Creamy Kale Baked Eggs
Looking for a special breakfast? Try making up my Creamy Kale Baked Eggs!! This morning I was looking for a fun way to use up some kale we had in the fridge, I used it (instead of spinach) in my Coconut Milk Creamed Spinach and tossed in roasted red peppers at the end of cooking. I spooned some in my oven proof ramekins, topped with halved cherry tomatoes and a sprinkle of mozzarella cheese (that also needed used up).. and after making a small indent in each – cracked an egg on top! Bake them just enough so the egg whites are set but the yokes are still runny – OMG so amazingly good! Here’s the BEFORE baking pic —> AFTER BAKING — Still SO PRETTY! And some pretty after pics 🙂 I’m so freaking in LOVE with these!!
Feel free to omit the dairy if that’s not your thing – they will still be AH-MAZING!
- 4 large Egg(s)
- Coconut Milk Creamed Spinach
- 2 tablespoons Roasted Red Peppers (jarred or homemade)
- 8 Cherry Tomatoes
- 1/2 cup Grated Mozzarella Cheese optional
- Preheat oven to 400 degrees F
- Butter 4 small, oven proof ramekins and place on a cookie sheet
- Make a batch of my Coconut Creamed Spinach, using kale instead of Spinach.
- Add in chopped Roasted Red peppers at the end of cooking.
- Divide your Creamed Spinach between your ramekins
- Top each with halved cherry tomatoes and mozzarella cheese* if desired
- Using a spoon create a small indent in the top of each and fill each with an egg & season with s&p
- Bake at 400 degrees for 15-20 minutes, just until eggs are cooked but yokes are still runny.
- Allow to cool slightly before serving
Where is link to Coconut creamed spinach recipe??
I like this egg recipe.
It’s delicious and easy to prepare.
This is ideal breakfast for a busy people.
Breakfast prepared in a short period of time, yet still tasty and healthy is a huge help for everyone.
Thank you for sharing this recipe.
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Looking forward to trying this – it looks outstanding! Pinned to our Paleo Pinterest board.