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How to Make Easy Sheet Pan Eggs in the Oven

How to Make Easy Sheet Pan Eggs in the Oven

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Sheet pan eggs in the oven? Yes, we’re going to show you how to make sheet pan eggs in the oven! If you want a no-fuss breakfast that is easy and delicious, this is it.

How to Make Easy Sheet Pan Eggs in the Oven

Why eggs? Eggs are an incredibly inexpensive protein choice when we see the price of various cuts of meat at the grocery store simply jumping in prices. Ground beef has gone from $1.99 a pound up to $7.99 a pound in some areas – steak even higher! Chicken prices are creeping up and even pork.

Eggs, on the other hand, have held a steadier price over the years. We can still get a dozen package of the Grade A Large eggs for about $1.29 – and with each egg being roughly 2 ounces? That is a steal for protein right now unless you want to go vegetarian and try things like lentils.

If you’re looking for a quick, easy, and affordable breakfast or dinner idea – sheet pan eggs in the oven is the way to go! Plus, they are delicious.

What are sheet pan eggs?

Sheet pan eggs are simply eggs that are cooked on a sheet pan in the oven. They can be cooked with or without any add-ins – we’ll give you some ideas below!

what are sheet pan eggs

What are sheet pan eggs good for?

Sheet pan eggs in the oven make for a great breakfast, lunch, or dinner! They are an affordable and easy way to get your protein fixed, and they are delicious. Plus, if you’re cooking for one or two people, this is the perfect recipe – there’s no need to waste any ingredients by making a big batch.

We like them for meal prep too! You can cook off eggs in advance, in bulk, and be ready to whip up a few different kinds of meals for the week:

Sheet pan eggs for breakfast sandwiches

Why pay four bucks to McDonald’s to have some scrambled egg and meat combo popped onto a biscuit? Make your own sheet pan eggs breakfast sandwich for a fraction of the price and with ingredients you control. Simply toast up a nice bun, and then top it off with your cooked sheet pan eggs.

sheet pan eggs for burritos

Sheet pan eggs for burritos

The same goes for breakfast burritos. Who doesn’t love a good breakfast burrito? Again, cook off some sheet pan eggs and then load them up with your favorite toppings – we like ours with salsa and cheese. Roll them inside a tortilla and then wrap them in foil or plastic wrap for the fridge or freezer.

A quick zap in the microwave (remove the foil first) and you are ready for breakfast on the run.

Sheet pan egg tacos

We have all had traditional ground beef tacos, carnitas, chicken tacos, and even shrimp tacos are on the rise – have you tried egg tacos?

While sheet pan eggs for breakfast may not be traditional taco meat of choice, they are just as tasty and just as easy to make.

We just use things like chorizo and queso fresco in our sheet pan eggs to bring a little zip to the tacos.

sheet pan eggs in the oven for tacos!

Sheet pan eggs for a crowd

Do you like to entertain or have a large family? Sheet pan eggs in the oven can easily be customized to individuals and there isn’t a frypan to watch over! Simply make a sheet pan of scrambled eggs and then top with whatever everyone likes.

Sausage, bacon, ham, tomatoes, green onions, cheese – the options are endless!

Sheet pan egg dish variations:

Yes, there are so many possible combinations available! Here are some sheet pan egg recipes to get you started:

Sheet pan eggs and bacon

You want to precook your bacon for the best results.

Sheet pan eggs with veggies

Any veggies are great with this – I like to precook them a bit first unless they are soft veggies like tomatoes or mushrooms. Onions, garlic, peppers, and even broccoli are better if they are lightly steamed.

Sheet pan eggs and potatoes

I like to use hashbrowns for this – but they should be steamed first until they are almost done. You could even pan-fry them to a light golden color – it takes on the texture almost of a frittata.

Sheet pan eggs and sausage

Cook off and crumble your sausage in advance – bulk ground sausage is best instead of the sausage patties or links.

Sheet pan eggs with cheese

Play around with the different kinds of cheese! Sharp cheddar, Feta, even pepper jack all make for a different flavor combination. Divide your sheet pan eggs in the oven into 6 different kinds of cheesy eggs and do a taste test to see what everyone likes best!

can you freeze sheet pan eggs

Can you freeze sheet pan eggs?

Yes – sheet pan eggs in the oven freeze beautifully!

If you are planning on freezing them, let them cool completely and then add them to a freezer bag. Defrost overnight before using or heating up for an easy breakfast option.

Sheet pan eggs can be stored in the fridge for several days but they will not last as long as traditional hard-boiled eggs.

Easy Sheet Pan Egg Ingredients:

Ingredients for sheet pan eggs
  • 8-10 eggs 
  • 3-4 tablespoons milk 
  • Salt & pepper to taste 
  • Various add-ins – bacon, sausage, cheese, veggies, etc. per your preference 

How to make sheet pan eggs in the oven:

Preheat your oven to 350 degrees. Take your sheet pan and generously coat it with your nonstick spray. I prefer butter flavored Pam 

how to make sheet pan eggs in the oven

In a large bowl, whisk together the eggs, milk, salt & pepper until well mixed.

How to make sheet pan eggs in the oven:

Pour the egg mixture into your prepared sheet pan.

adding the ingredients to sheet pan eggs

Visually divide your sheet pan of eggs into 6 or 8 sections. Customize each of the 6 or 8 sections by sprinkling on the add-ins, if desired, per your preference.

How long to cook sheet pan eggs

Pop your sheet pan eggs into the hot oven and bake 18-20 minutes, or until the center is firm to the touch. 

ready to bake

Cool slightly and cut into those 6 or 8 different pieces. 

sheet pan eggs cut up to serve

Serve and enjoy, unless you need to roll them into tortillas for those breakfast burritos, or pop onto biscuits or English muffins for those breakfast sandwiches!

So there you have it! Some great sheet pan egg recipes for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. What will be your next sheet pan egg dish? Comment below and let us know!

Other great breakfast ideas you might like to try:

Other frugal meal ideas you might find helpful:

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How to Make Easy Sheet Pan Eggs in the Oven

How to Make Easy Sheet Pan Eggs in the Oven

A SUPER easy way to make eggs for a crowd or that holiday morning

Ingredients

  • 8-10 eggs 
  • 3-4 tablespoons milk 
  • Salt & pepper to taste 
  • Various add-ins - bacon, sausage, cheese, veggies, etc. per your preference 

Instructions

    Preheat your oven to 350 degrees

    Take your sheet pan and generously coat it with your nonstick spray. I
    prefer butter flavored Pam 

    In a large bowl, whisk together the eggs, milk, salt & pepper until well mixed.

    Pour the egg mixture into your prepared sheet pan.

    Visually divide your sheet pan of eggs into 6 or 8 sections. Customize each of the 6 or 8 sections by sprinkling on the add-ins, if desired, per your preference.

    Pop your sheet pan eggs into the hot oven and bake 18-20 minutes, or until the center is firm to the touch. 

    Cool slightly and cut into those 6 or 8 different pieces.

Notes

Serve and enjoy, unless you need to roll them into tortillas for those breakfast burritos, or pop onto biscuits or English muffins for those breakfast sandwiches!

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