Egg, Jarlsberg and Avocado Breakfast Cups #BreakfastDuos

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I wanted to find a recipe I could make on Sundays that would create super easy to grab, protein filled breakfasts for my husband, the kids and me. When I was asked to create a breakfast recipe using Jarlsberg USA cheese and Avocados from Mexico, I immediately thought of breakfast cups. These are easy to make and are a healthy breakfast option full of protein to keep your energy up.

Egg, Jarlsberg and Avocado Breakfast Cup Recipe:

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Ingredients

1 avocado (We like Avocados from Mexico)

chopping avocados from mexico

1/2 lb Jarlsberg cheese, shredded

6 eggs

Phyllo dough sheets – I used 4.  I think to make life even easier you could grab some shells already baked.

pepper to taste

Preheat oven to 350

Directions:

Shred cheese, pit your avocado and

chop it up finely.  (I love a non stick knife for avocados).

Crack 6 eggs into a mixing bowl, add ground pepper to taste, whisk briskly, then add your avocado.

Lightly grease your muffin pan, then put phyllo sheets into each muffin cup- I cut to fit.  Put about 2 tbsp of egg/ avocado mixture into each cup. Sprinkle with the shredded Jarlsberg.  Bake the breakfast cups about 20  minutes at 350.

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Here’s the #BreakfastDuos clue I have for you, which might help you win a prize during our Twitter Party on April 16th at 7pm EST: The world’s first avocado was grown and cultivated in Mexico. Kind of cool, no?  We’ve been having a lot of fun learning more about avocados, and we are trying to grow avocado plants from the pit used in this recipe.   I do hope you’ll join us for the #BreakfastDuos Twitter party- we’ll be talking lots about yummy foods and of course there will be ($100++ value) prizes!  I’ll be one of the cohosts along with Kitchen PLAY, Jarlsberg USA and Avocados from Mexico. Please RSVP and join us!

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  • That seems so easy to do. Adding other kinds of fruits or berries might also be good. Nice post.

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  • This sounds like an interesting recipe to tr out – I need to find different ways to how to incorporate avocado.

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  • This looks amazing. I am such a huge fan of avocados and use them regularly. This is a recipe I am just going to have to try out.

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  • These sound really good. I bet they would be good with goat cheese and chives too.

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  • I forgot all about how useful phyllo dough is to make healthy dishes. Thanks for your recipe. It sounds delicious.

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  • That looks delicious.

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  • this looks really good.i missed the twitter party,sounds like it was fun

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  • I definitely wouldn’t like this recipe as I do not like avocado’s or really anything in the recipe except eggs. I wish I did like more green veggies and more of the up and coming vegetables. I am sure if I liked Avocado’s I would like this… good job btw!

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  • look yummy like little quiches

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  • I’m a little unsure about this recipe, but my friend thinks it sounds delicious and definitely wants to make it.

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  • I see a Good Cook knife in the pic! :o) I think my hubby and son would love this recipe, they love avocados! Would make a great light dinner as well.

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  • The recipe looks yummy, but I don’t know if I like Avocado. I think I tried it when I was young and didn’t like it, but my taste buds have definitely gotten more sophisticated over the years. I may have to try this recipe. Thanks

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  • This looks yummy! Thanks for sharing!!!

    Maureen
    maureen.tenney@gmail.com

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  • this looks yummy!ty;)

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  • I read this recipe out loud to my fiance who also thinks it sounds delicious! Thanks!

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  • definitely an interesting brunch idea. I’d like to try it but switch up the ingredients a little bit.

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  • Sounds good and looks good but what kind of cheese is that? I have never heard of it at all and I am from Wisconsin.

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  • Sounds like a good one to me. I would love to try the Jarlsberg cheese. Never had it. But I love cheese.

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  • This recipe sounds good. I’m not sure if I like avocado or not. Might be a good way to find out.

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  • Never heard of Jarlsberg cheese, but the breakfast cups look delicious!

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  • The recipe looks delicious and healty.

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  • That looks absolutely delicious, you can’t go wrong with avocado.

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  • This is perfect for Brunch!!

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  • I love cheese and would have never thought to put avocados with cheese the way you did

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  • i have never heard of this cheese. but it and these sound like they would be yummy. and easy too!

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  • This looks so good and my mom loves avacados!

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  • This recipe looks good. I like the fact it is easy to make.

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  • I pinned this recipe to try later. I’ve not always been a fan of avocados, but I am trying to find new ways to try them.

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  • Looks divine. Simple is always delicious! Mmm avacado!

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  • this looks good!ty;)

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  • I love this easy breakfast and it look fancy too.

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  • I love avocado and my mom recently got me hooked on Jarlsberg-I hadn’t heard of before. This is a recipe I’m trying as soon as possible-thank you so much-I’m starving now but it’s 2;30 in the morning :( Ugh lol

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  • I have never tried Jarlsberg but I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE avocados so I’m going to try this recipe. Thanks for sharing.

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  • This recipe is super easy and it looks amazing and easy to eat too. I love finger foods, and so do the kids. I’m going to have to try this, maybe tomorrow morning. Yum!

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  • This looks delicious! I love eggs, cheese and avocados!

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  • These sound yummy and filling. I could see a mimosa along side them.

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  • This sounds declicious! I am always looking for good new breakfast recipes.

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  • Mmmm! These sound wonderful, I am going to pin this and make them Sunday. I would make them tomorrow but I have everything but the cheese.

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  • I rarely wake up early enough to cook breakfast but when I do cook breakfast I love to go out and this recipe is the perfect Sunday morning breakfast!

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  • This is a really good recipe. It sounds yummy.

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  • Love that you’re going to use that avocado pit to grow your own. Hope it works out! Cute little breakfast cups.

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    • We are waiting for them to sprout still- I think it said 3 weeks. Have you done them?

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  • you know, Ive never had an avocado! they look great this way! maybe i’ll try them now

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  • These look awesome! Copies the recipe, can’t wait to try them.

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  • Those look delicious! I’m always looking for new ways to use avocado, which I absolutely love!

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  • These look delicious! I always love recipes that only include ingredients I like. Normally I am editing them all!

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  • These look lovely, you could serve them at a ladies lunch with salads couldn’t you! I am an absolute fool for the combination of Jarlsberg and avocado (which I thought was my own innovation); they are wise to promote it!

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    • It is a delightful combo. You are so ahead of the times! :)

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  • I love Jarlsberg cheese! I hardly see anyone use Scandinavia cheese in US! So happy that you do!

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    • Really? I grew up having Jarlsberg in Cheese fondue !!

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  • These look really good!

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