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Thursday, February 11, 2010

Egg Baskets

This is our second favorite breakfast, Egg Baskets! They are ridiculously easy to make and fun to eat. Here's how to make them:

For each egg basket, you will need two slices of deli ham (other thin sliced meat will work just as well), an egg, a 1/2 tsp of milk or cream and some salt and pepper. That's it!!


Nestle the two slices of ham in a muffin tin, making a space in the middle.


Carefully crack open an egg into the space. I prefer farm fresh "brown betties" myself and when I get my own chickens that's what we'll always have. But for now, I have to rely on the efforts of the chickens of others...


Add a pinch of salt.


And a twist of pepper.


Pour about a 1/2 tsp of cream or milk into each cup.


They are ready for the oven!


Bake them in a preheated 350 degree oven for 20 minutes.

Ta Da!! Egg baskets!

Loosen them gently with a fork and remove. Serve piping hot because no one likes cold eggs! (Even if they have a cool name like egg baskets.)

This was my breakfast...DELICIOUS!

3 comments:

  1. Annie - What a great idea! Going to see some friends later this week, hope to make these while I'm there. (They have chickens!)

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  2. Hey Annie, are they eggs, hard or soft when you make these? Curious because they look yummy but I only like a hard egg.

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