Chicks In A Nest

Chicks In A Nest on ThePinterTestKitchen.comBreakfast is a very important part of the day. Living and working in the country you need something that sticks to the ribs. Cereal is filling but it’s gone in an hour and you’re hungry again. Eggs have protein and they keep you from getting hungry.

A few months ago I made the Hoidy-Toidy Ham and Egg Cups. Great for a brunch. Here is another recipe to use for a brunch. I pinned a version of this recipe from StickyGooeyCreamyChewy.com. They are also made in a muffin pan like the ham and egg cups.

Here are the ingredients: frozen pre-shredded hash brown style potatoes, eggs, flour, pre-cooked diced bacon, diced onions, chopped green peppers, pre-cooked sausage crumbles, shredded cheese, salt and pepper. If there are other things you like in your eggs feel free to use them! Whatever you like or have in the pantry is fine.

Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Lightly spray a 12 cup muffin pan with cooking spray.

For the nest part: Mix pre-shredded hash brown potatoes, eggs, and flour together in a bowl.

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Spoon potato mixture into the muffin pan(about 1/3 full). Press mixture on the bottom and up the sides of  each cup.

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Bake about 25-30 minutes until golden brown. If the nests puff up to much scoop a little of the mixture out.

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For the chicks: Prepare while the nests are baking. Fry the onions, peppers, ham, sausage and salt and pepper. Beat the eggs and add some shredded cheese. Add to the fried mixture and cook until the eggs are done.

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Spoon egg mixture into the baked cups. Breakfast is ready.

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These chicks in a nest are also great as a grab and go breakfast!

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Here’s the printable:

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Sharon

Sharon is a co-founder here at The PinterTest Kitchen. She works part-time at a local winery and is also very involved in running her husband’s wrought iron business.

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