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Very yummy! Skipped the gouda on top and used some breakfast sausage links in place of ham (since I already had them ready to go) and these were really delicious. I like baking a batch of these every week or so for my teenager to have a hot breakfast on those early school mornings. These can freeze and reheat well too. Lots of mix / match filling options. My bake time was closer to 25 minutes.
Excellent breakfast / brunch dish: ) My son said "Mom why have you not been making these all my life." As you will see this is a very easy and versatile recipe. I did not do exactly as the recipe calls because I did not have sliced bacon strips on hand. Rather I had bacon pieces which I chopped and fried up. I added the bacon pieces to the egg mixture along with the ham. I used a mixture of finely grated cheese; mild cheddar and low-moisture mozzarella. And instead of Gouda on top I used shredded Monterey Jack cheese because my son doesn't care for Gouda. I coated the muffin cups with butter before ladling in the mixture.