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I'm bacon'd out. Bring on the sausage craze.
@parallel-lines I'll bet that, instead of lining the bottom of the pan with small pieces of bacon, you could use sausage patties...
This will be the death of me. How many of these to you think you can eat at once before your heart explodes with love?
Also, obviously, I'm disappointed because I don't see where Qream fits into this cupcake recipe.
@dr.funke qreamosas - champagne and qream mixed together. For best results use Andre blush.
@dr.funke I believe you can top them with butterqream frosting.
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Also, I think that song is going to be my heatwave theme of the day. I'm going to listen to it while I sip iced qream and sit in front of the air conditioner.
@Ophelia That song! It's like if Blonde Redhead decided to provide a soundtrack of exactly how I feel right now.
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I am having company next weekend and was planning brunch on a budget (because we none of us can afford to actually go to brunch, plus one girl doesn't drink? Thus negating the most important/pleasant part of brunch), and these will be perfect. Yay!
Ugh towards the end I just kept saying "Cut one of them babies open! Cut it open! I WANT TO SEE IT ON THE INSIDE, CUT IT OPENNNN"
But they never did. ): Is the yolk runny on the inside? Chalky? Jelly? Inquiring, egg-loving minds need to know!!
@gigglefest It seems like 15 min at 400 degrees would put the yolk in the jelly/chalky range. I'm extrapolating from coddling, which is at boiling water (212) for about 5 min for a runny/jelly yolk. I've never cooked an egg in the oven (besides frittata), so maybe it's way different?
@gigglefest I wanted that so bad too...Im gonna make these, but I'm scrambling that egg for sure!
@Swisschard You are spot on. It would be in the jelly range. I know because I JUST MADE THESE. Although I only had mine in for 12 minutes because my oven runs hot.
I'm totally making these tomorrow! My BF is going to love me! :D
Any idea how long to cook them for runny yolks? Sounds to me like 8-10 minutes might do it. Can anyone confirm?
@ReginaSavage i was thinking same thing. probably less, well if you take peeks every minute or 2 you can probably tell when it's ready. i was thinking of frying up a potato medallion and using it as the base for it to sit on top of? or a crostini.
Just a tip! You can also add Biscuit to these. Just put in the biscuit first, then in the oven and eyeball it while you're cooking the bacon/getting other things ready. When the biscuit is golden brown take it out and do the rest. Soooo gooood!
YES this will be perfect for my Galentine's Day brunch on Sunday
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@Swisschard You are spot on. It would be in the jelly range. I know because I JUST MADE THESE. Although I only had mine in for 12 minutes because my oven runs hot. what does bubblegum casting do ?
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