How To Make Baked Eggs with Spinach, Parmesan and Paprika By Honest Mum

Eggs aren’t just for breakfast people! These little (mini) egg feasts are so versatile they can be eaten any time of day.

I’m a huge fan of eggs at lunchtime and in particular this rather egg-cellent baked eggs with spinach, parmesan and paprika is a quick, easy, low carb and nutritious dish to enjoy as part of a working lunch or a lazy weekend brunch for the whole family.

The parmesan gives the dish a lovely richness and bite that is complimented perfectly by the kick of the paprika.

baked eggs with spinach

I love to enjoy mine with some lovely fresh baked bread for dipping or alternatively for those on a low-carb diet, grill some British asparagus to dip!

For more egg-citing (sorry! I couldn’t resist) dishes check out my Pinterest Board dedicated to some of my fave egg recipes.

Enjoy x

Baked Eggs With Spinach, Parmesan and Paprikabaked eggs

Baked Eggs With Spinach, Parmesan and Paprika

(Serves 2)

  • 2 large handful of fresh spinach
  • 1/2 tsp sea salt
  • 1/2 tsp paprika
  • 4 eggs
  • 200g grated parmesan

Instructions

Preheat oven to 200 degrees celcius and lightly grease two oven-safe ramekin dishes

Steam and wilt spinach in a steamer until soft and divide between the two ramekins and fill the base. Season with paprika and sea salt to taste

Top the spinach with 1-2 eggs each.

Cook for 8-10 minutes or until desired doneness. The whites should be cooked through but the yolk still soft.

Top with the parmesan cheese and serve with toast.

Serve with fresh bread for dipping!

P.S If you love low carb recipes, check out my courgetti with feta, chilli and fried garlic.

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38 Responses

  1. Emily

    I would never think of using eggs in this way! What a fabulous idea, I am totally inspired. Our little one loves eggs so I will definitely give these a go 🙂 Emily #TastyTuesdays

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  2. Nikki Frank-Hamilton

    Those little egg delights look so delish! We do a lot of eggs, breakfast, brunch and dinner. Omelets are a favorite and everyone can choose their own ingredients. These beauties look like something we can tailor to our wants and needs too! Thanks for the recipe.
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  3. Annie

    Eee my first time joining in! Thanks for hosting Vicki!
    Your baked eggs look yummy – I’ll have to try them out one lunch time in the hols (minus the spinach for my fussy pair!)
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    • Honest Mum

      Yay lovely to have you Annie! So glad you like them, we were getting bored with the usual eggs and the kids loved these too!

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  4. Rosie @ Little Fish

    These look yummy! I always tend to cook eggs the same way every time – this has inspired me to try something new! x
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  5. Charlotte Oates

    My favourite time of day for eggs is definitely lunchtime (I’ve realised that I prefer sweeter breakfasts). In my opinion nothing beats a dippy egg and soldiers, yours sounds like the grown up version!
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  6. Grubby Little Faces

    Paprika with eggs that has to be a winner. Great recipe and it looks beautiful too. Thanks for hosting a lovely link-up and always having the time to come visit our blogs. Clare x
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  7. Clare

    Oh like the sound of the paprika in this recipe and I LOVE quick easy recipes ….. i’ll be giving these a try Thanks Clare

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  8. Eb Gargano

    This looks delicious. I really love spinach – I seem to be eating loads of it at the moment…which is probably no bad thing! (Well except for the fact that I can never fit it in the fridge!!) x
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  9. Sarah James

    Wow, another delicious recipe for me to try on the family. We cooked the sausage spaghetti last night, a real crowd pleaser. Thanks Vicki x
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  10. Rebecca U

    This looks amazing. Eggs are the reason I couldn’t fully be a vegan – love them too much, yum! x
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  11. Steph @MisplacedBrit

    Those look delicious! I’m never going to say no to parmesan covered… Hm, anything! 😀
    Have a great week honey x
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  12. Su {Ethan & Evelyn}

    This sound amazing! I love spinach. I eat them all the time. I think I will give this a try. Thank you for the recipe and for hosting too. x
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  13. Sarah

    These look delicious, I think baked eggs are such a classic, but something that you don’t see that often. We keep chickens so I love egg recipes! Vicky, we have linked up a Halloween recipe that we made over the weekend, but the images are a bit gross, so if you want to take it down, feel free – it may not be to everyone’s taste (although technically they could be counted as one of your 5 a day!)x
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    • Honest Mum

      Oh wow, husband and I were just talking about keeping chickens. So glad you like my baked eggs and thank you for linking up-Halloween recipes are meant to be a bit gruesome x

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