This recipe for Baked Scotch Eggs makes a great high protein breakfast. Enjoy them warm or cold and serve with guacamole for some added healthy fats!
This post was sponsored by Davidson’s Safest Choice Eggs. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
Today we’re talking about one of my all-time favorite foods- eggs! If you follow me on any form of social media, you’re probably well aware that I eat eggs pretty much every single day. They’re healthy, versatile and I just never seem to get sick of them!
When I attended Blog Brulee last Fall, I was introduced to Davidson’s Safest Choice Eggs and I’m thrilled to have the opportunity to partner with them this year to share some egg-cellent recipes with all of you 🙂 These Safest Choice Eggs are unique because they’re pasteurized before they are sold. Basically, that means they’re submerged in a temperature-controlled water bath that destroys all bacteria, without cooking the egg.
So basically, you can use these eggs just like you would a non-pasteurized egg – scrambled, over-easy, in baked goods, etc OR you can use them in things like smoothies, salad dressings etc to add extra protein without having to worry about the bacteria that might be present in non-pastuerized uncooked eggs.
Pretty cool right?
So the first recipe I cooked up for you guys are these Baked Scotch Eggs.
Eggs are one of my go-to breakfasts and snacks for Squish. He’s a fan of them pretty much any way I cook them but I’m always looking for new ideas. He’s also a growing boy. And he eats a lot. It actually truly baffles me how much he can eat for such a little person. But I’m doing my best to feed him real, well-balanced meals and snacks. Lately, I’ve been focusing a lot on breakfast and making sure to give him a protein-packed plate to kick off the day.
This recipe definitely fits the bill and it’s fairly simple to make. Hop on over to the Davidson’s Safest Choice Eggs blog to grab the recipe for these Baked Scotch Eggs!