Eggs Baked in Bacon Ring

Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 10 mins

I have been making these forever. Nice treat on the weekends for breakfast. You can make however many servings you need.


  1. Preheat oven to 325.
  2. Saute or broil lightly strips of bacon.
  3. Grease bottom of muffin tin with the butter.
  4. Line the sides with the bacon.
  5. Place 1 egg in each pan.
  6. Bake for 10 minutes or until eggs are set.
  7. Turn them out onto: rounds of toast, English muffins or pineapple rings.
Most Helpful

We make this all the time!!! So yummy. I also add some diced up onions & red pepper in the bottom of the muffin tin before i break the egg on top. then when it's about 5 minutes before it's done, i add a tsp of water to the top to help cook the top. I also love to add sliced cheddar on top. This is a family favorite-perfect for company!

um-um-good December 29, 2007

We enjoyed these on english muffins, with bloody marys for our New Year's brunch. These are really wonderful, and you could fry the bacon in advance (not too crispy or they'll break), refrigerate overnight, and be ready to make these first thing in the morning without having to wait for the bacon to fry. Watch the eggs carefully, though. Mine weren't set at 10 minutes, and when I checked them 5 minutes later, they were a little too done for our preferences, but we still loved the flavor and presentation of this. Excellent recipe that we'll make again - thanks, bert!

Lizzie-Babette January 16, 2004

I tried this for our Sunday morning breakfast. My husband loved them, he loves cheese so I melted some on top when they were done. I am not an egg person, but it was very good to me too. Thanks for the post! Next time I'm trying them on an English Muffin.

Bekkah November 16, 2003