Do it Yourself, Recipes

Bird in a Nest Breakfast Bowls (Freezer Meals)

Disclosure: I am a Good Cook Kitchen Expert and I was given these products for review. All opinions are my own!

This is one of the best breakfast recipes you’ll ever make. Not only is it delicious, but it’s freezer meal friendly as well. To create this savory edible bowl, I used my Good Cook Bake-A-Bowl pan.

The bottom pan has 6 cups that I can use to make savory or sweet cup shaped creations. The top has six wells which I used to shorten the cook time on this recipe. 
My Bird in the Nest Breakfast Bowls are perfect for on the go breakfast and only require a small amount of ingredients.

You’ll need: 

6 eggs
3 medium potatoes
1/4 cup of shredded cheese
1 tablespoon of Extra Virgin Olive Oil
salt and pepper 
The first thing you’ll need to do is preheat oven at 400°F. 

Now crack all of your eggs in a bowl and bristly whisk them until fluffy. You’ll also need to add salt and pepper. You know how much you like so I’m not providing measurements here.

Then shred your potatoes using the shred blade on your food processor. You can also use a manual shredder is you don’t have a food processor.

Once your potatoes are shredded, season them with salt and pepper and toss them in 1 tablespoon of Extra Virgin Olive Oil.

Now that the potatoes are prepped, you’ll spray each cup with cooking spray, then begin dividing the shredded potatoes evenly between your six baking cups. Be sure to press them down against the insides of the baking wells.

Next, place the top layer of the Bake-A-Bowl pans over the shredded potato layer, then fill each of the six top wells with equal amounts of egg. 

Sprinkle on some cheese and bake for 20-25 minutes until the shredded potatoes begin to brown lightly around the edges. This is going to be your bird nest. 

Using a rubber spatula, begin removing the eggs from the top pan and placing them in the bird nests in the bottom pan.

I love cheese, so at this point I sprinkle on a little more cheese.

The heat from the pan will melt the cheese, so no need to pop it back into the oven.

These turned out better than I expected. The mix of fluffy eggs and crispy potatoes was delicious. What do you think of the Good Cook Bake-A-Bowl pan? Let us know on Twitter by tweeting @GoodCookcom

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