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These hand-held egg cups nestled into crispy wonton wrappers are fun to eat, easy to make, and a fantastic way to increase your protein intake! Instead of stopping on your way to work or skipping breakfast altogether, set the tone for a great day by prepping them ahead of time and reheating (just pop one in the toaster oven) before you head out the door.
If you love runny yolks and would rather keep your yolks intact, you can simply crack one egg over the top of each cup after filling it with veggies and cheese, and sprinkle it with the seasonings in place of the whisked eggs. Then bake until eggs reach your desired level of doneness.
Want to add some pizzaz to your egg cups? Try topping them with chopped green onion, sour cream, Greek yogurt, pico de gallo, everything bagel seasoning, hot sauce, or all of the above!
If you're a meat lover, try adding chopped ham, bacon, or crumbled turkey to your cups before pouring in the egg mixture.
Leftovers can be stored up to 4-5 days in an airtight container in the fridge. Reheat in the toaster oven for crispy cups or microwave if preferred.
I make extras to keep in the freezer. Just pop them in frozen in the microwave for 30 seconds.
Sounds like a great idea, Gayle! Thanks for sharing this helpful tip!
These are great. So easy and delicious. I shared the recipe with family and friends too!
We're so glad you enjoyed the recipe, Karen! Thanks for giving it a try and sharing it too!
These are wonderful, and so pretty! Making them for the second time now, and using feta with the spinach. Just a note while rereading the recipe - ingredients list should say 24 wonton wrappers!
We're so glad you've been enjoying the recipe, Tracy! These egg cups are always a yummy bite to wake up to. Great catch on that recipe mix-up, we'll have our team fix this asap!
No links anywhere to the wonton wrappers!
Hi Patty! You can check any local grocery aisle for the wonton wrappers. Sometimes they are near the refrigerated produce section, at other stores they may be in a specialty or international foods aisle. We hope you enjoy the recipe!
The photo with this recipe seems to show a whole unbeaten egg baked into the wonton cups, but the recipe text indicates the eggs should be whisked with seasonings before pouring into the wonton cups. I’m stumped... are there instructions for cooking the eggs unbeaten?
Great question, Donna Rae! We love preparing these wonton egg cups both ways, though the instructions do outline a beaten egg method. If you're a runny yolk lover and would like to use whole eggs instead, we suggest skipping the beating step and instead cracking one egg into each cup to nestle it atop the yummy veggies and cheese. You'd then want to sprinkle any salt or spices you'd like overtop the cups (we suggest skipping the final sprinkle of cheese) before popping them in the oven! Bake time may vary according to how you prefer your yolks, so we would also encourage checking these wonton cups a little early to prevent overcooking. We can't wait to hear how it goes!
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