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A recipe for Baked Egg Boats. Eggs baked in a hollowed out baguette. A recipe for Baked Egg Boats. The perfect breakfast. Breakfast is my favorite meal. I like to drink iced coffee and watch the cream climb its way down the chunky ice cubes in a dazy before the caffeine hits. I like to order bacon with whatever I’m eating. I like eating potatoes with ketchup. I like eggs over easy, and fluffy scrambled eggs. I pretty much like everything there is to like about breakfast. That is why I am pretty excited about these Baked Egg Boats. They are sooo easy to make. Side note. Remember when Subway got all weird and cut a channel out of the middle of their sandwich bread, and then pulled the bread off cause they were trying to be all different? Yea, that was weird. I’m pretty sure its refered to as the “u” cut with Subway sandwich aficionados. Anyway, if you remember that whole technique they used, apply it to this baked egg situation and I think it will work out pretty well.
♥ Teri

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Baked Egg Boats
Makes 4

Ingredients:
4 demi sourdough baguettes
5 eggs
1/3 cup heavy cream
4 ounces pancetta, finely chopped and fried until crisp
3 ounces gruyere cheese, grated
2 green onions, thinly slicedsalt and pepper to tasteDirections:
1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.
2. Cut a deep “V” through the tops of each baguette until about a 1/2 inch to the bottom. Partially unstuff the baguettes. Set aside.
3. Place the eggs and cream into a mixing bowl and lightly beat together. Whisk in the remaining ingredients and lightly season with salt and pepper.
4. Divide and pour the mixture into each baguette boat and place onto a baking sheet.
5. Bake for 20 to 25 minutes or until golden brown, puffed and set in the center. Season with salt and pepper.
6. Allow to cool for about 5 minutes, cut and serve.
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  1. Naomi A. Not Specified Not Specified

    I love how you make breakfast sound like a holiday. Because let’s face it: it is :)

    • Kali Not Specified Not Specified

      that is my new favorite line, Naomi!

    • Melenie Not Specified Not Specified

      Yum. I love bread and egg whites I’m sure it will work the same, I will also use turkey bacon fried crisp.

      • Brian Not Specified Not Specified

        Why ruin it?

        • Lauren Not Specified Not Specified

          Some people enjoy good things in a healthier version. Theres nothing wrong with that i plan on changing mine too. I dont even cheese, I dont think that would ruin it just would change it to fit my needs.

          • Eye Cook Not Specified Not Specified

            there is no such think as bad food, just bad eater ;). Bacon is bacon. Just remember to balance your omega 6’s with your omega 3’s and you will feel the difference.

          • Mario Not Specified Not Specified

            Well, turkey bacon is supposedly worse for you since it is mostly processed meat and sodium. So if you want to stay healthy, just trim some of the fat from the bacon or use ham instead. But stick away from turkey bacon.

        • Lauren Michelle Not Specified Not Specified

          All sorts of reasons to change a recipe. For me, I’m allergic to pork. I know, it’s depressing.

      • Racheal Not Specified Not Specified

        These look amaze balls! I’m so going to try these.~> Slight aside~> I never understand why people come to another persons blog and complain. Yeah I get the free speech thing but really? I think that is so rude. It’s like visiting someone’s home and insulting them. Anyway just my thoughs. This blog rocks, great pics, great instructions. Thank you:)

        • Robert Not Specified Not Specified

          Rachael, thank you!! its about time somebody said it and your’e so right IT IS like coming to someones house and being rude!

        • sara Not Specified Not Specified

          Rachael,

          I totally agree with you! Doesn’t anyone remember the Golden Rule anymore?

          • Terrie Not Specified Not Specified

            I am making them tomorrow morning but with eggs , fresh Dungeness crab and cheese..”can’t wait

          • Connie Not Specified Not Specified

            I also totally agree with you both:) Also, I think you can make these all different ways for all different meals and events and change thee ingredients up and around for many good recipes. I will first try the breakfast meal first because it sounds so good, but i also like when someone mentioned the crab in it also. Just a very delightful meal or appetizer for any event,

        • Sarah Not Specified Not Specified

          Fine point, Rachel. Never thought of it that way. However, since it is a public forum, I guess you just have to get used to petty opinion and just extract a new perspective and move on unscathed. :) This recipe really looks too tasty to believe.

        • Jenny Not Specified Not Specified

          Well said!

        • Debbie Not Specified Not Specified

          I agree. Have your own opinion sure….but must you rag on everyone else’s? Goes right in line with so many saying..”just being honest” as an excuse for being rude.

        • Sunshine Not Specified Not Specified

          I also agree…..shout your mouth unless you have something nice to say! It’s just
          manners ;)

        • Evie Beresford Not Specified Not Specified

          Well said

        • Brenlee Not Specified Not Specified

          couldnt said it better,thanks for all the work u did for all of us.

        • vicki Not Specified Not Specified

          Bravo!!!!! Being gracious/polite seems to be a lost art

        • chris c Not Specified Not Specified

          I totally agree. Is it necessary to complain. If you don’t like it, then move on!

      • cheryl Not Specified Not Specified

        I’M with you! Egg whites and turkey bacon!!!! Yes it does work the same ..3 extra egg whites. to replace the volume.

  2. Bev Weidner Not Specified Not Specified

    I have never looked at anything more wonderful in my life.

  3. Lorie Not Specified Not Specified

    I know it is almost half a year away, but I am putting this down for Mother’s Day breakfast in bed!! The kids and hubby could totally pull this off!

    • Jenny Park Not Specified Not Specified

      Yes, Lorie! Do it! My birthday’s next week and I’ve already told my boyfriend that this is what he’s making me for my “birthday breakfast”… It literally takes 7 minutes to put together, before popping it in the oven! Enjoy!

  4. Denna Not Specified Not Specified

    I would love this with a nice glass of cold milk.

  5. Flor Y. Not Specified Not Specified

    looks really yummy! it reminds me of a salted bread thing we make here in cyprus in easter! (http://www.bearskitchen.com/flaounes.htm)

  6. Aaron from The Amused Bouche Blog Not Specified Not Specified

    Holy genius, Batman! This is going on my list of things to make this week!

  7. Lindsay Not Specified Not Specified

    Pretty sure this is going to by my new favorite breakfast item. It looks SO good!

  8. Cynthia Not Specified Not Specified

    I am so making this soon!

  9. Kimberly Not Specified Not Specified

    When the page loaded, I literally paused and whispered to myself, “Oh my goodness. That looks so good.” Yep…that’s going to be on this weekend’s menu. Thanks, ladies!

  10. Heidi @ Food Doodles Not Specified Not Specified

    These look fantastic! What an awesome idea :D I can’t wait to try this!

  11. Nicole, RD Not Specified Not Specified

    This is genius! I can’t wait to make these!! :)

  12. Diane {Created by Diane} Not Specified Not Specified

    can I come over, I promise I’ll do the dishes :)

  13. Katrina @ Warm Vanilla Sugar Not Specified Not Specified

    This is so strange! But wonderful. Awesome idea!

  14. Julia Not Specified Not Specified

    I’m now envisioning cream oozing through the maze of ice cubes in a tumbler of iced coffee… I gotta go hook myself up with some, STAT! Also, for the love, these are like heaven in a boat!

  15. Jessica @ How Sweet Not Specified Not Specified

    this may be the best thing i’ve seen in 2012.

    omg.

  16. aida mollenkamp Not Specified Not Specified

    I’m so using this concept for my next brunch get together. I’ve always loved egg-in-a-hole but this takes it to another level!

    • LindaLou Not Specified Not Specified

      Those egg-in-a-hole breakfast things you’re talking about, were called toad-in-the-roads back when I was a kid, but Please don’t ask my age…..

  17. Y Not Specified Not Specified

    Ooh these look so tasty! I bought some duck eggs recently, so might try this recipe with them.

  18. Robbin Not Specified Not Specified

    Oh! My! Goodness!! I have to say . . . that is the most beautiful food item I have seen in ages. I would starve if I waited for my hubby to bring me this in bed . . . BUT, I think hubby and the kids will LOVE it when I make this for them. Seriously! If this tastes HALF as good as it looks, WOW!!!!!

  19. tai Not Specified Not Specified

    Holy cow! These are AMAZING!!! Anyone know if I can use milk instead of cream?

  20. Leah Not Specified Not Specified

    WHOA. These is amazing! They’re on the to-do list. Official.

  21. talktomyshoes Not Specified Not Specified

    I cannot wait to try making this!!!!

  22. Blog is the New Black Not Specified Not Specified

    Awesome recipe!

  23. Russell at Chasing Delicious Not Specified Not Specified

    Oh my gosh. This is the most scrumptious thing I’ve seen in a long while. Why have I never heard of anything like this!?

  24. Kelly Not Specified Not Specified

    WHY HAVEN’T I THOUGHT OF THIS BEFORE?! In retrospect it seems so obvious to do…it’s going on my Sunday breakfast list. Thank you for the beautiful (and yummy) post!

  25. Sofie Dittmann Not Specified Not Specified

    if liking this makes me weird, count me in!!! XO

  26. Tiffany @ Savor Home Not Specified Not Specified

    New brunch recipe + Easter breakfast: check. Looks delicious!

  27. Anne@FromMySweetHeart Not Specified Not Specified

    I’m not a big breakfast eater….but ….wow! These are quite inspiring! These boats look awesome and your photography is just beautiful!!! : )

  28. Dana Not Specified Not Specified

    These sound amazing…just like everything else you make :)

    http://woodstockwardrobe.com/

  29. Amy Not Specified Not Specified

    I love breakfast for supper, and I couldn’t resist trying this recipe tonight! I paired it with roasted brussels sprouts which turned out to be a great flavor and visual complement. So delicious! My boyfriend was ecstatic, and we both emoted with mmmmms and oh my gods throughout the meal. Thanks for sharing. This one is going into the regular rotation!

  30. eat well, live free Not Specified Not Specified

    This is why food blogs exist. Yum!

  31. Kristina Not Specified Not Specified

    Breakfast is my favorite meal too, both home and out, and this looks so, so, wonderful. I’m going to make it soon, thank you!

  32. joey Not Specified Not Specified

    Breakfast is my favorite meal! Love everything breakfast too :) I am bookmarking this bit of breakfast gorgeousness!!

  33. domestikate Not Specified Not Specified

    Whaaaat? These sound AMAZING! Must, must make them this weekend. Eggs are totally the best.

  34. Brandan WH Not Specified Not Specified

    I honestly think I will give this a go on Sunday, or maybe tomorrow. I’m 4 months pregnant and shoveling about everything into my mouth, but at least this looks quasi-healthy and sustaining! Score!

  35. Susan G Not Specified Not Specified

    Quiche in a bread bowl! Why didn’t I think of this?? The possibilities are whizzing through my brain right now. Fabulous!

  36. Anna Not Specified Not Specified

    What a wonderful idea! It’s like a quiche but somehow way better and easier. Yum!

  37. LMF Not Specified Not Specified

    What a fabulous idea for brunch! Thanks for the great post. I am definitely making this this weekend. xx ~L

  38. Christie Not Specified Not Specified

    I just saw something similar in a magazine and have been DYING to wake up early enough to make them all week! The pancetta/gruyere combo sounds delishhhhhh.

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  40. Carrie @ Kiss My Whisk Not Specified Not Specified

    Wow! These look amazing!

  41. Averie @ Love Veggies and Yoga Not Specified Not Specified

    These are gorgeous and would be my hub’s dream meal!

  42. laura k Not Specified Not Specified

    Very, very cool. I especially love that you cut the center of the breads out where it had already been slashed for baking (or at least, it looks like you did).

  43. Rachel (teacher-chef) Not Specified Not Specified

    I love the way that these look, they are absolutely beautiful. I can see these being amazing packed in a bag for a picnic sunrise breakfast hike (not that I’ve ever taken a sunrise hike – but it sounds romantic and that is what these gorgeous breakfast rolls make me think of)!!!

  44. Lisa Not Specified Not Specified

    I want to go to bed right now so I can wake up to these!

  45. Karmaloop Coupons Not Specified Not Specified

    This looks freaking AMAZING. so genius!

  46. Anna @ the shady pine Not Specified Not Specified

    One of these babies in one hand, a steaming coffee in the other and I would be a happy girl!

  47. DawnB Not Specified Not Specified

    Hello Lover!! I want that right now.

  48. JulieD Not Specified Not Specified

    Wow, just wow, love these…so genius!

  49. Sara {Home is Where the Cookies Are} Not Specified Not Specified

    Oh! This is a great idea. I love breakfast too – especially on the weekends – and I really like things you can prep, pop in the oven, and walk away to enjoy the morning. Of course, the pancetta is the total treat of the meal!

  50. CherylK Not Specified Not Specified

    This looks absolutely scrumptious! Am going to make this, for sure.

  51. Heather @ A Sweet Simple Life Not Specified Not Specified

    AMAZING!! Simple, but delicious. I love breaskfast food.

  52. Katherine Not Specified Not Specified

    Unreal! Thank you for existing!

  53. lidy Not Specified Not Specified

    Wow,these look so delicious!!!I would love to make them but since i am from Holland,i am not sure what you mean by demi.But i think it means that the baguettes are bought pre-baked.Can you tell me if i am right?Thank you for sharing and greetings from Holland!

  54. Jason Vogt Not Specified Not Specified

    I saw this today and thought to myself that I need to make this for the Misses! However, after reading the cooking directions I am slightly confused. Do I pre-cook the eggs or just poor it in to the baguette?

  55. Mary Not Specified Not Specified

    . Partially unstuff the baguettes. Set aside.

    When you set these aside do you use them again? wasn’t sure if you just discard, or mix back in with the egg mixture.

    • Jenny Park Not Specified Not Specified

      I meant that the baguettes are to be set aside. I ended up just snacking on the middle parts that I unstuffed :)

      I wouldn’t add it to the mix bc it’ll weigh down the mixture itself, which is meant to be a little light and fluffy.

      It you don’t want to just snack on bread, you could always make homemade breadcrumbs :)

      • Lynne Not Specified Not Specified

        You can always use the left over bread from the inside to feed the birds. It is winter and some of the ground is hard or frozen and they can’t find worms and bugs.

  56. Lisa [With Style and Grace] Not Specified Not Specified

    Brilliant!!

  57. Jen @ pretty plate Not Specified Not Specified

    What a fantastic idea!! I’ve never seen anything like this.

    : ))

    Jen

  58. Dana Not Specified Not Specified

    Great idea! You could do different kinds all on a big platter for a mix and match brunch!

  59. Marcia Not Specified Not Specified

    The photography is GREAT!!

    ~M.

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  61. Jessica @ Portuguese Girl Cooks Not Specified Not Specified

    This looks amazing! What a great idea.

  62. dirose Not Specified Not Specified

    Your recipes are awesome! Thank you!

  63. Paula- bell'alimento Not Specified Not Specified

    My baguette is about to get a breakfast makeover! Swoon.

  64. Petra Tamme Not Specified Not Specified

    Hi — I recently discovered your blog and absolutely love it! It is one of the very best food blogs ever. You girls are amazing with your recipes and photos. Love, love, love!!! Have you ever considered putting together a cookbook of all your wonderful recipes? (Maybe there is one and I’ve missed it…??!) I’d buy it immediately!

  65. Jeff Not Specified Not Specified

    This looks great and I’ll love to make it soon. I just had one question concerning the ingredients. When you say “heavy cream” what type of cream are you referring to?

  66. Nancy Not Specified Not Specified

    I am going to try these, but I have to tell you, your photography is absolutely beautiful!! Thank you for making that special too!

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  68. Dbakeca Not Specified Not Specified

    Looks tasty! Great recipe. Thx!

  69. Tony Payne Not Specified Not Specified

    Oh Yumm! This sounds amazing, will have to try it.

  70. Tracy A. Not Specified Not Specified

    Oh my – I must say that this looks divine! Can’t wait to give it a try!

  71. Lana @ Never Enough Thyme Not Specified Not Specified

    I love everything about breakfast, too. These are definitely on our menu for the upcoming weekend. Outstanding!

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  74. suzanne miller Not Specified Not Specified

    could I use a different cheese than the one you suggested?

    Thanks

  75. Gina Donohue Not Specified Not Specified

    These look so delicious! However, my husband and I don’t care for cheese (I know, I know, we’re missing out), so, can I leave the cheese out altogether? Thanks for the inspiration!

    • Jenny Park Not Specified Not Specified

      Yes, you certainly can! Maybe add an additional 2 tablespoons of cream/butter to the mix… But that’s it! Also feel free to swap out the filling ingredients for whatever you want!

    • Car hire Agadir Not Specified Not Specified

      I tried making this wonderful looking dish this morning but unfortunately it did not turn out for me! I am SOOO sad. I had it in the oven for 2 hours and the eggs stayed soupy

  76. Adrienne Not Specified Not Specified

    Goodness this looks amazing. I think I want to try to make them this weekend for Sunday morning breakfast. I gotta be that annoying person and ask…….. I love heavy cream (LOVE!) but the husband…poor man… is of the lactose intolerant persuasion. I have been pretty successful actually making scrambled eggs with a little rice milk added, do you think that would work here? Or do you know of a better sub?

    Thank you so much for sharing this awesome breakfast! I’m with you; coffee and breakfast are the best part of the day!

    • Jenny Park Not Specified Not Specified

      Poor man indeed! ;) I’ve only subbed almond milk for this before and it’s been great… Slightly diff but great nonetheless. I don’t see why rice milk should be any different! Good luck!

  77. Cathy Not Specified Not Specified

    Love it !!! Cannot wait to make it !! : )

  78. Kroger Not Specified Not Specified

    Always looking for something new to make for breakfast and I will be trying this out immediately!

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  80. Amy Not Specified Not Specified

    This makes me not wanna miss breakfast! YUM!

  81. Patricia Scarpin Not Specified Not Specified

    Looks amazing!

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  83. Rickelle Not Specified Not Specified

    I really love your blog, and these look delicious!
    This may be a silly question, but do I buy the baguettes that are already baked?

  84. Linda Not Specified Not Specified

    This is genius! I wish I had baguettes to make them right now!

  85. Caroline @ Between Your Ears Not Specified Not Specified

    OH MY YUM. I am making these ASAP!

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  87. KayDee Not Specified Not Specified

    Made these for dinner. I did use 1/2 and 1/2 instead of cream. Since it was for dinner I also added a mixture of sauted mushrooms, spinach, and diced onion to the pancetta while it cooked. They were a huge hit. Thanks for the great recipie. This one is definatley a keeper!

  88. Gayle Not Specified Not Specified

    Not gonna lie, these look awesome!

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  90. Nancy Not Specified Not Specified

    Whoa. If I could eat the pictures on my computer screen, I would.

    Fabulous blog!!

  91. the Breakfast Bachelor Not Specified Not Specified

    Teri, these look incredible! I might feature them on my own blog this weekend, if I may! If breakfast really is your favorite meal of the day (as is mine), stop on by, because I think you’ll dig it!

    -Alexander (the Breakfast Bachelor)

  92. Andrea Not Specified Not Specified

    When I am no longer sick, I will be making this. Probably several days in a row.

    Andrea x

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  95. Megan Not Specified Not Specified

    In the oven now : ) I subbed with ham and shredded co jack because that’s what we had, I think my hubby is going to enjoy lunch today!! Thanks!!!

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  97. Kim P. Not Specified Not Specified

    Why didn’t I think of that??!! Holy comfort food! Looks delish, will be making that this weekend!!

  98. Glassy Not Specified Not Specified

    I don’t like bacon that much but this looks wonderful!! Wonderful, ya hear me!

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  100. Lizzy Eros Not Specified Not Specified

    These make me crave them!

  101. T. Scott Not Specified Not Specified

    Saw this 1hour ago…went to store…in the oven right now. Can’t wait!!!

  102. J.Ford Not Specified Not Specified

    Can’t wait to try this recipe. I was directed here by way of Stumble Upon and immediately upon reading I made a new board in my Pinterest (Gotta Give It A Try….OMG) and pinned you. I can’t wait to look through your recipes…thanks for posting.

  103. Camila and Josh Not Specified Not Specified

    My roommate and I just made this delicious breakfast meal, and we loved it! It’s the perfect classy Sunday morning hangover dish. :) We used a big baguette instead of the demi ones, and we replaces the pancetta with bacon, and it all worked fantastically.

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  105. Ann Not Specified Not Specified

    This looks wonderful! I’m going to try it with my granddaughter tomorrow. I found you on Stumble upon. Thank you!

  106. Cookie and Kate Not Specified Not Specified

    I love super simple and fun breakfast concepts, and this one looks like a winner! Brava, ladies!

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  109. Calvin Williams Not Specified Not Specified

    Wow that looks delicious! Thanks for sharing.

  110. location voiture agadir Not Specified Not Specified

    I would love this with a Moroccan hot tea :)

  111. LPB Not Specified Not Specified

    Made these this morning and pinned on pinterest! SO YUMMY!

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  113. Diana Not Specified Not Specified

    OH MAN! YUMMM! I will be trying this very soon! Thanks for sharing!

  114. Priya Not Specified Not Specified

    Looks so delicious and easy. Does the crust of the bread burn or get super hard? Love this idea for a morning meeting…

  115. Kourtenay Not Specified Not Specified

    I’d eat this anytime, any day of the week!
    I shared this on my FB page…too good not to!

  116. Jenn F Not Specified Not Specified

    This is great, you can do so much with this technique!

    & SUBWAY:::: a part of me dies the day they STOPPED doing the “V” cut. That made the sandwich taste better. seriously.

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  120. Dana B. Not Specified Not Specified

    OMG that looks delicious

  121. Thecurvyspine Not Specified Not Specified

    This are beautiful! I can’t wait to make them myself! Thank you for sharing :-)

  122. Wendy Zarco Not Specified Not Specified

    I totally love it!!!

    Thanks :)

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  124. Jen at The Three Little Piglets Not Specified Not Specified

    This just popped up in my StumbleUpon recommendations, and oh my gravy it looks good!

  125. Donne Milano Not Specified Not Specified

    My doughter is crazy about them , thx :)

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  127. Sheeri Cabral Not Specified Not Specified

    Pulling out the bread is actually a “thing” for people who want fewer calories. It’s apparently a “thing” in the New York City / New Jersey area to get a bagel “scooped”, which means scooping out the bread.

  128. Shazzylynne Not Specified Not Specified

    Wow, in the oven right now…. didn’t have demi sourdough baguettes or pancetta, or gruyere cheese so I used ham and sharp cheddar and a regular baguette for the entire recipe…. I can’t wait to taste this…. will let you know how it turned out.. yum, yum, yum…

    • Shazzylynne Not Specified Not Specified

      So…. baked for 30 min…. and it is wonderful! My husband says it is one of the best things he has ever eaten… this is absolutely going to be a regular at our house..

  129. RuthLee@bloggingwithlee.com Not Specified Not Specified

    Yummy! thanks so much for sharing, I can not wait for the weekend so we give it a try!

  130. Steph Not Specified Not Specified

    OMG these are so so delicious….. I did have a problem when i was baking them though, they ended up taking almost an hour for the mixture to cook, im not sure why though and i had to cover them cause my bread started to burn…. BUT they were definitly worth the wait. I didnt use sourdough bread, do u think that would make a difference??

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  133. cancer treatments Not Specified Not Specified

    That seems very delicious hmmm

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  135. Rob Monahan Not Specified Not Specified

    ok so i found your website on stumbleupon these look sooo amazing that I had to run out and buy mini baguettes. I cant wait its breakfast for supper tonight.
    thank you

  136. james brown Not Specified Not Specified

    healthy food for a healthy you!

  137. sirish Not Specified Not Specified

    i am dnitly gona try this receipee

  138. campor bawor Not Specified Not Specified

    I totally love it..thank for sharing ..

  139. Kristin Not Specified Not Specified

    How big are the baguettes? The Recipe calls for 5 eggs split among 4 baguettes…..so only a little over one egg per baguette? Is that correct? This looks delicious and I am thinking of trying to make for Saturday morning :) Thanks for sharing!

  140. cannedAm Not Specified Not Specified

    Made these today with some variations and they turned out well. Blogged about it and gave you credit for the recipe. Awesome stuff. Good for a holiday brunch.

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  142. meg Not Specified Not Specified

    Not that crazy about eggs, but I think this is a must try. Looks delicious!

  143. BrittniC Not Specified Not Specified

    This may be a blonde question. . . but are the baguettes cooked before all this? or raw dough?

  144. Samantha Not Specified Not Specified

    The store was out of scallions so I substituted in shallots. The dish lost some color but still came out very tasty. Experimenting with other ingredients will be fun too, I think. Bookmarked. :)

  145. Nicole Not Specified Not Specified

    The subway cut was called the “u gouge”! This description totally helps me understand how to prepare this. Good memory!

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  147. Melissa McPartland Not Specified Not Specified

    Waiting for them to come out of the oven! :)

  148. Rhi Not Specified Not Specified

    Can these be made ahead of time, frozen, and re-heated for breakfast on the go?

    My husband loves hot pockets breakfast, but I’m trying to be a little more economical. and healthy. :-) He always wakes up late, though, so I need something that we can quickly heat up and eat on the go

  149. Inkjet Remanufacturing Supplies Not Specified Not Specified

    Wow, these loaves of yummy eggy bread look delightful and I can’t wait to try this recipe soon! Thank you for this recipe!

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  151. Jenny @ Savour the Senses Not Specified Not Specified

    I LOVE this idea! I could probably eat an entire loaf of this!

  152. Perry Not Specified Not Specified

    This is a great idea for I love eggs in a frame and my kids love them as well they make me make them for their friends when they sleep over. Thanks for the idea…….

  153. Meghan Not Specified Not Specified

    Love the idea, these look delicious! Going to test out our own little variation tonight. Check it out, seemegcook.blogspot.com :)

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  155. Bibi Not Specified Not Specified

    This is absolutely heavenly. I need to show this to my teenager when he gets up and I am pretty sure we will be making it very soon,lol

  156. maryann Not Specified Not Specified

    this looks so nice and delicious. I want to make it for my son and his girl when they visit this weekend. They live in Brooklyn, and I live in the country.
    I try to make some comfort foods for them when they visit as they don’t cook as much as they would like
    thanks for the recipe love it

  157. Kathleen Not Specified Not Specified

    To get a much nicer texture on the outside of the bread, rub with olive oil before stuffing with egg mixture. Herbs can also be added to the oil rub. PEOPLE, PLEASE DON’T BE AFRAID OF REALLY GOOD CHEESE.

    • Auria Not Specified Not Specified

      I was married to a European dude whose love of stinky cheese did me in on the cheese front. My refrigerator always smelled like feet and with my doggie sense of smell, I was in constant hell. Gruyere tests my limits. I’m working on being open to cheese again, but the emotional toll it’s taken on me is hard to recover from. :o)

  158. lorelie Not Specified Not Specified

    I need to show this to my mother… Thanks…

  159. Katherine Not Specified Not Specified

    I made these this morning. However I used spinach, fat-free feta, scallions, part skim mozzarella cheese, and egg whites. It was delicious.

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  162. Demeter Not Specified Not Specified

    I’m baking these now! I opted for plain milk, cheddar cheese, and bacon :) I hope they turn out well since I didn’t have the best baguettes to start with. I scoured the internet trying to find this recipe after I saw it one day :P

  163. sushiqueen Not Specified Not Specified

    Looks so delicious, and good looking images! Mouth watering :)

  164. Hyouten Not Specified Not Specified

    That looks heavenly. I’m definitely trying that out soon. Thanks for the idea!

  165. Connie Not Specified Not Specified

    Wow! These look and sound amazing! I am going to try to make these on my next day off! Thanks for the recipe.

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  167. Lyn Not Specified Not Specified

    Oh, this looks genius. This would be worth waking up early for.

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  170. Auria Not Specified Not Specified

    Oh my – are these beautiful or what! Breakfast is my favorite meal of the day, and this is going to make it SO much better. Genius to the max! Thank you!

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  172. Lynn Crain Not Specified Not Specified

    OMG! I am such a breakfast girl! I can’t wait to make this!!!

  173. Constantina Not Specified Not Specified

    i’m so gonna have this .. veggy style :D:D

  174. dawn Not Specified Not Specified

    YUM….Mouth Watering

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  176. kara Not Specified Not Specified

    AWESOME !!!!!!!!!!!

  177. Michelle McGuckin Not Specified Not Specified

    These look fabulous and easy to make! Thanks for sharing.

  178. Meghan Not Specified Not Specified

    I plan to make this for a breakfast office party. I have to serve about 30 people how many ‘boats’ do you think I should make in all?

  179. sophistimom Not Specified Not Specified

    These look absolutely perfect. I’ve been wanting to make these for years, now. Thank you for the inspiration.

  180. AIM Soiree Not Specified Not Specified

    I’ve got to admit, they do look pretty awesome!

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  183. Sara Fiechter Not Specified Not Specified

    Is the baguettes baked already? Before you pour the egg mix into it?

  184. Helena / Rico sin Azúcar Not Specified Not Specified

    I’m in love with these baguettes!!!!!!!!!!
    The most beautiful thing I’ve seen on a loaf of bread, well done!

  185. Kat Not Specified Not Specified

    Could this be made a day ahead and heated before serving?

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  190. dave m Not Specified Not Specified

    I tried it and it didn’t cook..hmmmmm So I am glad I gave it a test run…will try it one more time tonight and see what is what. Brunch is Sunday and I thought these would be great…lets keep our fingers spoons and forks crossed…
    cheers
    dave m

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  196. Debbie Not Specified Not Specified

    Looks awesome, another variation is to hollow out cibatta bread, fill it with bacon or sausage veggies, potatoes or whatever you want and crack an egg on top and bake, works great for company they can put whatever they want in t bread bowl so to speak

  197. Connie Not Specified Not Specified

    Making these for breakfast this morning…they smell delicious as they are baking right now!

  198. niki Not Specified Not Specified

    i live in a small town where i cant get that kinda cheese.. is there one i can sub??

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  200. Jillian Not Specified Not Specified

    Just made these for dinner and it was delish! I successfully used fat free half and half instead of the cream, just took more like 45 minutes to bake. I’m sure the cream recipe is out of this world, but we loved our version too. I only used one demi baguette, but tore up the “scooped” bread top and insides and put them into two ramekins, then poured the remaining egg mixture over the top. Excellent meal for two people, and left-overs in ramekins to boot! Thanks so much!

  201. Amie @ Family Recipes Not Specified Not Specified

    What a great Easter brunch idea. Consider this bookmarked!

  202. Helene Dsouza I Masala Herb Not Specified Not Specified

    Yumm! looks amazing, so full of goodness. =D

    thanks for sharing! =)

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  205. Terry Not Specified Not Specified

    This looks so good, I may even have to irritate my doctor and go off my gluten free lifestyle to try this.

  206. Katie Not Specified Not Specified

    These look delicious and I’m looking forward to trying them soon!

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  209. Melissa Not Specified Not Specified

    Thank heavens someone sent me this recipe. I make these in sourdough rolls and freeze them for my picky picky picky teenager’s breakfast before school. They really are heaven on toast points….thank you for a wonderful recipe and blog.

  210. B Not Specified Not Specified

    Just made but I improvised with sharp chedder, sausage, and half/half. I also buttered the bread a little. Everyone loved even the kids…now everyone is pooped like after eating a Thanksgiving dinner.

  211. Donna Not Specified Not Specified

    Yummy~! these look amazing, thank you for sharing, I will be making them tomorrow for breakfast~~!!!

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  215. Susan Not Specified Not Specified

    Hello, you become a new fan. Very yummy your breakfast. Greatings from my Husband too. :-)

  216. Cooking Mumu Not Specified Not Specified

    I just love your Baked Egg boat, I’ve made them twice already (you can see it on my blog). Thanks for the share !

  217. George @ GreekCulinary.com Not Specified Not Specified

    These look really good! Will attempt to make some this weekend!

    -George

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  225. anna Not Specified Not Specified

    Made these tonight – Yum!! Mine took a little longer, but I think my mini-baguettes were longer than yours… Made mine with good ol’ cheddar and bacon (and green onions). Thanks for the recipe!

  226. Wanda Not Specified Not Specified

    I made these about a month ago, and they were delicious. I think it is time to make them again. Thank you!

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  231. Angela Not Specified Not Specified

    I made these when my teenage sons had friends over. They all went nuts over these! They really are easy to make and can be adjusted to suit your tastes, but best of all….they are delicious!

  232. Crystal Not Specified Not Specified

    I’ve been searching for a great recipe for Mother’s Day, and I’ve finally found it. I do have a question though. I’m not sure if I missed it but do you ever incorporate the bread that you removed from the roll back into the recipe or can I just eat it and enjoy? Thanks!

  233. Becky Not Specified Not Specified

    Not only is this clever, the photos are incredible! Can I come over for breakfast!!?? Please link up to Foodie Friday!

  234. Sof Not Specified Not Specified

    I just made this for lunch! They were sensational. I made a few changes though (like no cream and turkey ham insted of bacon and I added green bell peppers). But, girl, really, the idea is spectacular!
    My mom and sister where thrilled, thank you very much.

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  236. Wax Not Specified Not Specified

    It’s like an Omelette Sandwich! Simple and lovely.

    Cheers!

  237. SarahBee (@SarahBeeC) Not Specified Not Specified

    Great idea! Going to make these for Easter brunch this year. Might have to do a trial run first. Will likely have to sub in slightly cheaper ingredients, but I’m sure it will still be super tasty.

  238. edwin m Not Specified Not Specified

    Looks yummy! Now imagine them stuffed with a chorizo man n cheese

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  240. Kocinera Not Specified Not Specified

    Oh…my…gosh! Those look so delicious! This recipe is most definitely getting bookmarked.

  241. CC Not Specified Not Specified

    AMAZING!! Having these for brunch on Sunday

  242. Terrie Not Specified Not Specified

    Tomorrows breakfast, these wonderful boats stuffed with eggs, green onion,fresh Dungeness crab and cheese,, ,I wonder what kind of cheese, any ideas for a special cheese to accent the crab meat?

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  244. gordon Not Specified Not Specified

    made these this morning, but instead i used wheat baguettes, bacon, and cheddar. delich! new fav breakfast.

  245. Jess Not Specified Not Specified

    Made these this weekend and they were DELICIOUS! the eggs were so fluffy and wonderful! only problem was the eggs didn’t cook in the recommended amount of time so had to leave them in ten extra minutes, which made the bread WAY too crunchy and difficult to eat :( any suggestions on how to keep the bread soft? i’m thinking i may have even hollowed them out too much (although i thought i had left an ample amount of bread in them)

    any suggestions would be appreciated! we made our with bacon, green onions, AND green peppers! yummmmm

  246. Lisa S Not Specified Not Specified

    Do you know if you can subsitute egg whites and still have it work?

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  250. Janice Eakin Not Specified Not Specified

    I just made this and it taste great! But, it did not seem to be done even after 30 minutes and setting for 5 minutes. So I put each on in the microwave for 20 seconds. Has anyone else had this problem?

  251. diane Not Specified Not Specified

    How many would this recipe serve?

    • MsBabzy Not Specified Not Specified

      Diane, I think that would depend on appetites, and/or how big the bread is. My instinct is to tell you to use your best judgement,but based on the 5 eggs used, I would say anywhere from 2 to 4 people, again, depending on appetites. ;)

  252. MsBabzy Not Specified Not Specified

    I’m am so excited about this recipe , as is, it seems , the rest of the world, based on the number of responses, LoL – I am going to make this up over the weekend for my husband. I will add some sautéed mushrooms to the mix, as well as some bacon instead of the pancetta, because I have to use what’s in my fridge. I also liked the idea that someone else suggested, to use crab meat. Such a simple idea with endless variations. Thank you! Don’t know why we all hadn’t thought of this before, but you rock! :)

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  255. Lee Page Not Specified Not Specified

    I’m making these for dinner tonight. That’s right, dinner. I’ll be serving them with strawberries & cream, grits casserole, and mint juleps. I’m practicing for our Derby Brunch. Thanks for the recipe! These little darlings are like quiche in a baguette. So excited about them!

  256. Erik Not Specified Not Specified

    So good. Made these for my wife and she loved them. We’ve had them several times since then. I still have never been able to find ‘demi’ baguettes, only the full sized versions. Perhaps the stores where I live just aren’t ready to go down that road. Either way, I make the bigger ones work. Like another reviewer, I’ve also made a ‘breakfast bake’ by taking the scooped out bread, tossing into a buttered ramekin and covering with leftover filling, which I seem to usually have on hand. Bake that up and it’s a great treat too. Thanks for the recipe!

  257. Le Petit Bohemian Not Specified Not Specified

    I would never think to put eggs baked inside a piece of french baguette…genius! I have to try this recipe.

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  259. LadyB Not Specified Not Specified

    looks really yummy !
    Gotta try this recipe sometime this week, minus the bacon though !

  260. ZJ Not Specified Not Specified

    Oops! I cut the baguette all the way to the end (just like subway) so when I poured the egg mixture in it all ran out the ends! Doh!

  261. Janine Not Specified Not Specified

    Made this today…my version-spinach, mushroom, dijon mustard, 1/2 n 1/2, morning star patties chopped (I don’t eat pork), guyrere cheese….great idea…so many things u could do…endless…the re-heat perfectly….and a great “to-go” breakfast!!!!! Brilliant thank you !!!!!

  262. Victoria Not Specified Not Specified

    Thanks for this great idea. These are perfect for a breakfast brunch. So easy to make a bunch and hold them warm in the oven. Make more than you think, people will gobble them down. Thanks for your great recipes I find great ideas for the Inn on Poplar Hill. Victoria The Happy Innkeeper

  263. Rachel Not Specified Not Specified

    Are the baguettes fresh or frozen? Looks yummy!

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  266. Lillian Not Specified Not Specified

    What a cool idea!!! I’m definitely going to make these!!! Thanks for posting!!!

  267. Linda Not Specified Not Specified

    Making these for the first time next for a bridal brunch. The only concern I have is..will the crust get too hard and crunchy while in the oven for 25 minutes. If so, should I somehow cover the crust before baking? Need to know before May 12th. Thanks so much!

  268. Mindie Not Specified Not Specified

    This looks really good. I have been wanting to try something for breakfast like this. If you ever want another place to share your talent, we would love to have you at Bacon Time’s anything Goes linky on Friday.

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  272. JoAnn Not Specified Not Specified

    Just tryed this tonight for dinner and made it according to the recipe. No Ice coffee here but accompanied it with a wonderful glass of Chardonnay and it was AMAZING!!! Love Love Love this recipe!!

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  277. Catadelux Not Specified Not Specified

    I just made it for mother’s day!!! Great recipe

  278. shahida ali Not Specified Not Specified

    my daughter wafa tried it the other day.it was faboulous.

  279. Jill Not Specified Not Specified

    What a fab idea! really looking forward to making these.

  280. Amy@HealthyGrits Not Specified Not Specified

    This just made me wish it was dinner…and that this is what I was having. Need to make that thought a reality! Yumm!

  281. Vedette Not Specified Not Specified

    This is amazing. I gotta try this recipe when the weekend comes. And I’ll be adding more cheese to it.

  282. Elizabeth Not Specified Not Specified

    This is such a wonderful idea!

  283. Kim D Not Specified Not Specified

    Made this for breakfast and it was awesome. Followed the recipe except for using regular uncured bacon instead of pancetta. It was phenomenal! We had some seasoned olive oil on the side for dipping (especially when getting to the “breadier” ends) and, while it wasn’t necessary, it added a little extra depth and we really enjoyed it.

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  285. sweetpeaches4u Not Specified Not Specified

    These look SOooooo yummy….gonna have to try them soon….what a quick and great breakfast especially for holiday brunches and when u have guests ……I will serve them with fresh fruit on the side!….Thanks <

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  287. Jaime Not Specified Not Specified

    Question: You mention to “set aside” the bread cut out of the middle. Do you use that in the recipe at some point? Making this for my hubby for father’s day and don’t want to mess it up cause they look soooooo good!

    Thanks

    • Jenny Park Not Specified Not Specified

      I should’ve written discard, bc you don’t use them in the recipe. You could though dry them out and make breadcrumbs for a later use!

  288. Emily Not Specified Not Specified

    Can you make these the day before you are eating them or no? If so how do you store them and are they as good?

  289. Liz Not Specified Not Specified

    Just made this for Father day. It was wonderful

  290. Carly Not Specified Not Specified

    Just made these this morning for father’s day after having pinned them on pinterest forever ago. So good. I did bacon, tomato, cilantro & cheese.

  291. Doreen Not Specified Not Specified

    how do you not burn the bread when baking for 25 minutes when the baquettes are already cooked?

    • Jenny Park Not Specified Not Specified

      The same way you don’t burn bread when you’re making crostini’s or toasting bread. That’s all that’s really going on….some egg baking and bread toasting :)

  292. Ginny B Not Specified Not Specified

    Made these for lunch this afternoon, yum yum yum!! I loved it so much I will forever keep these in the book for favorite breakfasts. Fun, simple, flavorful (I used maple bacon.. it made the whole apartment smell incredible) and so so good. Thank you for sharing!

  293. Shannon Not Specified Not Specified

    I made these one weekend for my boyfriend and I. He took one bite and immediately looked up at me and said, “Can we make these again next weekend?” This recipe’s a keeper for sure!

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  295. Jared Not Specified Not Specified

    I love breakfast too. For breakfast, lunch and dinner. Look forward to making these… with a lot of cheese.

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  299. Sue Not Specified Not Specified

    I make this recipe this morning and it is really good. Next time I will make it with turkey bacon instead of Pancetta ($$$), and a little milk instead of heavy cream. It won’t be as good, but it will be a little less pricey to make.

    Thanks for the wonderful breakfast!

  300. Nancy in CT Not Specified Not Specified

    I’ve made these in baked potatoes (potato boats) and used the hollowed out stuff for homefries, but this bread stuff looks DELISH!!
    I would imagine making these then reheating them in the toaster oven would be great for work! Thanks for the recipe (I found you on Pinterest)

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  303. joanna Not Specified Not Specified

    thank you for the recipe! here is my version:

    http://www.candlelight.hk/blog/?p=4503

  304. ole Not Specified Not Specified

    see it , i can sure that it is yummy,haha, i feel that it is so great! http://www.ccchinachic.com

  305. Rich Dansereau Not Specified Not Specified

    I made this today for breakfast and it was awesome. I am a vegetarian so I left out the pancetta. I also substituted almond silk for the heavy cream and I used Jarlsberg cheese instead of Gruyere cheese. I love how it eats like finger food. Thanks for this recipe, I will make it again! Here is my version: http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=4312673057671&set=a.1155781337351.23041.1312232901&type=1&theater

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  307. Epifurious Not Specified Not Specified

    Made this with a crusty ciabatta for a guerilla brunch at a friend’s apt in NYC. Cute and easy presentation, delicious taste and endlessly adaptable depending on what odds and ends you have around the house. Thanks for sharing!

    http://epifurious.tumblr.com/post/25791638525/baked-egg-boats

  308. Melody Not Specified Not Specified

    Divine! My husband was thrilled with breakfast. This certainly could be served on Christmas morning…it’s that special! I would add a couple of small pats of butter to melt into baguette as it bakes. Wonderful…thanks!

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  310. Justin Not Specified Not Specified

    This looks so good, I think I’m gonna cry!

  311. Habibies Not Specified Not Specified

    awww really delicious

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  314. holly Not Specified Not Specified

    Trying to save time, not reading all comments, lol.
    Question- Do you use the bread that you pull out?

  315. Cookles Not Specified Not Specified

    I had these at a bridal brunch shower. There were several different combinations. The gal made one vegetarian with dill, pepers, onions, and mushrooms; another with sausage and goat cheese; and a third with ham and cheese. What a hit!! She made them in the full size baguettes and sliced them. Most people took two or three different ones to sample. They were all absolutely delicious!

  316. Lisa Not Specified Not Specified

    I just finished making these, with a few little changes to suit my family: 1/2% milk, cheddar jack cheese & bacon. I don’t understand, but my eggs refuse to set!!! They were in the oven for a total of 30 minutes. I first checked them at 20 min, went back in the oven for 3 more min, still not done so I let them set out thinking maybe 5 min out of the oven and the would carry-over cook the rest of the way – not. So back in the oven for 5 more minutes, set out for another 5, cut them because I’m starving! Still not set. had to nuke them to finish. I don’t understand what is the problem:( Any ideas?

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  318. Morgan Not Specified Not Specified

    Made this and it was amazing!

    I did 2/3 of the bagette like this, and then the other 1/3 french toast style for dessert, doing a classic french toast batter, and then chopping some strawberries and throwing those in, with a little brown sugar, and creme fraiche on the side.

    ATE SO MUCH BREAD AND EGGS that night, but hey, who doesn’t love bread an eggs?

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  320. Jenn holland Not Specified Not Specified

    When I made this, it took almost an hour and a half to cook at the temp you told me and it still came out runny!!! What did I do wrong??? I’m so upset because this looks so good!

  321. Danielle Not Specified Not Specified

    These sound so fantastic….I can not wait to make them for breakfast, lunch, or even dinner.
    YUMMY!

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  323. Sam Not Specified Not Specified

    Sorry if I missed this but, have you tried freezing them or making them the night before and reheating them? Would that work? I want to make them as a grab and go meal for my husband.

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  325. linda Not Specified Not Specified

    Such a beautiful, nutritious, comforting, portable thing…..

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  327. Dentist South Side Chicago Not Specified Not Specified

    Look very good. Great pics too.

  328. Jen Not Specified Not Specified

    WOW… Those look amazing! Going to try it this weekend. THANK YOU!

  329. Jenn @therebelchick Not Specified Not Specified

    That looks amazing! I love that the egg bakes right into the bread!

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  333. Tony Not Specified Not Specified

    I can see a version of this with a Huevo Ranchero spin!!!

  334. recipes with twist Not Specified Not Specified

    I love eggs..Any recipe in which egg is the main ingredient i love it.

  335. paz Not Specified Not Specified

    Kudos from France. I love your receipe gonna cook/bake it for my next neighbors party (they like new stuffs!)

  336. marianne Not Specified Not Specified

    These look DE VINE! Will they freeze well?
    If so, what are the best reheating instructions?
    I was thinking of making them in advance to nourish a group of early turkey day runners.
    Many thanks for sharing such a lovely brunch recipe!

  337. Melonie Not Specified Not Specified

    Mmm I am going to have a very happy boyfriend this weekend. I am not a breakfast eater, and he REALLY is, so I am constantly looking for things that I can nibble and he can enjoy in the morning. If I eat anything for breakfast, it’s some form of toast…. anyway, I think this is a good combo for the two of us. Especially since we are both completely in love with Gruyere! :)

  338. ztwain Not Specified Not Specified

    This just went on my breakfast menu!!! Thanks!
    Also …I agree with “coming to someone’s house and insulting them” remark…… get real people….. if ya don’t like what you are reading leave… it isn’t mandatory that you stay or that you use the recipe or advice…just like turning off the the tv if ya don’t like what ya see or hear.

  339. Erin Not Specified Not Specified

    These are in my oven now and I can’t wait to try them! Although I had to improvise and use mozzerella and bacon. I will def try the gruyere and pancetta version soon! Thanks!

  340. Cengiz Not Specified Not Specified

    Thanks for sharing this lovely recipe. I tried your version and it was lovely! I then did a slight (Cypriot) variation. I used a mix of grated helloumi and cheddar cheese, chopped fresh mint and chopped dried figs instead of the bacon… Topped with a sprinkle of sesame seeds. Worth a try if you fancy something different… Thanks again

  341. loripopc Not Specified Not Specified

    Any ideas on how to make this while camping? Our rv doesn’t have an oven, but I really want to try this.

  342. Roštiljanje Not Specified Not Specified

    Nice recipe, that bread looks delicious. Thanks, now I know what to prepare tomorrow for breakfast

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  344. Abdul Not Specified Not Specified

    made my mouth water….

    looks delicious

    and also love the designs variations

  345. redfly Not Specified Not Specified

    delicious :)

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  351. Vedette Not Specified Not Specified

    This would make a great breakfast gift for my dad, and its easy to prepare as well. Thank you for this.

  352. Alessandro Not Specified Not Specified

    OMGGGGGGG YOUR BLOG IS AMAZING!!!! Great Recipes SUPER-GREAT PICS! LOVE LOVE LOVE IT!

  353. theultimatefoodaddict Not Specified Not Specified

    great work! everything looks so yummy!

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  358. Sarah Not Specified Not Specified

    I made these with spinach, roasted grape tomatoes and a mixture of gruyere and tomato basil cheddar. I filled them with everything but the eggs and some of the cheese. I will bake in the morning, slice and serve up at our work’s monthly breakfast. I think it will be delicious!

  359. Maricelaf63 Not Specified Not Specified

    Hi Teri,

    First of all thank you for this recipe! I made these last year for my family and they loved them…they were such a big hit! This Saturday I’ll be making them again for them and they’re excited about it! However, in the efforts of trying hard to stay on my diet…I was thinking of changing the heavy cream for 2% milk….will that ruin it? Also, what would you suggest serving these beauties with besides orange juice or coffee? Is there a side dish you would serve with these beautiful egg boats with? I would appreciate your feedback. Again, thank you so much!

  360. Susan Not Specified Not Specified

    I’m going to do this because, like you, I love a good and leisurely breakfast. I must say to you that I have never gone to Subway but over 50 years ago when I was in high school there was a diner across from school that would take baguettes and hollow them out and fill them with chili. We loved it and the the bread was soaked with the juice and so it was great eating. Just wanted you to know that Subway may have cut a V but the idea is not new.

    Have a wonderful breakfast and day.

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  362. deb mccracken Not Specified Not Specified

    This recipe just cries out for a mimosa breakfast buffet…!! Could be adjusted for so many different ingredients (i.e. grilled corn/green chilis/salsa OR mini-bay shrimp/chives/sliced olives OR ground Italian sausage/mozzarella). Yummmmm.

  363. Laura Not Specified Not Specified

    I subbed chopped sundried tomatoes in oil for the bacon, and it was delicious!

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  367. Glenn Not Specified Not Specified

    Tried this today with bacon and extra-old cheddar. I am now the god of breakfast. Thanks!!

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  369. Katie Not Specified Not Specified

    Can you make this recipe without using heavy cream?

  370. Robert Giardino Not Specified Not Specified

    Great idea! Were the demi-baguettes the fully baked ones or the frozen (and then thawed) par-bake ones? I always have the par-bake ones on hand, so if it is only a matter of adjusting cooking times/temps, that is easy to do.

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  374. Maggie Not Specified Not Specified

    Oh my goodness…these look amazing and I am having guest over Easter…now I know what I’m going to serve them for brunch!

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  377. Sara Not Specified Not Specified

    Love this Idea I pinned it a while ago but I’m actually making them this morning. Hope my family loves them as much as you guys do :) thanks for sharing.

  378. Christina Not Specified Not Specified

    Hi, Can you tell me approximately how long and wide a demi sourdough baguette is? I hate wasting food and am worried that i am going to buy too big ones.

    Can you please email the answer?

    Thanks

    Christina

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  383. arcelie cultura Not Specified Not Specified

    love this recipe so much… i should try this and let my kids taste this. im sure they will love this too. tnx for sharing and pls keep on sharing nice recipe… more power…

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  391. Angela Conners Not Specified Not Specified

    I made this for breakfast this morning. It was awesome, great recipe. Simple but yummy.

  392. Steel fence posts Menards Not Specified Not Specified

    I’m truly enjoying the design and layout of your
    blog. It’s a very easy on the eyes which makes it much more enjoyable for me to come here and visit
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    Superb work!

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  396. Victoria Not Specified Not Specified

    Que desayuno mas delicioso…
    Me encanta

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  399. Jane Campbell Not Specified Not Specified

    In the oven right now. Had ham & swiss on hand so used that instead. If it turns out well as everyone says it will, this is my hubby’s assignment for Mother’s Day breakfast in bed :)

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  408. Dan Not Specified Not Specified

    These look fantastic, I can’t wait to make them for breakfast – tomorrow -who can wait for a brunch? Beautiful photography, too.

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  410. Felicia B. Not Specified Not Specified

    Looks wonderfully delicious. Will try it out this weekend. Thanks for sharing!

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  413. Natalie Not Specified Not Specified

    I tried making this wonderful looking dish this morning but unfortunately it did not turn out for me! I am SOOO sad. I had it in the oven for 2 hours and the eggs stayed soupy. I don’t know why it’s not working for me. But I am going to attempt it again, this time by making the eggs first then putting them in the bread and putting a sprinkle of cheese on top.

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  416. Kate Not Specified Not Specified

    Some people like to use recipes as instruction, others use them as inspiration! Either way, reading about what people are cooking is always great. I love this idea and the way it is presented. THANKS!

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  418. dani Not Specified Not Specified

    The Chew totally stole this recipe today!

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  430. Lauren Not Specified Not Specified

    I was wondering what the function of the cream is. I make little mini egg casserole-ish things in muffin tins to freeze and eat for breakfast later in the week – a variety of eggs, cheese, veggies, meat – and I never use milk/cream in them. Would the consistency change?

    Also, how well do these freeze? I’d love to try them in addition to what I already do, and being able to slice and freeze would be amazing.

  431. Greg Not Specified Not Specified

    Great recipe. I made this recipe in Yorkshire pudding breads instead. Partially cook the egg mixture first and stuff. Cut the bread in half when done and top with Hollandaise sauce or cheese sauce.

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  433. denise Not Specified Not Specified

    I don’t particularly like gruyere cheese. Does anyone think it would ruin it to use Swiss or some other cheese? I am just concerned about it being too runny using Swiss? I would appreciate any help ;)

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  441. Lisa Not Specified Not Specified

    Could these be made ahead and frozen?

  442. Christine Godfrey Not Specified Not Specified

    Wow they look and sound delicious. Lots of opportunity for different meats, vegies or cheeses to change it up to specific likes and dislikes. Very versatile, can’t wait to try them. YUM!

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