These St Patrick’s Day breakfast ideas are like diving into a little pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.
The children and grandchildren will be celebrating this fun holiday with a lot of sweet treats today, so I have some ideas to start their St Patrick’s Day breakfast on a healthier note.
I love to serve foods in individual dishes. They look more appealing and it is a good way to practice portion control. I use my ramekins or mini cast iron skillets for individual servings.
These Loaded Crustless Mini Breakfast Souffles look like a pot of gold. I have posted this recipe previously. HERE
An easy and healthy breakfast idea are baked eggs.
To make the baked eggs, spray the insides of a muffin pan with no stick cooking spray for the number of eggs you need. Crack egg into the muffin cup. Season with salt and pepper.
Place in oven and set temperature at 350 degrees. The eggs seem to turn out better when I do not preheat the oven.
Bake for 10-15 minutes, or until eggs are cooked to desired doneness. Remove from the oven.
Run a knife along the inside of muffin cup and carefully transfer the eggs to serving plate.
These sure look like little pots of gold!
A delicious variation to the baked eggs is to bake it in a ramekin on a crust from sausage, and topped with a baked egg.
Spray ramekins with no stick spray. Place ground sausage in bottom of the ramekin.
Crack an extra large egg onto the sausage, and season with salt and pepper.
Bake until egg is cooked to desired doneness.
Carefully remove egg and sausage by running a knife along the inside edge of ramekin. Transfer to a serving plate.
Perfect baked, soft cooked egg! Great way to start the day.
I browned a 1/2 lb of sausage until a little pink remained. Drain grease, and place about 4 Tablespoons of sausage in the ramekin. I got 3 servings out of a 1/2 lb sausage. The eggs baked about 15-17 minutes @ 350 degrees F for the way my family likes them.
Happy St Patrick’s Day and a Top of the morning to you!
Hope you will enjoy one of these breakfast ideas.
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