Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Breakfast Egg Cups


I made these cute little Breakfast Egg Cups a few weeks ago and they were delicious.  I used puff pastry for the crust and it actually added that little extra richness in the recipe.  

Breakfast Egg Cups

Ingredients:

2 sheets puff pastry
6 eggs beaten
1 cup ham lunch meat chopped
1 cup grated cheddar cheese
1/4 cup heavy whipping cream
1/2 tsp salt
1/4 tsp pepper

Directions:

Preheat oven to 35o degrees and spray extra large muffin cups with nonstick cooking spray.  

I found this tip for a Stay Clean Muffin Pan from Linda at With A Blast and it worked great.


Roll out both of the puff pastry sheets.  

Cut into 2 squares per sheet.

Put puff pastry squares into 4 muffing cups and roll edges.



Beat the eggs.



Add the cream, salt, and pepper.  Mix well

Mix in the chopped ham.



Then add the grated cheddar cheese and mix well.



Pour egg mixture into the four puff pastry lined muffin cups.



Place in oven and bake for 20 to 25 minutes or until knife comes out of egg mixture clean.

Remove from oven and remove Breakfast Egg Cups from muffin pan immediately and serve.



Makes 4 Breakfast Egg Cups

I hope that you like these Egg Cups.  They are easy and delicious.  I always love hearing from you.  So send your comments.

Enjoy!!!
Debi

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25 comments:

  1. You amaze me Debi - these look absolutely amazing!!!
    What a great recipe to have on hand for a brunch buffet!
    Hugs,
    Suzan

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    1. Hi Suzan,
      Thanks. It came out so good, and it was so easy. It would be great on a brunch buffet. People would think you worked so hard on it.
      Have a great week.
      Debi

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  2. I like the look of these - easy to do and yet look "special". I may be trying these very soon and then have them for Christmas brunch. Thanks

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    1. Hi Kat,
      Thanks so much. They do look special, but it can be your secret about how easy they are. Have a great day and a wonderful Christmas.
      Debi

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  3. Hi Debi!
    So wondeful life your have here on your blog. Love that simple but very delicious looking dish! WL definitly bookmark your egg god :-) have a lovely day

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    1. Thanks so much for visiting, and I hope you like this recipe. Have great day.
      Debi

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  4. Hi, Debi, I pinned this recipe so that I can get back to it. It's going to be great! I know it! Thanks for sharing it.

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    1. Hi Linda,
      Thanks for pinning. I appreciate it. Thanks also for visiting.
      Debi

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    1. Hi Jenn,
      It tastes wonderful also, which is good.
      Have a great week.
      Debi

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  6. Hi, Debbie!
    This sounds YUMMY!!!! My husband works in a pastry factory and I actually have puff pastry at home!!! And cold meat... and cheddar cheese...
    I will cheer him up with your recipe for breakfast tomorrow!!!
    (he cut his hand today, so he needs some cheering up)
    Thanks for sharing!!!

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    1. Claudine,
      I hope your husband is okay. Thanks so much for coming by. I hope this helps cheer him up. I would be in big trouble if we has food from a pastry factory all of the time. I love pastries.
      Have a great week.
      Debi

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  7. Thank you for hosting the party. You have a lovely site!
    Blessings,
    Holly
    thesouthernhomemaker.com

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    1. Hi Holly,
      thanks so much for coming by and for sharing at this weeks party. Have a great week.
      Debi

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    1. Hi Rose,
      Thanks so much. They were so easy and came out so good. Thanks for stopping by also. Have a great week.
      Debi

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  9. AWESOME, I wonder how well these would freeze. I would love to be able to pull one out of the freezer and by the time I get to work, warm it up and have it for breakfast. I am going to have to give this a try. Thank you for sharing. mmmm mmmm good.

    ~ Lisa ~

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    1. Hi Lisa,
      Thanks so much. That is a wonderful idea to freeze them and then warm them up for breakfast. Someone else suggested for a Brunch buffet also.
      Thanks for visiting me, and I hope that you link at my Wednesday's Adorned From Above Blog Hop. This week it is on three blogs so we have a lot of people visiting and partying. It runs through Sunday.
      Have a great week.
      Debi

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  10. Oh wow...those look sooo good! What a great breakfast idea for company...and it looks easy too (that's important to me!!). Thanks again for sharing with us for Pearls and Lace Thursday!
    Blessings,
    Doni

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  11. Debi, these look yummy and fun. I have puff pastry in the freezer. May try them this weekend. Thanks for sharing with Share Your Cup.
    Hugs,
    Jann

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  12. I found you from The Dedicated House/Make it Pretty Monday. These egg cups look delicious and don't seem hard to make. I have added this to my Pinterest board so I don't forget to try these. This seems perfect for left-over Honey Baked Ham. Visit me in preparing for Christmas:
    http://www.thelostapron.com/2012/12/preparing-for-christmas.html

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  13. Thanks again for linking another cool recipe in our crafty showcase!

    Susie @Bowdabra

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  14. They look yummy and so easy when you have a large family like I do!

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