• Cheesy Egg Mummy for Halloween

    by Dorothy Reinhold on October 25, 2015


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    Halloween shouldn’t be just for sweet treats, should it?

    How about some tricks…a spooky breakfast for Halloween morning?

    Just 3 main ingredients give you all kinds of food fun. What are you waiting for?

    Cheesy Egg Mummy recipe makes a spooky Halloween breakfast. Just 3 ingredients and a lot of food fun. | ShockinglyDelicious.com

    Cheesy Egg Mummy

    Prep Time: 1 minute

    Cook Time: 3 minutes

    Total Time: 4 minutes

    Yield: Serves 1

    A little cheese on a simple fried egg over easy makes a great Halloween Cheesy Egg Mummy. Boo!

    Ingredients

    Directions

    1. Heat a small frying pan or skillet and add bacon fat or olive oil, whichever you will be using.
    2. When hot, crack the egg into the skillet and turn the heat down to low.
    3. While egg is cooking, cut several slices of cheese and then cut the slices into thin strips. The strips can be different lengths.
    4. When egg is halfway done, flip it over using a spatula. When the yolk is cooked nearly to your liking (I like mine firm; others like them more runny), turn the heat off and move the skillet to a cool burner. Let the egg cool for 1-2 minutes. (If you apply cheese to piping hot egg, it will melt and the wrapping won't be distinguishable as strips.)
    5. Apply cheese strips to resemble mummy wrapping, and put 2 eyes peeking out.
    6. Enjoy with Halloween gusto!
    7. Serves 1.

    Notes

    Recipe source: Dorothy Reinhold | Shockingly Delicious

    http://www.shockinglydelicious.com/cheesy-egg-mummy/

    Ingredients for Cheesy Egg Mummy for Halloween Kerrygold

    It only takes a couple of ingredients to make this kind of fun.

    Cheesy Egg Mummy eyeballs on ShockinglyDelicious.com

    I can’t get over the eyeballs!

    Cheesy Egg Mummy is delicious on ShockinglyDelicious.com

    Grab your fork!

    Disclosure: Kerrygold sent the cheese for recipe development. 



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