Kim's Baked Eggs

Image by Kim, the Foodie Tourist.

We love Kim at PinkTractor! She is always sharing amazing stories and delicious recipes. Today we are going to tell you about her recipe for baked eggs. We love eggs. We love scrambling or poaching them. We love them for breakfast and for dinner. And because of this, the recipe by Kim is definitely going to be a keeper!

Kim says, "This recipe is one of my all-time favorites because of its simplicity, versatility, and deliciousness (I don't even know if that's a real word). It's one of those that you can make for yourself ahead of time on weekends and enjoy for the week or you can dress it up for guests. It's a really easy recipe but you will need to practice in your own oven so you can get the baking time down - if you are one who freaks out about the doneness of an egg. Each time I've made these on-location, the time is inconsistent. These Baked Eggs with Canadian Bacon will make you look like a rock star!"

Sounds awesome to us! Here's what you need:

2 eggs

1/4 teaspoon soften butter

4 teaspoons heavy cream

1 teaspoon dried Herbs de Provence with lavender (or other dried herb)

1 teaspoon grated parmesan cheese

1 teaspoon grated cheddar (or other shredded cheese)

2 slices of Canadian bacon

2 english muffin halves


Head on over to the Foodie Tourist for the rest of the details!

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