Spinach and Artichoke Parmesan Eggs with Ham… and a New Pan!

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Eggs with Spinach Parmesan

Add a little Spinach Parmesan Dip to eggs with ham for a special treat!

Everyone loves a special breakfast.  Something you wouldn’t have every day, something almost decadent but healthy too.   This week I have been treating myself to a new combination that makes me drool just to think of it.   Not only is my new breakfast tasty, fast and easy,  but it doesn’t make a mess in my new pan without using oil or butter.

We’ve been shopping at Costco lately,  due to holiday celebrations and lots of family at home. Everyone  enjoys appetizers including their sliced lean ham and spinach artichoke dip.   I decided to try adding the  Stonemill Spinach and Artichoke Dip to my Kirkland ham and eggs…just a heaping teaspoonful…just enough for big flavor!  One tablespoon of the dip adds 50 calories, but we’re not using butter either!

Eggs, ham and Spinach Parmesan Dip

A few weeks ago I heard about some cookware that is made in Korea and uses a  ceramic marble coating over cast aluminum.  No fat is necessary as the pan is non-stick without using metals that could pose a health concern.  I found the KW Marble Ware pans  at Kitchen Fantasy in Temecula, CA and decided to try one of the pans with my new egg concoction.  The eggs spread out in the pan beautifully and without sticking!  The ham browned nicely too.

KW Marble Ware with eggs and ham cooking

KW Marble Ware 28 cm pan

Just before removing the eggs from the pan, I added the Spinach Parmesan Dip.  It melts into the eggs and gets all gooey…YUM!

No need to add salt, as the ham and the dip already season the eggs perfectly.

When the eggs are ready to eat, top with avocado, of course!

Spinach Artichoke Eggs with Avocado

Add some avocado to those delicious Spinach Artichoke Parmesan Eggs!

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3 Comments

  1. Ooooh that sounds SO good! And I’m totally intrigued about that pan!! I’m coming to YOUR house for breakfast! 🙂

    • You’re welcome anytime! First saw the pans in Old Town…a Korean healer showed them. Was going to drive all the way back to her boutique to buy one, then found in Temecula. A friend who’s dad lived in Japan knew about them too…says they’re great. I wondered if you knew about them.

  2. I’ve been looking for a new pan. I will have to check this one out!

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