Overnight Egg Cups ~ Trudeau

Mother’s Day is coming up this weekend….yes, THIS weekend!! Did it sneak up on anyone else or just me? My husband is pretty great at making my day special and I have tickets to Stars on Ice to celebrate with my mom, so with the weather forecast on our side for a fabulous weekend, I know I don’t need to worry about a thing. 

But soooo often I hear about those Dad’s out there that aren’t up to snuff in the kitchen so I’m going to make it really, really easy for him, or you if you don’t trust to leave your kitchen in his care, or heck older kids can actually handle this one all on their own. These Overnight Egg Cups are warm wholesome goodness, and since they are prepped the night before, you can go ahead and sleep in on Mother’s Day! (you’re welcome!)

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To make these you are going to need a set of ramekins. If don’t have some already they are a great thing to have in your baking cupboard. You can use them for all types of little casseroles like this breakfast one, but also a ton of desserts require these, and they make a cute holder for dips, spreads and appetizers too. Mine are from Trudeau, and come in a 4 pack. Each pack has a black, turquoise, purple and pink cup for some fun variety. Trudeau is the No. 1 supplier of quality Kitchen and Table Products in North America and is known throughout the world for its high quality products. They have a lot of great silicone products for baking that I love and these ramekins are no different. Because they are silicone, the baked dish just pops right out of the cup with no fuss, muss or mess! I could literally just stick my fork into the egg bake and pull up, they popped right out! They can be stacked inside eachother for storing and are dishwasher safe. 

 

Overnight Egg CupsOvernight Egg Cups

Mini Baked Egg Casseroles

Ingredients

5 large eggs
1 cup milk
1 cup shredded cheese (any flavour)
dash of salt
1/4 tsp pepper
1 cup of diced ham ( or broccoli, mushrooms, etc)
1 cup cubed bread

Directions

In a large bowl, whisk eggs, milk, cheese, salt and pepper together. Stir in ham and bread. Coat the inside of the ramekins with cooking spray (even if you are using the silicone ones). Pour egg mixture into ramekins and cover with plastic wrap. Refrigerate overnight or until ready to bake. (I have prepped mine in the morning for lunch before and they turned out great)

Preheat oven to 350 F. Remove plastic wrap and place ramekins on cookie sheet. You’ll be able to transfer the whole lot this way and your eggs will likely run over. Bake for 30 min or until the tops are golden brown and the egg is cooked through. Your casserole will literally double in size! It’s a fabulous sight!! I wish I had someone near to snap a picture while I pulled these out, because they will sink back down quite quickly.

overnight egg cups - mom vs the boysYou can serve them in the ramekin or pop them out, it’s up to you. Kids will probably find them easier to eat removed. 

Feel free to play around with your favourite omellete ingredients, they are great with broccoli, onions, mushrooms, peppers, etc and you can cater to each person’s likes since they are in individual cups and different colours, so no mixing them up!

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Overnight Egg Cups ~ Trudeau
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Recipe type: breakfast casserole
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Serves: 4
 
Ingredients
  • 5 large eggs
  • 1 cup milk
  • 1 cup shredded cheese (any flavour)
  • dash of salt
  • ¼ tsp pepper
  • 1 cup of diced ham ( or broccoli, mushrooms, etc)
  • 1 cup cubed bread
Instructions
  1. In a large bowl, whisk eggs, milk, cheese, salt and pepper together. Stir in ham and bread. Coat the inside of the ramekins with cooking spray (even if you are using the silicone ones). Pour egg mixture into ramekins and cover with plastic wrap. Refrigerate overnight or until ready to bake. (I have prepped mine in the morning for lunch before and they turned out great)
  2. Preheat oven to 350 F. Remove plastic wrap and place ramekins on cookie sheet. You'll be able to transfer the whole lot this way and your eggs will likely run over. Bake for 30 min or until the tops are golden brown and the egg is cooked through. Your casserole will literally double in size, but will sink back down quite quickly.

oven mitts

 

If you don’t have a good set of oven mitts, you should! Ask for a pair for Mother’s Day 😉 These ones are also from Trudeau. They are thin and comfortable with anti-slip silicone grip and long enough to provide wrist and forearm protection. The wide opening makes it easy to slip on and off while cooking or baking and they are great for outdoor grilling. They look big, and when they fit my husband well, I was sure they wouldn’t fit my small hands as well, but they did. Just a little roomy because my hands are quite petite. They are so much easier for handling items than regular oven mitts. 

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Comments

  1. Creme Brule

  2. Victoria Ess says:

    I’d make chocolate souffle.

  3. tanyab79 says:

    Egg muffins or I should say cups lol. Love making egg muffins and make them often. They are quick and convenient.

  4. Yum!

  5. CL Chin says:

    creme brulee or a souffle

  6. The possibilities of spicing and fillings are infinite. I will be trying these.

  7. Laurie P says:

    eggs, zucchini, onion, parmesan…..yummy!

  8. Crème Brûlée

  9. Vesper Meikle says:

    I would probably make a souffle

  10. Heidi c. says:

    I would make individual chicken pot pies.

  11. Melinda says:

    I would make custard.

  12. Tina L. says:

    Crème Brûlée

  13. leanne says:

    I would make creme caramel

  14. Jeannie says:

    I would make a dark chocolate creme brulee

  15. Lynda Cook says:

    I have a set of ramekins, but sadly right now they are sitting on the shelf collecting dust, but I did buy them because I want to make creme brulee, and everytime I say I’m going to make it never happens..lol..but I will make this recipe looks very good!! now I have a reason to pull them off the shelf!!

    • momvstheboys says:

      lol I always have good intentions when I buy stuff too! lol time to think outside the box and dust them off!

  16. Elizabeth Matthiesen says:

    I’d try your recipe, sounds delicious and then I’d try Creme Brulee. Love the colourful ramekins. 🙂

  17. I’d love to try this recipe or maybe lava cakes

  18. Francine says:

    Creme Brulee!

  19. Silvia D says:

    i would make chocolate lava cakes.

  20. Susan Patterson says:

    I would make apple crisp dessert- thank you!

  21. I would probably make something like the overnight egg cups!

  22. Judy Cowan says:

    I would put Molten Lava Cakes in them!

  23. creme brulee

  24. Doris H says:

    I would make a souffle

  25. Doris Calvert says:

    Banana and coconut muffin or cake

  26. I would use them to make custard or brownie pudding.

  27. I’d try my hand at creme brulee

  28. hot artichoke dips. thanks

  29. I would make creme brulee

  30. Brenda Lacourciere says:

    I would make crème brulee

  31. Soozle says:

    Id like to try to make your recipe for the egg cups 🙂

  32. Lisa H says:

    I`d try your overnight egg cup recipe. It sounds really good!

  33. Juliee Fitze says:

    I would make custard in them .

  34. Carol M says:

    I’d try a souffle

  35. Jennifer L. says:

    I’d love to make dark chocolate lava cakes.

  36. I would try the egg cup recipe, looks delish

  37. I’d make custard and definitely try the egg cup recipe

  38. Emily C says:

    chocolate lava cakes

  39. Wendy hutton says:

    I would make bread pudding

  40. Florence Cochrane says:

    I would make rice pudding and souffles

  41. Amber Y says:

    I’d make baked cinnamon and walnut stuffed apples as well as dark chocolate pudding and then I’d love to give mini souffles a try!!

  42. Angela Massis says:

    Creme Brulee

  43. Belinda McNabb says:

    I would make some shepherds pie

  44. Elizabeth Vlug says:

    I would make Crème Brulee

  45. Debbie S. says:

    Well i had Creme Brullee in a restaurant just lately and thought it was amazingly delicious so i would try my hand at that.

  46. I would make chocolate lava cakes

  47. I would make some sort of souffle to start

  48. Stephanie LaPlante says:

    Most definitely Creme Brulee!

  49. Andrea Amy says:

    I would make individual fudge cakes 🙂

  50. Erika Belanger says:

    Creme Brulee yumm!!

  51. Creme Brulee 🙂

  52. Lee-Ann says:

    I think I would try mini quiches first

  53. Gillian Morgan says:

    I would make chocolate pudding cakes.

  54. JaimeeM says:

    Lava cakes! Definitely lava cakes

  55. Brenda Witherspoon-Bedard says:

    I think I would make chicken pot pies first

  56. nicolthepickle says:

    I would make little ham a la king dishes with biscuits on top.

  57. Angela M says:

    Quiche

  58. Carol Denny says:

    I would make creme brulee

  59. Dayna Wilson says:

    I’d make mini cheesecakes.

  60. Crime brulee

  61. Samorjj says:

    Apple crisp with vanilla ice cream

  62. janissori says:

    Mmmmm…creme brulee….

  63. I would make some mini apple pies

  64. ivy pluchinsky says:

    Creme Brule

  65. Yum! Yum!

  66. Mini Meatloaves…. I like mine Mexican style with salsa & spices… the kids just like them wiht BBQ sauce.

  67. Bailey Dexter says:

    I would love to make creme brulee & not worry about burning myself!

  68. Nate Fuller says:

    Some mini meat pies would be awesome!

  69. Andrew P says:

    Creme Brule

  70. Eldon L says:

    I would make creme brulee

  71. Kelley Moore says:

    Lava Cake

  72. Sherry K says:

    I would make baked custard.

  73. I’d try Creme Brulee

  74. Suzanne G says:

    I would make bread pudding.

  75. I’d try your egg cups recipe. I’d also try a similar version I make, using Pillsbury dinner rolls, with scrambled egg, ham, and cheese baked into the middle. They’re also a very tasty (freezable) quick breakfast option.

  76. Pudding, although to be fair it wouldn’t be me that makes it, instead it would be my husband – he makes a mean vanilla pudding!

  77. Theresa C. says:

    I would make little individual Yorkshire puddings! 😉

  78. I would make creme brulee

  79. I would make bread pudding.

  80. souffle!

  81. Treen Goodwin says:

    I would make creme brulee , thanks for the chance 🙂

  82. I’d make panna cotta in my set of ramekins.

  83. I think I’d try your Overnight Egg Cups first…they sound so yummy!

  84. Dumplings!

  85. Mon Stan says:

    Individual pot pies or Shepard’s pies would be great!

  86. Kristian Weavers says:

    Pudding of some sort..bread maybe?

  87. Lindsey says:

    I would try the egg cups!

  88. Coralie Buttigieg says:

    Little lava cakes.

  89. Theresa Jones says:

    Creme Brullee

  90. Crème Brullle

  91. chocolate mousse

  92. Taylor Hawkins says:

    Mini cheesecakes! 🙂

  93. aarone mawdsley says:

    i would make custard pies

  94. Cairine says:

    I would make individual rice puddings.

  95. I’d make rice pudding.

  96. Ivan Plumridge says:

    Bread puddings

  97. I would make rice pudding.

  98. Jeannie S says:

    I would make creme brûlée or baked custard in my mini ramekins.

  99. Kevin L says:

    I remember seeing ramekins used for the first time on . . I think Top Chef? . . and knowing Top Chef, I’m betting it was for creme brulee which is something I’d definitely like to try and see if it’s as hard to make as everyone says it is.

  100. Elaine Buonsante says:

    I would like to make your recipe for Egg Cups, especially great when you have overnight company or someone coming over for brunch.

  101. Donnie Ball says:

    Chicken pot pies

  102. Creme brule!

  103. Rachel C. says:

    I would make some creme brulee!

  104. My favourite – creme brulee!

  105. Gina bergman says:

    Mini quiche

  106. I would make a seafood dish containing shrimp, scallops and cheese. Mmmm….

  107. Dayle B. says:

    Would make a tasty raspberry Creme Brule.

  108. Caroline M. says:

    I would attempt a molten lava cake.

  109. Debbie F says:

    I would try the egg recipe that you listed.

  110. lucie landry says:

    J’
    aime les produits Trudeau

  111. Barbara Hall says:

    Mini shepard pies

  112. This recipe looks awesome!

  113. mrdisco says:

    a chicken pot pie

  114. Definitely creme brule!

  115. Gina Fleury says:

    Mini saskatoon pies.

  116. creme brulee would be good!

  117. The recipe listed above looks good, might give it a try

  118. I would make the recipe on your blog.

  119. Samantha K says:

    Mini sweet potato souffles 🙂

  120. carolyn g says:

    I would make bread pudding

  121. Ariel C says:

    pannacotta!

  122. Tammi L. says:

    Chocolate Lava Cakes!

  123. Robyn Bellefleur says:

    I would make creme brulee.

  124. Lauraleigh says:

    I would make little mini-meatloaves! With cheese & barbeque ssauce in the middle 🙂

  125. Jennifer D says:

    Crème Brulee! It is my favorite!

  126. I would make individual red velvet cakes.

  127. pudding – i have a recipe somewhere from Egg Farmers….that i really wanted to try, but it called for ramekins, and i didn’t have any.

  128. JAMES DASILVA says:

    Banana muffins

  129. I would Make Lava Cakes Love these So many uses. Thanks for the chance.

  130. SweetPanda says:

    I would make creme brulee

  131. Julie Bolduc says:

    Creme Brulee for sure yummy

  132. Julie Smith says:

    Hmmm . I’ve never used ramekins to MAKE things – only to have ingredients on hand or to serve appetizers – I might try making small brownie cups, though!

  133. Angela Mitchell says:

    They look like the perfect size from Creme Brulee!

  134. kathy thorn says:

    The overnight egg cups recipe look really good. I would like to try them.

  135. LILLIAN BROWN says:

    I would make Maple Crème Brûlée

  136. Banana muffins

  137. Carolle H says:

    First try would be chocolate cake

  138. Beatrice P says:

    Mini Brownies!

  139. Mini apple crumble

  140. chris arnott says:

    banana chocolate chip muffins

  141. I would certainly experiment with a few different things.

  142. Melanie Borhi says:

    coconut milk crème brulee

  143. Jennifer Williams says:

    Creme brulee! I’m a sucker for it 🙂

  144. I wanna try that egg cup recipe and I think they’re also the perfect size for individual apple crisp! 🙂

  145. Sara Rai says:

    Chocolate cake

  146. Alison s says:

    The soufflé or lava cakes

  147. jay nelson says:

    I love the idea of a baked eggy thing – my kids have been complaining that breakfast is boring and it is taking longer to herd them off to school – and eggs give lasting energy.

  148. Melissa F says:

    I like the baked eggs idea!

  149. lynn clayton says:

    lava cakes

  150. Tricia Hope says:

    I would like to try making individual yorkshire puddings

  151. FREDERIC BROWN says:

    would make chocolate lava cakes.

  152. Little chocolate lava cakes, or creme brulee, or really anything. I love to try new baking things.

  153. Colleen Rose says:

    Spinach soufflé

  154. Wanda Bergman says:

    Mini cheesecakes.

  155. robyn paris says:

    i would make creme de pot

  156. Nicole Jubleew says:

    I would make mini bread puddings.

  157. Rachael Bhardwaj says:

    Creme Brulee!

  158. Theresa Smith says:

    I would try your recipe and an apple crisp recipe.

  159. I would use them for mini souffles

  160. Stephanie Galbraith says:

    We would make some creme brule.

  161. roger simmons says:

    Apple Crisp or Creme Broulee

  162. Lisa Davis says:

    custard

  163. I used to have ramekins that looked a little larger than these, and I would make baby chicken pot pies!

  164. Kim Keithline says:

    I would make mini quiches

  165. crème brule

  166. Jennifer Reed says:

    I would make mini blackberry cobblers.

  167. Michelle D says:

    I’d use them to make custard or flan in!

  168. Anita L says:

    I would like to try the Overnight Egg recipe!

  169. Charlene Kuser says:

    I would make some scalloped potatoes.

  170. I would make creme brulee.

  171. Alex Medina says:

    Mini cakes, mini pies, mini everything mmmmm

  172. loucheryl says:

    I would love to try and make a soufflé.

  173. Rosanne Robinson says:

    Your overnight egg cup recipe sounds awesome so definitely would try it and also make a variety of mini pies.

  174. Erika Belanger says:

    I won this set!!! I will definitely try this!! Thanks so much for the awesome idea!!

  175. very cool recipe!! Thanks for sharing…they look easy to make too…bonus!

  176. Dorothy H says:

    nice gloves

  177. I will try these suggestions!

  178. kathy downey says:

    I would make a souffle

  179. Elaine Buonsante says:

    This would be a great recipe when we have friends over!

  180. Valerie Williams says:

    Mini cheesecakes

  181. I am going to make these overnight egg cups.I just love a
    great breakfast idea and these look perfect for over night company too.

  182. Tracy Rafuse says:

    These look so yummy,must try this recipe

  183. Debbie White Beattie says:

    I have to tell you this recipe is so good. I made them and they were a hit!

  184. Elizabeth Matthiesen says:

    I love the idea of pre-making these and storing them in the fridge overnight, a great idea. 🙂

  185. loucheryl says:

    I really want to give these a try this March Break. 🙂

  186. kathy downey says:

    I would probably make the recipe you just made,they look delicious

  187. These overnight egg cups are perfect.I am going to make these tonight and they are going into the oven in the morning! Delicious!

  188. These look and sound really good!! I will have to make for Easter morning 🙂

  189. sarah alexis says:

    I totally need some of those dishes – that recipe looks scrumptious!!!

  190. Lynda Cook says:

    I made these and I wished I had my camera on me, just before I pulled them out of the oven they looked like a souffle, I couldn’t believe how tall they got, after they sunk back down I dug in and they were delicious!!

  191. loucheryl says:

    These look SO GOOD and easy! I’ll have to make them.

  192. Anne Taylor says:

    What a great recipe and easy! Perfect dish to have set up for any day!

  193. Debbie White Beattie says:

    This recipe looks delicious especially because I love egg recipes

  194. Jerry Marquardt says:

    This looks like such a great morning-time recipe. Thanks for the bright way to wake up tomorrow.

  195. Joan G. says:

    What a great way to have eggs ready while you drink your morning coffee.

  196. Rosanne Robinson says:

    I would love to make your egg recipe, it looks delicious and I like that you can mix it up the night before.

  197. Debbie Sherrer says:

    I would make creme brulee and your overnight egg recipe.

  198. Your overnight egg recipe is the answer to all those breakfasts I don’t have time to make and
    this sounds so delicious and easy.

  199. I have added these overnight eggs to my fall menu,thanks

  200. loucheryl says:

    This would be awesome as a back to school lunch!

  201. I use a recipe similar to this for Christmas morning.

  202. I love the convenience of making egg muffins and they are so delicious.Thank you for this awesome post!!

  203. Darlene Demell says:

    I would like to try the egg cups. they look really good.

  204. Chandra O'Connor says:

    This is perfect when having company I like preparing ahead of time, more time to visit then.

  205. jay nelson says:

    I love to bake with little cups – lava cakes are a special treat (served with yogurt on top).

  206. Alison Braidwood says:

    I often scramble for something healthy and easy to eat for breakfast. Maybe if I can trick myself into prepping the night before I’ll be more successful. Pinning.

  207. The nice thing would be that each kid can use the ingredients they want!

  208. Darren Scrubb says:

    Truly different than simply regular eggs, so I definitely want to try out this recipe.

  209. This looks great! Thanks for sharing!

  210. those look really yummy, think we will try to make them!

  211. Great idea for Christmas morning!

  212. Elaine Buonsante says:

    Great presentation! I love breakfast meals that can be prepared the night before and just have to be popped in the oven in the morning.

  213. I have guests coming next weekend and was looking for a breakfast that I could prepare beforehand. This looks perfect!

  214. Those over night egg cups sound delicious.I want to try them!! 🌸☀️

  215. Oh these sound good – I use my cups for molten chocolate cakes… I’m a chocolate fool myself!

    M

  216. kathy downey says:

    My grandkids love these eggs cups,i try to make them every time they stayover

  217. Elva Roberts says:

    This Overnight Egg Cups Recipe is not only a wonderful dish for a Mother’s Day Breakfast but for any special breakfast. I have saved this delicious and easy recipe to my favorites. Thank you for this and the other recipes you post for us.

  218. sherry moffitt says:

    These look delicious and so easy to make.

  219. very nice dish for my family

  220. calvin f. says:

    I think i saw this before already, but want to say this is great. I am an egg lover.

  221. kathy downey says:

    My granddaughter and i had so much fun making these last night,they were delicious this am !!

  222. Elaine Buonsante says:

    I love the idea of prepping the night before and quick cook in the morning. Nice idea for company as well.

  223. denise low says:

    I have not tried this recipe before. But I am will to give it a try. Thank you for sharing.

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