Sunday, March 27, 2011

Bacon, Egg and Cheese Bites

My family really likes bacon, eggs and cheese.  Today while trying to think of something quick for dinner, I thought why not make those ingredients and make them into small little bites.  


I got out my mini muffin pan and sprayed it with cooking spray.   I used 8 eggs and milk and made a scrambled egg mixture. 


Since I did not have any bacon on hand to fry, and that would make the recipe much longer I decided to use Hormel bacon pieces.  I also used sharp cheddar cheese.

I put bacon pieces in each of the individual cups.  I then added cheese to the top.   I placed it in a 350 degree oven.   I was not sure how long to cook it so I checked it every 5 mins or so.  


It took 12-13 minutes for the cups to cook all the way through.

Enjoy!

24 comments:

  1. I am so making these!! Thanks for sharing!
    Come see me at http://willcookforsmiles.blogspot.com/

    ~your new follower~

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  2. Thanks!

    I think you will really like them. I am going to check out your blog now.. =)

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  3. Those look so tasty! I wish I had some right now =o)

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  4. I make something like this with a slice of ham in each tin first and then pour your egg and cheese mixture in and it tastes great! My son could eat a tray of them :)
    www.itsybitsypaperblog.com

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  5. YUMMMA! Thanks for sharing your SMARTNESS!

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  6. Oooh! I will have to try it with ham. My son LOVES ham.. =)

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  7. Those little bites look really tasty. Breakfast for supper is always a hit around here.

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  8. I think we will have to try these this weekend! I'd love it if you would
    link up over at the glitter party! http://runwithglitter.blogspot.com/2011/03/weekly-tues-thurs-link-party.html

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  9. Thank you Kelly.. I just went over and posted.. I hope you enjoy them.

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  10. easy! you probably know how my family feels about bacon and cheese ;-) so it's a safe bet I'll be trying these soon. Thanks for the great idea!

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  11. I need something to eat for breakfast on the way to work and this is perfect!!! Thanks for sharing!

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  12. Like you, I always loved doing parties for my girls(4). But now they are either married orint their teens and don't want the decorated parties.
    I am going to make these when my grandchildren come to visit. I think you could add a salad and there, you have dinner. Loved browsing your blog. Will become a follower.
    SHerree
    http://www.chmitlnfamily.blogspot.com

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  13. I was just reading my comment and I mad a mistake on my blog.
    Sherree
    http://www.chmitlinfamily.blogspot.com

    I got to typing so fast, I forgot the last i in chmitlin.

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  14. Thanks for following Sherree.. I only have one kid left who still wants themed parties. She is just about to turn 10, so it wont be much longer.. =(

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  15. Pam, these look terrific. Have you ever tried freezing and reheating them? or reheating them after they've been refrigerated? I might have to make them just for that - they look like they would be great for mornings before school. Found you at Running with Glitter. Great recipe! ~Lori

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  16. Holy cow, why didn't I think of that! Love it, I can't wait to make them for my family..thanks!!!

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  17. I LOVE this! Its PERFECT for you to Link up at my Linky PAR-TAY,

    Whassup Wednesday!!!

    And I have a party button you can grab so your friends can come too:)

    *ENTER LINKY PAR-TAY Here! *

    xoxokara

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  18. Lori.. This was the first time I made them. I think they would probably freeze okay. I know we ate some the next day for breakfast and they tasted just fine reheated..

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  19. Seriously yummy! Great for get togethers. I am bookmarking this. Thanks.
    Xio,
    Sena

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  20. I'd have to add some spinach or broccoli but these look really good! Like a quiche I guess.

    Feel free to stop by and link up to my Make & Share 1st edition Fridays if you like.

    ~ Christy

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  21. These are so easy and a nice little addition to any meal! If you get a sec, pop on over to Foodie Fridayand link up! Oh, and I found you on What Allie's Making! :)

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  22. Thank You! I just linked to both of your parties..

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  23. These look awesome! Can't wait to make them with my little girl.

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