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Baked eggs in ham cups January 13, 2012

Filed under: Breakfast — chocolatekrinkles @ 9:50 am
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Through a random flurry of web/twitter browsing, I found a breakfast recipe featuring two of my favorite things: baking + eggs.

How yum does that look?! Thank goodness for SoDelushious!(side note, seriously a hilarious website.. and you can follow her on Twitter too.. do yourselves a favor and follow BOTH!!)

Anyway, back to that yummy concoction up there. You can basically put anything in that little ham cup that you’d normally put in an omelet. Here’s what I had on hand: mushrooms, spinach, and cheese. I did have to get some ham — mine was a weebit thinner than I would’ve liked but it’s up to you.

See, super-thin ham! Before you add the ham, make sure to grease the sides of your ramekin!

Anyway, I decided to saute my spinach and mushrooms in a little bit of olive oil, while adding a dash of salt and a dash of garlic powder. Okay, so I probably could’ve used a clove of garlic but what can I say? The garlic powder was right next to me. Yeah.. I am nothing if not efficient (read: lazy ha!).

After letting it cool just for a little bit, I added the mushroom+spinach into the ham cup, then sprinkling a little bit of cheese, and topping it off with an egg.

Bake for about 20 minutes at 350 degrees. SoDelushious says to poke any bubbling — which is so not what I did the first time around and ended up with a funky looking, albeit very delicious, ham cup.

Anyway, let your ham cup cool for about a minute, dive in and enjoy!

I’ve got some broccoli florets and chicken & apple sausages I may throw into my next ham cup creation. Or maybe some mozzarella, cherry tomatoes, and pesto. The possibilities are endless!

Source: So Delushious

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One Response to “Baked eggs in ham cups”

  1. […] foods: I can make a good ole fashioned omelet, a rolled omelet (when I’m feeling fancy!), or baked eggs in ham cups. But lately, I’ve been itching to try a new recipe. So after looking around online for a […]


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