Strawberry Lemon Angel Pie

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Forget old fashioned pie and it's finicky crust, try shaping meringue into a crust, then filling with tart lemon curd, whipping cream, and fresh berries! The result is a melt in your mouth, light dessert that's sure to please everyone. You can use any kind of berries you want-raspberries or blueberries would be equally good here, or go all out and use a combination of your favourites. The shell bakes up light and crunchy in some places, softer and marshmallow-like in others. It's surely a fitting end to a wonderful meal.
 

 

Berries, whipping cream, lemon and meringue

BC Egg and Lox on a Bagel

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If I could eat this for breakfast every morning, I would. Smoked salmon, or lox, is amazing when sandwiched between creamy Boursin cheese and an gently poached BC egg. The other plus is this is easy to make, you can get the kids to help make it for Mom's breakfast on Mother's Day!

Top your lox with an egg

Loaded Bacon and Egg Naan

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Spice up your morning with a little fresh salsa spooned over gently poached eggs, crispy bacon, and tender naan! You can spice up the salsa if you wish by adding a little chopped fresh jalapeno, or leave it out to just enjoy the fresh tomatoes and avocado.
 

Fresh salsa, bacon, and egg in one bite.

Stuffed Breakfast Peppers

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Author: Karen Humphrey

When you don't want bread with your eggs, peppers are a great alternative to wrap them up in a neat package! Roasted potatoes add some great flavour, and you can change it up by adding bacon, sausage, or ham. Whether you have them for breakfast or eat the leftovers cold, these are a tasty way to get your daily egg.

A meal in a sweet edible package!

Crispy Beans with Tomatoes, Feta, and Eggs

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Author: Karen Humphrey

Don't have a lot of time, or groceries to work with in your fridge? This dish makes use of economical beans and adds in some sweet tomatoes, salty feta, and of course .. eggs! Cooking the beans until the outsides are crispy and the center creamy makes for a delicious combination, when you add a runny egg yolk.

Crispy on the outside, creamy on the inside beans with eggs

Cured Egg Yolks

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Author: Karen Humphrey

Cured egg yolks have the texture of a hard cheese and impart a salty, savory kick to whatever dish you choose to finely grate their goodness over. Salads, pastas, or deep fried foods are all good choices for their tasty goodness, and they are not only easy to make but a great way to use up leftover yolks when you've made meringue or something. Plus they last for about a month, so you'll have lots of time to experiment with them! I tried mine over some Caesar salad, and it really added some deeper savory, salty flavour.
 

Shave over pasta or salad for a flavor kick

Make Ahead Freezer Breakfast Sandwiches

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Author: Karen Humphrey

Whether you have too many eggs in the fridge that you need to use up, a crowd to feed or busy mornings where you need something to grab and go, these make ahead breakfast sandwiches are the answer! You could make only six and save the leftover eggs to top salads or to snack on, but if you have extra English muffins around you can easily use them to make another 2 eggs out of this recipe. Either way, it's up to you. I like to make 6 to tuck into the freezer, and then another two for a light dinner on some thick bread to have right away.

Tuck these in your freezer for a busy day!

Puff Pastry Egg Tarts

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Author: Karen Humphrey

Puff pastry from the freezer make these showy tarts look more complicated than they actually are. You can whip some up for a brunch in no time! Roasting the cherry tomatoes brings out more concentrated tomato flavour and really adds a nice dimension to the tarts.
 

Freezer ready puff pastry make these showy tarts a snap.

Egg and Waffle Sandwich with Honey Sriracha Butter

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Author: Karen Humphrey

Freezer waffles make this a quick breakfast to make-I guess you could use homemade, but the thinness is a bonus, here. Butter mixed with a touch of honey and the heat of sriracha add a bit of kick to this sandwich. You could even do the eggs in the microwave if you wanted to save more time, or add bacon if you are feeling a bit adventurous. Either way, it's a fun change on the usual breakfast fare.

Sweet honey and the heat of sriracha kick this breakfast sandwich up a level.

Egg Dipper Snacks

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Author: Karen Humphrey

Getting kids to snack healthy can be a challenge, but these egg dippers are loads of fun! Experimenting with the toppings can be fun, too. Try different minced veggies or dips, cheeses, diced ham, anything you want! Make the eggs ahead, set out the plate of toppings, and let the kids dive in.
 

A fun and healthy snack for after school!

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