Baked Eggs in Stuffed Peppers Plus Friday Faves

by heidi on September 20, 2013

Why is it that food seems more special when it’s served in its own edible vessel? Spaghetti tacos, cupcake ice cream cones, heirloom tomato salad in frico cups, and any fruity drink served in a pineapple. Okay, maybe it’s the umbrella that gives that piña colada an extra panache.

Which got me to thinking about breakfast. But really, what else is new? Baked Eggs in Stuffed Sweet Peppers. That’s my new jam.

Baked Eggs Peppers | FoodieCrush.com

While I love my breakfast stratas and French toasts — baked with bananas and chocolate chips, stuffed with Mascarpone cheese or baked in little cups with sausage — this go around calls for something a little more special.

Cue the special, edible vessel.

Baked Eggs Peppers | FoodieCrush.com

Baked Eggs Peppers | FoodieCrush.com

Sweet yellow, orange or red bell peppers are the cradle for a mix of sweet potato hash with thyme and a splash of brandy topped with cheese and nestled in a bed of marinara.

And lest us not forget the sunny side up egg. For as we all know the mantra of 2012: “Put an egg on it,” still bears true in 2013.

Get my Baked Eggs in Stuffed Peppers recipe over on the Go Bold With Butter blog. Perfect for a harvest moon brunch this weekend don’t you think?

Baked Eggs Peppers | FoodieCrush.com

This weekend I’ll be watching the moonshine and sunrise dance on the breakers of Coronado, CA, teaching my Smudge the finer skills of playing beach Smashball and definitely visiting a ramen house or two. But hopefully 7 or 13.

What’s on your weekend schedule? I hope visiting a few of my Friday Faves is somewhere on your list. Let’s get this thing started.

What I wouldn’t give to roll up in the RV with Jesse and Mr. White for a little cooking and the series finale screening in a cemetery of my favorite show on television (don’t even breathe a word until I’ve finished my marathon catch up on Netflix.)

Food. Wine. Rubbing elbows with Cat and Jacques. I’m going, you should too.

See ‘ya later Cronuts. 18 food mashups that will blow your mind.  #14 and #17 are especially intriguing. Boom. Mind blown.

This weeks’s new favorite Instagram follow , because who doesn’t love food > dogs > gorgeousness.

Can’t. Quit. Singing. My husband has an ear for new talent and I can’t get enough of his latest discovery who’s all of 16 years old and oh so mesmerizing.

What chooo talkin’ ’bout?  Find out who’s talking about you on social media.

Emmy watching this Sunday? Hey! Let’s make it a party.

50 best dessert recipes of all time = 372 gallons of milk to drink along with them.

Reality check: If you were homeless, would you turn in $40K of found cash?

I may never turn on my iPad again because I love this update oh so much. 12 new and hidden settings for IOS7 (I’ll probably use tip #1 the most bit can’t wait to try #9) and 7 others that will make you never want to put your phone down again.

Seems so obvious, but obviously not. 12 Intentional ways to engage on social media.

Plan ahead. Get your homemade Christmas gifts steeping.

The blush combo I can’t live without.

This weeks fantasy dinner is an ode to the harvest we’re all reaping:
Spicy Fresh Tomato Soup with Caraway Seed Cheese Toasts
Grilled Romaine Salad with Chicken, Peaches and Blue Cheese
Leftover Barbeque Pot Pie with Red Potatoes
Fig and Balsamic Ice Cream
Whiskey Me Away Cocktail

I’m finally using a calendar app I really like and it’s even working!

Hipsters eat in silence. And this is supposed to be fun?

Don’t eat in silence this weekend. Go out, have fun and shout it from the rooftops.

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Posted in: breakfast and brunch,recipes,vegetables and fruits

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Liz @ The Lemon Bowl September 20, 2013 at 5:53 am

I love edible vessels. Also can’t wait to discover more fun things to do with the new iPhone system!

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ThisBakerGirlBlogs September 20, 2013 at 6:29 am

Such gorgeous colours! Looks delicious :)

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Stephanie @ Girl Versus Dough September 20, 2013 at 8:11 am

I always love your Friday Faves — I’m obsessed with Lorde, too, and soon to be obsessed with that list of dessert recipes! As for these baked eggs? Total weekend-worthy breakfast!

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heidi September 20, 2013 at 2:32 pm

Isn’t Lorde great? I’m trying to convert my Smudge to becoming a fan and giving up a little One Direction fandom.

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Chung-Ah | Damn Delicious September 20, 2013 at 8:56 am

“Edible vessles” are the best, and this is no exception! And yes, Jason and I are SO excited about BB’s finale. We’re making it into a huge event! Walter White is a badass.

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Trisha September 23, 2013 at 2:20 am

These look delightful. so healthy and love the colours! x

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Emily September 23, 2013 at 12:46 pm

I have never made stuffed peppers. My mom used to make them and I didn’t love the recipe so it turned me off. But now I think I could give them another try!

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Christine September 30, 2013 at 7:23 am

Try making tradition stuffed peppers in the microwave; it makes a big difference. I like a crunchier pepper but that is up to you. Or make them unstuffed, chopped peppers with the rice and tomato sauce and ground beef. I make unstuffed cabbage rolls and It is so much easier.

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ashley - baker by nature September 23, 2013 at 1:30 pm

Oh my gosh! Baked eggs IN stuffed peppers?! Well, I’m in love.

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Cathy December 30, 2013 at 1:14 am

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up the good work fellows.

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