Nestled breakfast eggs recipes are ideal nutritious baked breakfast meal!


These eggs bake are similar to poached eggs. You can use a whole grain bread or bread with seeds such as sunflower to give this Nestled breakfast eggs recipes a little texture.

You can even leave the remainder in the fridge for a maximum of 3 days. That means  you have saved yourself the problem of thinking of what to have for breakfast for those three mornings.

After the breakfast, you can drink a glass or two of fresh pineapple, apple, blueberry or strawberry juice instead of tea.

The preparation time is about 15 minutes while the baking time is approximately 35 minutes. However, it is safe to say that meal will be ready for eating within 45-50 minutes.

The nutritional values of this meal are as follows: Calories 420, Fat, 12g, Carbohydrates 57g, and protein 23g while Fibre is 6g.


1.   4-6 large eggs

2.   4 thick slices of whole grain bread

3.   1 t ground cumin

4.   6 garlic cloves, sliced + 1 red onion sliced thin

5.   1 orange bell pepper, cored, seeded and sliced

6.   2 russet potatoes cut into small cubes

7.   1/2 t of salt + 1/4 t of pepper

8.   1 small head of cabbage, shredded

To cook this Nestled breakfast eggs recipes, start first to adjust the temperature to 450 degrees allowing the oven to preheat.

Now lightly spray the inside and the lid of a cast iron Dutch oven and spread the cumin seeds over the entire bottom of the pan.

Scatter the garlic over the cumin seeds then add the onion, bell pepper and then the potatoes.

Sprinkle the salt and pepper over the top and place the cabbage into the pan and make 4 wells to hold each egg.

Now, carefully break the eggs into the wells leaving the yolk intact.

Don't worry if part of the eggs leak out of the wells. They will still be nestled inside the wells.

Finally, lay a slice of bread over the top of each well and cover and bake for at least 35 minutes or until cooked through.

These are all the cooking of Nestled breakfast eggs recipes are all about. Congratulate yourself for a job well done.  Health benefits of drinking water!

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