Recipe by JOYCEJJ111
"All you need are the eggs and a cream sauce. This dish is great served over toast at breakfast for the day after Easter because it uses up some of your leftover eggs!"
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ground white pepper, if desired
salt and pepper to taste
this is something our family has every easter morning. my kids love it. the only thing i notice is the sauce may be too thin. double the butter and flour. my grandmother used to make this a lot but just use the egg whites and then grate the yolks over the top. i believe she called it "golden rod".
My husband gives this 5 stars - I give it 1. I can't stand this stuff but he loves it!
I have a similar recipe that has been in my family for years, the only thing different I add is 1/2 tsp. curry powder. It is wonderful served over toast.
Sauce was fantastic Joyce! I used the sauce to top poached eggs which I placed over a slice of toast with some spinach. we loved it!
My mom used to make this for me when I was a little girl. What a great cold weather breakfast! I'd cut back on the milk just a tad to bring out the flavor more.
I love it. My mom used to make me creamed egg for breakfast and it was a treat. Its a recipe passed on from my great grandma and I will pass it on to my two girls. Its a tried and true tradition that just warms your heart in the morning. If you like gravy and biscuits you will love creamed egg over toast or biscuits. Its just a basic white sauce with diced hard boiled egg. You can jazz it up to your own personal liking. I love this recipe and I highly recommend it.
I used to eat creamed eggs while in the Navy, so I tried the receipe and it was easy to make, it tasted great and was very filling. I love creamed eggs and this really it the spot. I think it was great for memorial day breakfast. It made me remember my Navy days.
Not as good as I've had it before, but it was a quick and easy breakfast. I can't have milk, so I used soymilk instead. I only had vanilla soymilk, and it turned out wonderful. Except, the sauce wasn't as thick as I'd like it to be. I don't know if that was because of the soymilk or the recipe.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/3 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 3
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 188
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