Baked Egg Stuffed Peppers

Whether you’re looking for breakfast recipes for camping or oven baked eggs for a healthy breakfast for every day, you’re going to love these easy egg stuffed peppers. Made with just two ingredients, it doesn’t get any easier than this!

Easy egg stuffed peppers recipe

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Egg Stuffed Peppers

Egg stuffed peppers

For this breakfast, I created Cheese & Chive Egg Stuffed Peppers and Feta and Herb Egg Stuffed Peppers. It sounds like I did this with a lot of work, but all I did was shake, pour, cook, and serve thanks to Burnbrae Farms EGG Creations!

Not only are the EGG Creations! handy to have in my kitchen for quick and no fuss breakfasts, but they’re perfect to bring with you for camping and times where you need to pack food but save space.

Using liquid eggs to fill bell peppers for a healthy breakfast.

Not only do I love the space saving that the packaging provides (it’s nice to not always have to carry around or stack carton of eggs) but it tastes like I put effort into the dish (when I didn’t do a thing). The cheese and chive stuffed peppers I made for this egg bake recipe took no extra work other than opening the product and pouring. Not a fan of the flavour I’m sharing today?

It’s so easy to change the flavour of these baked eggs, simply switch the variety of the EGG Creations!

Randa’s Tip: Freeze the EGG Creations cartons to help  keep your coolers cool for your drinks, food, etc while transporting. When you’re unpacked and organized, thaw the eggs and use it for cooking.

 

I grew up camping every weekend. Camping here in British Columbia is picturesque. We’re surrounded by provincial parks where each camping spot is private, thanks to the mature spruce, pine, and cedar trees. Our weekends were full of spending time with friends and family, tubing on the lake, fishing, and cooking with the hibachi and campfire. Some friends would have homemade campfire cookers, welded themselves with chains and pullies to have control over cooking with the flames. If we weren’t camping with those families, we used the simple grill that comes with the fire pit.

It’s been a few years since I’ve gone camping so in the recipe instructions I have the how-to for both the fire and baking eggs in the oven. This way you have options if you’re in a tent, travel trailer, or renting a cabin.

Oven baked eggs in a cast iron skillet

How to cook eggs over a fire

This egg bake recipe is crazy easy! Here is a quick how to on how to make it over the first for a healthy camping breakfast recipe. Camping doesn’t have to be chips and hot dogs for breakfast, lunch, and dinner if you don’t want it to be.

A healthy breakfast cooked in a cast iron pan.

For this particular recipe, there are two ways you can do this:

  1. Wrap the stuffed peppers with foil and place on the grill over a fire. You’ll have to check the doneness of the egg every few minutes as each fire varies. This is a great option if you don’t have any cast iron or campfire approved pans to cook with and if you don’t mind your peppers being soft (they will soften up).
  2. Place the egg stuffed peppers in an oiled casted iron pan and tent with foil. Cook until eggs are firm.

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Baked Eggs in Peppers

Eggs baked inside bell peppers

Note: The nutritional information below does not include the optional toppings and garnishes. You really don’t need them since there are cheese and chives in the Cheese & Chive variety, I did it to be fancy for the photos.

Speaking of nutrition: if you’re following 21 Day Fix, Liift4, or any Beachbody portion fix container programs, each egg is 1 red and 1 green (if you add cheese, just use a blue).

Randa’s Tip: Check the eggs at 20 minutes and then see if they need to go longer. The cooking times will vary depending on the size and height of the bell pepper.

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Egg Stuffed Peppers

These egg stuffed peppers are crazy easy! Just two ingredients (plus optional toppings) for a low bar, keto, paleo breakfast that could also be a Whole30 brunch! It's so simple it even works for a camping breakfast recipe!
Course Breakfast
Cuisine American
Keyword egg stuffed peppers, stuffed peppers
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
Total Time 35 minutes
Servings 5
Calories 157kcal

Ingredients

  • 5 bell peppers
  • 1 carton of Burnbrae Farms EGG Creations!
  • Optional: cheese and chives for topping

Instructions

Oven Instructions

    Preheat oven to 375

    • Slice the tops off the bell peppers and scoop out the ribs and seeds.
    • Pour the Burnbrae Farms EGG Creations! of your choice into the pepper (I used Fat Free Cheese & Chive).
    • If desired, top with additional cheese (I used a mixed cheddar) and chives if you want them to look a little fancy.
    • Bake for 30 minutes, or until egg mixture is solid.

    Campfire Instructions

    • Wrap the stuffed peppers with foil and place on the grill over a fire. You'll have to check the doneness of the egg every few minutes as each fire varies. This is a great option if you don't have any cast iron or campfire approved pans to cook with and if you don't mind your peppers being soft (they will soften up).OR
    • Place the egg stuffed peppers in an oiled casted iron pan and tent with foil. Cook until eggs are firm.

    Notes

    Weight Watcher Freestyle: 1 points. 1 SmartPoint per "pepper" when no additional cheese is added

    Nutrition

    Serving: 1pepper | Calories: 157kcal | Carbohydrates: 12.2g | Protein: 23.7g | Fat: 1.4g | Saturated Fat: 0.4g | Cholesterol: 15.9mg | Sodium: 736.1mg | Fiber: 6.3g | Sugar: 6.3g
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    322 comments on “Baked Egg Stuffed Peppers”

    1. i love bringing pickled eggs camping

    2. scrambled eggs with cheese in a skillet

    3. Good old scrambled eggs.

    4. We like to make scrambled eggs with fresh mushroom, tomato, peppers, sausage and cheese

    5. love the original recipies

    6. eggs, veggies and potatoes

    7. Scrambled eggs with salsa is our favorite.

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