I got these crème brulee dishes not because I wanted to make crème brulee (I don’t have the torch) but because I thought it would be nice to make individual tarts or quiches. Yesterday, I discovered that it would be groovy to use them in baked eggs as well (Yay! these individual dishes aren’t as limited as you think). I served it in the dish but it would be just as presentable sans dish, if you grease them prior to baking.
- 4 eggs
- 1 slice of turkey bacon, chopped
- 1 teaspoon of minced fresh chives
- 2 tablespoons of shredded pepper jack cheese
- salt and pepper to season
Preheat the oven to 375 degrees F. Grease two 7-ounce individual tart or quiche dish.
Divide the turkey bacon and add them into the two dishes. Crack two eggs into each dish. Season with salt and pepper. Add 1 tablespoon of cheese into each dish and garnish 1/2 teaspoon of chives into each dish.
Bake for 17-19 minutes until the eggs set. Let it sit for about 5 minutes before serving.
13 thoughts on “Baked Eggs with Turkey Bacon and Chives”
I love the presentation, it looks so delicious! 🙂
Thanks Azura! 🙂
Those baked eggs look delicious. It’s something I’ve never bothered to bake. Really must, as nights are so much cooler. You don’t need a torch for crème brulee, btw. Brulee irons, if you can find them, are much better to use.
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Hi! And thanks. These eggs are a cinch to make, not to mention healthier too, than frying. Thanks for the tip –I will be on a look out for the brulee irons.
Yum! I love the presentation as well 🙂
I love baked eggs – I’ve never met anyone else who makes them ! What a treat to see them so well featured on your blog. Cheers !
Why thank you! That’s very kind of you to say! -Anne
This is a great twist on eggs for breakfast, I need to give this a try!
Thanks Pamela! Hope you enjoyed your 4th! 🙂
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This is a must try, Anne! The yolks look perfect. Are they still a little running after baking them? I used to dispose runny egg yolks but ow I just love them!
Pinning this one. Have a great day!
Thanks Julie! 🙂 Yes, they are still a little runny, not a lot. I find that 17-18 is perfect for me as I like mine more on the runny side. Thanks so much for the pin! 🙂 Happy Friday!