1795 Acorn Inn Bed and Breakfast (Canandaigua, New York)

Nested Eggs

March 3rd, 2014 by Innkeeper

Feta Cheese
Pesto Sauce

Spray a muffin tin with Pam – This recipe allows you to make from one to twelve.

Cut ham slices in half and arrange in tin to cover bottom and sides. Use a few leafs of spinach to fill in any gaps. Sprinkle Feta – just a bit. Crack egg – don’t worry if it goes over the ham. Sprinkle salt and pepper to taste. Add more feta. Dollop a few bits of pesto.

Bake at 350 for 18-20 minutes based on whether you like your eggs slightly runny or fully cooked. Check on them at 15 minutes. Run a knife around the edge and lift them out of the tin.

Serve one to two eggs per plate.

2 thoughts on “Nested Eggs

  1. Mary Adams

    Dear Sheryl,
    I think often of what a delicious and wonderful stay I had at your beautiful Inn in June of this year. I am sorry not to have written before now. I hope more sculpture workshop students will stay at your inn in the future. Having the hot tub and your terrific breakfasts put me in good stead for difficult and concentrated work. I plan to try making your Nested Eggs for friends this weekend. Thank you for your generosity in sharing this and other recipes.
    All the best to you!
    Sincerely, Mary

    1. Innkeeper


      So happy to hear from you. I am now the one a little late. I see you posted about a month ago. No worries though. Time does not matter. I am glad you enjoyed your stay. How did your Nested Eggs turn out? Oddly enough, I just made them this morning. Happy Thanksgiving and Holidays to you and your family.


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