6 Reviews

Don't know about brunch but it certainly made for a fantastically filling lunch. I scaled back for 1 serve and used 2 small eggs, 35 grams cream cheese, orange capsicum, spring onion and as my tin of corn was 125 grams I put half in with the cream cheese and sauted the other half off with the capsicum and spring onion, loved the hint of chilli as I was eating this very tasty dish. Thank you JustJanS, made for Make My Recipe.

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I'mPat March 30, 2012

This was a very delicious treat for dinner tonight! The kids ate it right up and it reheated nicely for DH who arrived home later. The only different I did was omit the corn. Thanks for a keeper! I served this with my homemade bread for a very filling meal. :) Made for the June 2010 Aussie/NZ recipe swap.

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Chef on the coast June 08, 2010

Absolutely delicious new way to eat eggs and stay low carb and no wheat (when omitting the bread altogether for some of us). I, too, served it with a small salad and fresh, sliced tomatoes... we couldn't get enough. Thanks so much for this new idea for "eggs".

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sher440 January 13, 2009

Easy to make tasty brunch. I cut the recipe back to 2 eggs - one serving. There were leftovers to be enjoyed on a sandwich later. I didn't add any corn- for one seving I didn't want to open a tin but I am sure it would be delish in the recipe. Instead of red capsicum I used yellow (supply & demand). This would be an easy recipe to make for a crowd Thanks Jan for another do-again recipe

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Bergy June 22, 2008

OMG! These eggs were so delicious I confess to saving a some for later from my Christmas brunch. I even left out the bacon so they would be my veggie option. They were a HUGE hit. Thanks for posting!

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TheDiva1959 January 14, 2008

People on low carb diets (like Somersizing and Atkins) are always looking for different ways to eat eggs. This is an excellent way to have your protein, and although we had this as an easy supper instead of brunch, this made a wonderful meal. I left out the bacon for religious reasons, and I left out the corn because that's off the diet. Instead of the can of corn I subbed a can of chopped mushrooms. I also nixed the toast, but these eggs are delicious on their own, with a salad on the side.

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Mirj July 21, 2003
Brunch Eggs