We enjoyed this very, very much. It's a perfect brunch item too. Read my full review at: http://bit.ly/A0l8AT
Mini Bacon and Egg Tarts
TheMomChef Posted: 01/04/12
CSmithwg01 Posted: 12/30/11
This is a super easy quick quiche-like recipe. You can make this recipe even lighter (and more WW friendly) by using light whole wheat bread, subbing 1 or 2 of the eggs for egg whites (3 egg whites to 1 egg), replacing bacon for steamed broccoli and using low fat cheddar. Yum.
girly668 Posted: 01/08/12
Mmmm! Couple changes: used rye bread, nonfat plain yogurt instead of milk, added some tapatio for a little spice, used diced ham instead of bacon, and added some thyme. Next time, I will definitely add more thyme and directly into the egg mixture. I did not have a problem getting them out of the pan but I did use a silicon muffin pan so that helped.
Sue0601 Posted: 01/07/12
I give this 5 stars for flavor. However, in spite of spraying the pan with cooking spray, they were difficult to get out of the pan.
moores630 Posted: 03/21/12
My family LOVED these! They will be a new staple to the meal rotation in our house. We dipped them in maple syrup as we ate them and it was delicious!!
wonderwab Posted: 03/10/12
I followed the recipe exactly, and we found these really bland. There wasn't a good egg mixture to bread ratio- the bread was the main taste. Like other reviewers, we had a difficult time getting these un-stuck, despite using cooking spray.
Cbos2003 Posted: 04/21/13
GREAT RECIPE! I used cupcake cups, did not oil the bread, which gave the bread a crisp edge. I over filled the bread pockets with the egg mixture. I salt and peppered the eggs prior to pouring. I used leftover little smokies on top of the egg, then a light dusting of cheese and topped it off with scallions. Served it with salsa on the side. It was great!! You can do soooo much with this recipe. Love it!!