Recipes — Eggs

Saturday’s Shakshuka for One

Saturday’s Shakshuka for One

On Saturdays I like to hit the local Farmer’s Market. When I get home, I peek through the pantry and fridge to see what I can pull together with my farmer’s market finds. If ever I have an excuse to make shakshuka, you better believe it’s happening. It’s a great meal to whip up for brunch in a large baking dish that you can toss in the oven. It's also great for a simple stovetop hearty meal for one! My favorite part about shakshuka is that the base of the meal stays the same but the ingredients can change every time. 


Leftover (Meatloaf Dinner) Frittata

Leftover (Meatloaf Dinner) Frittata

Would you believe me if I told you there was a Meatloaf Dinner tucked into breakfast this morning? Welp, there is! We love frittatas. Not only are these great for gatherings and brunch but they keep well and reheat like a dream for meal-prep. Another reason I love these fluffy egg pillows is because I can often tuck leftovers from the fridge into the mix, knowing that the bright yolks of @peteandgerrys eggs will transform it into a whole new meal. We aim for zero food waste and considering how yummy frittatas are, you can bet your bottom dollar none of this goes to waste.


Kickin’ Deviled Eggs

Kickin’ Deviled Eggs

Want to see a dozen eggs disappear in a flash? Make them up into these kickin’ deviled eggs and they’re bound to be devoured. Grateful for the farmers at @peteandgerrys who are working hard to keep their families healthy, their chickens happy and our stores stocked up!


New Mexico Enchiladas

New Mexico Enchiladas

Last month at WZA in Miami, I got a chance to hang with Tommy Marquez on the @talkingelitefitness podcast. We talked all about food and shared some of our favorite home cooked meals. Tommy blew my mind with the version of enchiladas he grew up with called New Mexico Enchiladas. They are stacked, not rolled. The cherry on top of this recipe is that it gets topped off with a few fried eggs. I never would have thought to top enchiladas with fried eggs but now that I’ve done it, I don’t see myself going back to my old ways. There’s a code for ordering these delicious stacks. Here, I’ve recreated Tommy’s order, a 4 by 3. Translation: stack 4 tortillas high and topped with 3 eggs. I won’t be going back to rolled enchiladas anytime soon, and I’ll forever be topping them with crispy olive oil-fried Pete & Gerry's eggs!