Thursday, August 30, 2012

Quick Egg Sandwich for Breakfast Repost

I found another fabulous recipe on Pinterest from Amy's Kitchen Creations I'd like to share with you today!  I am definitely one who runs out the door with dry cereal/nuts/craisins in a sandwich bag for breakfast.  I am definitely going to start making these!!!

Thanks Amy and Pinterest!!!

Following is a Repost from Amy's Kitchen Creations:
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I saw this floating around on Pinterest awhile back and finally decided that I needed to make some eggs for quick and easy breakfast sandwiches.  I definitely need to eat breakfast in the mornings and I need something substantial.  I can't just have a yogurt or apple or something, I'd be hungry a half hour after eating it!

This is the perfect solution.  The eggs are ready to go each morning and I just need to grab an english muffin, a slice of cheese and I'm out the door.  I usually eat at work so I bring all of my supplies to work and am able to make a hearty, tasty breakfast at work!

As you can see, I put some spinach in a few of the egg wells. It was a little tricky getting the spinach to stay under the egg, so that it would cook IN the egg and not float to the top.  It took a little maneuvering with a fork but it all worked!

Spray your muffin pan with some non-stick cooking spray. Crack one egg into each well.  Sprinkle the eggs with a little salt & pepper or whatever seasonings that you'd like.  Bake in the oven at 350 for about 15 minutes.  You could cook them for a bit less if you wanted a runny yolk.  However, I wanted to be sure that the eggs were fully cooked.

Store your cooked eggs in a tupperware container in the refrigerator for about a week.  Use your judgement though.  If they look/smell bad, I wouldn't eat them. I made a dozen of these, so that lasted my Husband and I only 6 days, which was perfect for our work week.


Isn't this the greatest idea?  I soooo love it!  I hope you try it out sometime :D

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11 comments:

natashka said...

ОТЛИЧНАЯ ИДЕЯ!!!

Divinity said...

yes these do look yummy!!!! great idea! :)

Loz ♥ said...

OH! Best idea ever! thanks for sharing with us Lori! I am def going to have to give this a go :)

I'm here to check out some of those challenge blogs you've linked up... going to take me a while :) thanks so much for visiting my blog and for all your lovely comments xx

Queenie Jeannie said...

I really like this idea! My daughter might actually eat these and then she can have a nice, hot breakfast that I don't really have to cook so early in the morning. YOU ROCK!!

Chiara said...

Oh! Great idea!

Shannon White said...

Ooh! What Yummy Breakfast treats!! Gonna have to give these a try! Like the addition of the spinach! Don' ya just LOVE Pinterest! So Addictive but love al the Fabulous posts! 8-) Thannks so much for your Sweet Comment on my Blog, It sure made my day! 8-)

Hugs
Shannon

Angela said...

Yum! What a great idea! I'm making these! xoAngela

laughadaisy said...

This is fantastic! Can't believe I've never thought of something like this, but what a great idea. I'm going to have to try this for my Hubby who loves home cooking.

Thanks! ;-)

Mrs. Miles said...

Hi Lori,


Wonderful cooking idea.

Your watercolor is wonderful, I am partial to watercolor. The card is so sweet!

Thanks for sharing.

Blessings,
Barb


Leanne said...

Thanks for sharing. Must try this out.

Beate said...

What an awesome idea! I will have to try that! Thank you!
Hugs and smiles

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