"Whole grain bread cups stuffed with eggs, spinach and feta; quick, easy and delicious!" — Roman Meal®
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baby spinach leaves, chopped
feta cheese, crumbled
fresh oregano leaves, chopped
salt and pepper, to taste
I found this recipe searching by ingredients because all I had at home were eggs, spinach and feta. I used regular wheat bread, and also a few wheat tortillas that I also had lying around. I didn't have any oregano. I made eight of these for me and my fiance for breakfast. I think saying one cup is a serving is a little misleading. Three or four will fill you up. I really liked how light-tasting these were. I used about five whole eggs, and then two eggs with just the whites, to make the egg mixture a bit fluffier. Overall, these are great because they're light and very easy to make. I'm not judging the flavor too much because I didn't follow the recipe exactly. My boyfriend ended up adding hot sauce to his, probably because of the blandness, which is probably my fault, not the recipe's.
I made these this morning! The only real changes I made were adding mushrooms, cutting it down to two eggs and subbing in egg whites and a few extra spices. My neighbor raved over them! and so so easy to do! Thanks for such a great recipe!
Delicious "change of pace" for breakfast! I had fresh basil from the garden so I substituted that for the spinach. It worked out very well. I really liked the crispy "cup" and the soft, flavorful egg mixture inside. The egg cups looked as good as they tasted. I feel that most people will eat 2 egg cups (rather than 1) for a serving. Will be making again.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Whole Grain Florentine Egg Cups
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 59
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