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We love making easy meals that look and taste gourmet, especially for breakfast. This dish is no exception—it delivers on flash and flavor, but is a breeze to “whip” up.
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These are so cute and delicious. I don’t have parchment paper so I baked them on a baking stone greased with coconut oil (Tropical Traditions Gold Label,of course). It worked perfectly–they slid right off the stone. This also gave me the opportunity to use a set of rainbow colored tiny prep bowls that my sister gave me (they held the yolks while I made the nests). I will definitely make these again and again.
These look beautiful on the plate, and they taste awesome! Pretty simple to make, and now a “go to” item for me.
These are so quick and easy to make. I chilled them and put a smear of avocado on the top for a easy lunch to pack for later.
I just made these out of your cookbook! Very easy, delicious, and beautiful looking breakfast. I was full before even finishing one! Might have had something to do with the coconut butter and almond butter i was eating while they were cooking though 😉
I just made this for breakfast and they came out great. Easy and different. 🙂
How long do you think they’re good for? Wondering if I could make these ahead of time for breakfast throughout the week. They look amazing!
Okay so I had never whipped egg whites before and my arm about disintegrated right off my arm – but it was worth it! My yokes broke as I poured them onto my egg nests and it was a funny looking concoction when it came out of the oven. Nevertheless the flavor was unbeatable! I absolutely love coconut, so I was in heaven. Must invest in a hand blender! :0)
I’ve made these a few times now and LOVE them! I have to cook mine a smidge longer (probably my oven.) The taste is different but that’s what I love! Fun, delicious meal. Don’t forget the sea salt though it’s essential!
I made these this morning. Yum! I even used reduced-fat coconut and they were still really tasty. And I agree with christiewarren that the sea salt really does bring out the flavor.
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