Ham Cups - Egg Bites // Student Breakfast!

Introduction: Ham Cups - Egg Bites // Student Breakfast!

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Beef Ham Cups Egg Bites // Student Breakfast // Fast/Fresh/Tasteful.......Watch The Video.

Couldn’t be easier. Not only they so tasteful, but they’re so easy that even a 6-year-old can whip these up in no time. Do I need to say more? Nah. Didn’t think so.

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Step 1: Ingredients:

Ingredients for 4 ham-egg cups // 1 person meal

1) 8 slices of beef ham (or any ham...bacon....be creative)

2) 100g chesse (your choice)

3) 4 eggs (1 egg - 1 cup)

4) Oregano, pepper & salt


5) some mushrooms (to fill muffin tin - mushrooms cups)

Step 2: Directions:

Make as many as you can (as you want) fit into your muffin tin. Butter or spray your muffin tin. Grab whatever kind of ham, bacon etc. Mine was beef ham. Fold the ham in half and drape it into the muffin tin. Make kinda ring shape. Grate the cheese in the bowl. Crack the egg inside ring ham and top with grated cheese.

Bake the cups in a preheated oven at 200Cº (400Fº) for 12 to 15 minutes. Overcooked eggs are spongy and gross, so don’t go crazy and let them cook too long. Let them cool off for a minute or 2 before scooping them out. This turned out to be the best breakfast I’ve had in a long time.

Step 3: Voilà!!!

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