Monday, December 28, 2009

Look what's for dinner!

Hey folks! I just had to share a fun EASY recipe my husband's cousin told me about! She called them "dinosaur eggs"...and that got my attention, as I'd never heard of them! She said it's a great snack/treat/meal you can make in a snap that most kids LOVE. I just had to share it, 'cause she was right...it's yummy!

Alrighty, first, you gotta have PAM cooking spray...Spray it evenly in a cereal bowl and make sure you hit the sides...Next crack one egg in a separate container, whip it up and pour it in the cereal bowl. I added a few dried chives, some onion flakes, pepper and salt...
Cover it all with a plate and bake for one minute on high in your handy dandy microwave!Caution: contents are hot, so be careful removing the lid. Here's where I added a little shredded cheese and put the cover back on just to melt it a bit. (DO NOT cook longer in the microwave). The delightful thing is the egg slides right out of the bowl...that's right - no clean-up mess - hurray! Throw that frying pan away, baby!
On a toasted English muffin OR toasted bread, add some deli sliced ham...Here's the finished product! Yes, folks, it's an egg McMuffin!Yum, yum!I'm so dang excited as this is something my teenagers can make themselves! Woohoo! It's easy, no mess, quite healthy and really good! Please leave a comment if you're like me and have never made this no-mess version!
Hope your Christmas was a fun one!!

7 comments:

  1. Well, thank heavens. I thought you wanted us to just eat Pam. I've tried it. Even the butter variety. And it's not very filling.

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  2. This is an awesome idea! Who wants to do more cooking and dishes after the holiday meals!!! This IS what's for supper tomorrow. (eggs aren't just for breakfast anymore!) Hey, wait! I can make this for lunch at work....mmmmmm.

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  3. Well, you are soooo excited about this!! I'm going to try it myself. Happy New Year

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  4. I have never made this..but you can bet your bottom dollar I will show the kids how to make it. Thanks for sharing.
    Melissa

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  5. I never put a lid on mine?????????Is there a reason that I don't know about? It is a good way for egg cookin'. Thanks for the good pic's.
    smiles, alice

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  6. Brillant! I think my husband will need to try this tomorrow.
    Joyce

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  7. It is Saturday morning and I am relaxing in bed reading this post. I have yet to venture downstairs for breakfast, but I am sure hoping we have ham, english muffins, and an egg downstairs. Yum!

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