Egg Boat Breakfast

I may have said it before, but I’ll say it again, I don’t like eggs. Scrambled I can handle as long as I have ketchup to cover the taste and some of the texture. I don’t want the girls to dislike eggs just because I do so every once in awhile we have them, or make something that they are the main ingredient in. A couple Sundays ago I made a special ‘egg’ breakfast and hoped that at least Hubby would like it so it wouldn’t be a waste if the rest of us didn’t like it.

Egg Boats

Mix everything together.

Hollow out some buns.

 Scoop some of the egg mixture in to the buns, they will over flow while cooking, and some liquid will absorb into the bun.

Cooked until golden and firm.

I loved these! I can’t believe how good they were, everyone here loved them. We’ll be enjoying them again in the near future. :-)

*Update: Not only are they great with bacon but without, though the bacon is so much better. They are also great with chucks of ham as well. These are a great make ahead breakfast for the week ahead as well.

I hope you enjoy, from our breakfast table to yours.

Egg Boat Breakfast


  • 4 eggs
  • 1/3 cup of milk
  • 1 cup of chopped bacon
  • some green onion
  • salt & pepper
  • 1/2 cup cheese (your choice of kind)


  1. While waiting for the oven to preheat I cut the centers out of some homemade rolls.
  2. Place your rolls on/in an oven safe dish or pan and carefully pour your egg mix into them without overfilling them.
  3. Bake at 350 for 30-35 minutes or until the egg is fluffy.

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  1. says

    I’m the same way about eggs. I can do an omelet every now and again if it has lots of veggies and cheese, or maybe some scrambled eggs with lots of dill, but just the thought of a soft-boiled egg grosses me out! This is a great idea, and very timely for me. We had a party the other day and have a bunch of rolls leftover. I might have to try this in the morning. One question though … was the bacon cooked first? I can’t imagine it cooking in the egg/bread.
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  2. says

    I like that boat idea. It would be a good way to do a meatball sandwich. Sorry I can’t do eggs so I skimmed the post daydreaming about what else I could do with the bread. 😉

  3. says

    I saw a version of these on Pinterest a while back and have been meaning to try it but keep forgetting. I’m like you – can handle a scrambled egg now and again with ketchup, but other than that, it has to be an omelet or something with lots of other stuff in it. Just the thought of a soft-boiled egg sends chills down my spine LOL. [#TALU]
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