Jules Sebastian shares her delicious take on the ‘pesto eggs’ hack that is sweeping the world

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Is this the easiest food trend yet? Jules Sebastian shares her delicious take on the ‘pesto eggs’ hack that is sweeping the world

  • Jules Sebastian, 40, has shared her ‘delicious’ take on the TikTok pesto egg trend
  • ‘Pesto eggs’ have gone viral, where you fry eggs in pesto instead of olive oil
  • Jules paired hers with avocado on sourdough, chili flakes and a little honey
  • The reason it works is because the oil in pesto keeps the eggs from sticking

Fashion stylist and TV host Jules Sebastian has shared her ‘delicious’ take on the pesto egg trend – pairing the breakfast dish with avocado on sourdough, chili flakes and a drizzle of honey.

The ‘pesto eggs’ trend has gone viral on TikTok in recent weeks, where millions of users have seen registered dietitian Amy Wilichowski talk about how baking eggs in pesto instead of olive oil is the secret to a delicious breakfast.

The 40-year-old mother of two said she’d been desperate to make pesto eggs for her family for a while – and she wasn’t disappointed with the results.

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Fashion stylist and TV host Jules Sebastian has shared her ‘delicious’ take on the pesto egg trend (pictured)

Test the TikTok pesto eggs! Wow, these are delicious! Jules posted on Instagram.

I added avo to the sourdough, chili flakes and a drizzle of honey. Believe me, it is delicious. ‘

To make Jules’ pesto eggs, all you have to do is scoop two tablespoons of pesto into a saucepan, break two eggs over the pesto, and sprinkle some chili flakes before frying over low heat.

“Meanwhile, I spread some avocado on sourdough bread and added the eggs and pesto,” Jules said.

“This is a game changer, and it’s going to change your life if you add the eggs and pesto.”

The reason it works is because oil in the pesto keeps eggs from sticking to the pan and you can serve them however you want - scrambled, fried or whipped into an omelet (photo)

The reason it works is because oil in the pesto keeps eggs from sticking to the pan and you can serve them however you want - scrambled, fried or whipped into an omelet (photo)

The reason it works is because oil in the pesto keeps eggs from sticking to the pan and you can serve them however you want – scrambled, fried or whipped into an omelet (photo)

Jules paired her breakfast dish with avocado on sourdough, chili flakes and a drizzle of honey (pictured), but it also works with things like ricotta

Jules paired her breakfast dish with avocado on sourdough, chili flakes and a drizzle of honey (pictured), but it also works with things like ricotta

Jules paired her breakfast dish with avocado on sourdough, chili flakes and a drizzle of honey (pictured), but it also works with things like ricotta

Thousands who saw Jules’ pesto eggs said they hadn’t yet seen the food trend and were eager to jump on board:

‘Yum, I’m on board with the addition of honey too,’ a commenter posted.

“Wow – that looks interesting, maybe should try,” added another.

“This is a game changer, and it’s going to change your life if you add the eggs and pesto,” said Jules (pictured).

The pesto egg trend has been gaining steam in recent weeks, where thousands have shared their own variations when paired with ricotta, honey, and butter.

The reason it works is because oil in the pesto keeps the eggs from sticking to the pan, and you can serve them however you want – scrambled, fried, or whipped into an omelet.

Those who tried it were almost unanimous in favor of it, with many saying that pesto eggs are their ‘new favorite breakfast’.

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