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Great recipe idea. I tried to make the eggs in the oven in muffin tins, but when they came out of the oven, it baked up to high. So I took a 9 x 13 pan & baked the eggs that way when I made my second batch & then cut out egg squares for the sandwiches. Also, my dh likes it spicy so I used sausage & pepperjack cheese slices. They were awesome!!! I planned on having this last for 2-3 weeks- my dh ate them all in 5 days! Thanks Pamela!
What a great idea! I am yet to freeze any, but just made a little batch and they are out of this world. I actually beat the eggs with a splash of milk, salt& pepper and stuck them in the hot water bath in the oven at 400 degrees for 12 minutes. I sprayed my ceramic ramekins with some cooking spray, filled the ramekins about halfway and waited. The eggs are soooo fluffy and are the perfect size for the biscuits (which is what I am using instead of bagels). I can't wait to try all of the other combinations like chives, spinnach, all kinds of samndwich meats... yum! Thank you for the great recipe.
Make them up and freeze some. They are great to bring to work, or to eat in the car on the way to work! I made ours using thick black pepper bacon. OMG, so good!
These are a great make ahead item! With the crazy hours I work, these are great to grab to bring to work and heat in the toaster oven. I have used egg substitute with turkey sausage with good results too!
I'm giving 5 stars per my neighbor..I made them for her when she was pregnant and she really liked them. I will have to make them again for my family!
A very simple and easy recipe. I made 20 of them -- and froze most of them. It's nice to be able to pull one out of the freezer for a quick breakfast (or snack). They are easy to reheat. I just placed the bagel on a paper plate, covered with a paper towel and microwaved @ 50% power for about 90 seconds. A couple times I had placed the bagel on the counter for a few minutes -- so the reheating time depends on how frozen the sandwich is. I also used ham slices on some -- Canadian bacon on the others. On some I put both the ham and regular bacon. Plus I used the sliced American cheese -- but did run out and had to use some pepper-jack on a few. We actually LOVED the pepper jack. I love knowing that I have a supply of these handy in the freezer. If anyone is worried about how they reheat -- they do great. Perhaps you might have to adjust the power and time a bit -- depending on your microwave. But I found the right combo for mine. I just made another batch and this time I used the regular sized bagels.
My hubby was very appreciative of these. I used sausage patties instead of bacon. The idea you have for the cooking of the egg is absolutely awesome. I never would have thought of that. Thank you so much for the recipe. I will use this time and time again!
Wonderful! I followed another reader's lead and made them in a smaller jelly roll pan. After greasing, I lined the pan with chopped broccoli. After 10 min @ 350 I added meat/cheese to the top. This only took a total of about 15 min. Have to watch carefully to make sure eggs don't overcook.
My family enjoyed these very much. I made them for breakfast on our family vacaation and they were devoured in minutes. I was looking for something filling and hearty and these fit the bill. Thank you for posting.
Excellent, super easy to make and a great way to start those hectic mornings. I baked the eggs in muffin tins and used full sized bagels. Delicious!