Bacon Egg Bake – Exciting Variations on Eggs

Empire State during thunder and lightning

Empire State during thunder and lightning

It sounds like something from a Frankenstein movie outside – thunder and lightning and huge sheets of rain drumming against the window. But inside, I’m nice and dry and about to bake something delicious! Eggs are a staple ingredient of low carb life. It’s good as a snack, as a salad garnish, or as a meal. However, hard boiled eggs, fried eggs, scrambled eggs, omelets and egg salads are so commonplace that the thought of having to eat them again and again can create severe nausea and a pounding headache! So here is a new way to spice up your egg-eating life – the bacon egg bake. I found this recipe on, and it works great! In essence it’s just a different way of dressing up the bacon and eggs that I eat for breakfast daily, but it does look a lot more appetizing – it almost looks like something you’d find at an upscale brunch place, especially if you place it on a bed of green leaves!

Ingredients to make 1 Bacon Egg Bake

  • 1 slice of bacon
  • 1 egg
  • 1 tablespoon of grated aged cheese (or a slice) – I recommend aged Cheddar or Parmesan
  • salt and pepper
  • 1/4 teaspoon melted butter (optional)
  • you’ll also need a muffin/cupcake pan
  1. Preheat the oven to 350F (170C).
  2. Cook the bacon so that it’s not crispy and won’t break when you fold it. You can cook the bacon in the skillet or in the oven or even in the microwave.
  3. Wrap the bacon slice around the inside of a muffin/cupcake cup making a ring (like in the photo below).
  4. If your muffin/cupcake pan isn’t non-stick, then put a 1/4 teaspoon of melted butter into the base of the pan – this is just to prevent the egg sticking to the cup.
  5. Crack the egg into the muffin/cupcake cup – don’t worry, it shouldn’t overflow.
  6. Egg bake preparations - bacon wrapped around cupcake cup with egg

    Egg bake preparations – bacon wrapped around cupcake cup with egg

  7. Sprinkle the grated cheese or place the slice of cheese gently on top of the raw egg and put the pan into the oven for 10-15 minutes. You can check whether the egg is cooked by shaking the pan gently – if the stuff inside wobbles a lot, then it’s not cooked yet, but a small amount of wobble is good. If you like you egg well done, then there should almost be no wobble. Remember to shake very gently! When it’s done, sprinkle a bit of salt and pepper on top and carefully scrap the around the edge of the cupcake cup to detach the bacon from the sides of the cup. Then stick the fork under the egg and lift it up. Place on a salad bed or just devour it by itself.
Bacon Egg Bake

Bacon Egg Bake

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