Fast and easy breakfast is better. Eggs are our go-to breakfast because they are an inexpensive and healthy protein source that can be cooked quickly. It doesn’t take long until we’re tired of the usual fried or itchy process.
Shared eggs are a new (and a kind of choice) spinach in breakfast eggs. If you haven’t heard of them, you’ll love this new take on classic staples!
What are shared eggs?
Shared eggs are an easy baked egg dish that is delicious for breakfast, brunch, lunch, and sometimes dinner. Traditionally, they are cooked in a dish made from a flat bottle called a sherr. It is now more commonly cooked in a variety of dishes, from ramekins to granite dishes, but the name remains.
Many people mistake shared eggs for a similar dish, egg n ‘cocotte, which is baked in an oyster that is kept in a water bath (also known as biennine). Who knew there were so many ways to make eggs!
How To Make The Perfect Shared Egg
This dish is incredibly easy, but at the same time very tasty. Here’s how it’s made:
- Butter ramekins.
- Whisk two eggs in each egg.
- Add cream, chives, spices, and parmesan.
- Make up
- Bake cheese and bake to melt.
that’s it! I told you it was easy.
They are almost always served in the dish in which they are cooked, which is why I like to use the remixes. If you do not have them, any dish that is safe from the oven and will work about 6 6 ounces… even a jar of small mason! However, I do recommend investing in some ramekins at any time. They are quite inexpensive and perfect for other dishes such as pina quota or mini quiche.
p.s. If you are thinking about the fat content in this recipe, our family does not refrain from healthy fat from pasture eggs and grass milk for these reasons.
The combination of shared eggs
Make this easy, but beautiful breakfast by baking eggs with cream, chives and cheese in the oven in the oven.
- 1 TBSP Butter (Soft)
- 2 Cup More Cream
- 8 Eggs
- 2 Spoon Salt
- 2 Spoon Black paper
- 2 TBSP Fresh chives (Minimized)
- 2 TBSP Parmesan cheese (grated)
- 2 Cup Wrap cheese (Truncated)
Preheat the oven to 350 ° F
Using your hands, lightly coat the inside parts of four 6-ounce ramekins with softened butter.
Whisk 2 eggs in each egg.
Add 2 tablespoons of heavy cream to each dish.
Sprinkle each with salt, pepper, chives, and parmesan cheese.
Bake in the preheated oven for about 12 minutes until the yolk is still soft, but set.
Add the cheddar cheese evenly to the pot and return to the oven until melted.
Let sit for a few minutes before serving.
Try adding a slice of ham to the bottom of the dish before adding the eggs!
Service: 1ramekin | Calories: 321kcal | Carbohydrates: 2Yes | Protein: 16Yes | Fat: 28Yes | Fats fat: 15Yes | Cholesterol: 392Magra | Sodium: 434Magra | Potassium: 158Magra | Sugar: 1Yes | Vitamin A: 1226IU | Vitamin C: 1Magra | Calcium: 200Magra | Iron: 2Magra
More egg use recipes
If you eat eggs as often as my family, you may enjoy some more egg-based recipe ideas:
- Broccoli Catch with Bacon – This crust is full of healthy vegetables, fats and antioxidants rich in quickey vegetables. It’s easy to build a school and put together enough to put you in school or work.
- Sous vide egg bites – I created this Starbucks copy cocktail recipe and love the results. These egg bites are delicious and since I made them at home, they are cheap and healthy.
- Breakfast Casserole – This non-versatile breakfast casserole is a great choice when you need to cook for a crowd. It’s easy to throw together and can be made even further.
- Easy Vegetarian Frutta – Egg dishes are easy to make and work over breakfast. This frittata is no exception. I love that kids can help make this dish too.
- Zucchini Fry – When I have extra zucchini in the garden, I like to make it. They are made from zucchini, eggs, and almond flour to make them a healthy breakfast (or anytime!) Meal.
- Make avocado breakfast – If you like avocado you will enjoy this easy breakfast. It’s a great choice for instant wins (equal to protein-rich foods other than eggs from avocado).
- Ham and egg cups – Another easy recipe, this one was made because I ran out of bacon! It turned out to be a hit and is now one of our regular snacks.
- Hugos Rancheros – I am from Texas, so when I had the chance to try this tax mix I jumped. Since my family no longer eats cereals, I have prepared a grain-free version that does not disappoint.
- Pizza Egg Bites – If you are looking for something that can be eaten at any time of the day, these pizza bites are for you. They have all the flavor of pizza but no grain.
- Grain-free pancakes and waffles. They make the list because they also use a lot of eggs.
Have you already shared eggs? What’s your easy recipe for breakfast?