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Individual Egg Bakes

Individual Egg Bakes

"Don't sell this simple but delicious recipe short. It's been a hit with my friends and family for years. I plan to make a few extra each time because no one can seem to eat enough of them!"
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30 m servings
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Original recipe yields 8 servings

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  1. Partially cook bacon in microwave or oven until about halfway done (do not overcook); drain. Spray eight 10-oz. custard cups with nonstick cooking spray. Line each cup with one bacon strip. Spoon 2 tablespoons ketchup or salsa on top of bacon. Break one egg into each cup; season with salt and pepper. Place cups on a baking sheet. Bake, uncovered, at 375 degrees F for 18-20 minutes or until eggs reach desired doneness. Let stand 2 minutes. Run a knife around edge of cups; slip eggs out of cups onto a serving platter. Spoon sauce from the custard cups over eggs. Garnish with parsley if desired.

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There were a few raised eyebrows when I decided to use this recipe for Christmas breakfast, but it was a hit! Everybody thought it was excellent. I made these individual egg bakes in muffin tins...

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These weren't that big of a hit with my family. I think that they would be easier to eat if the bacon was cut into bite size pieces before putting in the cup. I used salsa. They were just "oka...

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There were a few raised eyebrows when I decided to use this recipe for Christmas breakfast, but it was a hit! Everybody thought it was excellent. I made these individual egg bakes in muffin tins...

This recipe can be changed to you heart's content. I sometimes put a slice of ham in the bottom of a ramikin, a scoop of salsa, the egg, a dash of milk and butter and sprinkle a little cheese o...

Delicious brunch idea! We tried it tonight and while the flavors were great, the eggs were way over cooked for my taste. I was looking forward to a creamy yolk breaking over the rest, but ende...

Followed the recipe exactly. I used salsa as well. We also sprinkled some shreeded cheese on top. FANTASTIC! The cool part about this is that you can make how ever many you want! Very easy and v...

This was huge hit for our Father's Day Brunch. I added a bit of mexican cheese on top of the salsa to jaz it up a bit, but everyone was asking for the recipe... I recommend it!!

Excellent. I used salsa and thick bacon.

In the words of my hubby 'this one's a keeper!' the one thing I will do different next time is cook them less. 18 mins. Got the eggs very done and we prefer ours over easy. Thanks for sharing!

My dad grew up in the 1920's and he had a very similar recipe. I've done the salsa thing, it's ok. But what I've to be really good, rim each cup with a partially cooked slice of bacon (but not...

so good! I used pace picante and thick center cut bacon for some and then for others I used itty-bitty hamburger patties and ketchup! the hamburger patties work the same way as the bacon. pre-c...

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