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16 Healthy Egg Recipes to Make For Dinner

  • Smart Nutrition

    Ratatouille Baked Eggs

    Jessica Penner, R.D., encourages thinking outside the bacon box when it comes to pairings. Her ratatouille baked eggs pack in tons of veggies.

    Get the recipe: Ratatouille Baked Eggs

  • Sarah Schlichter, MPH, RDN, LDN

    Egg-Topped Pizza

    Sarah Schlichter, R.D., author of Bucket List Tummy tops homemade pizza with an egg for a little extra protein.

    Get the recipe: Veggie Sweet Potato Avocado Breakfast Pizza

  • 80 Twenty Nutrition

    Mushroom Egg Drop Ramen

    "I love adding eggs to my soup for a quick and easy protein," says Christy Brisette, M.S., R.D. of 80 Twenty Nutrition. "Just add fresh or frozen veggies and whole grain noodles and you have a healthy, filling meal."

    Get the recipe: Egg Drop Ramen


  • Nutritioulicious

    Mushroom Asparagus Pesto Frittata

    Culinary nutrition expert Jessica Fishman Levinson, R.D. of Nutritioulicious, is all about baked frittatas for an easy dinner. "They're a great way to incorporate vegetables, so the combination of eggs, veggies, and cheese is a satisfying and well-balanced meal, especially if you add a slice of whole grain toast!" This mushroom asparagus pesto frittata is one of her favorite combos.

    Get the recipe: Mushroom Asparagus Pesto Frittata


  • Robin Plotkin

    Egg Salad Flatbread

    Dietitian Robin Plotkin uses eggs to make flatbread more satisfying. "It's a great way to amp up soup-and-sandwich night! Just be sure to make enough for leftovers. "

    Get the recipe: Egg Salad Flatbread

  • Healthy Aperture

    Make-Ahead Kale and Feta Frittata

    This make-ahead kale and feta frittata by Regan Jones, R.D. of Healthy Aperture is perfect for breakfast, lunch, brunch, or dinner.

    Get the recipe: Kale and Feta Frittata

  • Food, Pleasure, and Health

    Green Masala Egg Curry

    Dixya Bhattarai, R.D. of Food, Pleasure, and Health puts a nutritious spin on a traditional egg curry with this green masala version. "It's weeknight-friendly!" she says.

    Get the recipe: Green Masala Egg Curry

  • Salubrious RD

    Potato and Veggie Hash with Eggs

    In dietitian Sarah Hilgert-Pflugradt's house, eggs for dinner is a big hit. This "make it your own" hash featuring potato, red bell pepper, and caramelized onions is perfect for busy weeknights.

    Get the recipe: Potato, Red Bell Pepper and Onion Hash with Eggs

  • Kara Lydon, RD, LDN, RYT

    Swiss Chard Potato Chive Frittata

    Kara Lydon, R.D., uses frittatas as a vehicle for leftover veggies, and swapping in Greek yogurt for heavy cream is a great way to amp up the taste and nutrient value without excessive calories. 

    Get the recipe: Swiss Chard Potato Chive Frittata


  • Eat Real Food

    Crustless Pesto Quiche

    Dietitian Alanna Waldron of Eat Real Food puts a lower-cal spin on quiche by skipping the crust.

    Get the recipe: Crustless Pesto Quiche

  • The Lean Green Bean

    Egg Wrap

    Lindsey Livingston, R.D. of The Lean Green Bean, fills these egg wraps with her family's favorite veggies, meat, cheese, and more for an easily customizable meal.

    Get the recipe: Easy Egg Wraps

  • Dishing Out Health

    Tuscan Portobello Baked Eggs

    Dietitian Jamie Vespa bakes eggs with other savory veggies and houses it all in a mushroom cap for a Tuscan twist on dinner. 

    Get the recipe: Tuscan Portobello Baked Eggs

  • The Nutritionist Reviews

    Mexican Egg Casserole

    Amanda Hernandez of The Nutritionist Reviews gives dinner a spicy kick with this Mexican Egg Casserole.

    Get the recipe: Mexican Egg Casserole

  • Nourish. Breathe. Thrive.

    Smoked Cauliflower, Chickpea, and Kale Frittata

    Katie Cavuto, R.D. and chef of Nourish. Breathe. Thrive, took some time to warm up to eggs for dinner. "I used to despise breakfast foods for dinner, and then life got busy," she says. "I quickly realized that eggs offer me an easy and inexpensive way to get a nourishing meal on the table in no time." This take on shakshuka will charm even the biggest skeptic.

    Get the recipe: Smoked Cauliflower, Chickpea, and Kale Frittata

  • The Delicious Crescent

    Eggs in Spicy Tomato Curry

    Roxana Begum, Ph.D., R.D., blogger at The Delicious Crescent, uses eggs to tie a simple dish together. "Eggs cooked with vegetables as a gravy dish, and nicely seasoned with fragrant spices, makes a satisfying dinner with bread, rice or other cooked grains."

    Get the recipe: Eggs in Spicy Tomato Curry

  • Egg Nutrition Center

    Brown Rice Bowl

    This brown rice bowl, created by Serena Ball, R.D. for the Egg Nutrition Center, features an array of spices and veggies—great for a Meatless Monday dinner.

    Get the recipe: Brown Rice Bowl


Jessica Cording, MS, RD, CDN

Jessica Cording is a registered dietitian and wellness writer with a passion for helping others experience a happier, calmer life through drama-free healthy eating.  More →

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