Total Time
Prep 15 mins
Cook 15 mins

This is a really easy recipe, it gets ready in a few minutes. I usually don't like eggs, but this way I can eat them and!! it's really filling so you can eat one and have a settlement ready for a next light dish.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Preheat the oven at 150°C.
  2. Grease 4 souffle pots with the butter.
  3. Put in each pot 1 and a half spoons of cream.
  4. Add half of the ham stripes and chives on each pot.
  5. Salt and Pepper.
  6. Break an egg into each pot.
  7. Top off with the rest of the ham and chives and cover with the cheese.
  8. Set the pots on a baking plate and in the oven for 15 minutes or until the cheese seems melted and crispy.
  9. Set the pot onto little plates and serve with some bread.
  10. TIP: you can replace the ham with salmon or grey shrimp.


Most Helpful

This was the best. All my kids devoured it and begged me to make more. I made some changes because of what I had on hand. I used a round, glass pie dish sprayed with Pam. I used deli sliced chicken instead of the ham and mozzarella cheese. And I left out the pepper, the girls wont eat it. I baked it at 400 F for 15 minutes and then broiled it for 2 minutes. It came out perfect. I served it with toast and O.J. I can't wait to make this again, next time I will try to use ham, but I will also add some veggies. Spinach and onions sound good, so does garlic and mushrooms. So simple and a great change from cereal.

Mother of Many December 21, 2007

Delicious! And truly easy to make. I did make it two eggs to a small casserole dish, and used canadian bacon since that is what I had on hand. The temperature converter on the web that I used equates 150C to 300F; perhaps that is inaccurate. In any case, the eggs weren't done in 15 minutes and the cheese was not browning at all. So I put it under the broiler for a couple of minutes and it became perfect. I am really glad I decided to make this. I certainly shall again!

BarbryT September 22, 2007

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