21 Reviews

A nice change of pace for regurlar breakfast becon and eggs. With lots of cheese, please!:)

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SQRT(3) April 29, 2010

Love these - all my favourite breakfast treats rolled into one and no frying involved! I scrambled the eggs lightly, added a sprinkling of salt and pepper, and baked for 13 minutes; they turned out slightly more "done" (hard boiled like!) than I would have liked so will try the 10 minutes the next time. Oh, and will definitely try these with bacon instead of ham too! Thank you jellyko, a great recipe!

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stormylee April 25, 2010

What an incredible brunch recipe. I made it for Christmas Brunch this year. I used smoked gouda for the cheese and omitted the english muffins because the menu had other carbs in it. Thanks for this recipe, everyone loved them!

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Rijaka December 27, 2010

This was good and so very easy! Served on an english muffin with a side of fruit. Can't beat how fast it is to make these and the one pan clean up is great! Thanks jellyko!

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lazy gourmet June 01, 2009

These were very easy to make. They are good but I am not sure I like the cheese on them. I like the hollandaise sauce on them better. I think I will continue to use this method but leave the cheese out and top with hollandaise sauce. I have 5 kids and it was great to be able to make it all at once. Made for ZWT5 for the Cooks with Dirty Faces. Thanks for a great recipe.

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Queenofcamping May 31, 2009

Adorable eggs in ham cups! Easy breezy and easily adjustable amounts, according to how many being fed.

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rosslare April 01, 2016

Made these for my kids for breakfast before school. We used turkey and shredded fake cheddar (I have a milk allergy) and skipped the parm, so basically I didn't make anything the same. But I still wanted to stop by and say the concept is awesome, and the kids love them because they bake up super cute and fun. Great way to start a Monday morning!

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Three Kids Make Me Crazy April 16, 2012

These are so versatile and make a really quick breakfast or brunch treat. The recipe was reduced to 2 servings and cooked in individual ramekins. I took these out of the oven when I thought the jiggle was right and these continued to cook more than I had anticipated after the standing time. Made for *ZWT 5*

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PaulaG May 26, 2009

Great! Made them for Easter brunch and everyone raved about them! I overcooked mine, :( due to making so many other dishes at the same time, but this recipe is a keeper! Will make again and keep a closer watch on them!

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Matt, Averie & Kate's Mom April 22, 2009

Made for Sunday Brunch. I used small personal serving dishes which allowed the addition of two eggs per person. Cooking them a little longer. Thank you Jellyko! I will be making these again.

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Kit^..^ty Of Canada January 30, 2008
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