Sheet Pan Eggs

4.99 from 371 votes

This Sheet Pan Eggs recipe is a great way to cook a breakfast meal for a large crowd using just your oven - it's fast, easy and delicious!

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Sheet Pan eggs are my latest installment in sheet pan meals. I’m obsessed with sheet pan meals because a) easy to make b) easy to clean up and c) great for a crowd. I’ve done this with fish and steak and now with eggs. Using 18 eggs in a blender, any vegetables you’d like and cheese, this can easily feed 12 people for breakfast or brunch!

Eggs for a crowd - sheet pan eggs made in a baking sheet

When I have overnight guests, I love cooking eggs for them the next day. Usually when it’s 1-3 people, I’ll take special requests: hard-boiled, fried, poached…I can be such an accommodating hostess 🙂  But any more than 4 guests, and I need to bulk cook. And sheet pan eggs are great for that! If you’re looking for an easy way to serve eggs to a crowd, you’ve arrived my friends!

Ingredients and Substitutions

  • Eggs: Use the freshest eggs you can, and preferably organic / free range. If you’d like, you can make them completely with egg whites as well.
  • Milk: I use 2% milk, but you can use any that you have, plant-based milk or even cream for more fluffy eggs.
  • Vegetables: Mushrooms and red bell peppers are what I used, but you can top these off with any other vegetables. Try to avoid water-rich vegetables though, like tomatoes, since they release too much moisture.
  • Shredded cheese: I use shredded cheddar cheese to keep the color consistent with eggs, but you can use any cheese you’d like.
  • Meat: While I like to keep these oven baked eggs vegetarian, you can easily add meat on top to make it a more hearty breakfast.
Carton of 12 eggs to make the recipe

How to make sheet pan eggs

What I like to do is use a blender to quickly whisk the eggs together. You can also use a bowl and whisk, but just be prepared for an arm workout in that case. So, blend up those eggs, pour them into a sheet pan and top it however you’d like. Or go halvsies with the toppings: vegetarian on one side, meat-lovers on the other side.

Four process shots to show how to mix the ingredients

Grease the sheet pan, then place parchment paper and grease it one more time. This ensures that no eggs get stuck to the pan. Now you’re ready to pour the egg mixture into the prepared pan.

Pouring the mixture into the pan

And top it with your favorite vegetables and/or meats and cheese and bake it in the oven. Depending on the size of the baking pan you use and your oven, the cooking time will vary, but you’ll know they’re done if they’re no longer jiggly. You want to check that the middle of the pan is set.

The sheet pan eggs before and after cooking

If you use a 12×17 sheet pan (jelly roll pan) like I did for these sheet pan eggs, you can slice the whole pan into 12 equal servings. They actually come out to be about the size of a slice of bread…coolest coincidence ever!

Sheet pan eggs cut into squares before serving

I like to toast some bread, mash some avocado slices over it, and top it with the eggs. The texture of the sheet pan eggs is more like a frittata than scrambled eggs, but it’s fluffy, full of flavor and fast for a crowd!

Top tips to make sheet pan eggs

  1. Don’t over-blend the eggs. You want to blend them just long enough to combine the yolks with the white but not too long where they start to become frothy and you see bubbles. Watch the blender carefully as it will vary based on the model you use.
  2. Use a rimmed baking sheet. The hardest part of this recipe may just be transferring them from the counter to the oven. Just think about 18 eggs in a pan. So using a rimmed baking sheet is a must!
  3. Make sure to double grease the pan. By double greasing, I mean grease the pan, line it with parchment paper and then grease it again with cooking spray. This just makes it so effortless to remove the sliced sheet pan eggs without any sticking problems.
  4. Limit the number of toppings you add. It’s fun to customize these, but be sure not to go over-board with the add-ins, especially the vegetables. That’s because they can release too much moisture, which affects the end result of the sheet pan eggs making them too liquidy.
  5. Pour the eggs into the pan while the pan is in the oven. This was a great tip from one of my readers to avoid walking with a full pan of eggs.

Frequently asked questions

Can I freeze leftover eggs?

Yes, this is a great freezer friendly meal. Make sure to cool them completely, slice them into single servings and store them individually in freezer safe bags or in containers. They will keep for up to 3 months. Thaw overnight in the fridge, then microwave before enjoying.

What do you serve with them

These sheet pan eggs make for a great breakfast or brunch, served on top of a slice of whole grain toast or with some Garlic Roasted Potatoes or Air Fryer Potatoes. Still, these eggs don’t have to be limited to breakfast! I can eat eggs any time of the day.

How do you know when the eggs are baked?

The eggs are ready to come out of the oven when they are no longer jiggly and the egg is all set in the center. If you have an instant read thermometer, it should register at 160ºF. Insert a toothpick into the center of the pan and it should come out clean.

Sheet pan eggs served on toast with sliced avocado

These sheet pan eggs are a perfect option if you are feeding a crowd for breakfast or brunch, they are so quick and easy to make! These oven baked eggs are also great for a grab and go breakfast on busy mornings!

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Sheet Pan Eggs

This Sheet Pan Eggs recipe is a great way to cook a breakfast meal for a large crowd using just your oven – it's fast, easy and delicious!
5 from 371 votes
Servings 12 servings
Course Breakfast
Calories 137
Prep Time 5 mins
Cook Time 15 mins
Total Time 20 mins

Ingredients
  

  • Cooking spray
  • 18 eggs
  • 1/3 cup milk
  • Salt and pepper
  • ½ cup sliced mushrooms
  • ¼ cup sliced red peppers
  • 1 cup shredded cheddar cheese
  • Sliced bread for serving
  • Mashed avocado for serving
  • Chopped parsley for serving

Instructions

  • Preheat the oven to 350°F. Grease an 12×17" rimmed sheet pan with cooking spray, line with parchment paper, and spray again.
  • In a blender, blend the eggs with the milk. Season with salt and pepper, to taste.
  • Pour the egg mixture evenly on the sheet pan and top with the mushrooms, peppers, and shredded cheese.
  • Bake the eggs for about 15-18 minutes, until they are set.
  • Allow the eggs to cool for a few minutes, then cut the eggs into 12 equal pieces. Serve on a toast with mashed avocado and fresh parsley, if desired.

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Notes

Storage: You can make this recipe up to 4 days in advance. Just store in an airtight container in the fridge. When ready to serve, you can warm it on top of your toast or in a microwave.
Adjust Servings: If your crowd is not that big, switch from 12×17 pan to13×9 pan. Use 12 eggs and bake closer to 15 minutes. Just watch until the eggs are set in the middle.
Freezing Instructions:  Cool the sheet pan eggs completely, slice them into single servings and store them individually in freezer safe bags or in containers. They will keep for up to 3 months. Thaw overnight in the fridge, then microwave before enjoying.
 

Nutrition

Serving: 1g, Calories: 137kcal, Carbohydrates: 1.4g, Protein: 10.7g, Fat: 9.6g, Saturated Fat: 4g, Cholesterol: 250.2mg, Sodium: 155.6mg, Fiber: 0.2g, Sugar: 0.9g

Nutrition information provided is an estimate. It will vary based on cooking method and specific ingredients used.

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  1. I love this! I made it as a meal prep for the week and it’s so easy! I threw some wholly avocado on some toast and put my egg bake on top. I reduced the portions by half since I was only making it for myself.

  2. We’ve run out of egg patties at the summer camp I work at, so I’m going to try this for breakfast.
    I have liquid egg that I plan to use instead of whole eggs. Would you still add a little milk?

    1. Let me know how it goes! In that case, I probably wouldn’t add as much milk, but I have yet to try this recipe with liquid egg.

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