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Egg Recipes You’ll Fall for This Autumn Season

Egg Recipes You’ll Fall for This Autumn Season

Posted on: November 22nd 2021

As the long days of summer start getting shorter, it’s time to get into the autumn season spirit. From pumpkin spice lattes to trick-or-treating, the reasons to love fall are seemingly infinite. While there are plenty of great things to enjoy during autumn, fall flavors and cooking might be the best part of the season. In fact, spending a cozy night in making dinner with the family can be the perfect way to escape the chilly fall weather.

If you want to make the most of your fall cooking and baking, you have to know which foods and flavors are in season. Below, you’ll discover the best flavors to enjoy during this seasonal transition, along with some of the top fall recipes with eggs so you can enjoy the fragrant aromas of the season at every meal. Keep reading to stock up on recipes perfect for welcoming the arrival of fall.

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Getting to Know Fall’s Fragrant Aromas

Before getting into specific fall recipes, you need to know which foods the season is famous for. Here are the flavors and produce items that are in season during fall:


  • Root vegetables: Tasty root vegetables like pumpkin, sweet potatoes, beets, carrots, acorn squash, and butternut squash are all at their peak in the fall. Purchasing these veggies in autumn when they’re ripe will make your pies, soups, salads, and more taste even better.
  • Green vegetables: Along with root vegetables, green vegetables like Brussels sprouts, broccoli, spinach, and kale are also at their best during fall. If you get your greens in the fall, you may notice they’re leafier and less bitter.
  • Mushrooms: If mushrooms are one of your favorite pizza toppings, salad mix-ins, or pasta partner, fall is your season. You’ll love the taste of fresh fall mushrooms in any recipe, from risotto to stir-fry.
  • Apples and pears: These fruits are at their sweetest and juiciest in the fall. Apples and pears make the perfect fall snack, pie filling, salad ingredient, or even grilled cheese addition in autumn. As it gets later in the season, you may want to include more dried fruits like dates in your cooking.
  • Whole grains: Whole grains like quinoa, wild rice, and barley are especially useful ingredients during the fall because they add a hearty element to any meal. Whole grains are an important part of a healthy diet and can make recipes feel more filling and cozier as the weather gets chillier. Try using whole grains in your recipes this fall when you’re craving something that will stick to your ribs.
  • Eggs: Eggs are another great fall food because they’re full of protein and other vital nutrients. Eating eggs can help keep you full and energized all day long, as well as provide your body with the fuel it needs to stay well throughout cold and flu season.
  • Sage and parsley: Sage is a sensational fall seasoning that is earthy and peppery with hints of mint, citrus, and eucalyptus. These qualities mean sage can add a more complex flavor to fall dishes by balancing out the strong, rich flavors of the season with its brighter undertones. Sage pairs especially well with parsley, another seasoning that can bring balance to the flavor profile of fall dishes.
  • Allspice: The aroma of allspice is essentially a blend of the three main fall spices — cinnamon, nutmeg, and cloves. While you can use cinnamon, nutmeg, and cloves individually, sprinkling some allspice into your fall dishes will cover all your flavor bases. You can also add one of the main three fall spices to a recipe with allspice if you want one of the flavors to stand out more.
  • Brown sugar and maple syrup: These warming sweeteners are perfect for fall baking. The sugary smell of brown sugar or maple syrup in the air lets you know that a fresh apple pie or pumpkin bread will soon be out of the oven. In addition to desserts, you can use a bit of brown sugar or maple syrup to sweeten up savory or slightly bitter foods like root veggies or a leafy greens salad.


The Best Fall Egg Recipes

If you want to make the most of fall flavors this year, you’re going to need some recipes. This section sorts the 20 best egg recipes for this fall into categories of breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks for you. Check out the top fall egg recipes below.

Best Fall Breakfast Recipes

Warming up with a steaming cup of coffee and a hot breakfast is one of the little joys that makes autumn such an easy season to fall for. You’ll love your autumn breakfast even more when it includes seasonal ingredients and fall spices. Building up a collection of delicious, egg-based fall breakfast recipes will revolutionize your daily routine.

Make waking up on chilly fall mornings a little bit easier with these tasty, seasonal breakfast recipes:


  • Egg bake with roasted fall veggies: Roasting fall vegetables might just be the best way to enjoy them. The delightful crisp that fall veggies get after dousing them in olive oil and roasting them in the oven is simply unmatched among other methods of prepping vegetables. This egg bake with roasted fall veggies recipe expertly uses autumn veggies like sweet potatoes, carrots, and kale to create a delicious one-dish meal. An egg bake is also easy to make — all you have to do is prep the ingredients, pour the whipped eggs over the roasted veggies, and bake. The result is a beautiful and tasty celebration of fall breakfasts.
  • Broccoli and cheese omelet bites: These adorable little omelet bites are the perfect portable breakfast for busy weekday mornings. While getting back into the routine of getting the kids to school in the fall can be challenging, having a reliable make-ahead breakfast recipe can be a lifesaver. By making a batch of broccoli and cheese omelet bites over the weekend, you can guarantee you’ll have a quick, delicious, and nutritious breakfast option all throughout the week. These veggie- and cheese-stuffed omelet bites will be especially delicious during the fall when broccoli is in its peak season.



  • Butternut squash and bacon hash: Butternut squash is certainly one of the stars of the autumn season. With its slightly sweet flavor and adaptable texture, butternut squash is also an extremely versatile ingredient. Try pairing it with bacon in this butternut squash and bacon hash to create a sweet and salty dish worth getting out of bed for. As a bonus, this hash recipe is extremely easy to make and calls for only four ingredients. Enjoy this hash with a couple of pieces of whole-grain toast to make this hearty morning meal complete.
  • Cozy autumn breakfast casserole: Looking for a breakfast that feels like a warm hug on a cold fall morning? Try popping this cozy autumn breakfast casserole in the oven. This savory casserole calls for numerous fall harvest ingredients, including mushrooms, sweet potatoes, kale, and more. Baking these fall staples with whisked eggs and seasonings results in a comforting casserole that will keep you feeling full and energized throughout the entire morning.
  • Spinach and cheese strata: Strata is a savory, layered breakfast casserole, starring eggs, bread, and cheese. This spinach and cheese strata recipe features all of the best qualities of strata and can be prepped the night before, so all you have to do in the morning is bake it. This simple weekday breakfast is full of fall spices, such as allspice and nutmeg, to give the dish deeper and more complex flavors. The earthy taste that these seasonings give the strata is balanced out with rich Gruyere cheese and sharp white cheddar.


Best Fall Lunch Recipes

Get a mid-day energy boost when you enjoy a fall lunch recipe. Fall ingredients are hearty and filling, providing you with all the nutrients you need to power through your afternoon. Whether you have a mountain of assignments at work or a long checklist of items to get done around the house before the kids come home from school, a good fall lunch recipe is essential for keeping you going all day long.

You’ll love the recipes below, which are filled with flavorful and nourishing ingredients inspired by the autumn harvest.


  • Fall avgolemono soup: There’s nothing like a warm bowl of soup when the weather starts to get colder, and this fall avgolemono soup recipe is especially fitting for the autumn season. In one pot, you get all of the harvest season’s greatest hits, including butternut squash, mushrooms, and kale. The eggs and chicken in this heart-warming soup also add some extra protein to your lunch, helping you feel full and motivated for the rest of the day.
  • Kale and potato soup: Whether you haven’t gotten to the grocery store for ingredients in a while or you’re just craving a simpler soup, this scaled-down version of the fall avgolemono soup above is perfect for you. This kale and potato soup recipe calls for straightforward and flavorful ingredients like kale, potatoes, eggs, vegetable stock, garlic, and other seasonings. The addition of poached eggs elevates the texture and flavor profile of this soup, making it feel sophisticated despite being easy to make.



  • Vegetarian Buddha bowls: A Buddha bowl is a healthy, vegetarian lunch made by combining small portions of fresh ingredients like whole grain, plant-based protein sources, and vegetables in a single, delicious bowl. And what could be better in a Buddha bowl than roasted root vegetables and eggs? This recipe for vegetarian Buddha bowls blends all the best seasonal ingredients, including Brussels sprouts, eggs, quinoa, and sweet potato, to create a culinary mosaic of mouthwatering fall flavors.
  • Sweet potato, sage, and egg tacos: Did you know that sweet potatoes make the perfect taco filling? This recipe for sweet potato, sage, and egg tacos put a seasonal twist on tacos by stuffing them with earthy fall flavors that taste great in a tortilla. The sweet and slightly citrusy taste of the sage and sweet potatoes complement the more traditional taco toppings of hot sauce, Mexican cheese, sour cream, and cilantro perfectly. Whether it’s Taco Tuesday or not, you’ll always be craving these tasty fall tacos for lunch.
  • Roasted Brussels sprouts with jammy eggs: While roasted Brussels sprouts are always delicious, tossing them with some toasted breadcrumbs and serving them alongside jammy eggs and toast transforms them into the perfect mid-day meal. Jammy eggs are in between hard-boiled and soft-boiled eggs, making them easy to mix with other ingredients and spread on slices of toast. You can easily make jammy eggs by boiling water and lowering your eggs into the pot until fully cooked but still delightfully soft in the center.


Best Fall Dinner Recipes

There’s something about fall that makes us instantly crave comfort food. As the weather gets colder and colder, we tend to gravitate toward foods that make us feel warm and fuzzy inside, like mac and cheese or pizza. Whether you love cozying up to comfort food or chowing down on dishes that are a bit lighter in the fall, we’ve got you covered with a diverse collection of mouthwatering fall dinner recipes.

Check out the recipes below to find your new favorite fall dinner.


  • Taste of fall quiche: It’s hard to beat a quiche that’s fresh from the oven on a chilly autumn evening. This taste of fall quiche recipe offers all of the season’s best flavors, including dates, parsley, and eggs. Toasted slivered almonds give this quiche a unique crust full of complex, roasted flavors that are perfect for fall. If you enjoy fall baking, you’ll love making your own crust for this one-of-a-kind fall harvest quiche.
  • Fall sausage and apple casserole: This fall sausage and apple casserole recipe is similar to strata in texture and tastes as if all the flavors of fall got together for a convention on how to be delicious. The keynote speaker would be the apple, which provides a burst of refreshing sweetness to complement the richer flavors of eggs and sausage. A hint of cinnamon further layers this casserole with fall flavors and brings out the sugary side of this sweet and savory dish.
  • Creamy bacon carbonara: What could be more comforting than a big bowl of creamy bacon carbonara by the fireplace? Curl up this fall with a hearty carbonara that will warm your soul. Of course, the hero of any good carbonara recipe is the silky smooth egg yolk sauce that ties the entire dish together. This creamy bacon carbonara recipe incorporates the eggy sauce into the strands of pasta flawlessly. As the cherry on top, parsley and lemon zest add a touch of brightness to this rich dish.
  • Sweet potato and Brussels sprouts skillet with eggs: If you’re looking for a lighter dinner, this sweet potato and Brussels sprouts skillet with eggs recipe will leave you feeling satisfied without weighing you down. Enjoy the harvest tastes of sweet potatoes, Brussels sprouts, and mushrooms with sunnyside-up eggs that blend beautifully with the fall flavors. The tasty eggs also give this skillet dinner a protein boost to keep you nourished and satisfied through the season.
  • Pappardelle with chanterelle mushrooms and eggs: Fresh chanterelle mushrooms taste the best during fall while they’re in season and this pappardelle with chanterelle mushrooms and eggs recipe showcases them perfectly. Coating the mushrooms in a creamy white wine sauce makes their flavors pop, while pappardelle pasta provides the perfect canvas for the flavors to dance across. Finally, a tasty runny egg puts the finishing touch on this culinary creation.


Best Fall Snack Recipes

You can talk about fall without talking about football. Even if you’re not a football fanatic, everyone can appreciate a tasty tailgate snack. In fact, without a mouthwatering menu of handheld snacks, a tailgate is incomplete. You can set your tailgate spread apart from the competition by putting together an all-star lineup of fall appetizers.

Whether you’re a die-hard football fan or not, you’ll love the fall snack recipes below.


  • Football tailgate sliders: Sliders are a classic tailgate crowd-pleaser. Make your sliders stand out this season by following this football tailgate sliders recipe. These sliders are bursting with flavor thanks to tasty ingredients like bacon, cheese, thyme, garlic, and a hint of maple syrup to balance out the savory. Each slider gets topped with some seasoned scrambled eggs to pack this snack with enough protein to fuel fans through a full game. After having one of these satisfying sliders, the only thing your tailgate guests will still be hungry for is a win.
  • Jalapeno popper egg cups: Put an egg-stra special spin on the classic jalapeño popper appetizer by preparing this recipe for jalapeño popper egg cups. Filled with eggs, cheese, minced jalapeños, sour cream, and seasonings, these tasty cups are sure to be a game-day hit. Salty slabs of bacon serve as the structure for these egg cups, giving them both shape and flavor. Try making a batch of jalapeño popper egg cups to bring the heat to your next tailgate.
  • Cheesy fried egg nachos: Want to ramp up your usual late-night nachos? Try these cheesy fried egg nachos. This simple recipe tops tortilla chips with melted cheese, smoky sausage, and savory fried eggs to create one big plate of yumminess. The fried eggs give these nachos a delightful texture, while other toppings like black beans and jalapeños take the recipe’s flavors up a notch. Whether you’re throwing a tailgate, hosting a cozy fall movie night, or just need a midnight snack, these cheesy fried egg nachos are perfect.
  • Deviled eggs: These handheld snacks are great for snacking on during halftime, commercial breaks, or throughout the entire game. This basic deviled eggs recipe is tasty and reliable, so you can be sure your tailgate guests won’t go hungry. You can also prepare this snack days ahead of time so that you can focus on other tailgate planning details on the day of the big game. For some extra fun, try putting food coloring in the boiling water to dye the eggs the colors of your favorite sports team.
  • Red beet pickled eggs: Whether your favorite team’s colors include red or not, these red beet pickled eggs are a must at any watch party. The beets that give these pickled eggs their beautiful red hue are another root vegetable that’s best enjoyed during the colder months. When you prepare red beet pickled eggs in the late fall, both their taste and look will be more vibrant. Give this traditional red beet pickled eggs recipe a try if you want to make a savory treat that’s great for tailgates, family gatherings, afternoon snacking, and more.


Use Sauder’s Eggs in All Your Favorite Fall Recipes

Now that you have plenty of tasty fall egg recipes to try, it’s time to get cooking! Before you bust out the whisk, you’ll need to stock up on ingredients from Sauder’s Eggs. When you choose Sauder’s Eggs, you can be confident you’re cooking with farm-fresh, high-quality eggs. We partner with local farmers to bring you the best product possible. You can use Sauder’s Eggs to enhance any of your favorite fall recipes.

If you’re ready to start making delicious fall recipes, use our online store locator to find Sauder’s Eggs in the store nearest you today.


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