Sunday, February 13, 2011

Potato Skin Eggs



Jim and I usually eat breakfast on the run on weekday mornings so 
I like to make Sunday morning special.  These were so special!!

I took two of my favorite posts...... Parmesan Eggs and The Perfect 
Baked Potato and made these yummy Potato Skin Eggs.  Actually, 
it's a great way to use up leftovers.  I had two leftover baked potatoes 
and leftover bacon from Saturday morning's breakfast. 






To start just scoop out the flesh of the potato leaving a 1/4 shell and 
fill with cheese, egg(s)  and top with a good amount of granulated 
garlic.   You can use whatever cheese you have on hand,I just 
happened to have some sharp cheddar.  Crack your eggs, being 
careful not to break the yolk.  Bake at 350 degrees for about 20 
minutes or until the egg is set.  

Serve with sour cream, salsa, bacon and green onions and enjoy!



I have to show you all my new Papillon puppy, Bindi Bay.  We got 
her yesterday.....isn't she adorable!!

Hope you all have a great week!


23 comments:

  1. So intrigued by the title of this post - looks wonderful! That's a cutie pie there at the end....

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  2. This breakfast is a great idea! ok, now for the important stuff...that little Bindi Bay is just a little punkin! She already looks ornery as the dickins...in an adorable way. Congrats on the new member of your family.

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  3. I LOVE your puppy, she's so cute! I am your newest follower from Mailbox Monday! Let me know if you ever have any low entry giveaways! I love to share them with my readers!

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  4. What a great breakfast, I love it! It's always nice to find great breakfast ideas!

    OMG, the puppy, what a little doll! Oh I want to take her home! So sweet! Enjoy your new baby!

    Mary

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  5. I am seriously going to give these a try! They look so yummy. I bet my kids would even gobble them up!

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  6. These look really good. I have to try these. Thanks for the recipe! And your puppy is adorable.

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  7. Well, you've just ruined my diet! These look amazing and I'm totally making them ASAP!

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  8. Wow, this looks amazing!! I have company coming...and I am making these sunday morning! Found you from the chickadee blog hop...thanks for the comment and visit on my blog!

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    Cheers

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  9. This is such a fun idea, especially for brunch. I am really looking forward to going through the rest of your dishes and cannot wait to see more :) Thanks for the follow!

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  10. Hi there, thank you for stopping by yesterday and for following What Would Jen Do

    your puppy is SO CUTE I have always wanted a papillon. My neighbors have 3 and they are so fun and friendly

    have a great day

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  11. Thanks for following me!! I love your site! And your puppy is adorable!

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  12. That puppy is so cute! Thank you for visiting my blog. Following you back!

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  13. I'm a new follower, this recipe looks so delicious. What a great way to use up leftovers.

    Your puppy is adorable! I have always always wanted a papillion.

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  14. That is such a great idea. I love potato skins, and my girls provide plenty of eggs. I'll have to try this!

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  15. That sounds delicious!!! I totally want this now~

    And the puppy...my mom has a Pappi! He's terrible but we love him dearly.

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  16. Thanks for hopping by! That potato looks so yummy...

    Nikki

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  17. I think my husband and his best friend would love this! I'll have to try it out. :)

    Anna
    www.askannamoseley.com

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  18. This looks so great and your new puppy is a CUTIE! Thanks so much for the follow, I'm now following you as well!

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  19. What a great idea these are!! Can't wait to try them. Thanks for sharing & for stopping by my blog.

    Denise @ Creative Kitchen

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  20. LOVE your puppy!! So cute! These eggs, however delicious they look, are not for me because of cholesterol issues...dangit.

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    Thanks!
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  21. Adorable Puppy!! These potato skin eggs look fabulous! I can't wait to try them!

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  22. Those look so delicious.

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  23. I am SO hungry looking at these. I really want to try this. Thanks for the post.

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    Here's my post:
    http://www.mapleleafmommy.com/2011/03/secret-mommyhood-confessions-im-scarred.html

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