Prosciutto Egg Drops

Santana made these when we watched the Formula 1 race at their house a few weeks back and Ben got the recipe from her since we both enjoyed them so much.

They’re super easy to make and so far everyone I know who’s tried them can’t get enough.

We had leftover thyme from when we had Sierra and her family over for a BBQ so I decided to make a quick lunch/snack for Ben and I on Sunday.

You’ll need:

  • Olive oil to grease the pan
  • Muffin pan to cook in
  • Prosciutto (12 slices or ~6oz.)
  • Eggs (12 count)
  • Gruyère cheese (1 cup grated)
  • Heavy whipping cream (1/4 cup)
  • 1 teaspoon chopped thyme
  • Salt & pepper to taste

Preheat oven to 365(F) degrees. Then start by lining the muffin pan with olive oil. For this batch I used half the amount of prosciutto (not as recommended because they don’t keep their shape as well nor have the eye appeal) to line the pan like a cupcake wrapper.

Then grab a tablespoon heaped with Gruyère cheese and drop into each cup. Crack an egg into each (without breaking the yolk) and then drizzle with roughly a tablespoon of heavy whipping cream. Top each cup with a sprinkle of thyme as well as salt and pepper.

Pop them into the oven for ~15 min or until set (adjust time depending on how you want the yolk cooked). Then take them out and let them cool. I haven’t had an issue letting them cool in the muffin pan but I’m sure a wire rack is optimal.

…super easy!

Lunch Win

They say pregnancy changes your brain chemistry but does it alter your ability to cook as well? Cause I’ve never been able to make an omelette in my life before and today.. voila!

I set out to make a quick scramble during my lunch break but the base started well enough I figured I would give it a go at making an omelette. Worst case scenario is a scramble anyways!

Somehow it worked. End result being a very yummy thyme & gruyere omelette.