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Shay14924058 Shay14924058 2 years
Great with a bit of blue vein cheese and cream ( pouring cream no more then two teaspoons) and to be extra healthy a bit of silver beet (spinach) maybe a bit of onion too! So excited to find this site thank you so much!!
Brittany2544855 Brittany2544855 4 years
Can't wait to make this for my family! :)
Stacey2517514 Stacey2517514 4 years
So simple to make too!
Stacey2517514 Stacey2517514 4 years
I made these shortly after this was posted back in 2010. Perfect for Breakfast our Brunch. Our favorite for Easter Brunch! My whole family loves them. I use Black Forest Ham in mine : )
Stacey2517514 Stacey2517514 4 years
I Made these shortly after it was posted in 2010. Perfect fir breakfast or brunch. Oit favorite for Easter Brunch! My whole family loves them!
bethb216 bethb216 5 years
It looks delicious, but my idea of a "quick" breakfast is a packet of instant oatmeal, LOL, 60 seconds and done. I think this would be perfect for a weekend brunch though.
fuzzles fuzzles 8 years
I think that everyone in Minneapolis was at Super Target in the last few days refreshing their ramekin supplies for this recipe! I had to settle for glass custard cups as they were all sold out! 'Bout to get my breakfast on! Thanks again, Yum! :)
4BYRDS 4BYRDS 8 years
I'm not a ham person but I really liked party's idea of trying it in a bread bowl or a little bicuit might be great.
haze1nut haze1nut 8 years
wow! this looks absolutely lovely low carb too! lol
pjirick pjirick 8 years
I used a muffin tin, and made these this morning - they were really good! I'm going to try some variations too next time, instead of tomatoes maybe some spinach, yum!
Catipa Catipa 8 years
I can't wait to try this. What a great idea that looks easy to make. Thanks!
minnie minnie 8 years
Great Idea, I can't wait to try it!
LaLaLaurie06 LaLaLaurie06 8 years
I would have never thought to do this! Now I just need a ramekin.
sushiii sushiii 8 years
I just made this a couple of minutes ago and it was soo delicious. The photos looked so tempting and I couldn't wait till the next morning to make it. It's 12 AM, but who cares? Haha. Thanks again for the recipe.
fuzzles fuzzles 8 years
Yum, shoulda said that it was an extra large egg! Ooops!
fuzzles fuzzles 8 years
Yum, Just made the dish very simply with the ham, milk, egg, freshly ground pepper and butter instead of olive oil. It was WUNNERFUL! Since I used butter, I lowered the temp to 325 degrees....it took about 25-30 minutes for a semi-firm yolk. About the perfect amount of time for me to get in and out of the shower and get the hairs did for the day. This recipe is like a canvas. Very inspiring! Many thanks!
sushiii sushiii 8 years
Wow, that looks DELICIOUS! Great experiment and it turned out looking great too. I love making dishes where the recipe isn't that complicated or time-consuming. Thank you for the recipe Yum. For sure I'll be making this dish quite often before I go to school in the morning ;).
kiddylnd kiddylnd 8 years
I just made one. It was terrific! I did it super simple and just did the ham, egg, salt & pepper. This will definitely be made again and again. I love every one's variations too!
Morgaine29 Morgaine29 8 years
Yummy! I would make it now, if I weren't reading this over breakfast. :)
guinnevere guinnevere 8 years
this is great for those of us watching our gluten/carbs!
Segat1 Segat1 8 years
What's to do is to make some crostinis to go on the bottom of the ham "cup". Cuta circle out of some wholeseed bread teh same size as the muffin dish, spray lightly with olive oil and then saute them gently in a frypan, until they look like a crouton, kinda toasted. Pop that at the bottom of the ham cup (I like to use procuitto) and then add cheese, sauted peppers, beaten egg, know of butter and seasoning and then cook slowly. They're a great idea for a quick breakfast and for when you have guests for brunch - have some salad or fresh fruit on the side. Yum.
Marci Marci 8 years
Num! Now I'm hungry! This is something I'd like to serve to guests at a brunch or lunch. I'm going to try it. Thanks for posting it. :)
aimeeb aimeeb 8 years
Nifty!!!
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