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I am diabetic so I have to eat breakfast, but in the mornings I never feel like cooking. This morning I decided to try this and let me tell you I am hooked! This took just a few minutes and I had breakfast! Tasted so good. I will be making this often. Thanks Trisha !

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chowe_392 February 02, 2009

Wow! What can I add? I love poached eggs but I'm the only one in my house who does, so this was perfect for me. My microwave is super powerful, so I only needed 40 seconds on 60%. Breakfast in under a minute! White was done, yolk was semi-set but still a bit liquidy in the center and my toast did not get soggy! Thanks soooo much for posting this. NOTE: I wanted to add that the type of plate you use could change your cooking time. I used a stoneware plate last time I made these. That type of plate apparently sucks all the heat in instead of letting it cook the food. I was doing 2 eggs and they took almost 4 minutes, but the plate was so hot I couldn't pick it up. I'll never use this method with stoneware again!

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Karen=^..^= January 29, 2009

Thanks for this healthy easy breakfast! It's gonna make getting the family off a lot quicker and not much mess!

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recipesrmypassion November 22, 2008

This worked great! I tried Microwave poaching in water yesterday, and I much prefer this! Very simple, and easier to watch. Takes some of the guess work out of when it's done properly. Thanks for posting!

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Nikoma October 22, 2008

Very Good!

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FriskyKitty September 05, 2008

I really liked the ease of this. I found my bread was a little tough, but that is made up for with the convenience of not washing pans! I don't eat breakfast most days but now that I am pregnant, I am looking for easy things I can do while at work. This will be done at work a lot! Thanks for posting.

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Michelle Figueroa June 28, 2008

Very easy, and tasty too. I was in the mood to poach an egg, but didn't really feel like dealing with the water etc! I tried this and it was so simple. The egg in my microwave was done between 30 and 45 seconds. Any more than that and I had a cooked egg that would be perfect for homemade McMuffins. So even if I went over it was a win/win situation. Will keep making eggs like this over and over. Thanks for sharing!

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kellyandie June 11, 2008

Yum! Quick, easy, and delicious. Don't use english muffins, though, as they're too small to hold all the egg on top. I can't wait to try this with homemade bread!

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shhthisisjanelle April 13, 2008

This recipe was great! I needed something easy to make this morning and with limited ingredients. It was so easy and tasted really good. Thanks!

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tomsawyer February 16, 2008

Eggcellent! Oh, I couldn't resist a little cheesiness! I've made this a few times and this has now made it into my fast-food breakfast days...days when I haven't prepared hot cereal, but still want something healthy. Super quick, tasty, and I mic it for 45 secs on High and it comes out perfect! Thanks Trisha!

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Mrs.R February 10, 2008
Microwave Poached Egg on Toast