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Sheet Pan Steak Eggs and Potatoes

Everyone’s favorite steak and eggs turned into a complete SHEET PAN BREAKFAST! No fuss, no extra pans and easy clean up!

Sheet Pan Steak Eggs and Potatoes - Everyone's favorite steak and eggs turned into a complete SHEET PAN BREAKFAST! No fuss, no extra pans and easy clean up!

Is it just me, or does your day turn out to be a million times better when you have steak for breakfast?

I mean, whose to say steak is for dinner only?

Mom always said.

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day.

So let’s make it important.

Really really important.

Let’s start with perfectly seasoned, melt-in-your-mouth steak.

Coupled with garlic Parmesan roasted potatoes.

And that runny yolk so you can dip your steak right into it.

And no. You don’t have 3 pans to clean here.

Just one.

And your mom will also be so proud of your breakfast plate.

Win win all around.

Sheet Pan Steak Eggs and Potatoes

Everyone’s favorite steak and eggs turned into a complete SHEET PAN BREAKFAST! No fuss, no extra pans and easy clean up!

15 minutes40 minutes


  • 2 pounds baby red potatoes
  • 2 tablespoons olive oil
  • 4 cloves garlic, minced
  • 1 teaspoon dried thyme
  • 1/2 teaspoon dried oregano
  • 1/2 teaspoon dried basil
  • 1/4 cup freshly grated Parmesan
  • Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper, to taste
  • 1 tablespoon unsalted butter
  • 2 pounds (1-inch-thick) top sirloin steak, patted dry
  • 4 large eggs
  • 1 tablespoon chopped fresh chives


  1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees F. Lightly oil a baking sheet or coat with nonstick spray.
  2. Place potatoes in a single layer onto the prepared baking sheet. Add olive oil, garlic, thyme, oregano, basil and Parmesan; season with salt and pepper, to taste. Gently toss to combine.
  3. Place into oven and bake for 20-25 minutes, or until golden brown and crisp. Stir in butter until melted, about 1 minute.
  4. Preheat oven to broil.
  5. Season steaks with salt and pepper, to taste, and add to the baking sheet in a single layer.
  6. Create 4 wells, gently cracking the eggs throughout and keeping the yolk intact.
  7. Place into oven and broil until the egg whites have set and the steak is browned and charred at the edges, about 4-5 minutes per side for medium-rare, or until desired doneness.
  8. Serve immediately with garlic butter, garnished with chives, if desired.

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  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    I seriously only have one critique for this recipe….everything else was phenomenal.

    The eggs. They came out hard-boiled, not runny at all. I read the comments beforehand, my gut told me it would happen, I followed the recipe anyways. I always do when I make something for the first time. That way I can adjust as necessary the next time. My suggestion would be to follow the recipe completely up until the beginning of step 6. Add the steaks, make the wells, but don’t add the eggs yet. Put the pan in the oven, cook for 4-5 minutes under broil. Take the pan out, flip the steaks, crack the eggs into the wells, put back in the oven, and continue cooking for 4-5 minutes more for a medium-rare steak. The eggs SHOULD come out runnier.

    For the comments about the scorched potatoes, a few of mine burnt as well, but not enough to ruin the flavor. Check the potatoes when you go to flip the steak for its second cooking. If any of the potatoes look like they’re starting to burn, flip them over too. This should prevent them from scorching and give a more even flavor.

    I will 100/10 be making this meal again with my egg adjustment. I was happy dancing at the table. I LOOOOOOVE steak but don’t get it often. This recipe was so incredibly easy to put together and just packed full of all the right flavors. I am one happy (and very full) girl right now.

  2. Do you flip the steaks while in the oven?

  3. Do you have the nutritional facts for this?

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  4. Added the parm as directed and it burned onto the pan and potatoes. 

  5. THIS. WAS. SO . GOOD. The only thing that went wrong was the eggs, they came out with a hard yolk, but I blame that on using a cookie sheet to cook all of this.
    I will DEFINITELY make this again and share it with anyone who asks after a tried and true steak and potato recipe.
    Thank you so much for sharing!

  6. This is seriously delicious. I used a convection toaster oven, but had to make the eggs on a skillet with limited space. I also melted butter with garlic and parsley in the microwave for a quicker substitute. 12/10 will make again.

  7. So the eggs are broiled for a total of 8-10 minutes? And they will still have runny yokes???

  8. I’m in! But I’m making this for dinner! thank you, very creative but simple, love it!

  9. This recipe looks amazing and I’m looking forward to preparing it for my family.  I do have a question about cooking the steak.  Putting the steak in the oven, with the eggs, to broil for 4-5 minutes is clear but after re-reading the directions I noticed it said “per side”.  Does that mean I need to turn the steak once and then broil for another 4-5 minutes.

  10. I made this recipe last night.  When the steak was added along with the eggs for broiling, the potatoes and garlic scorched and burned, the eggs turned out hardboiled and dry, a fire started in my oven twice, the smoke alarm went off and my kitchen smells like a diner.  In other words NOT a well thought out recipe.  Next time, although I will probably not make it again, everything will be cooked in separate pans and the potatoes won’t be broiled, the seasoning on them was good but ruined by the high heat broiling.

    • Oh no – what a bummer! That definitely shouldn’t be happening. Was your rack set at the very top?

      • Second to top shelf where I always broil steaks.  Actually the steak turned out fine even with shorrtening the cooking time by two minutes.  I guess I need to  make some adjustments.  The clean up was definitely easier though!

  11. OMG! Oh yes, I will be doing this one! My hubby got all excited when he saw it, lol. Now I have to make it for us! 🙂

  12. Simply mindblowing recipe.I have been following you last few month and I just got amazed by your recipe.This one is no different. I can’t wait to make one….

  13. Wow, I love this dish!!! It looks so delicious in those pictures. Thanks for sharing this yummy breakfast with us:)

  14. Also how long are the steaks supposed to be in the oven before they broil with eggs?! I’m in the middle of cooking them and realized there’s no time….

  15. I feel silly asking – but do the potatoes go in a second time once steak is added?

  16. This is AMAZING for a Brunch or even a Holiday Breakast when a couple has to get to BOTH FAMILIES on holidays!  Early morning Steak And Eggs at one house…Dinner at another:) could even host a Brunch like this yourself and  go to  that Holiday dinner later after a quick sheet pan clean up from your Brunch.

    This looks so goood…your pictures are beautiful and motivating!  You make it all look so easy AND DAMN DELICIOUS.  THANKS for sharing your meals.

  17. Does the steak go in the oven whole or sliced up?

  18. You’ve done it again!
    It’s always exciting to see what you’ve come up with next!
    Such a great idea!
    Thanks so much

  19. I’m confused by steps 2 and 4. When do the potatoes go in?