Sheet Pan Eggs


Delicious and simple to make, these sheet pan eggs make for a delicious breakfast. The best thing is that this recipe is work for anyone, whether you follow the keto diet or not. And, you can go crazy with the variations too!

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Let’s be honest, eggs are a wonderful nutrient dense food, but sometimes they can get…. err, boring.

But maybe we can switch things up a bit?

Sheet pan eggs are a great way to serve eggs to the crowd and it’s the best way to meal prep eggs. Simple to make and even more delicious to eat, you must not miss out on them. If you want to surprise everyone, you can also call them cookie sheet eggs because they’re made in a cookie sheet.

It’s a great idea to try out these baked eggs whenever you have a huge crowd to feed. Just dump as many eggs as you want and blend them. Ta-da! Imagine making 12 omelets separately!

The best thing about this sheet pan eggs recipe is that it is keto. You can add in your favorite vegetables, maybe some slices of cooked bacon or pepperoni into the egg mixture for an easy sheet pan omelet.

Serve along side some bacon or keto hash browns for the ideal keto breakfast.



How to bake eggs on a sheet pan?

The ingredients of our sheet pan eggs recipe can be as simple or complex as you want them.

If you want to keep it simple, all you need is a single ingredient – just the eggs.

But if you want to get fancy (and impress everyone), you can add other ingredients too – especially if you want creamy eggs.

A great idea is to add cream to the eggs. This will make your eggs soft and creamy while adding flavor as well. If you are allergic to dairy or can’t tolerate dairy, try using a nut milk instead like macadamia nut milk. To keep the recipe keto, you should add plant-based milk.

If you want the eggs to taste even yummier, you can add cream cheese or a low carb yogurt instead. The softness of the eggs will just melt on your tongue!

An obvious one – add your favorite veggies, bell peppers, onions, spinach, olives, etc.

Another delicious addition to the sheet pan eggs recipe is breakfast meat. Some of my favorites are bacon slices and pepperoni. Pepperoni in particular is simply phenomenal with eggs! It’s like having a pizza but with eggs.

The beauty about making eggs on a baking sheet is that it’s easy. Mix your ingredients. Pour onto a sheet pan and bake! It’s makes a golden yellow color thanks to the yolks. Of course, you can leave out the yolks and make an egg white only eggs.

Sheet Pan Eggs Recipe Video

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Sheet Pan Eggs Ingredients

  • 12 eggs
  • 1/2 cup shredded cheddar cheese
  • 1/4 cup heavy cream
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • 1/2 teaspoon pepper

Sheet Pan Eggs Directions

  • Sheet Pan Eggs
  • a stack of eggs on a plate

    Let’s experiment!

    This is the best part of the recipe! Experimenting! You can try anything from your favorite breakfast protein like sausages or bacon to vegetables in your sheet pan eggs recipe. For the vegetables, bell pepper, green onion, olives, chives, brussels sprouts, mushrooms and even spinach are great options.

    The delectable crunch of the bell peppers and onions along with the richness of olives is the best combination ever. Not to mention how the reds, greens, and yellows of the vegetables add a nice splash of color to the breakfast table.

    Tomatoes are also a great option to add to the sheet pan egg. Make sure to cut the tomatoes in thin slices or chunks and just throw them in. If you want to go an extra step, try sautéing the tomato on the stove before adding it to the pan for baking. The flavor of sautéed tomatoes is just next level!

    If you want to make the keto sheet pan eggs recipe a little more hearty, you must try topping the eggs with shredded cheese or mixing in it. You can add your favorite cheese. In this recipe, I used cheddar cheese, but swiss, colby jack, goat cheese or pepper jack cheese is equally delicious!

    breakfast plates with scrambles, bacon, sandwiches

    Sheet pan eggs for breakfast sandwiches

    Sheet pan eggs are a great way to make a breakfast sandwich.

    You can cut out the baked scrambled egg according to the size of your keto bread. The sheet pan egg is usually a tad thicker than regular eggs, making for an even more delicious sandwich. Plus it fits on the sandwich perfectly and you don’t have to worry about the yolk breaking an making a mess of your sandwich. Keto sheet pan egg sandwiches can beat regular egg sandwiches any day!

    These sheet pan baked eggs are also a great idea for breakfast meal prep. You make these baked eggs ahead and serve them next to your favorite breakfast foods like hash browns, sausage or bacon!

    Can you freeze sheet pan eggs?

    Yes, sheet pan eggs are a freezer-friendly meal. Do make sure that you let them cool completely before you place them in the freezer. Also, it’s a good idea to store them in airtight containers or freezer safe bags before you freeze them. You can freeze them for about 3 months.

    But if this is such a simple and quick recipe that you can get it ready within just 10 minutes. You can store these eggs in the refrigerator for up to a week if you plan on meal prepping your breakfast foods.

    How do you know your eggs are done?

    The simplest way to check if the eggs are done is to jiggle the tray a little. If the eggs don’t look runny and they don’t jiggle or jiggle just slightly, they’re ready to eat! You can also stick a fork or toothpick into the center of the pan to check if they are cooked. If it comes out clean, it means the wait is over!

    A word of warning is due here. Make sure that you don’t overbake the scrambled eggs in the oven. Otherwise, they will turn rubbery with an overcooked smell. Not good!

    cut up sheet pan eggs on a tray with a plate of eggs too

    Tips for making eggs in a sheet pan

    If you want to make the perfect baked scrambled eggs, you gotta know some of our secret tips. Let’s dive in then!

    Don’t over mix the eggs. It’s quite tempting to mix eggs till they’re frothy. But, in that case, the eggs won’t bake properly as the air bubbles in the eggs start to deflate.

    Another tip is to use a rimmed baking sheet. This is because eggs are too runny and can easy slosh over the edges and spill everywhere when you are trying to get the pan into the oven. A rimmed baking sheet will help you out in this case. Or maybe you can add the eggs to the pan while the pan is in the oven to avoid any accidents!

    Should I line the pan with foil or parchment paper?

    You can use both, but it is better to use parchment paper. Also, make sure that you spray the cooking spray in the pan before you lay the parchment paper. I also like to spray it after in order to ensure the eggs don’t stick. But if you are using a foil, it is better to spray after you lay the foil.

    Other sheet pan breakfast recipes

    Looking for more easy keto breakfast recipes? Try these other sheet pan breakfast ideas.

    Nutritional information & Macros

    Nutrition Information

    Sheet Pan Eggs

    Servings: 12

    Amount Per Serving
    Calories 105
    Fat 8.5g
    Protein 7.2g
    Total Carbs 0.2g
    Net Carbs 0.2g

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    1. Hi! I recently found you on YouTube and am loving going through your recipes. I was curious as to the size of your sheet pan. I have three different sizes and am not sure which would be the best to use for the eggs and pancakes to get the right thickness. Thanks!

    2. How many total carbs are in the sheet eggs? I love this for my family but gave to be careful for myself with “net carbs”??? Please help

    3. Hi! Just made the sheet pan eggs for the week and added bacon bits. The house smells wonderful! In the directions it says to bake for 5-6 minutes, which was not nearly long enough, but the video says 5-10. Ten worked great. Might be some confusion about the different times, or maybe it is just my age, LOL!

      Thanks for you delicious and practical recipes.

    4. Hello, I recently started following you on YouTube and am enjoying all your videos. I wanted to thank you for the wonderful recipes and advice on meal prepping.

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