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Lite'n it Up Group Feature: Baked Eggs in Tomato

Lite'n it Up Group Feature: Baked Eggs in Tomato

Sick and tired of the old scrambled eggs routine? I sure am. User NdHerbert has been posting some really tasty recipes to the Lite'n it Up, Healthy Recipe Group and I am really loving this easy and healthy breakfast idea.

"I have been eating a lot of scrambled eggs (1 whole, 1 white) lately for breakfast, with sliced tomatoes. Since going Vegetarian, eggs are a prime source of protein for me.

This morning I did something a little different. I cut the top of a tomato off and scraped out the insides. I put some salt and pepper in the tomato and cracked an egg inside. I put a little salt and pepper on top with a few pieces of goat cheese. I baked for about 15 minutes in a 425 degree oven and it was done!

Baked eggs taste different than scrambled or pan fried, plus the presentation is so pretty. The tomatoes turn so red, the egg is white, and with a little sprig of parsley you have a pretty, easy, and healthy breakfast."

Yum -- I can't wait to try this! Be sure to share your fabulous healthy recipe ideas in the group and if you're looking for ideas, there are a ton of great recipes in there already.

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KadBunny KadBunny 8 years
It's so yummy! But like the other girls it took a bit longer for me too, but I don't think we know what the actual outcome is supposed to look like anyway. Is it supposed to be soupy or a bit like jello?
ngocapella ngocapella 8 years
I baked this in a ramekin at 425 degrees, but it took closer to half an hour to cook. Think it was the ramekin, or is anyone else finding it takes longer to bake fully?
beckyiva beckyiva 8 years
I made this last night and brought it to work for lunch today...SO delicious!!!!
mizz_jennii mizz_jennii 8 years
ooooooooooo.....that looks yummy!! :)
Rigatoni Rigatoni 8 years
um...calorie counts for a scooped out tomato??? First of all, it's next to nothing, tomatoes are mostly water, idk why you'd worry so much about it! (and this is coming from a fellow calorie-counter) Second of all, why don't you just find the calorie count for a tomato and divide it in half or something? it might be too big, but it'll be close I guess.
Rigatoni Rigatoni 8 years
um...calorie counts for a scooped out tomato??? First of all, it's next to nothing, tomatoes are mostly water, idk why you'd worry so much about it! (and this is coming from a fellow calorie-counter)Second of all, why don't you just find the calorie count for a tomato and divide it in half or something? it might be too big, but it'll be close I guess.
kimbit kimbit 8 years
I am going to have this for lunch! Yum! I am growing basil and arugula on my deck in containers, so I am going to use them in this as well.
dubyah dubyah 8 years
What is the calorie count for a scoooped out tomato?
Rigatoni Rigatoni 8 years
okay i tried it! except i added cumin, red pepper and diced onion. i also used an egg beater serving instead of a real egg, which might be why mine took so long to cook- the oven was at 425, but it took almost an hour for the egg beater to cook!!! any suggestions as to why this would have happened??
Rigatoni Rigatoni 8 years
okay i tried it! except i added cumin, red pepper and diced onion. i also used an egg beater serving instead of a real egg, which might be why mine took so long to cook- the oven was at 425, but it took almost an hour for the egg beater to cook!!! any suggestions as to why this would have happened??
courtneysage courtneysage 8 years
sounds yum. i eat egg whites almost daily so this is a great way to mix it up.
TidalWave23 TidalWave23 8 years
Thanks kiddylnd - I'll definitely try it!! Sounds mmm mmm good :drool:
kiddylnd kiddylnd 8 years
Tidalwave - just make it sans egg. I did last night and it was super good! I did a salt & pepper sprinkle inside the 'mater before I added the cheese. I also put in basil.
spacebear spacebear 8 years
looks sooooo goood
spacebear spacebear 8 years
looks sooooo goood
Sai-style Sai-style 8 years
this sounds awesome, i've got to try it...
NdHebert NdHebert 8 years
Thanks yall!
NdHebert NdHebert 8 years
Thanks yall!
CestLaVie CestLaVie 8 years
Looks amazing!
CestLaVie CestLaVie 8 years
Looks amazing!
TidalWave23 TidalWave23 8 years
This looked yummy until I realized I was looking at an egg in a tomato...Not a fan of eggs at all :sick: I like tomatoes however :)
Moody Moody 8 years
I love this, what a great idea.
Feesje Feesje 8 years
Vegetarians just don't eat meat. Vegans don't eat any animal product: no meat, eggs, dairy,...
Schaianne Schaianne 8 years
Sounds wonderful! Umm, don't shoot me, but, is this truly a vegetarian dish? I thought veggies didn't eat stuff like eggs?
c0rkie c0rkie 8 years
oh my goodness! i should try this
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