Bacon-wrapped baked eggs

Bacon wrapped baked eggs HLH

I love talking about food with my friends.  Do they have a new favourite recipe?  What’s on the menu for dinner?  What are the kids snacking on?

I’ve found so many great new recipes and food ideas from conversations with my friends and this recipe is one of these.  I’m in a breakfast rut at the moment and a girlfriend suggested a quiche/frittata ensemble in the morning.  I remembered seeing a recipe for baked eggs in one of my recipe books recently and thought it was a good place to start.

Well, these were brilliant!  So easy to make and they tasted fantastic.  You can add whatever you like to suit your taste – I added some button mushroom and will include a little spinach and fetta next time too.  Great idea my friend!

Bacon wrapped baked eggs recipe

Bacon wrapped baked eggs prep HLH

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4 Responses to Bacon-wrapped baked eggs

  1. me again 10 January, 2014 at 11:11 pm #

    Lovely recipe but hard to read because the graphic is ridiculously too light with poor contrast, fire your web designer. Recipe impossible to copy and paste into my word processor for saving, as it appears to be a graphic image, so I typed it. Thanks.

  2. Victoria Olson 11 January, 2014 at 12:06 am #

    I’m in the USA, and even though I set my fairly new (3 years old, usually reliable) oven to the exact Fahrenheit equivalent (360), I found the timing given here to be very under-done if you desire a more ‘solidly cooked’ final product. I baked the bacon [by itself] in for 8 minutes, and cooked the eggs for a full 10 minutes. The yolks were still so raw and runny and wouldn’t set upon standing, so I had to remove them from the tin and microwave them for a minute. The bacon was just about cooked with my longer baking times, and I’ll cook it even longer next time, perhaps 10 minutes for that, 12 for the eggs.

  3. hellolittlehouse 12 February, 2014 at 3:30 pm #

    Thanks for your feedback Victoria – I’m not sure why that temp didn’t work for you. I hope you’ll make some adjustments & give it another try!

  4. hellolittlehouse 12 February, 2014 at 3:32 pm #

    Hi, there’s a ‘print this recipe’ link just below the last image that links through to a PDF with the recipe & image. No need to copy, paste or retype!