Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 10 mins

My husband heard this on TV years ago, we tried it and we all loved it!! Watch them closely to keep the tortilla from getting too brown and crunchy. Cook time is approximate. Servings according to what you need


  1. Depending on size of tortilla used, break 1-2 eggs into center of tortilla.
  2. Salt and pepper egg (s) Sprinkle Cheddar all around outer edge of tortilla.
  3. Bake at 350 until egg is set as desired.


Most Helpful

How fun! We put Turkey bacon, guacamole, sour cream, cilantro, and salsa on ours and ate it like a taco. It was awesome!!!! We cut up the turkey bacon right out of the package and it cooked on top right along with the egg. So easy! Thanks for a great weekend breakfast! UPDATE: 1/31/09 We have used this recipe often. I submitted another photo, this time using leftover Nacho fixings including taco meat. We love that you can put anything on these eggs and they come out so yummy! Thanks again for a great recipe.

Mika G. January 31, 2009

So fun! It definitely is a recipe that needs pizzazz- and lots of additions. I stuck to the basic for my first time, but will definitely play with this recipe. I used a wheat/flax tortilla and 2 eggs, but should have used one- it was a little crowded! I baked in the oven for about 17 mins to get a hardboiled texture- I don't like runny eggs. Thanks for sharing.

MrsMM March 10, 2008

As soon as I saw the yummy looking picture on the Aussie Recipe Swap, I knew I had to make this today! It was so easy and incredibly tasty, that I knew it would be a regular weekend breakfast. I added co-jack cheese and real bacon bits, but I know that mushrooms, peppers, onions and anything else you'd put in an omelette would be great too. I baked mine for 11 minutes in a convection oven and it was the pefect soft-boiled type egg consistency. Thanks for sharing Earnhardt!

DuChick March 01, 2008

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