Breakfast Baguette

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One of my coworkers, after having spent the weekend overindulging in certain BEvERages with a group of friends, was served this as a morning-after breakfast that totally hit the spot. It takes a while to cook but only minutes to prepare and you can dress it up as much or as little as you want. Preheat your oven to about 425°F and grab your baguette. Or, if you’re a small group, half a baguette.

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Grab yourself a small serrated knife and cut a trough out of the baguette.

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Scoop out enough bread from the baguette that you have a decent-sized hole to put stuff in.

Breakfast Baguette 3Speaking of stuff, grab some of that: onions, mushrooms, tomatoes … you name it. Whatever floats your boat.

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Mix in some grated cheese of your choice and some salt and pepper.

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And now some eggs. For a half-baguette you’ll need about three, beaten. For a whole one, probably about five or six.

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Pour the eggs into the stuff you made and mix it around.

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Spray a baking sheet or dish and plop the bread onto the dish. Then scoop all your eggy stuff carefully into the baguette hole.

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Grate some more cheese on top.

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Bake for about 45 minutes until the egg is fully cooked.

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Slice ‘er up and serve it hot!

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Author: allythebell

A corgi. A small boy. A sense of adventure. Chaos ensues.

10 thoughts on “Breakfast Baguette”

      1. I actually use a REAL BOOK – Better Homes and Gardens cookbook – it has the conversions in the back 🙂 We don’t have gas, but a fan oven, so it’s all kindsa faffing about to get it right.

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      2. Yeah but most of the ovens here are fan ones. I don’t even know if I can turn that bit off… It’s kinda new and I don’t do most of the cooking. I taught himself when we first married and now he does mostly all of our meals. YAY!!!!
        I still have to do the dishes. Non-yay.


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