Guest post from Ashley
I love having egg casserole for breakfast! It’s such a lovely, warm, yummy dish to have in the morning; but I find myself only eating it when I go to baby showers or ladies’ brunches. If I love it so much why don’t I have it more often?
I guess it’s because I’m not a morning person; I don’t have the time or motivation to get up early to make sure I have all the ingredients and the time to bake it. Egg casserole isn’t always the healthiest food either.
I was thinking over this dilemma in my mind. So I decided I needed to come up with a quick, healthy, egg casserole recipe that was deliciously yummy, but didn’t call for a lot of ingredients. The One Minute Egg Casserole recipe was born out of this. This recipe is for individual servings, so you can make it up quick and eat it while it’s hot. It only calls for four ingredients and it’s super easy so younger kids can learn to make if for themselves too. I just love this recipe, and I’d like to share it with you today!
What you’ll need:
- 1 Egg
- 2 Tablespoons of Milk
- 1 Slice of Wheat Bread (or White)
- A Small Handful of Cheese
(You will also need a small ramekin)
Take your slice of bread, tear it into small pieces. Then put it into a small bowl. I used some inexpensive specialty bread we had from dinner the night before, but any bread will do.
Next, measure out your milk and pour it over the bread. Take a handful of cheese and toss it in.
Now crack your egg into the bowl and mix it all together until the bread is thoroughly wet.
Pour the egg mixture into your ramekin, and pop it in the microwave for one minute. It should start to bubble and cook all the way through.
Take the ramekin out of the microwave and let it set for a few second and dig in!
This recipe is super-easy, but it tastes so delicious! If you wanted a little extra flavor you could add a little salt to taste or throw in a few pieces of diced tomato, onion or mushroom. I love this recipe, because it’s so quick. Also, each person can make their own, customizing it to suit their taste!
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