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Anti Hangover Baked Eggs in Spinach and Tomato (5+20 Min, Vegetarian)

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Anti Hangover Baked Eggs in Spinach and Tomato | #hangover #vegetarian #breakfast |

This particular recipe started as one we were researching for hangover ‘cures’.

With Christmas, New Year and most certainly hangovers looming on the ever nearing horizon, we decided to try and create a vegan and a vegetarian dish that would potentially allay that most horrible of feelings – the morning after.

Our initial research threw up some decent finds. ‘Cures’ are varied, widespread and unproven – but three things are often repeated; potassium, sodium and cysteine (1, 2, 3).

With this is mind we already made the vegan peanut butter banana sandwich, for those days when anything more complicated becomes an impossible task.

As mentioned, this recipe started as a hangover alleviator. But the baked eggs in spinach and tomato turned into so much more than that – it’s absolutely delicious.

Sure, the spinach leaves add the much needed potassium, and the eggs provide the cysteine (the salt’s there too, don’t worry), but this one is just great for any morning. It’s vegetarian too.

Give it a try and let us know what you think!

If that’s not enough for you, here are some more recipes that could help make you feel a little better:

Both are very easy to make and well worth it!

PS. What about greasy food you may ask? Well, it’s a myth according to many sources. Instead of relieving you, fat could actually cause more trouble in your belly (4, 5).

Anti Hangover Baked Eggs in Spinach and Tomato | #hangover #vegetarian #breakfast |
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Baked Eggs in Spinach and Tomato

Baked Eggs in Spinach and Tomato. A delicious breakfast to help combat hangovers by replenishing the most important nutrients and amino acids. Easy to make and very tasty. You know you wanna.
Course Breakfast
Cuisine Anti-Hangover, British, Vegetarian
Time 25 minutes
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Total Time 25 minutes
Servings 2 people
Calories 460kcal



  • Preheat the oven to 200°C (400°F).
  • Dice the onion and chop the tomatoes (or open tin).
  • Mix the onion and tomatoes with the spinach.
  • Add everything else and stir up, leaving only the eggs aside.
  • Place mix into two small ovenproof bowls (or one large) and make a well in the centre of each.
  • Crack the eggs and pour into the wells.
  • Place in oven and cook for 20 minutes at 200°C (400°F).
  • Keep an eye on the egg – when it looks cooked then remove the dishes from the oven, there’s no need to cook any longer. In my oven it takes around 22 mins, in Howie’s, 18.
  • Add another dash of salt and pepper to the top.
  • Enjoy with nice, crusty bread.


Optional: serve with nice, crusty bread
Fuck hangovers pt 2. Tried the recipe? We’re all curious! Send us a pic via instagram by using the tag #hurrythefoodup or leave a comment below.
IF THIS HELPED YOUR HANGOVER (or just tasted good): we’ve got a great Vegan Banana Anti-Hangover Sandwich for you to try too. What’s the worst that can happen?


Nutrition Facts
Baked Eggs in Spinach and Tomato
Amount Per Serving
Calories 460 Calories from Fat 207
% Daily Value*
Fat 23g35%
Saturated Fat 9g56%
Cholesterol 193mg64%
Sodium 1683mg73%
Potassium 1084mg31%
Carbohydrates 41g14%
Fiber 8g33%
Sugar 14g16%
Protein 24g48%
Vitamin A 5996IU120%
Vitamin C 46mg56%
Calcium 361mg36%
Iron 4mg22%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.
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About Hauke Fox

I'm always on the lookout for these damn smart recipes. You know, those that only take a few minutes to put together and taste delicious. Vegetarian Cooking at home is a way to take back control over what I eat. I don't like what many companies do to animals and the environment with their products.


  1. I’ve had eggs baked in tomato – but never have had or thought of adding spinach – what a brilliant idea! This would be perfect for brunch or dinner!!!

  2. This looks so good! I am going to try it out tomorrow for brunch! I just found your website today, and I am loving it!! Thanks for all of the amazing vegetarian recipes!!

  3. These recipes are amazing!! I just stumbled across your sight today and have already tried out three !! I can’t cook for toffee so my kids are amazed we had curry for lunch …with the bombay potatoes ! Currently waiting for the banana & oat cookies to cool down ! Am feeling super excited 🙂

    • Ah soooo cool Tammey! I’m really happy to hear that, thank you. I’m glad the kids have it enjoyed it all so far too, that’s class. Good luck with more recipes!!

  4. 5 stars
    Just had this dish for the first time as part of the Veggie Weight loss diet. It was INCREDIBLE! It certianly wont be the last – I can see this becoming a Sat orSun brunch ideal very quickly. Instead of standard chillie flakes, I added chipotle chilli flakes which just took the flavour sensation up hugely! Also, I added half the amount of balsamic and found that was more than enough. Honestly, thank you Hurry The Food Up team for making being on a ‘diet’ a) so enjoyable b) easy to make a lifestyle c) for the support and guidance and lastly d) for being you!

    • Ahh, well thank you too, Sheila! Very kind of you to write and say so, what a lovely way for us to start the week! It’s much appreciated. It’s good to have you with us and enjoying the veggie weight loss so much! That’s exactly what we hope for

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