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Baked Cheesy eggs...in a ham cup.

Man, talk about the easiest, cutest, and tastiest breakfast ever. Well, as long as you have ramekins sittin’ around. (In the famous words of Jordan, “I don’t know what the hell a ramekin is.”) This might be something you could do in a muffin tin, but I’ll have to get back to you on that later.

Right before stickin' 'em in the oven.

Up close and personal...Just ham, chives, cheese and an egg.

Out of the oven at about the 15 minute mark - Poke holes where there are bubbles, then feel free to go crazy and add more toppings! Please excuse the fact that as these were baking the ramekin got kinda crusty around the edges...Also: depending on the size of the ramekin, 2 eggs in 1 ham cup is possible.


Baked Eggs in Ham Cups

From So Delushious! 

  • Preheat the oven to 375
  • Spray a ramekin with non-stick spray
  • Line a ramekin with thinly sliced ham, make sure there are no gaps (you may have to use a few pieces of ham)
  • Put in fillings of your choice – we went basic for our first time, chives and cheddar.
  • Crack an egg on top, sprinkle with a little salt and pepper
  • Bake in the oven for 22-25 minutes. At about 15 minutes, pop/poke any bubbles with a fork…at this point you can also put some cheese on top (in Jordan’s case it was about 1 lb. of extra cheese)
  • Note: the eggs may look undercooked, but they definitely aren’t! We overcooked ours a little the first time, but they were still delish!