This past week, all that I have been snapping pictures, making mental notes of things that need to go up here, and just never really biting the bullet and getting down to it. This week I ventured to Shreveport, LA for a meeting and spent my Tuesday and Wednesday in the airport. NOT FUN. Shreveport, by the way, is really out there. It’s the north west corner of Louisiana and is REALLY close to where Duck Dynasty is filmed.
We went on a St Patty’s Day run and had some green beer to celebrate. Then went to the St Patty’s Day parade in Southie in Boston. For everyone that isn’t from Boston, Southie is the area of Boston notorious for their Irish population. This is also the place, along with Charlestown, that you see in the movie, The Town. Phenomenal. (Pictures of all of this to follow.)
So, waking up this morning, I decided to start chipping away at my long list of things that I wanted to share. First, and yummiest, are these delicious Cajun Turkey Breakfast Cups. They are the easiest thing in the world to make, but look quite fancy.
|6 Slices of Turkey||6 Eggs|
1. Preheat the oven to 325 degrees. Spray a muffin tin with cooking spray. In each cup, put a slice of turkey lining it.
2. Crack an egg in it.
3. Put it in the oven for 20 minutes or until the egg is cooked through. As soon as it comes out of the oven, tip it with cajun seasoning to your liking.
I used the Louisiana Cajun seasoning that I had received as a gift. It tastes a bit differently than the cajun seasoning that you would get anywhere else. If you have ever had it, you know what I’m talking about. It’s got a bit of salt in the flavor as well.
But, this is the second time that I have made these and am already brainstorming on the different ways that you can spin this. I love how easy these are and how fancy they look. They would be perfect for a brunch or breakfast party. You can make a ton of them at a time and they are yummy.
What are some other ways that you can make these Breakfast Cups??
I’m thinking Ham and Cheese may be a good option.