Scotched Eggs

As a lot of you know I often make breakfasts that are quick and easy to grab and go. Kenny works really early and leaves the house by 5:00AM every morning. This means he needs something he can eat while on his way to work, that will give him energy, and will give him enough to keep him full. He also likes variety. So I asked him yesterday what he would like for the next few days and he chose Scotched Eggs.

A friend of his from work actually introduced us to Scotched Eggs a couple of years ago. We had never heard of them, and honestly, were a little scared to try them! But they are seriously AMAZING! You can use any kind of sausage and spices you want, make them more savory for a dinner or appetizer dish, or like we did today for breakfast! It is quick and easy to make, delicious tasting, and something that is easily reheated in the morning for Kenny’s breakfast! I hope you enjoy them as much as we do!

Ingredients:

  • Eggs, hard boiled
  • Sausage (we chose maple flavored because we are using them for breakfast and YUM!)
  • Bread crumbs (again you can use plain bread crumbs or seasoned bread crumbs depending on what you are making them for)

Directions:

Boil your eggs for about 11-12 minutes.

Rinse them and let them cool completely. If they are still warm the sausage won’t stick properly.

Peel your eggs

Make a thin patty with your sausage.

Place an egg on top of the sausage patty,

Wrap the sausage around the egg and form a “snow ball”, making sure the sausage is secure and free of holes.

Roll in bread crumbs.

Place coated eggs on to a cookie sheet. I covered my cookie sheet in foil for easy clean up.

Bake at 400 degrees (204 degrees Celsius) for about 30-35 minutes.

Serve and enjoy!!

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