Easy Eggs Florentine

This vegetarian version of easy eggs florentine pulls together in a jiffy for a super easy breakfast, brunch or supper!

Easy Eggs Florentine
Easy Eggs Florentine

Easy Eggs Florentine


½ English muffin

¼ cup Quick and Easy Creamed Spinach

1 tbls grated Parmesean cheese

1 egg

Salt to taste

Pepper to taste


Toast English muffin. Spread creamed spinach over the top and place under broiler.  While muffin is cooking, fry egg to desired doneness. When spinach begins to brown, top with Parmesean cheese and continue broiling until melted.  Remove from broiler and top with fried egg. Add salt and pepper to taste.

1 Serving, 175 calories

Hack #1:  Slice English muffins in half horizontally and return to original packing.  Place in sealable bag and place in freezer for up to 3 months.

Hack #2:  Make more than one egg and store them for later use.  For the best quality, I suggest cooking scrambled eggs in an egg ring as this provides for uniform cooking and reheating.  Cook just until set. These eggs can be stored in the refrigerator for up to 3 days or in the freezer for up to 6 months. To freeze eggs, place on cookie sheet and place in freezer until firm.  Seal in freezer bag or container and store in freezer. To reheat, thaw or remove from refrigerator and microwave at 20 second intervals just until heated through.


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13 Replies to “Easy Eggs Florentine”

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  2. Hi Cynthia,

    I do enjoy eating eggs, and this recipe looks tasty and sounds easy to make.  I enjoyed your tips as well, I never really thought about freezing eggs, that’s good to know.  Your creamed spinach recipe sounds good too, I need to incorporate more spinach into my diet, as it is really healthy. Thanks for sharing.


    1. I hate to throw food away so I love so many things can be frozen and saved for later!  As for the creamed spinach, it certainly is healthy and I hope you enjoy using this recipe to incorporate more into your diet.

  3. Hi there! I went through your article and I must say that I found it very interesting. I love cooking so much and this easy eggs florentine caught my interest. As I read through, I realized that it is truly easy to prepare, and takes a short time. It also looks very delicious. Thanks for sharing this recipe with us. I will be sharing it further too.

  4. One of the most delicious recipes, but I do it a little differently because I live in Estonia, then black or rye bread is famous here, and there is a lot of it in the store. Still, I use black bread with raisins for this recipe, and it adds a lot to the taste. Or there is also a standard product between bread and bread in make-up called a forge, which is a perfect solution for this recipe.
    I have never been used to freezing bread, but an exciting solution is whether the taste remains.

    1. I think that pumpernickel bread (which I assume is the same or similar to the black bread you refer to) would be fabulous with this recipe so I think I’ll try to make some (stay tuned for the recipe!) 

      As for freezing bread, I do it out of necessity.  I’m a single person and don’t generally eat enough bread for it to stay fresh unless I freeze it.  It will keep its full flavor for up to 3 months.

  5. Hi Cynthia,

    It is simple to prepare, could be preserved for weeks. Surely it would be tasty with all the ingredients. 

    It is smart nutrition having egg, spinach and cheese cooked on the top of a English muffin.

    This recipe could find a big-time use during the pandemic for the people sitting in front of the computer the entire day. It will be a good try for anyone.

    1. I think if we had it to over, many of us would have spent more time experimenting with healthy recipes like this instead of making elaborate desserts during the lockdown.  Hopefully, we can get back on track!

  6. This was one of my grandma’s old time favorites. I remember she always used scrambled eggs. Now I know why she did. And I also remember always seeing eggs stored in my grandma’s freezer. Now I know that she probably did for up to 6 months. Thank you for this recipe. I will share with my children what my grandma made for us.

    1. This does seem to be one of those “old-fashioned” recipes that don’t get the attention it deserves these days.  Please let me know what your children think of Grandmas’ favorite breakfast!

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