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Prosciutto+Egg Cups

 

 

Easter is coming up and that means big breakfasts and, a lot of times, travel. It can be so hard figuring out how and what to make when you have to take various things into account like church, driving time, and worrying about serving to multiple people. I have a great solution for you though so don’t fret! These prosciutto+egg cups are perfect to make ahead of time so you have your contribution ready to go, as well as being single serving so you don’t have to worry about dividing it up.

If those aren’t issues you’ll have to deal with then know that they also keep really well in the fridge. That means you can make a batch for yourself at the beginning of the week and have something ready to go for every morning. You’ll just need to heat one up quickly and breakfast will be ready. Anything that takes the stress and time out of my morning routine is a huge plus in my book.

Here’s my confession about this recipe though: I don’t like egg 🙁

But my family does and they absolutely LOVE these cups, so I give you this recipe with their stamp of approval!

Ingredients

-Prosciutto

-Egg

-Spinach

-Ground black pepper

There’s no measurements because ultimately they will all be up to you depending on how many you want to make and how much spinach or pepper you want to add.

Directions

First preheat the oven to 400°F and spray your muffin pan. Then line each muffin cup with a piece of prosciutto that has been folded in half.

Next place spinach leaves in the cups. It’s up to you how many to add, but it is a good way to sneak some veggies in *wink wink*

Then comes the main part, and the fun part! Crack one egg into each of the cups.

Finally add some pepper to taste on top. I love getting salt and pepper from Costco so you can freshly grind it onto whatever you need it for. You can see in the pic below how easy it made it to sprinkle on top.

Now your oven should be heated up so place the muffin pan inside to bake for 15 minutes.

Once it’s baked let it cool for about 5 minutes before you try to get the cups out. If needed, slide a knife around the side to loosen it up, but it should come out pretty easy. Now either serve or place into an airtight container to save.

Quick, easy, and delicious!

 

Now that I’ve taken all the stress away, make sure to pin this recipe so you don’t lose it 🙂

 

~alison

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