BAKED ITALIAN EGGS

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Stop what you are doing & read this delicious little recipe right now! It’s the breakfast/brunch/breakfast-for-dinner of champions. IT’S DELICIOUS and it’s the easiest thing you could ever imagine. Want to impress the girls with brunch at your house – now you know what to serve! Y’all are going to love this one!  – xoxo, LK


Hello friends, Elizabeth here! Before I tell you about this amazingly easy breakfast dish I feel you should know the story behind it. These little tomato baked eggs kind of saved my blogging mojo this weekend. I had a rough week with cupcakes that deflated in the oven, a yogurt post for a company that went sour and way too much money spent at the grocery store (I really wish the third trip to whole foods was actually was a pair of shoes…)

Anyways, it’s classic breakfast recipes like these that remind me that I love what I do and to 100% keep doing it! These baked Italian eggs have a timeless flavor that can be made any time of the year with canned tomatoes. They are easy on your wallet and can feed a crown quickly and efficiently. I got your back for those unexpected guests that turn up on whim! Enjoy!

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INGREDIENTS:

-3-4 Tablespoons of tomato sauce

-3-4 Tablespoons of canned fire roasted tomatoes

-1 Whole egg

-1-2 Tablespoons of Parmesan cheese

-1 Teaspoon of chopped fresh basil

-Salt + Pepper

-1 Baguette

-Olive oil for drizzle

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INSTRUCTIONS:

1. Preheat your oven to 350 degrees

2. Fill each ramekin with tomato sauce; fire roasted tomatoes, 1 egg (do not whisk), cheese, basil and sprinkle with salt and pepper. The goal is to get each ramekin full with ingredients. Keep it simple!

3. Bake for 20-25 minutes until egg white is no longer translucent (23 minutes seemed to be efficient). Toast baguette and drizzle with good olive oil. Enjoy!

18What did we tell you? Easy & delicious! Make sure you check out our Instagram for sneak peeks of upcoming posts, hidden recipes, and a few of our favorite entertaining tips. Plus, our favorite intern – Bru. Like what you see and want to try it out? You know the drill – tag @laurenkelp or #LKMakes for a chance to have your recipe featured!
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