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    This makes eggs perfect for making egg sandwiches on English muffins. This was my first time making them so we just ate them as is, no sandwich. My 4 year old had seen them in a magazine and been demanding she help make them. Lol we added cooked bacon before baking but really anything could be added or nothing at all. I sprinkled the cheese over top, before removing from the oven.

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    Salt and ppepper
    oil or butter


    Spray your muffin pan with some non-stick cooking spray. Crack one egg into each well. Sprinkle the eggs with a little salt & pepper or whatever seasonings that you'd like. Bake in the oven at 350 for about 15-20 minutes. I cooked them for 20 and it was too long. Next time I will shoot for closer to 15 and get better idea on how long they need to go for.


    Store your cooked eggs in a tupperware container in the refrigerator for about a week. Use your judgement though. If they look/smell bad, I wouldn't eat them.
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    These are great! I've done this one before and i liked the way they turn out

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    Updating since I made more today. I cooked them for 17 minutes which was much better. Whites were cooked well and yolk had a little run to them. I think it all depends on the size of your muffin pan. I wish mine were slightly bigger so the egg would be a bigger flat circle to fill an English muffin. I also used a stick of butter, rubbed around the muffin cups rather than spray Pam which is much better! Not a huge fan of Pam honestly and on eggs it stands out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cali~jenn View Post
    This makes eggs perfect for making egg sandwiches on English muffins. This was my first time making them so we just ate them as is, no sandwich. My 4 year old had seen them in a magazine and been demanding she help make them. Lol we added cooked bacon before baking but really anything could be added or nothing at all. I sprinkled the cheese over top, before removing from the oven.

    ingredients:
    eggs
    Salt and ppepper
    oil or butter


    Spray your muffin pan with some non-stick cooking spray. Crack one egg into each well. Sprinkle the eggs with a little salt & pepper or whatever seasonings that you'd like. Bake in the oven at 350 for about 15-20 minutes. I cooked them for 20 and it was too long. Next time I will shoot for closer to 15 and get better idea on how long they need to go for.


    Store your cooked eggs in a tupperware container in the refrigerator for about a week. Use your judgement though. If they look/smell bad, I wouldn't eat them.
    What's that beside the egg? I will definitely try this one out. Will make Saturday morning breakfasts much simpler

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steph View Post
    What's that beside the egg? I will definitely try this one out. Will make Saturday morning breakfasts much simpler
    That is my tater tot hash browns that I made in the waffle iron.
    http://tastetestedrecipes.com/showth...on-hash-browns

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