{Four} ways with eggs, for wonderfully hearty breakfasts.




Well hi! I hope you all had a delightful weekend? I most definitely did! A whole lot of miles were driven this weekend (all the way to Kent, plus a jaunt to Richmond too), my Mum and I spent a day in the glorious sunshine at the Wealden Midsummer fair, I had my first ever trip to Whole Foods (completely awesome!) and we also made a little stop by Hummingbird to pick up Red Velvets. Photos will be coming your way in the next couple of days (of course, this is a blog after all!) but until then, let’s start this week with new resolve, and good intentions, and some really great breakfast, shall we? :)

1. Soft boiled eggs with bacon-wrapped asparagus (beautiful enough to serve as a starter at a dinner party with friends).

2. Frittata with baby tomatoes, whipped goats cheese and fresh thyme (a make-ahead breakfast, for eating on the go).

3. Poached eggs (with the most gorgeous golden yolks!), with roasted Anaheim peppers + tomatoes (perfect for a leisurely weekend brunch).

4. Scrambled eggs on spelt toast, with caramelised baby tomatoes (for providing energy through long working days).

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  • http://www.littlemisskaty.co.uk Little Miss Katy

    These look amazing. All four are going on my Pinterest board of things to make with eggs!

    I made a lovely brunch yesteray of poached eggs and avocado on toast. They’re just so good! :) xx

    Katy | http://www.littlemisskaty.co.uk

  • http://www.thisparticular.blogspot.com Ala Skrakowski

    Wow at no. 3! Just wow! xx

  • http://www.rhymeandribbons.com Amanda @ Rhyme & Ribbons

    The poached eggs with pepper and tomatoes- now that’s what I need more of in my breakfast routine! xx

  • https://www.shewearsburgundy.blogspot.co.uk Jo

    Oh my goodness, your life! It’s perfection to me! I come from Kent so am quite jealous of your trip to the Wealden Midsummer fair…and the red velvet cake from Hummingbird (my favourite)…and the egg recipes! Asparagus, goats cheese, peppers & caremalised tomatoes…I need all of these for Brunch which is, of course, my favourite meal of the day.

    I always look forward to your posts Rosie :)

    Jo xx

    She Wears Burgundy

  • http://www.supernaturallyhealthy.org Kezia

    caramelised baby tomatoes sound genius – the perfect brunch addition and full of goodness too!

  • http://asimpleelegance.com arielle

    I should definitely consider learning how to create the perfect soft-boiled egg. they look delicious! and whole foods is absolutely amazing.

    love, arielle
    a simple elegance

  • http://www.popcornandpolkadots.com Hannah

    Oh my, drooling just reading about these! Number 1 especially :)

    Popcorn & Polka Dots

  • http://www.hersundaysmile.blogspot.co.uk Sarah

    Oh my, that fritata looks delicious. Lovely eggy round-up! x

    Sarah// A Sunday Smile

  • http://evelinkivi.blogspot.com Evelin

    Oh my God, all of these seem so delicious!

  • http://www.pinkcatcustardandcake.co.uk PinkCatJo

    These all sound delicious but the sound of the caramelised baby tomatoes has my mouth watering. Mmm! x

  • http://www.foodielaura.com Foodie Laura

    You just can’t go wrong with eggs especially for breakfast. The oozy yolk pics are so bright and yellow.Delicious.

  • http://www.moreaboutcat.co.uk Cat

    I tried making poached eggs once and it just went horrifically! I always just go for the standard dippy egg and soldier because they’re awesome. x

  • http://cookingcocktailsandcaptainamerica.blogspot.co.uk Kate

    These all look amazing! I’m particularly taken by the bacon-wrapped asparagus with the soft-boiled eggs, and may have to try that for myself at the weekend.

  • http://www.sevenlivesandmore.com/ Melodie

    Gosh that looks delicious!!!!! I’ll have to give a try to the soft boiled eggs with bacon-wrapped asparagus for my next brunch! Sounds yummy!! ;)

  • http://www.pinkcatcustardandcake.co.uk PinkCatJo

    I’ve recently found out that I’ve got a Vitamin D deficiency and this has possibly not helped my post-pneumonia hair loss. (Not nice!) I now need to eat more eggs so this post has given me lots of exciting ideas. Thanks for sharing! x

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