Bacon And Cheese Bread Bowls by Mau Lyn - Musely
  • Login/Sign up
  • $ 11% Cashback on all one-time purchases
    11% Cashback is available to all registered users and will be give in the form of Musely Coins.
    * Buy Together & Subscriptions orders are not eligible for Cashback
  • Free shipping over $25

    Free Shipping on All Orders Over $25.

    You may request a return within 30 days from the date the product is shipped.

    All returns may be tentative on brand approval.

Bacon And Cheese Bread Bowls

posted in Food & Drink

    6-8 small rolls. Example Ciabatta Bread
    4 oz. ham or bacon in small cubes
    4 oz. cream cheese type philadelphia
    4 oz. grated Gruyere cheese or cheese you like most.
    2 eggs
    a pinch of salt
    a pinch of ground pepper
    basil leaves (optional)


    Preheat oven to 350 º F
    Empty the center of the rolls for the top.

    While keeping stirring the eggs with a little salt and pepper, add the grated cheese, cream cheese and ham or bacon, add some chopped basil.

    Place all rolls into a mold, fill with the mixture generously and bake 10-15 minutes. until set the filling and lightly browned on top.

    Eating well to appreciate hot crusty bread texture and creaminess of the filling.


See all comments

Related Tips

See other sign in/up options
Set up my password later
Create a Password
For better protection, please provide a password for your account.
Login / sign up with Email
Forgot Password?
New to Musely
See other login options
Sign Up with Email
Already have an account? Login
Login with email
Forgot Password?
Looks like you have an account already
Enter your password to proceed to checkout
Forgot Password?
Please re-enter your password
Forgot Password?
* This is for protection of your private information
Create a Password
For better protection, please provide a password for you account.
For privacy reasons, you must login every time you access this page.
Forgot Password?
< back
< back
Reset Password
Enter the email address associated with your account
< back