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  1. oooh this looks beautiful (sorry, minus the mushrooms part, i can’t handle those sadly) but brussels and eggs are two of my faves!! and i love your goals. i love unplugging. i got to bed at 10:30 last night because i forced myself to unplug at 9, it was fantastic. good luck on your trip!! have an awesome time!!

    • Hi Molly, Sadly, I need to work on my pre-bed discipline with devices, but I really love the idea of setting a cutoff time. Going to start working toward that promptly. And thanks for the nice wishes about my trip– I’m really thrilled to be going.

  2. I love baked eggs and especially with mushrooms. This is one I’ll definitely have to try!

  3. Whoa…baked eggs, mushrooms and Brussels sprouts! Making this!

  4. This looks incredible, I can’t wait to try it out!
    Just added you to the ‘inspiration’ page on my blog.. you have too many delicious looking things that I want to try!

  5. Reeva

    I’ve seen a lot of baked egg dishes in restaurants lately. I am excited to try this one at home! Thanks for sharing.

  6. Yes. Yes to more mess, to shutting the computer, and heading to Costa Rica! I actually adore Costa Rica and have been plotting a way to get back. Be sure to get a big plate of Gallo Pinto for me while you are there! (and this egg bake looks divine- I do love brussels sprouts and eggs together!)

  7. longtime reader/lurker here – i work for Rainforest Alliance and was pleasantly surprised to see you’re going on our upcoming press trip. i got to costa rica last year with work to visit some RA cert farms. i think you will have an awesome time and learn a lot! enjoy it.

    • Hi Julia, I just said to Brian, “Hey, we have a longtime reader!” So that made me happy. And what a great coincidence! I feel like the luckiest girl in the world to be going on the trip, and am really looking forward to checking out farming practices there, and learning more. Thanks so much for commenting!

  8. What a beautiful egg casserole! How nice that your goals involve real living, not a superficial, just-for-show way of life so common these days. Congratulations on your trip to Costa Rica, too!

  9. I love that post from Happy Yolks. It resonated with me so much. And I’m happy to hear that others are feeling similarly. This bake sounds so warm and comforting–the perfect dinner or breakfast or anytime really! Have a great time on your trip!

  10. Such a tasty recipe! Love the use of crimini mushrooms in this dish- they add much wonderful flavour!! Thanks for sharing…


  11. This baked eggs with brussels sprouts and mushrooms looks amazing. It looks perfect to me! In fact, you just gave me a great weeknight meal idea. Must try this one soon. Thanks for sharing & have a great week!

  12. I’ve been a bit crazy lately so I haven’t had much time for blog browsing, but late last night I had a bout of insomnia and caught up on all of your posts that I missed. Without sounding too much like a nerdy fangirl, I feel like I have to say how very much I admire you. Your writing, your unfussy photographs, your gorgeous-yet-completely-approachable food… just… everything.

    So thank you so very much for brighting up my dark night, and for a baked egg fan like myself, this dish is most definitely going into high rotation.

    • Sara, You have the BEST reasons for falling behind on blog browsing. Congratulations on all of your recent success! It’s been such a pleasure to follow along as the accolades pile up. It is SO well-deserved.

      And I can’t thank you enough for your kind words. It can be hard to keep being ourselves in this seemingly-perfect food blog world. We always strive for our food to be relatable, and it means a lot to me that it is for you! (And yeah, eggs! My heart goes pitter pat when I spy the first bright orange yolk of the season.)

  13. Debbie Greene

    Had to respond….sounds like you are sooo on the right track.
    Enjoy Costa Rica.

  14. BJ

    Trying it tomorrow night. But with asparagus, I think. Mostly cause I’m crazy about asparagus.

  15. Liz Studley

    Making this right now. Wondering if there is a version done in a casserole dish for 2 to 3 servings? Can’t wait ti eat this for lunch.

  16. Greta

    Bello! This recipe sounds really interesting and inviting! Thank you for the idea, I’m gonna cook it for my family this weekend. The only thing I wanted to know is: heavy cream… Can I replace it with milk? You added one tbsp… What is for such a little quantity? Thank you!

  17. So many things about finding this post feel kismet about finding this post a year after it was written.
    In addition to simply loving what you wrote (because my husband and I just decided yesterday to make similar changes) I have a handful of left over mushrooms and brussels in the fridge. Thanks
    So much!!


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