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Breakfast Recipes – Ham and Cheese Egg Cups

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Watch how to make baked eggs a muffin tin. Wrap slices of bacon around the edge of the muffin cups, fill it with an egg, and top with grated cheese. This ingenious egg dish is so fun and delicious, like bacon and egg cupcakes. Great for brunch, but easy enough to make any time.

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48 comments

  1. I thought it called for ham /W/ egg. Don't care for bacon, it's a fatty recipe. I rather use canadian bacon /W/ egg, less fat

  2. I think she said 4 to 5 minutes….

  3. Looks delicious and easy. I have a lot of leftover ham, I think I'll try it with that instead of bacon! Yumm

  4. cool. should put subtitles in Spanish !! HAVE TO TASTE SO GOOD

  5. The voice is like "I'm dead inside"

  6. What happened to the other narrator?

  7. i miss the other narrator..her voice fitted the vids more D:

  8. Ahhhh!!! wheres the former narrator, mannnnn??? Wtf!

  9. Did that bitch say "45 mins per side"???

  10. i dun like tis narrator she doesn't sound enthusiastic ew just ew!

  11. The former narrator is much better…… :((((( where is she?

  12. can you scramble the eggs first would it make a difference ? 😛 e.e

  13. Thank you for your question. Scrambling the eggs first and then baking will overcook them. We'd recommend following the recipe as written.

  14. did she say cook the bacon 45 min per side? lol

  15. Thanks for checking, Abigail. You want to cook bacon 4-5 minutes per side. Enjoy!

  16. I love it , can't wait 2 try it !!!!!!

  17. Sure can! How about Swiss or Mozzarella? Enjoy!

  18. Will the egg be fully cooked after baking it?

  19. @kimberleecliver she said 4 to 5 mins not 45 mins. Use your common sense pls

  20. For all of those saying that it is suppossed to be ham and not bacon. I hope you realize its the exact same animal, just different part of meat…

  21. You can always prebake your bacon in the oven. 350 for 6 to 8 mins should leave it still flexible. Keep an eye on it. I never make bacon on top of the stove anymore. It gets browned so much more evenly in the oven.

  22. I'm thinking about using this idea camping, will this work over an open flame?

  23. im going to try turkey bacon but overall this looks delicious !! Allrecipes has always been my favorite site to go to for recipes

  24. Can the eggs be scrambled before hand ..

  25. I had to listen to this twice. No way does it need to cook 45 MINUTES per side. Holy cow. Maybe a couple of minutes. Even on very low it would not need 45 minutes.

  26. I'm not talking about the baking part of the recipe.

    The video here says to cook the bacon in the skillet for 45min on each side. That cannot be possible.

  27. Did anyone else freak out when that cheese slice didn't land center?

  28. Easter is round the corner. Will try this then for the family.

  29. Been 3 years and I'm still looking for the Ham!! It says ham and cheese… I found the cheese I just can't find the ham. Damn.. I wanted some ham.

  30. 45 minutes per side on the bacon??

  31. holy shit bacon's already dead I think 45 mins per side might be overkill 😂😂

  32. cooking the bacon first isn't saving time it's making sure that the bacon is cooked so all you are timing is the eggs, if you do raw bacon, the egg will cook quicker and the bacon will not be cooked for long enough

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