While I agree with Heather #6 that this was a bit on the "fluffy breakfast eggy" side, I also agree with Angi11002 that this is a wonderful break from the standard "eggs and cheese for breakfast". The taste is slightly sweet like a true custard, and, while the taste is a bit "eggy", I will be making this again... and again... and again. I sprinkled cinnamon and a bit of erythritol on top for a "cinnamon-sugar" topping. Thanks, Momma Loon! Also, I'd like to mention that this is very filling. I thought I might want to make a second batch, but have found this fills me up and has left me very satisfied.
This is a wonderful recipe. I am the only one in the family that loves egg custard so finding a one serving recipe was great. Before baking I sprinkled the top with Sugar Twins' Brown Sugar. It's the closest thing to Creme Brule.
I enjoyed this. It is my new go to quick & easy dessert. In my opinion, after the eggs are beaten well, time should be taken to thoroughly beat in the cream, sugar & flavoring. Beating all well will lead to this dish having more of a custard consistency versus just being another scrambled egg dish.
I love egg custard and this just didn't do it for me. I followed the recipe to the letter. The taste and the texture were too "fluffy breakfast eggy" and not smooth and sweet like I expect from custard. The edges were really chewy. Maybe it would be better baked instead of microwaved.
Hey Vicki Lynn! Had this for breakfast since was tired of the same old eggs & cheese on my low carb diet. This was yummy! I put on nutmeg AND cinnamon since I love both. Thank you for an easy recipe!