Bacon and Egg Cupcakes


I saw a picture of these floating around on Facebook today and I just knew I had to make them. Fortunately I had half a pack of bacon in the freezer and a few eggs still hanging around from Easter.


So first I par-cooked the bacon and let it cool and drain on a few paper towels.

Then I took the bacon and placed it in an aluminum cupcake holder sprayed with Pam.


I used a few little pieces of bacon to cover the bottom of the cupcake holder.


I then cracked an egg into each prepared cupcake holder and baked them in a 350 degree F pre-heated oven for 20 minutes!

And they are totally delicious! The egg will end up with the consistency of a hard boiled egg. You can also add either some goat or cheddar cheese to the top before baking. I think these little beauties would be the perfect addition to a Mother's day breakfast or brunch...hint hint!

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16 comments:

  1. Hi Barbara: I'm with you. Look delicious and easy..Have a happy weekend..Judy

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  2. They look yummy. I'm wondering if I could figure out a way to get a bit of bread in it, I like toast with my eggs.

    ~Bliss~

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  3. Barbara,
    How very yummy... nothing like eggs and bacon and put them together...wow!
    Have a wonderful weekend!
    dee dee

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  4. That is so darn cute!!! I just shared it on both my FB pages!! You are good!!! Hope you can visit me sometime!

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  5. Oh, these are just perfect for a brunch! They look so yummy, and with cheese....heaven! Thanks for sharing.
    Hugs,
    Patti

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  6. First of all, good morning Barbara. I hope you are having a wonderful spring season.

    Honestly, I'm not a huge fan of eggs or bacon, I like them every once in a while and I only eat eggs that are scrambled or deviled (love deviled eggs) and I will only eat bacon if it is real bacon and not turkey. I'm not picky or anything, lol.

    I'm not really a breakfast eater, I actually tend to like breakfast foods better at dinner. The only thing I can eat in the morning that doesn't make me feel sick at my stomach is cereal. It's really a texture thing. It's like being lactose intolerant. I also don't like ham or pork chops it seems like anything that is made from pig doesn't agree with me.

    Anyway, I wish I liked them more, because these look really good and it is such a fabulous idea.

    One thing I can do with eggs that doesn't make me as nauseous is I like put them on top of my toast and eat them that way, or I will make a sandwich out of them with English muffins. So I like Bliss's idea of putting bread in them.

    I do love Waffle House omlets and I like Mickey D's Bacon, Egg and Cheese sandwich's, but even too much of that makes me feel yucky. Those are my guilty pleasures, lol.

    Well, you have a wonderful day!

    Sarah
    http://skylarinc.blogspot.com/

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  7. I just had to check out this post! This is so cute! Thanks for sharing. A new follower, A

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  8. Gorgeous! You're right - these would make a fantastic Mother's Day breakfast treat.

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  9. Hi lovely lady.
    They look so yummy Barbara. Great for Mothers Day..
    I hope you have a wonderful week with your family!! Happy Mothers Day also.
    XXOO Diane

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  10. looks so yummy. Bythewayjenngray.blogspot.com

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  11. These look delicious. Will definitely have to give them a whirl sometime.

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  12. what a great idea. I have breakfast for dinner on my menu for tonight...I will try this for sure!
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  13. These sound delicious and look so darn cute too!

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  14. Barbara, those are easy! I was pleasantly surprised. I hope some are made for your Mother's Day.

    I followed you over from the NY Melrose linky party. I would love if you stopped by my blog.

    Thanks for sharing,
    Laura

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  15. These look fabulous and they sound delicious. Thanks so much for sharing at Whimsy Wednesdays!

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