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I've made this a few times now as the first time was a bit of a disaster as I used a regular size muffin pan which my slice of bread fitted perfectly but proved to be to small for the egg, bacon and cream so had to buy bread which is large sliced and used my texas muffin pan for delicious results and for breakfast I baked them so they were still runny but to take on a picnic I baked till the yolk was hard and were very much enjoyed, thank you Bonnie G #2, made for Rookie Recipes tag game.

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I'mPat March 02, 2013

Bonnie, what a winner of a recipe. This simple to make breakfast treat was excellent. Quick, amazing flavors and textures. I made exactly as written and wouldn't change a thing. All the flavors blend perfectly together to create a memorable meal. Thanks so much for sharing. My finished egg muffins didn't look so pretty because I had difficulty getting them out of the ramkins I used, but boy do they taste good. Thanks for sharing a recipe that will be made again in my home. This is a second and third repeater.

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Baby Kato January 16, 2013

Bonnie, this is a truly wonderful breakfast or brunch dish! It should be ideal for B & B's! It is extremely tasty, and in fact between DH and me we almost ate all 6 muffins (2 are left, and he says it's his "snack" for later, cold or not!) ... I can feel I had a really filling brunch!! Although I greased my muffin hollows well, I had a little trouble getting out the muffins.(I would advise using a nonstick muffin tin -- mine is not -- and still greasing it.) The tastes are wonderful, and the cream and good cheddar are a must on these delicious bites. I used free-range eggs as you can see from the lovely orangey yolks. I think if one wants to double or even triple the recipe for a crowd, the rustic flattened bread "baskets" can be made ahead and kept airtight, and the bacon can be fried and crumbled the day before as well. Then the recipe will be extra easy to prepare in the morning. Thanks for a keeper -- this one is going straight to my Main cookbook. My muffins look somewhat "rustic" -- maybe the muffin hollows were a little small. BONNIE G WAS A RUNNER-UP IN THE "DRESS A NAKED RECIPE" PHOTO CONTEST IN THE FOOD PHOTO FORUM, SEPT. 2012. Congratulations, Bonnie!!

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Zurie October 17, 2012

Very good! I used English muffins instead of bread {only because my family prefers them}. It worked great. Like another reviewer, I used a Texas muffin pan. Next time I think I will try sausage and Swiss cheese. Can't wait! Thanks for posting.

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wealthave July 16, 2016

Loved these easy baked eggs. Only made 4 but used ham for the bacon and honey for the maple syrup. Very versatile will try as written when I get to the store. Rally time and you don't go anywhere unless absolutely necessary.

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