This recipe for Baked Eggs is a pleasure for any morning, and you can add in whichever garnishes your taste buds desire! Tasty, filling, and nutritious, baked eggs are one of the best complete breakfasts you could ask for.
Why you will LOVE This Recipe
- For me, eggs are a real gold mine — they taste delicious in any form, and they’re rich in protein and low in carbohydrates and fats. That makes them pretty much the perfect meal!
- Whip up hard-boiled eggs for breakfast or a quick snack (either in your microwave or your air fryer), pack a Healthy Egg Salad Grilled Cheese Sandwich for lunch, bring a Deviled Egg Pasta Salad to your neighborhood potluck, and cook some delicious Zucchini Noodles With Pesto Fried Eggs for dinner.
- Simply follow this recipe for Baked Eggs that I’m about to show you, and you have a breakfast that will not only nourish your body but keep you full and satisfied until lunch!
- red onions
- salt and pepper
- olive oil
- chilli pepper
- turn on the oven to 160°C (320°F) and allow it to preheat. While the oven is heating, pull out your muffin tin and spray with a non-stick cooking spray.
- Finely chop the red onion, garlic, basil leaves, or any other ingredients you’d like to add.
- Crack an egg into each prepared muffin tin — the total number will depend on how many people you’re cooking for! If you’d like to make only one or two baked eggs, you can also use an oven-safe ramekin or other small oven-safe dish.
- Sprinkles your chopped ingredients on top of each egg, and add salt and pepper.
- Square the muffin tin or ramekin in the oven and chef for 10 to 12 minutes. You’ll want the eggs to be fully cooked but still soft.
- Once the egg is cooked, remove from the muffin tin or ramekin, square it on a plate, and add on any additional garnishes that you wish!
It is SO easy to pick different toppings for this recipe. You can for example use cheddar, Swiss or even parmesan cheese. In terms of protein, I like adding salmon flakes, air fryer bacon or chorizo. and for vegetables, my favorite are grilled peppers, roasted eggplant or sweet potatoes.
Due to their high nutritional value, eggs are an excellent, easy addition to a balanced diet. They’re rich in protein, low in carbohydrates and fats, and an overall great source of nutrients. They can be cooked in many different forms, so they can be customized for any meal and are a wonderful and tasty way to fuel your body throughout the day!
In the oven, eggs will take about 10 minutes to cook but it can vary depending on the dish you are using. You can cook them longer if you don’t want your egg yolks to be too runny. It’s one way to make a quick, easy, and nutritious meal.
This is where you can get creative — if you’re not a fan of the red onion, garlic, or basil leaves, try out any of the other optional ingredients listed above (or dream up your own).
How To Store Baked Eggs
You can definitely store baked eggs as long as you keep them refrigerated. The eggs will last in the fridge for up to five days. Whenever you are ready to consume pop them back in the oven at 350°F for about 10-15 minutes and they should be ready to eat. Just be aware, as a result of reheating, the texture of the egg may change.
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Prep: 5 minutes
Cook: 12 minutes
- 2 eggs
- red onions
- salt and pepper
Turn on the oven to 160°C (320°F) and allow it to preheat.
While the oven is heating, pull out your muffin tin and spray with a non-stick cooking spray.
Finely chop the red onion, garlic, basil leaves, or any other ingredients you’d like to add.
Crack an egg into each prepared muffin tin — the total number will depend on how many people you’re cooking for! If you’d like to make only one or two baked eggs, you can also use an oven-safe ramekin or other small oven-safe dish.
Once the egg is cooked, remove from the muffin tin or ramekin, place it on a plate, and add on any additional garnishes that you wish!
Tips & Notes:
In the oven, eggs will take about ten minutes to cook. It’s a super simple way to make a quick, easy, and nutritious meal!
Serving: 2g calories: 126calories (6%) Carbohydrates: 1g protein: 11g (22%) Fat: 8g (12%) Saturated Fat: 3g (19%) Polyunsaturated Fat: 2g Monounsaturated Fat: 3g Trans Fat: 0.03g Cholesterol: 327mg (109%) Sodium: 125mg (5%) Potassium: 121mg (3%) Sugar: 0.3g Vitamin A: 475UI (10%) Calcium: 49mg (5%) Iron: 2mg (11%)
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