Egg Cloud English Muffins Recipe

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Our family just became English muffin lovers. We thought we knew English muffins, but we were recently introduced to Bays English Muffins and are hooked. Bays English Muffins are fluffy, tasty…and have a freshness you can taste. Once toasted, they are filled with crispy edges that are so good, especially when filled with melted butter. After more than 80 years of family tradition, adhering to the authentic, original recipe My boys are begging for them at every meal…they are good for breakfast, lunch and dinner and pair perfectly with many of our meals.

So where do you find Bays English Muffins? You will NOT find them on the bread aisle. These English muffins are carefully chilled for freshness. Look in the REFRIGERATED DAIRY CASE NEXT TO THE EGGS AND MILK. There are sourdough, multi-grain and cinnamon raisin varieties of Bays English muffins, so the options are endless.

I am always looking for new and exciting meal ideas for my boys, and since we are all on an English muffin kick, I’ve been trying a bunch of recipes available on the Bays English Muffin website. You can definitely enjoy English muffins anytime of day – not just for breakfast. Bays chefs are proving the versatility of English muffins with creative recipes for appetizers from Bacon, ​Beer & Cheddar English ​Muffin Wedges, mini pizzas, sandwiches, melts, paninis, burgers, and sides like garlic bread. Of course, we are still enjoying our English muffins at breakfast. They are perfect for on the go…and can be filled with anything you’d like.

Last week, for dinner, I made a new recipe for our family dinner – Egg Cloud English Muffins. They are sort of a twist on avocado toast and an ELEVATED English muffin sandwich…and were so good, I wanted to share the recipe.

check this out…

Two fluffy cloud like eggs seasoned with parmesan cheese and topped with a runny yolk, set atop two tasty toasted Bays English Muffins, with smashed avocado and bacon, and garnished with chives. we are obsessed!

so, how do you make Egg Cloud English Muffins? They are pretty easy if I do say so myself.

Egg Cloud English Muffins

In a bowl, separate the egg whites from the egg yolks. You will need one egg for each English muffin half. Save the egg yolks for later.

Next, season the egg whites. As you probably know, egg whites are pretty tasteless, so season them now with salt and pepper and parmesan cheese if you’d like.

Using an electric mixer, beat the egg whites until fluffy and they make peaks.

Now, preheat the oven to 450º.

Spoon the fluffy egg whites onto a greased sheet pan.

Place the egg clouds into the oven and bake for 2 minutes. Then remove and place the egg yolks on top. Bake for an additional 4 minutes.

Remove from oven. They will be slightly browned and ready to eat immediately. Have your toppings and English muffins toasted and ready to layer the toppings on.

Start by spreading avocado on top of each buttered Bays English Muffin half, then sprinkle with parmesan cheese. Place two slices of bacon on the muffin. Then finish off with an egg cloud. A sprinkle of chives completes the Egg Cloud English Muffin. Of course you can add whatever you’d like on your muffin sandwich – veggies, tomatoes, meats, etc.

Everyone loved them!

Trust me, Bays English Muffins are worth a try. Next time you are getting some eggs are milk, check your grocery dairy case and try a pack. I can’t wait to try the he cinnamon raisin Bays English muffin variety. I bet I could create a yummy recipe around them.

And in the meantime, here is the Egg Cloud English Muffins Recipe and a short video at the end.

Egg Cloud English Muffins

Ingredients
1 pack Bays English Muffins
8 eggs
1 Avocado
Bacon
Parmesan cheese, grated
Salt & Pepper
Chives

Directions
Preheat the oven to 450º.

In a bowl, separate the egg whites from the egg yolks. You will need one egg for each English muffin half. Save the egg yolks for later. Next, season the egg whites. As you probably know, egg whites are pretty tasteless, so season them now with salt and pepper and parmesan cheese if you’d like.

Using an electric mixer, beat the egg whites until fluffy and they make peaks. Spoon the fluffy egg whites onto a greased sheet pan.

Place the egg clouds into the oven and bake for 2 minutes. Then remove and place the egg yolks on top. Bake for an addition 4 minutes.

Remove from oven. They will be slightly browned and ready to eat immediately. Have your toppings and English muffins toasted and ready to layer the toppings on.

Start by spreading avocado on top of each buttered Bays English Muffin half, then sprinkle with parmesan cheese. Place two slices of bacon on the muffin. Then finish off with an egg cloud. A sprinkle of chives completes the Egg Cloud English Muffin. Of course you can add whatever you’d like on your muffin sandwich – veggies, tomatoes, meats, etc. Enjoy!

Check out this short video.

{Disclosure: This is a sponsored post. All thoughts and opinions are 100% my own. }

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Comments

  1. Donelle Anderson says:

    Can’t wait to try this!!!!

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