Eggs, Healthy Options
November 20, 2014
1 cup grated cheese
1 cup plain flour
1 cup grated carrot, zucchini, or what ever choice of vegetable
1 cup diced bacon/ ham
1 large diced onion
1 cup of cherry tomatoes halved
1 carton of carnation cooking cream/evaporative milk
120 gms butter (melted)
Seasoning to taste
Can also add some crumbled fetta cheese into mix and sprinkle with fresh parmesan cheese.
1Sift flour into a mixing bowl. Stir in cheese, ham/bacon and feta.
2In a jug, blend together milk, eggs and butter. Whisk into flour mixture with choice of grated vegetables and decorate with halved cherry tomatoes and bacon strips.
3Sprinkle evenly with Parmesan.
4Cook until golden and set - 5hrs on low
5Serve warm or cold with salad.
Submitted by Lynne Walters
March 29, 2021
Yes line it with baking paper as that makes it super easy to just lift out by the paper at the end 🙂
March 26, 2021
Do you line your slow cooker with baking paper? Also can you cook in a conventional oven?
When you go to cooking classes they say if the recipe uses a cup measurement, to always use exactly the same cup for each ingredient, then the proportions will be accurate. Hope this helps Pam Thompson😊
February 9, 2017
See my answer above Zoe 🙂
See my answer below Margarer 🙂
After looking at the carton in the picture a quick google search tells me that is Carnation Light Cooking Cream and it is 300ml
Like Zoe, I have only seen tins of evaporated milk — so, how many mls are in a carton please ?
February 7, 2017
can i please get the ml of a 1 carton of carnation cooking cream/evaporative milk i have a 375ml can is that too much or not enough?
December 7, 2016
Love love love this recipe. Next time I will try it with different flavour – you could use anything you wanted in it
October 4, 2016
Easy Conversions from our website 🙂
October 3, 2016
any chance of seeing this recipe with proper weights? This one cup thing is not accurate. How do I know whether my cups contain the same as your cups do? How much evaporated milk does a carton contain in millilitres? I’ve only ever seen tins of evaporated milk.
It’s like trying to do a scientific experiment and the book you are reading from mentions a ‘bit’ of one chemical, a ‘bigger bit’ of another, and a ‘splash’ of something else.
The recipe looks interesting but not with the vague measurements for the ingredients
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