I have been starring at this recipe on my Pinterest Breakfast board long enough! It was finally time to make it! I think the biggest reason I hesitated so long was because of the crepes.
See...I can cook pretty much anything. Easy dishes, difficult dishes, no worries. I just follow the recipe and I'm good to go. But there are some things in this world that I just can not make. And the weird thing is that they're easy things! Mashed Potatoes. I make what is quite possibility the worst mashed potatoes on the face of the planet. Seriously...they are truly terrible. Why? I have no idea. I just know that they're horrible, and I should never make them. Thank God for Ore-Ida'a Steam 'N Mash, or we'd NEVER have mashed potatoes!
And crepes. Easiest thing in the world to make, yet I just can't do it. There is, however, a super simple solution to the crepe-making challenged...buy the pre-made one's at the store! Yes folks, they DO sell pre-made crepes. They look like this (at least the ones I buy)...
...and they're wonderful (I'm not trying to pimp out these crepes for the company or anything, I'm just sharing a handy product that I happen to come across while shopping. Just thought I'd clarify that). I don't go anywhere fancy for them either. They sell them at Publix in the Produce section, right next to the fresh strawberries and blueberries. Once it dawned on me to buy these I practically ran to the kitchen to make this recipe and I loved it!
I'm not a huge fan of ham, but when you pair it with an egg, I'm in love. This was a wonderful recipe that was super simple to make, and I know I'll be making it often. Heath will probably even enjoy it since it's got the ham in it! Jesse...eh...not so much :)
'Ham and Egg Crepe Squares'
Source: Martha Stewart
8 slices of thin deli ham
4 large eggs
Salt and ground pepper
Fresh chopped chives or parsley
1 Heat oven to 350 degrees. Place 4 crepes on a rimmed baking sheet.
2. Place 2 slices ham on each crepe. Crack 1 egg into center of each; fold edges toward center, using the egg to hold the sides in place.
3. Season with salt and pepper and bake until egg white is set and yolk is still runny, 10-12 minutes. Top with chives or parsley.