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|Calories240Calories from Fat140|
|% DAILY VALUE|
|Calories from Fat140|
|% DAILY VALUE|
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Alyse Cook 4 days ago
Great recipe!! I had to cook a while longer added green onion for taste ... small batch to try out recipe
April 22 days ago
These were so easy to make and were a hit!!
Hank Hill 2 months ago
First time I put the raw eggs into the cups and cooked 10 minutes. Since I’m putting them in the fridge, I wanted them to be a little underdone so I did 10 minutes and they were cooked through and didn’t get chewy when reheated. Needs a kick though. Second batch I made with egg beaters to cut the cholesterol and calories. Added some diced jalapeño.
Bonnie 2 months ago
I used a jumbo muffin pan and baked it in a toaster oven. Due to smaller size, I cut cooking time by 1/3. Puffed up and browned nicely. I plan to add green chilies next time.
Taye 2 months ago
Good for the children during the week will cook again
madden 3 months ago
wonderful taste amd fillls you up
Matthew Beekman 3 months ago
Just make sure to slightly undercook the scrambled eggs as they continue to cook in the oven. Awesome dish!!!
Andrea De Jager 3 months ago
Quick and very easy to make!
Hey Monique 4 months ago
Absolutely love them, I just cracked the egg straight into the ham (so I didn’t scramble them) they needed 25mins in the oven but I turned the heat up to 200 degrees Celsius for the last 10 mins👍🏻💗
Marlene C. 4 months ago
these are so good. all 4 of my kids loved them. we froze the left overs and my daughter makes one every am for breakfast
Vance Goodman 4 months ago
Its easy and quick. However I did not scramble and pre-cook my eggs. I just cracked them upon in the ham. this took me about 17 minutes for it to cook. If you were to do the same, 16-20 minutes should suffice. I'd say 16-18 minutes is perfect. 16 if ypu want it a little runny, 18 of you don't, 17 if you want it in the middle.
Heoneia Anufriev 4 months ago
Yummy! Sooo easy to make and can’t wait to make it again!
Amanda Lopez 4 months ago
So good! Will definitely make again!
Shane 5 months ago
great, simple, tastes good
Vero 5 months ago
Easy, super fast and delicious recipe
Barrons 5 months ago
I didn't cook the eggs all the way before I put them in the cups and stuck them in the oven so that they wouldn't dry out as they baked. I also made this with turkey breast deli meat and turkey bacon mixed in to the eggs. I didn't have cheese but they still turned out really tasty! Highly recommend.
Ikelos 5 months ago
Turned great, recommend.
Kristen 6 months ago
Needs some jazzing up!
René Hitz 6 months ago
My client LOVES these—15 stars. Quick, easy, tasty.
Arlinda 7 months ago
Your ham and egg cup sounds great now to eat it on the go add a toasted English muffin.
Sue 8 months ago
It was easy to make and tasted good. Next time I may try not scrambling the eggs.
Toni Federico 9 months ago
Very good. I did put ketchup on it.
Jennifer Semmler 10 months ago
Pretty good, going to experiment with different toppings to try to jazz them up a bit.
Michelle 10 months ago
Easy. We ate them right away so not sure how the freezing part would go
Kasey 10 months ago
Delicious!! I added diced onion, red bell pepper and jalapeño.
Christie Briones a year ago
So simple and delicious!
Lesvy Román a year ago
Good yummy a little slow but I think it was just me but my fam liked it and I add some spices
Stacy Johnson-Speck a year ago
We added a piece of hard salami on top of the ham. It was so good. Will definetly be making these again.
Caitlin Bright a year ago
I make this like once a week now. I don’t scramble the eggs though- just crack them inside of the ham and put salt and cheese on top(whichever I have in the fridge at the moment). Bake it for 15 mins and it is perfect!
Francis a year ago
It was really good I used a really tiny muffin tin it was awesome and I’m not even the best a baking