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Kids Will Love These Breakfast Egg Cups From Martha Stewart & They’re So Easy to Make

This weekend for breakfast, skip the usual scrambled eggs with a side of bacon and toast slathered with strawberry jam. Instead, gather the kiddos to make Martha Stewart‘s delicious — and very easy to make — Florentine Egg Cups.

“It’s a fun twist on a classic,” says Kelly Vaughan, associate digital food editor for Martha Stewart Living in a tutorial video recently shared on Stewart’s Instagram. “All you need are a handful of basic ingredients — eggs, frozen spinach, white sandwich bread, and butter — and in just 30 minutes, breakfast is served.”

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She’s right; it’s just that easy.

This delicious recipe only requires a few ingredients:

  • White sandwich bread
  • Kosher salt and pepper for seasoning
  • Large eggs
  • Frozen chopped spinach
  • Butter

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After assembling the egg cups, you bake them for 15-20 minutes and voila! Easy and delicious breakfast.

Of course, if you’re anything like us, we like our eggy breakfast drizzled with a decadent sauce — and Stewart has just the recipe to pair with your Easy Florentine Egg Cups: Easy Hollandaise. To make Stewart’s Easy Hollandaise, you’ll only need five ingredients: egg yolks, butter, salt, water and lemon juice.

Get the full recipe for Stewart’s Easy Florentine Egg Cups and Easy Hollandaise on Stewart’s website.

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