Cute little devils…arn’t they? Two ingredients – yup two! Pre-packaged fresh hash browns (like Simply Fresh) and eggs. Thats it!
I snagged this recipe from Cooking Light and they provide a nice little tutorial here . I adjusted the recipe a bit. I did not include the shredded carrots and I found that 8-10 minutes is adequate to cook the egg. I like them runny!
Bake the hash browns in a muffin tin, break an egg into the partially cooked potato cups. Put back in oven for the egg to cook and ta da! One package of fresh hash browns should yield about 6 muffins. You can add a piece of ham into the hash brown cup before cracking the egg into it if you would like.
NOTES – Really spray those muffin tins with non-stick. These guys want to stay in the pan. Do not over-bake your eggs. 8-10 minutes should do it. Give them a little jiggle. You want the egg whites fully cooked and the center runny. Unless you prefer a more cooked egg, then give it another 3-4 minutes to completely set.
Easy recipe and at only 145 calories a piece, you could have two!
Looking for more easy brunch recipes? Check out this Blueberry Cream Cheese French Toast Casserole!
or my Eggs Benedict Casserole! All the flavors of eggs beni that you love in one place!
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Simple 2 ingredient breakfast or brunch recipe!
- 1 package fresh hash browns such as Simply Potatoes brand
- cup Eggs - one per depending on how many you are making
Preheat oven to 400°.
Start with shiny, light-colored muffin pans. For each egg basket, spoon about a 1/4 cup hash browns into a muffin cup coated with cooking spray. Press into bottom and up sides of muffin cup, pushing potatoes just above rim.
Bake at 400° for 30 minutes. Remove from oven.
Crack 1 large egg into each basket. Return to oven and bake at 400° for an additional 8-10 minutes or until eggs are set to your liking. 8-10 for runny eggs and 10-12 for firm.
Let cool for a couple minutes and remove from muffin in with a rubber spatula. Sprinkle with salt and pepper to finish.