Thursday, January 21, 2010

Baked Eggs - Yummy, Yummy!!

I had forgotten about these little beauties until a few weeks ago. Not sure how I have gone so long without them as they are so delicious and super, super easy. They even passed the Oompa Loompa taste test with flying colours!!

All you need are eggs, cream, cheese, a bit of butter and some other filling of your choice, (e.g. bacon, ham, turkey, salami, spinach, mushrooms etc). Oh and you do need little ramekins, although I suppose you could do a super large one in a pie dish. I have never tried but I guess it would work.

So you get your ramekin, put your filling in the bottom, (I used ham). You then break the egg on top, pour over a little cream, sprinkle a little cheese and put a small knob of butter on top. Shove them in the oven (425 f) for about ten minutes. The yolks should be runny, mine weren't, they were a little overdone but they were still delicious. Serve with toast, essential for dipping in!! Enjoy.

I also thought I would share a few more of my digi layouts. These are the ones I did yesterday after completing lesson 3 of my course. Can't wait to see what lesson 4 has in store for me.

Have a happy Thursday. xx


  1. more fab layouts and I am for sure trying your egg recipe with some mushrooms!!!

  2. Are you taking Jessica Sprauge (sp?) lessons or if not, what lessons are you taking if I could ask? you are doing AWESOME after 3 lessons! I'd love to be able to do something like that!

  3. YUM!!! Gonna try those for sure, too bad I don't have those darling little egg dishes of yours but my ramekins should do nicely.

    The layouts are beautiful Tara, I do love the rounded text and the text over photo options that look so divine on digi-layouts~

  4. Sounds like a really YUMMY recipe!
    Your layouts are just GORGEOUS! I'm jealous at how fantastic they look!
    Keep up the great work

  5. Thank you so much for all your kind comments, I am so pleased that you are liking the layouts. It is a lot of fun.

    Carrie, hasn't that baby popped out yet?? Yes it is the Jessica Sprague 'Up and Running' course. I thoroughly recommend it, she makes things idiot proof, that's what I need!!!