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Delicious Easy Egg Bake

This Egg bake did not last long in my house. My poor husband was drooling and waiting ever so patiently while I was taking a few photos. I've never seen him so patient while hungry. He knew it was good and wanted to me to share this with the world.

This dish is super easy to make. You can use any veggies and cheese you want. I used Goat Cheese but prior to this egg bake I made mini egg, turkey bacon and cheddar cheese bakes using muffin tins that the kids loved. I used a 5 cup Pyrex dish because it was just for my husband and me. You can double the recipe if you're making it for a larger group.


8 Organic Large Eggs (whisked)
1 cup of chopped broccoli
1/2 cup of Goat Cheese
Handful of arugula
2 chopped jalapeƱos
1 chopped green onion
10 cherry tomatoes cut in half
 1 tsp of Vital Salt - Black Truffle Sesame Salt


Preheat oven to 350.
Place all the chopped veggies evenly in a 5 cup 1.2L dish.
Pour the eggs  evenly over the vegetables.
Sprinkle the cheese evenly over the eggs
Cook for 30-40 minutes depending on how the size of your egg bake.

The inside will be moist but not wet when ready. Enjoy with fresh arugula and some hot sauce if you like it spicy.

Let me know what you think!


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