I was watching an episode of “Housewives” and came in on a kitchen scene where one of the housewives mentioned how she had to get her “eggs out of the oven.” She didn’t get into specifics, but they were having breakfast.
I immediately asked myself…
They ended up being the best “fried” eggs I ever had!
We make a big breakfast for our family every weekend and I find baking them is easier as well…what took me so long!?
While they bake, I can sip my tea and watch Sponge Bob!!
Here’s how I do it…
Hope ya give it a try!
I just made my husband some fried eggs this morning. I’ll have to keep this in mind. He likes his done but dip ready, too.
YUM. And that is EXACTLY how I like my eggs too!! Dip a little toast… nom nom nom. Pinning! 🙂
I can’t believe I’ve never tried this! I already do my bacon in the oven. Can’t wait to do my eggs too all in one shot!
Finally I can make green chili and eggs for dinner without having to stand at the stove forever frying eggs!
Hey,just wanted to share this…I’ve tried it a few times and it’s revolutionized my breakfast routine. Parchment paper on a cookie sheet+ 1 lb of bacon spread out and slightly and “wrinkled” so you leave just enough room for eggs at the bottom of the pan. Bake at 450 until just about done. (I usually don’t time it,it seems like about 25 minutes) then in the last five minutes tilt the pan forward enough to where the grease spreads to the front then crack 5-6 eggs across the front of the pan. And in 4-5 minutes it’s all done,with super easy clean-up! 🙂
I have been cooking my bacon in the oven, but I had never thought of cooking the eggs in there. I have a heck of a time flipping eggs. So this would be perfect for me. I will have to try it next time I make eggs.
I baked my hard boiled and will never go back!! Have to try this.
Tried it this morning, works great! Who knew? Oh that’s right Julie knew 🙂
lol, Liz! So happy u tried it!
I love the idea of baked eggs and can’t wait to try it.
what temperature do you cook these 4 min. eggs?
It states on the second image to bake at 350 degrees. Good luck! These eggs are so good.