Looking for a way to elevate your breakfast experience without elevating your cooking time? Look no further than this smorgasbord-style breakfast, courtesy of Michelle from Hummingbird High. Featuring baked Eggs en Cocette and a number of ready-made treats like charcuterie and cheeses, this breakfast will save you time in the kitchen so you can spend more time on the important things. Like eating in bed.

west elm - Scandinavian Breakfast with Hummingbird High

For the Eggs en Cocotte:
(Makes 2 servings, but can easily scaled up)

    1 teaspoon extra virgin olive oil
    2 medium eggs
    1 ounce goat cheese
    finely chopped green onions
    salt and pepper, to taste

For the Breakfast Board:

    bacon and other charcuterie of your choice
    biscuits and jams
    soft cheeses of your choice

For the Eggs en Cocotte:

1. Center a rack in the oven and preheat to 375°F. Prepare 2 ramekins by dividing the olive oil evenly between the 2 ramekins. Place the ramekins in a rimmed baking sheet.

2. Place a spoonful of goat cheese at the bottom in each ramekin, before cracking one egg into each ramekin — if you’re using a larger ramekin, you can use up to 2 eggs per ramekin!

3. Sprinkle the eggs with salt and pepper, garnish with green onions.

4. Pour hot water into the baking dish until the water reaches the halfway mark of the ramekins. Carefully transfer to the oven and bake until the whites of the eggs are set, about 13 minutes for runny yolks. If you prefer hard cooked eggs, you can bake for up to 20 minutes. After your preferred baking time, remove the ramekins and transfer directly to your breakfast board.

5. Serve with accoutrements of your choice, including (but not limited to!) bacon and other charcuterie of your choice, biscuits and jams, and other soft cheeses of your choice.

Feel free to get creative and throw in your favorite breakfast items!

west elm - Scandinavian Breakfast with Hummingbird High

west elm - Scandinavian Breakfast with Hummingbird High

west elm - Scandinavian Breakfast with Hummingbird High

west elm - Scandinavian Breakfast with Hummingbird High

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Hailing from San Francisco, Michelle is the baker, blogger and photographer behind Hummingbird High. Check her out over on Instagram, Facebook, Pinterest and Twitter.

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Jasmine

April 1, 2016

This looks delicious! This will be a perfect breakfast idea this weekend.

Jasmine

Josh @ The Kentucky Gent

April 4, 2016

Ooooh, saving this for later. Definitely need a new way to prepare eggs in the mornings.

Elizabeth sabala

February 21, 2017

I’m looking forward to tasting these foods thank you

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