Easy Brunch

23 September 2017

 For my last Scot Food Fort recipe the theme is Brunch and, let's be honest, brunch only happens on days off and it's not something I want to spend a whole lot of time making - so here's my recipe that I got from someone in my Slimming World class for a super easy eggs and bacon brunch, that has a lot of flavour for minimal effort.
You Will Need:
Muffin Tray
Cooking Spray
Scotty Brand Unsmoked Back Bacon
Scottish Eggs
Scottish Cheddar Cheese
2 x Salad Tomatoes

Step 1: Preheat your oven to 170 degrees celsius for a fan, 190 Celsius for a non fan.

Step 2: Spray each of your muffin cases with the cooking spray - not enough to get wet just enough to make sure your bacon doesn't stick.

Step 3: Line each of your muffin cases with bacon - the bottom and sides, the bacon should almost be like the pastry on a pie, it keeps everything else together. If you're following this as a Slimming World, or even just a healthy, low carb recipe, you might want to remove your fat before doing this.

Step 4: Slice up your tomatoes and place a tomato in the bottom of each muffin case.

Step 5: Slice up some cheese and place on top of your sliced tomato. This can be as much or as little cheese as you like (or no cheese at all!) but if you're a Slimming World-er you'll need to measure it out and make sure it fits as your HexA choice. 
 Step 6: Place a few spinach leaves into your cases.

Step 7: Crack an egg into each case. Now, my muffin tray isn't all that big - so I used 4 eggs between 6, so that 2 of my egg and bacon cases were actually egg whites and bacon - they still tasted amazing, so don't worry about it if you can't get a yolk into each case! However, I do intend to get a bigger muffin tray as, as you can see below, I was having difficulty fitting all the ingredients in!
Step 8: Pop your muffin tray into the oven for 15-20 minutes. 

Step 9: Prepare your sides - i.e. grill your asparagus. Of course, you could always serve up with grilled tomatoes on the side instead, or have no sides at all... It's completely optional! 

That's it - serve up and tuck in, low effort but delicious weekend brunch all round! 
It's hard to believe but that's all my Scot Food Fort posts done! I've had such a good time exploring the options for Scottish food and drink and there were so many things I wanted to include that didn't really fit with the theme of the day - so expect more Scottish Food posts from me in the near future! I hope this has been enjoyable for you guys - and that maybe it's opened you up to a few new Scottish things you could be using on a daily basis! For now... back to lipstick!

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