Eggs en Cocotte with Leftover Ham or Turkey

Happy Boxing Day!

You’re probably recovering from cooking a feast on Christmas Day…
You might feel you deserve a bit of a break today…

Well, sorry to break the news, but unless you live alone {even then – you still need to eat a good breakfast}, you are probably relied upon to conjure up something fabulous and filling for breakfast!

Eggs en cocotte with leftover ham or turkey might be in order…

Eggs en Cocotte with leftover ham or turkey {LCHF, Banting}

These little baked egg pots, or ‘eggs en cocotte’ are ridiculously easy and relatively quick to prepare.

They also take care of some leftovers – yay – and you’re bound to have all the ingredients in your fridge, so no need to even pop to the shops.

Eggs en Cocotte with Leftover Ham or Turkey

  • Servings: 1
  • Time: 40mins
  • Difficulty: easy
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You will need:

2 eggs
a dash cream {1 tbsp.}
leftover ham or turkey, cut into small pieces
Parmesan cheese
fresh basil, shredded

Place the pieces of ham or turkey in the bottom of a ramekin or small dish and add the herbs.
Add the eggs, pierce the yolks and season.
Add the cream and the Parmesan.

Bake at 180C in a water bath {place the ramekins in a roasting dish, filled halfway with water} for 25-30 minutes.

*This makes one serving – just repeat for each person

Eggs en Cocotte with leftover ham or turkey {LCHF, Banting}

This is a great breakfast to prepare for a lot of people, as it’s quick and easy and doesn’t require lots of work.
Just assemble and pop them into the oven.

Enjoy with a glass of bubbly 😉

Here are a few more breakfasts that are quick & easy to prepare:

Low Carb Breakfast Bowls
Eggacado
Breakfast Cookout

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