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    I may never eat a plain hard-boiled egg ever again...

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    I didn't fry these and then put them in the oven... I just put them in the oven. 375 for 30 minutes. I used Jimmy Dean All Natural Breakfast Sausage. These are so good!

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    Looks wonderful

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    Yum!!!

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    I've been making those for my breakfasts for several months now, I love 'em. I buy loose sausage from the farmers market, sometimes plain, sometimes sage, then mix a few spoonfuls of chia seeds in them, wrap the eggs and bake them, 375 for 40 minutes. I make mine on Sunday, toss them in the fridge, and eat two a day before work.

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    For my children's lunchboxes I used to make these with quails eggs - super delicious!

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    Oh, those look so good!

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    I tried them, and I like plain eggs better.
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    I adore Scotch eggs! I had one for the first time at the Minnesota State Fair a couple of years ago and it was divine!
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    we love them! i put mustard between the sausage and the egg.

    cut in half, they make great deviled eggs and cut in 4ths they make great party snacks.
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    Mom used to "hide" hard boiled eggs in meat loaf. Poor thing would have done anything to get me to choke down an egg as a kid. So I'd pick out the egg slices and swallow them almost whole so I could enjoy the meatloaf. Now I love eggs, and this is a great idea for tonight's supper.

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