Cheesy Ham Cups

Cheesy Ham Cups

"These individual ham and cheese casseroles are a unique brunch entree that's easy to make, too."
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  1. Place each ham slice in a greased 10-oz. ramekin or custard cup. Sprinkle with onions and 1 cup cheese. In a bowl, beat eggs and yogurt until blended; pour into cups. Sprinkle with parsley and the remaining cheese.
  2. Bake, uncovered, at 350 degrees for 25-30 minutes or until a knife inserted near the center comes out clean. Serve immediately.

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I used greased muffin tins to make this. The yogurt I used was nonfat greek yogurt. I did add some fresh ground pepper to the egg mixture as well as a little Frank's Hot Sauce. Using a dry 1/3 c...

This is a really tasty, quick, & fun little breakfast or brunch recipe! I've made it twice now with leftover spiral-cut ham and we love it. I've also sub'd sour cream for the yogurt & it's delis...

Very easy to make and a well rounded addition to your meal, not to mention they are really cute. I used less cheese and added some garlic powder and pepper to the egg mixture. Yummy!

Nice, warm and filling.....just what I was looking for. I diced the ham and added it to the egg mixture. Would be very easy to change the taste by adding bacon or sausage. Made in a small cas...

This was very very good. The egg mixture is a bit bland though. I will definitely make it again but will look for something to bring the egg mixture to life. Perhaps a little melted butter. ...

I absolutely loved this. It's quick and easy and delicious... no substitutions were necessary for me.

These are great. Very fluffy eggs, like a souffle. I had to make substitutions just because of what I had available and it worked fine. Used Pancetta for the ham and regular onions instead of...

Fabulous! You could put anything in these. Next time I will cut up the ham though and just add it to the eggs.

The was excellent. Very tasty and easy to make!

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