"Have you ever tried eggs on the grill by using a muffin pan? Just spray the pan and crack the eggs and put them on the grill. Try adding some chopped peppers and onions or anything to your liking. " — Jen
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Awesome for when you go camping & no mess & fuss!
We have made this Extravagant delicacy 10 times since we found the recipe' yesterday!!
It was very fun to grill eggs for breakfast at home. The eggs did not cook all the way on the top of our scrambled eggs so I had to flip them. I added a piece of cooked bacon on the top and some cheese to melt. Very good and fun.
What a great idea for tailgates. Just pack some english muffins, some cheese and some ham. You have excellent breakfast sandwiches to get you through those early morning pre-games.
Made these today. Kids thought they were good. Can't believe I never thought of making eggs on the grill. I added salt and pepper to each egg.
this works great when camping! to make clean up even easier we got disposable foil muffin pans, greased them well and tossed them in the recycling bin when done.
We will never go camping without our muffin tin again. These were great and versatile. Since the weather is warming up, we like to have breakfast outside on the weekends, and this is perfect! We can cook and eat outside. Thanks for a great idea!
Awesome idea..I cannot wait to go camping and make these for everyone..I have so many ideas with what to add to them..Thank you for posting this recipe!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Eggs on the Grill
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 89
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