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Krissy cooks: Magic Egg, Bacon, and Cheese Cups

You already know about the cooking "challenge" that Maggi Philippines asked me to do. In my previous post, I told you about how my friends and I made Magic Spinach and Mushroom Lasagna as our main dish.

For our appetizer, we made Magic Egg, Bacon, and Cheese Cups. You can check out the recipe here.

We did a major mistake here as the recipe asked for the Nestle Cream to be beaten with the eggs, butter, and Magic Sarap. We neglected to add the Nestle Cream, though, but we managed to work around it.
Make sure to line your muffin pan with oil before putting the wonton wrapper so that they won't stick.
Mmmm bacon.
Pour about one teaspoon each of bacon, quick-melt cheese, and cheddar cheese into each wonton basket.
Closer look
Aaand this is where we messed up.
Good thing there are still two eggs left so we beat them with the Nestle Cream and added it into the mix.
Bake in a preheated oven for about 15 minutes or until the egg mixture is set. Let rest for another 15 minutes.

Fresh from the oven!
Mmm I love melted cheese.
My Magic Egg, Bacon, and Cheese Cup
The verdict? I thought it was a tad too salty, but it's nothing that cannot be fixed for the next time I try to make it. This is very easy to make, the ingredients are easy to find, and it's a great appetizer to serve in house parties, get-togethers, or even when you're just hanging out with your friends!

Maggi Philippines has an extensive and expansive collection of Maggi Magic Recipe Cards where you can choose dishes to prepare for your family and friends, check them out here! I must say that they are all very easy to follow, so much so that even I with Kitchen Know-how Level : Noob was able to understand what needed to be done. Granted that we messed it up with the Nestle Cream thingie, but that was a clear oversight in our part. Good thing we were still able to work around it and our Magic Egg, Bacon, and Cheese Cups still turned out okay!

Special thanks to my friends: to Anne and Chad for lending me their kitchen and to Eric and Erica for helping me with kitchen duties. 'Til our next kitchen adventure(s)! (^_−)☆

Disclosure: This is not a paid post. Maggi sent me a gift pack containing their many different products but the money for the ingredients came from my and my friends' pockets.


Rose said…
i will make this over the weekend! hehe. thanks for the recipe, krissy.

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