Saturday, September 24, 2011

Prosciutto Bowls!

I had been meaning to make this for breakfast for quite some time now.  It is such a delicious and quick breakfast option, I decided to make it this morning.



Ingredients:
6 thin slices prosciutto
Olive Oil
6 eggs
Ground Basil
Freshly ground pepper

Directions:

Start with the good stuff... Nest Fresh Eggs and Applegate Prosciutto (both found at my favorite place... Whole Foods)

Preheat the oven at 400°...

Coat 6 cups of muffin tin with olive oil (I use a pump spray rather than using PAM or any of that other cooking oil that isn't really good for you)
 
Then fit one slice of prosciutto in each cup (they were quite easy to set up)


Crack one egg inside each slice of prociutto and add a little ground pepper and basil on top for taste. Bake in the oven for 12 minutes at 400°.  


After the 12 minutes in the oven, take them out and let them set for 5 minutes.  Sounds silly but this is the most important part of this entire process.  If you attempt to take them out of the cups too soon, it can be a disaterous mess!

They were so delicious and protein packed!


This is the under side of the Prosciotto Bowl...
 
Try this Recipe and let me know how you like it!!

Enjoy your weekend...

17 comments:

  1. This recipe sounds delicious can't wait to try it. I love Whole Foods I have been patiently awaiting for the last 2 to 3 yrs for them to open up in my neck of the woods, hopefully the prices have gone down some :)
    Anyhow love your blog and can't wait to try making some of these wonderful delights!
    ♥ Noemi
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  2. Hi Marylin, sounds wonderful but the pictures have gone all wonky!

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  3. Thanks Patty... Try it now.

    Let me know what you think! =)

    -Marylin

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  4. Oh my, this might make me dig out my muffin pan! Thanks for sharing this!! You did good! :-)

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  5. sounds good! I'd love to try it...my hubby is totally "done" with eggs...maybe this recipe will interest him! Thanks for sharing!

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  6. I made them this morning...DELICIOUS!!!! You're an amazing accidental chef ;) Sammy is a very lucky man!

    Diana ("D")

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  7. Thanks for commenting!! Wait until you see what's coming up next... I'm so excited! ;-)

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  8. I made them today. They were amazing! Thanks!

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  9. I make something like this for my boys (9 and 11) but I add spinach to the bottom - they love it!

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  10. Charlene Varela SolerJanuary 4, 2012 at 11:00 PM

    I'm going to whole foods tomorrow!! These look amazing, good job !

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  11. Thanks Charlene!... Let me know how they come out.

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  12. Prosciutto is really expensive...is there something we can use that doesn't cost $2 an ounce?

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    1. You can use bacon as an alternative... =)

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  13. Can this also be refrigerated? I think this would be great to make ahead of time and then heat it up for breakfast before I run out the door.

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  14. These were awesome!

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  15. Would it be possible to use bacon and scrambled eggs?

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  16. Just made these for my mom and myself. Sooooo Easy and delicious!!!

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