Bacon Wrapped Eggs

Bacon Wrapped Eggs

Eggs just go well with mornings. Don’t you think? It is everyone’s preferred source of morning protein. Well almost everyone…there are some strange people out there that don’t like eggs…funny, right?! If you’re one of these people…don’t take it personal. Maybe you’ll start liking eggs once you try this recipe.

Eating eggs every morning or every other morning can be a little repetitive, so one is bound to find creative ways to cook those little babies up. At my house we eat eggs a lot…we eat them with veggies, with avocado, with turkey, with beef, with bacon, with steak, with sweet potatoes…you name it. We try to make egg-eating, fun. We love eggs and there is no way that we’re going to let ourselves get tired of them. Like, ever.

My husband’s favorite is eggs with bacon. I find myself making a lot of scrambled eggs with bacon…and I thought my hubby’s “favorite” needed a fun little twist, so I made him bacon wrapped eggs! Let’s just say, he was very was happy with the turnout.

Bacon Wrapped Eggs
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These Bacon Wrapped Eggs are a fun and easy recipe for any morning. Minimal ingredients and minimal efforts.
Recipe type: Breakfast
Cuisine: American
Serves: 12 servings
  • 12 bacon strips
  • 12 eggs
  • Sea salt and pepper to taste
  1. Preheat oven to 350 F.
  2. Place bacon strips inside each muffin pan’s cup, ensuring bacon wraps around the cup’s inside walls. Crack an egg in each cup, so that the bacon ends up wrapping the egg.
  3. Bake for 14 minutes. If you want a runny yolk bake for 8 minutes, if you want a semi-soft yolk bake for 12 minutes. Use a spoon to take out each bacon-wrapped egg. Season to taste and serve right away.
Tools you’ll need:
- Muffin pan
- Kitchen mitten
- Spoon

You decide how many bacon-wrapped eggs you want to make at a time; if you want only four, then you’ll only need four strips of bacon and four eggs.
You may want to soak up the muffin pan immediately; this will make it easier to clean up…the eggs can get really sticky!

Bacon Wrapped Eggs

Bacon Wrapped Eggs

Bacon Wrapped Eggs

13 thoughts on “Bacon Wrapped Eggs”

  1. Mariel !!! cai aca de casualidad … que genial !!!! y que wrico todo !!!! estoy saliendo de una lesion y me cayo de maravilla este site !!! felicitaciones !!! te robo el slogan para mi status de fb por 1 dia !!!! chauuu !

    1. Andres! Muchas gracias 🙂 que bueno que lo hayas encontrado y que te guste! Espero escribir mas recetas pronto para que trates cosas que te llamen la atención :). Y por supuesto, mi slogan esta a tu disposición 😉

  2. I took a paper towel, with a little bit of coconut oil on it, to the inside of the muffin tin first. No messy, sticky eggs!!! They popped right out and clean up was really easy.

  3. Way to go Katherine!! That’s all really great!Sad to have misesd the fun this morning, but happy to have enjoyed a cup of coffee with my husband before work today!

  4. The Bacon Wrapped Eggs were Delicious. They took 15+ min and like Sarah the bacon did not cook thru. In order to keep the bacon from overlapping, I cut about two inches off the bacon and placed it in the bottom of the muffin pan. Next time I will put the bacon in the muffin pan and put it in the oven without the egg for a while…then add the egg and bake for 12 minutes or so.

  5. After 30 minutes these weren’t done so I flipped them on their side and broiled them but it wasn’t enough to save them…

  6. Try some Pam in the muffin pan. I add some chopped veggies (peppers/onions/celery/spinach/mushrooms).Scramble the egg, then pour it in the pan. Cook for 30 minutes at 350.

    I make a bunch of these once a week and refrigerate them. Eat a couple after weight workouts for a quick breakfast before going to work.

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