Wednesday, 15 April 2015

Egg and goats cheese bakes and decluttering my house

If you've followed my Instagram for any length of time you will probably have seen these pop up there from time to time. they're one of my favourite go to recipes for when I'm trying to be very strict on carbs and when I have very little food in. They have under 4g carbs per dish and are so delicious. they're also egg fast friendly and only require a couple of ingredients and a few minutes to make. What more could you want?!

I've been making these especially often recently as I have been trying to declutter my house and run down all the food supplies that I keep in as I have decided that I keep far too much food in at any one time. I've been following the Pop sugar 30 day declutter challenge which you can find here if you're interested. Basically each day for 30 days you focus on decluttering one area of your home. It is a very challenging task for me as I love buying stuff and hate throwing anything away. So far I'm doing pretty well though and have got rid of several bags and boxes of stuff, and the kitchen already looks a lot better. I must admit I have already fallen behind and am having to do a couple of days at a time sometimes because I didn't manage to do it the previous day, but the important thing is I keep at it. I'll keep you posted as to how I get on!

I have made them so far with cheddar and goats cheese, but you can make it with any two cheeses (or more if you fancy it!).

You will need (makes one):
  • 30g grated cheddar cheese
  • 30g crumbled soft goats cheese
  • One egg
  • 1 tsp dried mixed herbs
  • Take a small ovenproof dish and sprinkle the cheese into it, sprinkle it mostly around the sides leaving the middle mostly clear
  • Crack the egg into the centre
  • Sprinkle with the dried herbs
  • Pop into the oven on a medium heat for about 10 minutes or until the egg looks cooked to your liking- I like mine still a bit runny.
  • Make another one- you don't have to do this- but you will probably want to!
And that's it! they literally take about 15 minutes start to finish and taste amazing. Hope you love them!


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