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Cheesy Egg Pouches #Backtoschooltreats

 Thanks to T-fal USA for the free product!

#BackToSchoolTreats day two here!  I am sharing such goodies with you today.  Nothing is as good as breakfast to me, so I am continually looking for a fun and unique way to do breakfast.  I like to make breakfast as nice to look at as it is to eat, and these Cheesy Egg Pouches do both!

I wouldn't be able to do them without the help of my T-fal cookware. I use my 10" skillet every day. The Thermo-Spot helps me know when the pot is ready to use and I get great results each and every time. It is easy to read the Thermo-Spot: once the dashes around the spot are no longer visible, it is time to cook!  The clean-up is so easy, just a splash of hot water and soap, and the pot almost cleans itself!

For other wonderful cooking with T-Fal cookware, visit them on Instagram.  I love watching their posts come across my feed!  

To make the Cheesy Egg Pouches you will need 1 egg per person (I make two for myself,) 1 oz of cheese per egg, 1/2 T butter per egg.  Heat up your T-fal skillet until the dashes are no longer visible.  Break an egg into a cup and beat with a fork until frothy.  Melt butter in the pan.  Add egg and swirl around the skillet.  Cook for a minute, then fold the egg circle in half to make 1/2 circle.  Place the cheese on the left side of the half-circle and cover the cheese by folding the right side of the egg over the cheese to make a quarter circle.  Remove from the skillet with a spatula and plate.

Kids love these pouches topped with salsa and sour cream.  Adults love them with sriracha and goat cheese!  Change up the fillings!  I use leftover meatballs, sloppy joes, and meatloaf in the pouch. So good!

Check out the other delicious goodies!

Breakfast Recipes
Banana Mango Overnight Oats by Palatable Pastime
Fried Egg Pouches by Our Good Life
PB&J Overnight Oats by Kate's Recipe Box
Scrambled Egg and Sausage Breakfast Taquitos by Blogghetti
S'Mores Stuffed French Toast by Jolene's Recipe Journal

Dessert Recipes
Cookie Butter Blondies by The Redhead Baker
Easy Homemade Strawberry Shortcake by Making Miracles
Star Crunch Brownies by Sweet Recipeas

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  1. I have some T-Fal cookware I love too. I haven't seen the new skillet. And those egg pouches would be a hit with my husband.

  2. This egg pouch looks like the perfect breakfast! This looks like something I can start making for my husband.

  3. These look so good...I love the cheese!!

  4. Oh yes please! I need to make these for breakfast one morning. They look incredible.

  5. Those look awesome! They're like omelette squares. I need these in my life.

    1. Ben, in all reality, they are just mini omelettes! Ha!

  6. I adore how flexible eggs are - great ways to use up odds and ends of veggies, proteins, and cheeses in the refrigerator!

  7. I love scrambled eggs so this looks amazing! My kids would really like this too.

  8. My kids would love this even at lunch time when they come home. It looks delicious! Thanks for such an easy, straight forward recipe.

  9. These definitely would be a big hit here!

  10. Rose Ann Sales5:04 AM

    Oh I love my skillet too. A great cookware matters so much.

  11. Looks delicious. Love to try it out for my weekend brunch.

  12. Those look amazing. My youngest daughter and I have been having eggs a lot for breakfast lately. I bet she'd love to try these. They look a lot like an omelette, which she loves.

  13. This looks so easy to make. A perfect breakfast idea!

  14. This is a fantastic idea! My husband loves egg, will try this soon!

  15. What a great twist on an omelet!! Perfectly simple and delicious.

  16. I like easy and simple breakfast idea like this. SO easy!


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