Delicious Eggs Baked in Portobello Mushrooms

Eggs are a go-to option for a filling breakfast, and these delicious Eggs Baked in Portobello Mushrooms are perfect for a low-carb Sunday brunch or when you have a bit more time to cook a satisfying meal. Packed with protein and baked in a mushroom, these eggs offer a low-carb alternative to the traditional bread-based breakfast. Plus, they are topped with a generous portion of nutrient-rich chopped spinach.

Why You’ll Love Them

Eggs baked in portobello mushrooms are a delightful and healthy breakfast option that offers a range of benefits.

Ingredients Needed

To make these mouthwatering eggs baked in mushrooms, you’ll need the following ingredients:

Health Benefits of Eggs

Eggs are not only delicious but also highly nutritious. They are an affordable ingredient that can be used to create a variety of versatile meals. Eggs are an excellent source of protein, Omega-3 fatty acids, and “good” cholesterol. They also provide essential vitamins such as B12, B6, and D, as well as minerals like selenium. Mushrooms, with their meaty texture, are rich in vitamin D, iron, and potassium.


One of the best things about these eggs baked in mushrooms is how easy they are to adapt to your preferences. For instance, you can add peppers, onions, or even ham or bacon for a meatier option. To take them to the next level, sprinkle some cheese on top and enjoy breakfast mushroom pizzas. These baked eggs also serve as a fantastic way to use up leftovers. Try adding cooked and chopped sausage or bacon for a flavor-packed twist.

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Serving Suggestions

To enhance the flavor of these eggs, add a pinch of good sea salt and pepper. For a delightful accompaniment, serve them with our Homemade Easy Bagels or try our Easy White Loaf Recipe for a homemade bread option. If you’re feeling adventurous, you can also wrap them in Homemade Flatbreads with beans, salsa, and guacamole for a satisfying breakfast wrap or burrito. Additionally, bacon, sausages, smoked salmon, or mushrooms complement these eggs perfectly.


While these eggs are best enjoyed immediately, you can store any leftovers in an airtight container in the fridge for the following day.


For the detailed recipe, head over to Hook’d Up Bar and Grill and discover how to create this delicious dish.


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