26 Reviews

Delicious! I even added a little parmesan and it's good!!

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KingotheBBQ February 23, 2012

Simple, clear, concise directions and quite tasty. Great for sharing, at gatherings, too.

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MISSED NUTS February 21, 2012

This is delicious!! Easy to use.. and I'll be making it again for my family. Not too many ingredients which is great.

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Pixilicious February 21, 2012

I love the look of these fun little nests. The shredded potatoes make it so easy. There are no amounts listed for the oil in the recipe so I guessed that it was supposed to be tablespoons. Overall they tasted good and my girls ate them up!

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Kristy@The Wicked Noodle April 10, 2012

So good! Made these this morning. Doubled the recipe so I could freeze the rest and reheat them later. Noticed that it didn't specify if it was a teaspoon or tablespoon of oil, I used a teaspoon and it turned out great :D

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Stacey Dee February 26, 2012

so easy even a guy can make this!

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Kevin PA February 23, 2012

I was interested right away because of the name. I love eggs and I love this recipe! It's good and it's easy to follow. I would like more recipes like this, especially when they can be made larger and have leftovers. I'm not a good cook, but with good recipes I can hide that fact. Thanks for posting, I'd like more!

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Justtheworstcookever February 23, 2012

I rarely give a bad review but this was not very flavorful. I even used pepper jack cheese for added kick. I make a similar dish using Simply Potatoes, eggs etc, and it has more flavor. It is important to use all the potatoes in the tins, as mentioned, they will shrink down but they are easy to push back into place with the back of a spoon. The bottoms did not brown, even with additional pre-baking. They were very difficult to remove from the muffin pans. Be sure to coat generously with nonstick spray or oil. Oil amount is missing. Upon investigating I found many similar recipes use up to 5 Tablespoons. That may be too much. I used about 1.5 Tablespoons. Too much work and just not very good. They definitely need tweaking, IMO.

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Chicagoland Chef du Jour January 08, 2013

This was good. Took a while to make but if you have the time it's worth it. I wished the hash browns on the bottom would have gotten browner and cruncher. I actually liked them cold instead of hot. Made for Zaar Chef Alphabet Soup.

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Catnip46 May 21, 2012

Great recipe . . we thoroughly enjoyed! Cut the recipe in half (3 eggs) and made a couple substitutions. Used bacon bits I'd frozen and minced sweet peppers (skipped the frying step). Instead of milk used a couple tablespoons low fat cottage cheese, and a bit of parmesan with the cheddar!

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Galley Wench April 05, 2012
Eggs in a Nest