep you full for hours.

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Author: Tiffany McCauley

Title: Food and Travel Journalist

Expertise: Food, cooking, travel


Tiffany McCauley is a nationally syndicated journalist and an award-winning cookbook author and food blogger. She has been featured on MSN, Huffington Post, Country Living Magazine, HealthLine, Redbook, and many more. Her food specialty is healthy comfort food recipes.

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