Sometimes it’s just the small and simple things that matter to show your mother you care. Besides the homemade card and DIY picture frame, the usual bouquet of flowers and chocolate… Why not throw in something else small and thoughtful and unique. Right? Like these. […]
I love Easter morning. Not only does the Easter bunny come, (check out the giant paw prints) and bring us lovely treats —
But it also means BRUNCH.
I’ve been wanting to make egg in a basket’s for a while now. Ever since I discovered them at Trails here in Griffith Park. They make them with pesto and parmesan and it is SO so good. So, I decided to give it a go!
I took a wide mouth mason jar and cut out whole wheat bread into circles. If you have a 3 inch cookie cutter that would also work.
You can roll them out with a rolling pin if you want, but I just kept it simple and left it like so.
*Don’t let the rest of the bread go to waste. I chopped up the scragglers, drizzled it with some olive oil, sprinkled some salt and garlic powder and popped them in the oven for 13 minutes after the egg in the baskets came out and made some homemade croutons with it.*
But let’s focus! I set aside some pesto, parmesan cheese and olive oil.
And then placed each piece into a greased (with olive oil) muffin tin. I then brushed some olive oil on top of the bread, added some pesto in the middle and cracked a whole egg in each cup.
I sprinkled some parmesan cheese, MORE pesto and black pepper on top.
And baked it in the oven at 350 degrees for 12 minutes. Once done, I just carefully popped them out.
Sprinkling some chives on top… These herb scissors by the way, are the best.
And voila. Eggs in a basket with pesto and paremsan. These are so tasty and super easy to make. We gobbled them down in no time.
I would call these everybody friendly. Kids and adults alike! And it was the perfect Easter morning brunch.
Happy Easter, everyone!
Tag #bebeandbear if you try these babies out!
PESTO PARMESAN EGG IN A BASKET
12 pieces of whole wheat bread
1/4 cup of pesto
*PRE HEAT OVEN TO 350 degrees farenheit.
1. Cut out with a 3 inch cookie cutter or a wide mouth mason jar, 12 round pieces of whole wheat bread.
2. Grease muffin tin with olive oil.
3. Place each piece of bread into the muffin tin and press down gently. Brush lightly with more olive oil.
4. Add about a 1/4 tsp of pesto in the middle of each bread.
5. Crack a whole egg into each cup.
6. Add 1/4 tsp more of pesto on top. Sprinkle with parmesan cheese. And add black pepper.
7. Bake in oven for 11-13 minutes. At 350 degrees.
8. Let cool for couple of minutes. Then carefully with a butter knife scrape at sides and gently pull each egg basket out.
9. Sprinkle with chives on top and ENJOY!
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It’s that time of year again. My favorite time of year that is!
And all that comes with it.
Including, the crisper air, the cooler nights and of course all of my fall i-n-s-p-i-r-a-t-i-o-n-s. Here’s my list from last year. And here is — to now.
Rich, fine, luxe velvet. Pup included.
Easy to make, kid-friendly pumpkin pie pops.
Beautiful AND delicious apple cranberry stuffing.
Warm, ankle Sorel boots.
Shearling everything. In every color. Every room.
Minimal rosemary wreath table place cards.
And, last but not least —
This delicious looking cranberry Moscow Mule.
What are some of your Thanksgiving inspirations?
Tag #bebeandbear on Insta with some of your own!
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