Friday, February 19, 2010

Ham and Egg Bake

Recently I was in the middle of the week with little groceries to speak of and even scarcer time. Then I remembered the Heavenly Baked Ham in the freezer left from the holidays. With a dozen eggs and about eight potatoes for hashbrowns, I was able to throw together this meal which received rave reviews. If they only knew.

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 12-14 minutes
Serves: 6-12
Cost: Approx. $3.00

1 dozen eggs ($.88)
12 slices of ham or deli meat ($2.00)
cooking spray

Spray the bottom of a muffin tin. Line each cup with a piece of meat. Carefully crack an egg into the cup. Bake at 400 degrees for 12-14 minutes depending on how well cooked you prefer the yolk.

You can find this recipe along with may others at The Grocery Cart Challenge's Recipe Swap.


SnoWhite said...

that's so easy and such a different breakfast idea -- thank you!

Shawn said...

Our family has been making these for years. My Grandmother called them shirred eggs. It is always a favorite on Christmas morning. We use bacon in ours. A tip for faster clean-up use muffin papers (the aluminum ones work the best) or better yet use the throw away muffin tins. Yummmm