Baked Ham & Egg Cuplet

by Lauren

These just might be the cutest little breakfast cuplets ever. Not to mention how tasty they are. My dad probably would have eaten 5 or 6 if I had made enough of them.


Adorable, right? And so simple. My friend Carolina sent me a link to this recipe from Yumsugar and I have literally been thinking about them all week.


You can make these in little ramekins or a muffin tin. I’ve been using ramekins a lot lately…why is everything in a ramekin so adorable? I love mini foods.


Cheese and green onion were the only toppings my mom had on hand. Next time, I want to add a layer of sautéed mushrooms and maybe a little wilted spinach. They shall be called omelet cuplets. Let me know if you test it out!




1 egg

1 thin slices of deli ham (preferably round- I only had rectangles on hand)

sprinkle of cheese

sprinkle of diced scallions

Salt and Pepper


Preheat the oven to 400.  Spray a muffin tin with cooking spray.  Lay a piece of ham in the ramekin of muffin tin.  Crack one egg into the hole and sprinkle with salt and pepper.
Bake the egg for 12-14 minutes, cover with foil if the ham begins to burn on the edges- although I found the crispy part to be particularly tasty. Remove the egg and top with grated cheese and scallions.  Add a layer of sautéed mushrooms and/or spinach for an extra little zest.


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10 Comments to “Baked Ham & Egg Cuplet”

  1. Those look too easy to make! Great for company

  2. Wow – I’m glad I stumbled across your blog. I’m not a fan of ham, but I actually would like to try this!

  3. Looks soooo good! Time for a recipe swap; try these and let me know what you think?

  4. Let me know if you try it out! Glad you stumbled across us :)

  5. Oh my goodness! Those are also very very cute. The boy might appreciate the extra carbs from the bread so I’ll give those a shot! Thanks for sharing.

  6. Sounds great. I am going to try this!!

  7. I know right?! Making mass quantities in a muffin tin would be a perfectly simple little breakfast for all your guests!

  8. Yes, I will have to try this as well. It’s very simple yet unique and I’m sure very yummy. If you don’t mind I added a link to this post from the recipe page on my site. Keep up the great work!

    btw – I think you should add more breakfast posts :)

  9. Lauren

    Not a problem at all Tony! Glad you like it. We love breakfast and definitely try to do as many as we can. It’s difficult to blog about breakfast w/ full time jobs though :(

  10. I cannot wait to try this!! I am usually too rushed for a full bfast but I can make this work!!!