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Potato Scramble - Yummy Goodness

I saw this recipe on pinterest a few days ago
I'm not much for runny egg yolk but I love eggs and I love potatoes so I decided to give it a try. 
Here is what mine looked like.

I cooked them a little longer since I didn't want runny yolks.
They were good but my potatoes were too small so most of the egg whites slipped out leaving just the yolk inside the egg. This also did not leave much room for any cheese or ham. 
All in all it was a great recipe, I just needed some bigger potatoes.

So yesterday when I needed a side dish to go with our chicken, I decided to try the recipe again only a little different. 

8 x8 baking pan
4 Medium sized fully baked potatoes
6 eggs
handful of diced or cubed ham 
Enough cheese to cover the pan

 Cut baked potatoes into chunks and smashed them up a little bit 
then sprinkled them with a small amount salt and pepper.

Crack eggs into a bowl and beat them. 
Dump your eggs on top of the smashed potato chunks.

Add a few chunks of ham then cover with shredded Cheese.

Place back in oven and bake until eggs are no longer runny. 

*NOTE: I baked mine at 400 for 30 minutes, however my oven does not cook well at all.
I would try 350-375 for about 20-25 minutes to start with.

This turned out to be a big hit with the picky eaters as well so it is a definite keeper.

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  1. That sounds delicious--I'm going to try it!

  2. I definitely like your version better! It has to be easier in the long run. I'm going to give this a try for sure!

    Newly following from the Wednesday hop! Thanks for sharing the recipe!

  3. Hi Jamie! This dish looks really tasty! I am now following you too!

  4. Hey, I'm excited to find this as I've been trying to eat more baked potatoes for the potassium, and to avoid wheat. Looks great, I can't wait to try it.

  5. This looks so good! I'll be making this soon!

  6. Sounds delish...and must be good if the picky eaters liked it!

  7. This looks yummy! I might make this for Christmas morning!

  8. Sounds delicious. I often make something like this with hashbrowns, will have to try it with the potatoes! Thanks for sharing at Beyond The Picket Fence.

  9. That looks fantastic! Perfect for breakfast for dinner or a brunch! Thank you for sharing this!
    Thanks for linking up to Making It With Allie this week! I can't wait to see what you have for next week!

  10. Yummy! This looks great! I would love to give it a try. I appreciate you sharing this @ Show & Share!

  11. I like the baking pan method and it sounds like a good hearty and simple recipe . I'm going to try it!

  12. Hi this is my first time on your site. I can't wait to try this recipe. Thanks for sharing.

  13. I love anything with cheese on it, and I like the baking pan method. You could cook baked potatoes, and make extra, and the next night serve it this way. Wishing you a Happy Thanksgiving. Thanks for sharing this and you post and Girls Monster pants (so cute) over at Sunday's Best party.

  14. Thank you so very much for joining in with this week's Pinning & Singing Pinterest Party. This is an amazing recipe and I’m going to repin it right now! I love anything with potato and cheese so this is a winner for sure!

    As this week is a week of giving thanks for our blessings, I would just like to say a very big thank you for your bloggy friendship. It means so much to me!

    Best wishes and Happy Thanksgiving,

  15. That would be a great way to use up leftover bakers! Thanks for sharing at Sunday's Best =)


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