Hello! and welcome to our site. We are a husband and wife duo who likes to make food and experiment with new recipes. We decided we needed to take love for food and share it with our friends. We hope you enjoy our twist on some of our favorite recipes.
February 9 - my brother and sister in law came to visit this weekend spur of the moment so I felt like I was scrambling(no pun intended) to find some breakfast goods. Luckily, I had some of this delicious bacon in the freezer so I put it in the fridge to thaw out the night before.
Because I didn't feel like scrambling eggs and we don't like egg bake, I decided to fry eggs for everyone. But, to serve fried eggs for 6 people is tough because of the timing. So i decided to make it easy and together with the bacon and eggs, they go into the oven.
I wrapped the bacon in my large muffin tin, 1 piece fit perfectly around the outside and one cut in thirds fit snugly in the bottom. I used roughly cut thick bacon so I actually put it in the oven at 350 first for about 8 minutes. Then took it out and cracked one egg into each cup. Back into the oven at 400 degrees for another 8 minutes or until the egg reaches your desired done ness. Voila! Super easy and super good. Little bit of salt, little bit of pepper and you have a great breakfast.
1 package Bacon - we used Cloverdale Roughcut Bacon. There will be leftovers, and we baked it up on a separate cookie sheet
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. In a large muffin tin, line the sides and bottom with bacon. In a hot oven, put the muffin tin with the bacon in the oven for about 10 minutes or until slightly cooked.
After 10 minutes, take out the pan of bacon. Crack an egg into each bacon lined cup. Top with salt and pepper. After putting all 6 eggs in their bacon cups, place back into the oven for about 10 minutes or until desired 'doneness' of yolk. Take out of oven and enjoy!