Low-Carb Baked Eggs in Canadian Bacon Cups
Low-Carb Baked Eggs in Canadian Bacon Cups are a fun idea for breakfast that’s can be Keto and gluten-free if you skip the toast, and this is easy to make! Use Breakfast Recipes for more recipes like this one.
This recipe for Baked Eggs in Canadian Bacon Cups came about when I was hit with of those spontaneous creative cooking urges that pop into my mind, inspired by a package of Canadian bacon I’d purchased from Costco. I thought this was such a fun breakfast idea, and Canadian bacon is tasty and lower in fat than bacon, for anyone who might care about that. I ate mine with one piece of whole-wheat toast to dip into the egg yolk, but if you wanted a low-carb or gluten-free breakfast idea this would also be delicious without the toast.
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The first photo is the Canadian bacon I buy at Costco. I don’t bother to cut off the thin rind, but you could if you prefer. You need either Large Silicone Muffin Cups (affiliate link) or a muffin pan with large cups to make this successfully. The cups need to be 3 1/2 inches to 4 inches across to fit the 3 pieces of Canadian bacon.
Spray the muffin cups with non-stick spray, then put in 3 pieces of Canadian bacon in each and put it in a pre-heated 400F/200C oven for 10 minutes. (Heating the Canadian bacon is important so the egg starts to set as soon as you break it into the cup. Then carefully break one egg into each of the cups. Bake about 14-16 minutes, depending on how firm you like your eggs. Serve hot, with toast to dip into the yolk if desired.
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Baked Eggs in Canadian Bacon Cups
Low-Carb Baked Eggs in Canadian Bacon Cups are a fun idea for breakfast that’s easy to make!
- 18 round slices Canadian bacon, 3 inches across
- 6 eggs
- salt and fresh ground pepper to taste
- Toast pieces to dip into the egg, optional
- Preheat oven to 400F/200C. Spray 6 large silicone muffin cups (affiliate link) or a muffin pan with large cups with olive oil or non-stick spray. (If using muffin cups, put them on a baking sheet so it’s easy to transfer in and out of the oven.)
- Arrange 3 slices of Canadian bacon in each muffin cup, overlapping so the whole cup is covered, and pressing down to shape it to the muffin cup. Bake 10 minutes.
- Remove tray or muffin pan from the oven and carefully break an egg into each of the Canadian bacon cups. Season with a little salt and fresh ground black pepper to taste.
- Put back into oven and bake 15 minutes, or slightly more or less time depending on how done you prefer your eggs. (The ones in the photo were baked 15 minutes; next time I might do a minute less.)
- Serve hot, with toast strips to dip into the yolk if desired.
You need Large Silicone Muffin Cups (affiliate links), or a muffin pan with cups at least 3 1/2 inches to 4 inches across to make this successfully.
Recipe created by Kalyn.
Low-Carb Diet / Low-Glycemic Diet / South Beach Diet Suggestions:
Low-Carb Baked Eggs in Canadian Bacon Cups should be good for most any low-carb or low-glycemic eating plan. Canadian bacon is much lower in fat than ham or bacon, and combined with eggs it makes a good low-breakfast for any phase of the South Beach Diet. If you add the optional toast to dip into the yolk, using whole grain bread, this would be Phase 2 or 3 for South Beach.
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