Easter Egg Toast

Easter Egg Toast is the perfect way to use up leftover eggs. Use them in a mouth-watering gravy. With only 4 ingredients, it's a super easy breakfast option. #WomenLivingWell #Easter #eggs #breakfast

Janelle, from Comfy In the Kitchen, has the perfect recipe that will use up all of our hard-boiled Easter Eggs!

Easter Egg Toast is the perfect way to use up leftover eggs. Use them in a mouth-watering gravy. With only 4 ingredients, it's a super easy breakfast option. #WomenLivingWell #Easter #eggs #breakfast

Gather up about 10 Easter Eggs.

Take off the shells and rinse. You may have some “color” showing on the actual egg…I think it makes it more festive!

Chop up the eggs like so…

Now, you can either purchase a “gravy mix” {I was on vacation and had to bring this along-it was delicious, but I do typically make it myself} or you can make homemade gravy {white sauce}.

Add eggs to your gravy {white sauce}.


Toast your bread {1-2 slices per person}

Pour over top! It really is a delicious way to use up those Easter Eggs!

Someone scrapped their dish! {hehe}

Easter Egg Toast
Prep time: 5 mins
Cook time: 10 mins
Total time: 15 mins
Serves: 6-8
  • 10 Easter Eggs
  • White Gravy Packet {follow directions}
  • OR- Homemade= 4 Tbsp butter, 1/3 cup flour, 3 cups of milk, 1 tsp salt/pepper.
  • 1-2 slices of bread per person.
  1. Peel shells off of Easter Eggs.
  2. Chop eggs.
  3. Make White Gravy Packet OR Make Homemade as follows:
  4. Melt butter on stove top, add flour to make a paste, add milk and whisk until thickened, add salt and pepper.
  5. Add chopped eggs.
  6. Toast bread.
  7. Pour egg and gravy over toast.
I love this, Janelle!!!  You know what we’ll be eating for breakfast the day after Easter!

Walk with the King,

*Janelle is a woman who is dependent upon Jesus, a mom, a Licensed Professional Counselor, and an advocate for meal ministry. You can find her displaying step-by-step photos of her recipes, giving devotionals, and sharing meal ministry stories on her blog. You can follow Janelle’s blog at ComfyInTheKitchen.com.


  1. I love this! Not only does it look yummy, but it’s a moneysaver in using up all the leftover Easter ingredients. 🙂 I love easy recipes like this – thanks for sharing. Be blessed Courtney – I hope your family has a wonderful Easter!

  2. Perfect! Looks yummy and simple! Thanks for passing it along. Wishing your family a joy filled Easter holiday. We celebrate Easter on the 15th here in Ukraine (by the Eastern Calender).

  3. I don’t believe it! Someone else eats this! My husband thought I was nuts the first time I made this way back when we first got married. He fell in love with this and now my whole family enjoys this. Is this a southern dish? I ask because I live in PA and no one has ever heard of this. My momma is from Georgia and she is the one that I remember making me this.

  4. What a great idea! My husband is always begging me to make his favorite biscuits and gravy, and I bet this would go over biscuits just as well as it would over toast!

  5. Indeed, we are blessed. HE loved us first and that is such a large thought it is hard to wrap your mind around it.

    PS My husband will adore this recipe, he is a breakfast fanatic!!!

  6. This sounds like the open faced turkey sandwiches I enjoyed as a child for the week after Thanksgiving when we had all the turkey to use up! This looks delicious and something I’ll definitely have to try in the future! -Nicole @ Working Kansas Homemaker

  7. Oooh, thank you for this idea! I need to do something with all our leftover Easter eggs and egg salad just doesn’t cut it for me.

  8. My mo made this for us growing up- we called it “Creamed eggs on toast”. My husband also thought I was crazy the first time I made it and he won’t eat it! He’s not a big fan of boiled eggs. But it’s good comfort food to me!

  9. I have made a version of this called Eggs ala Goldenrod for my husband for 41 years. It was his mother’s recipe. Remove the eggs yolks before chopping up the egg whites and putting them into the white sauce (cream gravy). Crumble the egg yolks with a fork. Do everything else as this recipe indicates but reserve the egg yolks to sprinkle on the top (this is the “goldenrod:). The bright yellow sprinkle on top can’t help but put a smile on everyone’s faces.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

I accept the Privacy Policy

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.