This is one of the simplest recipes, although to figure out the cooking temperature and time, I did burn a few eggs.
Baked eggs are one of the most popular breakfast items in the world. If you are like me through all of your kids like eggs differently, whether they are soft boiled, over easy, poached or as my son will call them dunkie eggs. (The type where you dunk your toast into them and coat your toast with the yolk, do you know what I am talking about?)
How do you make the perfect baked eggs?
Well, I’m here today to give you some pointers.
The key to perfect scrambled eggs is to beat the eggs. Now, I’m not talking about the regular beating, I am talking about whisking the eggs, which lets some air enter them when you whisk fast, and your eggs end up nice and fluffy.
What you need for a tool is simple, a good whisk, I have this one, and not only does it work wonders, it is fun to use.
Today’s scrambled eggs are a great way to start any breakfast, filled with protein and vegetables, and it should keep you filled through lunchtime.
I love using my Instant Pot (Pressure Cooker) for all of the recipes, I usually use my burner stove for, they are faster and require less clean up, plus my son travels a ton for hockey, so I can take the Instant Pot (Pressure Cooker) on the road, so it saves me money by not eating out at restaurants, since eating out with 20 hockey-playing boys gets very expensive, very soon.
First tip: If you make these, splurge and get ramekins, when I tried other containers they all failed.
Third Tip: Be generous with the non-stick cooking spray. And if you are using your air fryer a lot. Or plan to, invest in one of these sprayers, Over the long run you will save a ton of money.
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I saw this recently on my newsfeed one day from Pillsbury, and I remember thinking, I'm so trying that. This is a classic ingredient of traditional American breakfast, bacon, egg and a toast product, it was easy to prepare. Note: the eggs are baked not fried.
- 1 roll crescent sheet dough
- 2 eggs
- 4 pieces cooked bacon
- 1 teaspoon salt
- 1/2 teaspoon black pepper
Start by making a crescent square box, for your egg and bacon. I made mine directly on a greased air fryer sheet, so I didn't have to move it.
Then egg the egg in the center of each square. Add the 2 pieces of bacon on the sides.
Then push the tray or place the air fryer basket, into the air fryer, set the temperature to 320 degrees F for 4 minutes. As soon as the egg sets and is cooked, remove.
Plate, serve and enjoy!