Easy Oven Baked Scrambled Eggs ~ Light, Fluffy, Perfect Scrambled Eggs with Cheese! Baked to Perfection in Your Oven!
Baby it’s cold out there! We spent the weekend hunkered down as much as possible. Real air temperature low as -30 degrees! Add some windchill to that and it felt like -49. Remind me why on earth I live in this frozen tundra please because at this point in the winter I’m wondering why I do.
Let’s just say that scarves are not really as much as a fashion statement around here as a necessity. These colder temps had me wishing for a few more options so I ordered in a bunch of Blanket Scarves over at Drops of Sunshine. They are amazing soft and warm plus totally on a budget. Check them out!
Luckily, it’s supposed to “warm up” to a whopping 30 degrees this week. It will feel like a heat wave and I assure you somewhere some crazy Minnesota will be sporting shorts. Yes, shorts. It’s amazing what people do!
Due to these cold temperatures Miss K’s heart has been broken because all she wants to do is make a snowman. I’m hoping this week that the snow will be sticky enough for her to accomplish this. It’s the highlight of her day when she gets to build a snowman. She comes in the house multiple time asking for carrots, scarves, mittens etc. I may have lost a few items due to dressing snowman over the years!
I always find it so interesting that the cold temperatures don’t seem to effect kids like they do adults. It’s like they are immune to them. Miss K bounds out into the cold weather while her Mamma stays in the house the majority of the time cringing at the thought of embracing the cold weather. Don’t worry I’ve been outside sledding once this winter! Well, I watched and they had fun on the sled. Let’s just say those snow pants don’t exactly button so well at seven months pregnant!
As the weather is colder we love making scrambled eggs for breakfast and dinner. We are rebels like that! It’s the one food that the girls seem to always gobble up and that’s saying a lot. Their taste buds are quite fickle. I don’t have enough patience to stand at the stove and stir scrambled eggs so I’ve made this Baked Scrambled Eggs option. I’ve made it about a dozen times and haven’t shared it with you. I apologize!
These are the perfect breakfast for the holidays. They don’t require much attention and they are so amazingly light and fluffy. I know you are doubting me because they are baked, but seriously you will love them!
Light, Fluffy, Perfect Scrambled Eggs with Cheese! Baked to Perfection in Your Oven!
- 12 eggs
- 3/4 c. milk
- 1/2 tsp salt
- 1/4 tsp pepper
- 1 c. shredded cheddar cheese
Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Spray a 9''x13'' casserole dish with non-stick spray.
In a medium sized bowl whisk together all ingredients. Pour into prepare dish.
Baked for 12 minutes, remove from oven and stir. Return to oven and bake an addition 15 minutes.
Fluff eggs with two forks. Serve immediately.
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