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Old Thu, Oct-18-18, 12:05
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Has anyone tried reproducing these yet? They're super tasty and lovely. I'm getting my silicone forms today (hopefully) and I'll try an instant pot version soon.
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Old Thu, Oct-18-18, 14:10
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Old Fri, Oct-19-18, 09:57
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I did see those, but I don't have those tiny jars. Hopefully my silicone molds will arrive today.
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Old Fri, Oct-19-18, 10:24
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Nancy those jars are jelly jars and in most stores right now as there are a seasonal item. Great for multi use. I put peanut butter in them for kids lunches.

Otherwise, to make up an egg, I use a ceramic bowl, drop i egg, whisk, add extras or not and microwave. For a change of pace. The sizing is different: flat and wide round. Makes for quick egg salad. A ceramic mug works too.

I envy you your silicon option-- will be loads of fun to trial those babies!!
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I'm just going to use muffin tins with cup liners. I found a similar recipe that has "if you want to use an oven." Of course, I have no eggs right now or the other ingredients...I really could have used them to make a slew of these for the kiddos to eat on the way to a 9am soccer games tomorrow...Le sigh.

Another time perhaps.


Let us know how it turns out, Nancy.
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Old Sun, Oct-21-18, 12:19
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I never heard of this. I mean of course I've heard of the lowcarb egg-etc. muffins but I mean of the starbucks thing. (Because I live in a cave.) I have tons of diff kinds of silicone molds and I finally get a new range Wednesday!! (Have been stuck with a toaster oven for years!) Maybe I should make an eggy wonderland of mini-muffins to celebrate. :-) If you work out a recipe that's yummy, share it please!


Might try this one (made LC)

https://www.platingsandpairings.com...rbucks-copycat/


PJ

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Old Mon, Oct-22-18, 08:44
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That's the recipe I used, PJ! It worked out well, or would have had I remembered to add the prosciutto. They came out puffy and light.
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