Green Pesto Eggs on Toast

Slofoodgroup Team March 02, 2022

A Simple Breakfast Idea with Eggs and Toast

If you are a fan of pesto and eggs, this recipe is the one for you! Pesto eggs became a viral dish on the internet as it is very easy to make and with ingredients lying around the pantry. You need to do little more than heat up a couple of spoonfuls of pesto in a hot pan and to crack some eggs. Sprinkle everything in flake sea salt and freshly cracked black pepper and you've got yourself a wonderful Italian-flavored breakfast or brunch. It is best served over crusty bread or sourdough, if available. The pesto adds a massive flavor boost to traditional fried eggs.

Sunny Side Up Eggs with Pesto on Toast

Serves: 2

Prep Time: 2‘

Cooking Time: 5’

Additional Time: 0’ 



  1. Add the pesto to a non-stick skillet and heat over medium heat.
  2. Once hot, crack the eggs on top and cook to desired doneness; we prefer over medium.
  3. Sprinkle with flake sea salt and freshly cracked black pepper on top; serve on toasted bread.



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