She Slices Up Bread - How She Decides To Fill It Left My Mouth Completely Watering
When it comes to those delicious little on-the-go cakes, you may think you've tried them all. Trust us, this easy cupcake recipe is something special, plus, you can eat if for breakfast, guilt free.
No Batter Needed
For starters, you don't need a mixing bowl for these little babies. You'll start with bread and a small glass to make cut-out rounds.
A Tasty Foundation
The rounds should fit the bottom of a generously-buttered cupcake tins. Like this.
Next, bacon. Yes, bacon. You're welcome. Lightly fry up enough pieces to wrap them around the bread in the bottom of the tins.
Create A Container
Think of the bacon as the sides of a cupcake wrapper. So don't fry the bacon to a crisp. You'll need the pieces to be pliable, see where this is going?
Fill It Up
Next, add some chopped mushrooms into the "bacon cup."
Get Cheesy With It
Not a fan of fungus? Swap out the mushrooms for onion, bell pepper or, better yet — cheese. Oh yea. Cheese.
Spice Is Nice
Next, carefully pour an egg into each cup right on top of your cheesy-mushroomy filling.
Spice Is Nice
Top with herbs and spices of your choice. If you're just a salt and pepper person, that's cool. Or get adventurous with dried oregano, rosemary or basil. Then put the tin into the oven for 20 minutes at 200c.
Relax This Is Going To Be Good
While you wait? Check your email, make a cup of tea or turn on the coffee pot. Mmm... they are starting to smell good, aren't they?
Careful It's Hot!
When the timer goes off, use an oven mitt to remove the tin from the oven. It will be hot! Now, hold yourself back from tearing into them. Give them a moment, okay, a few seconds to cool. Wait for it...
Okay, now! Go ahead and enjoy your very own bacon cupcake!
Quick And Easy
This is a complete breakfast that's perfect for a leisurely brunch or a quick break-fast-on-the go. It's so easy to get the ingredients together the night before and have it cooking in the oven while you get ready to take on the day!