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Excellent - I used canadian bacon, tasted GREAT. I do have a warning: "WIDER is better!!!" (I had a slight problem -- made it with 5-eggs, but the dish was a bit too deep & it didn't cook evenly -- works great with wider, shallower pan!) Thanks!

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lakeout February 18, 2010

Wow, this was REALLY good! I used a shallow, square 1.75 cup corningware casserole dish with 2 eggs/half & half and crumbled bacon. Baked about 23 minutes, in hindsight I could have gone with 20 min. and just let it set a little out of the oven. I'm eating low carb and am always looking for new breakfast ideas. I really didn't think this would be that much different. I was wrong. Rich and tasty. I'm going to try making it with spinach and Yarlsberg swiss for a change from cheddar. Thanks, Debber!

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MacLee January 11, 2013

Very good eggs. I did find them to be overcooked at 25 min, so will try next time for 20 min and let them set for a few minutes after removing from the oven. I substituted Canadian bacon and also served the eggs on toasted and buttered English muffin halves.

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LainieBug June 15, 2013

Thank you for this simple but yummy recipe. We did as others have and pre cooked the bacon, but broke it up a little and scattered across the top. Eggs were a tad overcooked but only because I left the temperature too high from baking the bacon. Will have to try to remember to reduce the heat next time.

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The Normans July 25, 2012

Wow! Very delicious. Next time I will add some fresh spinach for a little veggie. Very happy with this meal. Thanks!

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LexiRox March 13, 2011

I first had baked eggs at a swedish restaurant in NYC (AQ cafe)-- my parents & I fell in love with them. I made this with 1% milk and it was still incredibly rich and creamy-- Exactly the same as the NYC restaurant. This is now a regular on our menu. Thanks so much for sharing. (check out AQ Cafe's menu for more ideas on what to put in here-- like Gouda & Ham. yum!)

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the3carrells March 09, 2010

A very easy breakfast dish and a different preparation for me. I made in ramekins with 2 eggs each, and pre-cooked bacon. The egg texture was sort of coddled and tasted quite rich. My husband and I liked this; the kids weren't too sure. Definitely worth a try if you are looking for something different. Thanks.

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ratherbeswimmin' July 26, 2009

Nice breakfast for a cool Wisconsin morning. I made this with fried mashed potatoes and toast. My wife finished before I did!

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cgmonster June 07, 2009

We all thought these were delicious & they were easy enough for my kid to prepare. We cooked these in pie pans. Thanks for sharing.

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*****Sandy November 18, 2008

I made these for breakfast this morning and they went over well with my son who is 5. I didn't use the bacon. Instead I topped with salsa and sour cream before eating for a Mexican flair to the mornings eggs. Very delicious and easy to throw together. Thanks for sharing!

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