Breakfast in Bed – Baked Eggs And Valentine’s Day Recipe Round-Up

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2 minutes of prep and 8 minutes in oven, your breakfast is ready! Gooey runny eggs, or soft yolk eggs, or well baked eggs, you decide how you like your baked eggs!

Breakfast in Bed – Baked Eggs Breakfast in Bed – Baked Eggs Ingredients shot

You may love it! You may lothe it! But it arrives every year without fail on February 14 whether you like it or not.

Love is in the air…

And the V day is fast approaching. I and Raj we don’t exactly do Valentine’s Day. At least not in a way we go publicly show off our love for each other. We don’t do human sized teddy bears, big soft red hearts, not even red roses(specially on V Day, they are so highly priced on the day) So no point splurging money on these highly priced stuff just to publicly demonstrate love for each other.

Breakfast in Bed – Baked Eggs

All we need is love….

And small special gestures to say “I love you!” I appreciate you!” “You make my life beautiful” . It could be, giving a hug(well not just of the V day, but every day, or every now and then), Hold hands and say I love you. Or maybe even cook up a breakfast for your loved ones and serve it in bed :D Yes these gestures could make one feel special and loved.

Breakfast in Bed – Baked Eggs

I like to cook something special for the person in my life. It goes without saying; a way to person’s heart is through his stomach. So I like to follow that ;) I do cook a lot for him, that is love right!

Well, what I cook sometimes may be not what he exactly likes. I mean even if I’m cooking something that I like it is still love right? A different kind of love, that’s all! ;)

Since this year Valentine’s day falls on weekend, you have one more reason to celebrate it. Be it the idea of weekend special or V Day special, this breakfast in bed is such a wonderful thing to do for your special ones, at least once in a while! Baked eggs are so simple to make, anybody will be able to make these.

Breakfast in Bed – Baked Eggs

Are you a person who doesn’t do the whole Valentine’s thing either?

How do you show your appreciation to the person in your life?

Are you showing enough appreciation?

Ingredients

Serving 2

4 eggs

A pinch of fresh herbs (you may use any herb that goes well with eggs, thyme, tarragon, parsley, marjoram, anything. I used thyme)

A pinch of salt

A pinch of pepper powder

1 + 1 teaspoon grated cheese

1 + 1 teaspoon cream

Oil for greasing the ramekins

Instructions

1.Grease 2 individual ramekins with oil. Crack 2 eggs into each bowl. Sprinkle some salt and pepper powder.

2. Sprinkle thyme leaves or any other herb you prefer to use. Sprinkle cheese. Pour cream on top.

3. Bake in pre heated oven at 160 degree centigrade for about 6 to 8 minutes if you want to have runny eggs. Bake for about 10 minutes if you prefer soft sticky eggs and bake for about 15 minutes if you prefer well baked eggs. Choice is yours!

4. Your breakfast in bed – baked eggs is ready. Serve it immediately with some toasted bread.

 

Looking for ideas for Valentine’s Day special recipes? I have a few on my blog to help you plan your day.

Chocolate Souffle

Chocolate Souffle

Chocolate Dessert Cups made using Balloons

Chocolate Dessert Cups made using Balloons

10 Minutes microwave boozy chocolate coffee pudding

10 Minutes microwave boozy chocolate coffee pudding

Chocolate and Vanilla panna cotta

Chocolate and Vanilla panna cotta

Vegan Chocolate Espresso Mousse

Vegan Chocolate Espresso Mousse

Spiced Orange Saffron Poached Pears with Chocolate Sauce and Pistachios Sand

Spiced Orange Saffron Poached Pears with Chocolate Sauce and Pistachios Sand

Baked Chocolate Pudding

Baked Chocolate Pudding

Strawberry Souffle

Strawberry Souffle

Surprise inside chocolate hearts cake

Surprise inside chocolate hearts cake

Chocolate Roulade with Orange-Vanilla Filling

Chocolate Roulade with Orange-Vanilla Filling

Molten Lava Cake

 

Molten Lava Cake

 

Devil’s chocolate cake

Devil’s chocolate cake

Neapolitan Cup Cake

 

Neapolitan Cup Cake

One bowl mocha cake

 

One bowl mocha cake

Bourbon Biscuits

 

Bourbon Biscuits

 

 

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8 Responses

  1. Shailaja says:

    Loved your shots especially first one …i love to eat eggs in whatever form it may be …loved that mini pewter plate and creamer pot…

  2. Revathi says:

    Looks so beautiful. My hubby will be more than happy if I serve this for breakfast, any day :-)

  3. What an eye pleasing sight. You have such a large collection of valentines collection jyothi.

    • jyothirajesh says:

      Thanks a lot Sathya. Through this post I realized that I have made a whole lot of chocolate desserts in the past 1 year.. :D

  4. I am not a big fan of breakfast at bed, but I love dinner at bed ;)
    I love eggs and can have 4-5 a day, but I don’t. I eat eggs at breakfast for most of my days at work. Thanks for the recipe Jyo, it looks quiet easy to be done!

    • jyothirajesh says:

      Me neither. I wont mind someone servings breakfast for me in bed, but with 2 kids the possibilities of eating breakfast in bed is almost nil :D Oh I LOVE eggs too, love it in any form :D

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