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By the way, canning tongs work great for getting the ramekins out of the hot water.
Wonderful. This recipe is an easy way to dress up regular eggs. The directions are perfect. I will save this recipe to make these eggs often. Thank you!
I had 2 of these delicious eggs with some buttered wholemeal/wholegrain toast as my mothers day breakfast and really enjoyed. We only used 1 teaspoon of cream on each and a very light sprinkle of grated cheese (a little over 1/2 tablespoon) and baked at 170C fan forced for 10 minutes for perfectly cooked egg white and lovely runny yolks. Thank you PinkCerryBlossom and Mikekey for his recommendation, made for I Recommend Tag Game.
Yummy, thanks for sharing. I liked using the ramekins. I actually have some egg coddlers I got from my mother-in-law, they're wonderful. I haven't seen any in stores but you can find some online at amazon or ebay.
Topped mine with a little extra cheese & freshly ground pepper after plating. Made for the Easter Egg Hunt.
This was a really easy "special" treat for breakfast! I used fat-free half and half also, and reduced fat cheddar. Thanks for posting this!
This was a wonderful supper with a light green salad. Couldn't be easier and using fat free half-and-half reduced the fat. Didn't need the butter on the toast. The cheese made the dish rich enough to not miss it.
This was good. I had seen eggs that looked like this, but this is the first time I made my own. It does make for a nice little breakfast with toast. I would definetly have this again.