Today's recipe would be exceptional for a weekend brunch, or even "breakfast for dinner". (My dad used to cook us "breakfast for dinner" every once in awhile...my sister and I always loved it).
Mika, from Mika's Pantry shared this recipe with us today. Mika is a working mom with a wonderful husband and 3 fabulous kids. Mika and Jim have two biological boys, Tyler (20), and Tanner (18) who will both be going to Oklahoma State University in the Fall. They are all big O-State fans! They also have a daughter, Bay who was adopted from South Korea when she was only 4 months old.
Mika's passions are cooking, cookbooks, reading, knitting, her Papillon puppy, and being outdoors. She mainly blogs for fun, but she always hopes other people can enjoy it and find a recipe that they love from reading her blog. Thanks Mika, for sharing this recipe!
Potato Skin Eggs
2-4 potatoes cut in half, length-wise
one egg for each potato half
2 tbs granulated garlic
additional toppings if desired
Scoop out the flesh of the potato leaving a 1/4 shell and fill with cheese. Crack your eggs, being careful not to break the yolk, and put one egg in each potato half. Top with a good amount of granulated garlic. Bake at 350 degrees for about 20 minutes or until the egg is set.
Serve with sour cream, salsa, bacon, green onions or any additional toppings and enjoy!
|(Image credit Mika)|