Apr. 11, 2012 10:30 am
Updated: Jul. 3, 2012 8:06 pm
Round eggs! Yes, you could cut them with a cookie cutter. You could buy the fancy egg rings. But, it’s so much easier and cheaper to just use a canning jar ring. Who knew?! With the leftover ham from Easter,
and hubby starting work at 5 am (does that hour really suggest work?), I was racking the brain for something to make him for transportable breakfast.
Cheesy ham and egg biscuits like the McMassmanufacture! So I set out to make my own. I baked canned biscuits and set them out to cool. Then took a wide mouth canning jar ring and sprayed it with cooking spray on the inside of the ring.I put the
ring right side up into a nonstick pan and got them both hot on just a tad over medium heat. Cracked the egg and delicately dropped it into the ring. Used the tongs to center the yolk and let it cook until set well. I took the ring off carefully with the tongs.
I flipped the egg over to finish the top side and took it out to cool. Repeat with spraying the ring each time until you have as many as you want to make. Then I sliced the biscuits, topped with a slice of thick ham, placed a round egg on and topped with a
slice of cheese. I wrapped in parchment paper, then plastic wrap, and bagged to go in the freezer. They made my mouth water and I haven’t even gotten to eat one!
A couple of minutes in the microwave and instant breakfast for hubby! Next up is breakfast burritos with scrambled eggs, bacon, and cheese. Those can go in the freezer too.
Thanks for drooling!