Cheesy Scrambled Egg Stuffed Popovers

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Cheesy eggs in popovers on a blue and white plate

I'm so excited to be participating in #BrunchWeek 2019 hosted by Love and Confections and A Kitchen Hoor's Adventures! This is the 7th year of #BrunchWeek and we have 35 bloggers from around the country sharing over 140 of their best Brunch recipes. We have so many delicious recipes for you to enjoy throughout the week including cocktails, appetizers, casseroles, cinnamon rolls, breakfast pizzas, coffee cakes, plenty of desserts, and more!

When choosing my dishes for this week, I tried to think about typical things we love to eat when we have brunch. Eggs was the first thing that came to mind.  I've only recently started eating eggs in their true form (ie not in cake), and one of my favorite ways to have them is scrambled with cheese.   Cabot sent us an absolutely amazing variety of cheese, which my guys descended on and practically growled when I told them no touching until my recipes were done.

I've eaten my eggs with English muffins or toast, but was thinking about a more upscale way to present them.   Putting away dishes one day, I saw my popover pan sitting in the cabinet, and that seemed like a perfect combination.   Popovers are one of those things like look like you put a lot of work into them, but are really simple.   If you don't have a popover pan, you can also use a muffin pan.

butter placed on top of popover pan

I highly recommend mixing the popover ingredients in a large measuring cup.  It makes it so much easier to pour the batter into the hot popover pan.   Make sure your eggs and milk are at room temp.  The batter does not hold well,it will deflate, so be prepared to bake them right away.

Everyone has their own way of doing scrambled eggs.  I like to add a tiny bit of water and salt and whisk them til well beaten.  I use a nonstick skillet, but add a little butter to it.  Some people like their eggs just set, I like mine completely cooked through.    On this particular day, I added a generous amount of Cabot Fiery Jack Cheese.  My husband is a big fan of the Bacon Cheddar. 

Cheese in pan on top of scrambled eggs

After the eggs are cooked, admire your popovers for a brief moment, and then cut them in half.  Fill up that beautiful hollow with your cheesy scrambled eggs and enjoy.   Popovers are best served warm and the same day, but you can make them ahead, freeze them and then reheat them for about 8 minutes in a preheated 350 degree oven.

Popovers on in pan on cooling rack
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Cheesy scrambled eggs in popovers on blue and white plate with bag of shredded cheese

Yield: 6 to 12

Cheesy Scrambled Egg Stuffed Popovers


For the Popovers
  • 3 large eggs, room temperature
  • 1 cup milk, room temperature
  • 1 cup flour
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 2 tablespoons Cabot butter, plus additional melted butter for brushing pan
For the eggs
  • 6 eggs
  • 1 teaspoon water
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 1 teaspoon Cabot Butter
  • 1 cup Cabot Fiery Jack Cheese or Bacon Cheddar Cheese, plus additional to garnish
  • Fresh cracked black pepper
  • Sauteed bell peppers, other veggies or cooked ham (if desired)


How to cook Cheesy Scrambled Egg Stuffed Popovers

  1. Heat oven to 450 degrees. Place popover pan into oven. In a large mixing cup, whisk together eggs and milk. Whisk in butter. Combine flour and salt, and then whisk into the egg mixture until smooth, about 2 minutes. Brush cups and rim of popover pan with melted butter. Pour batter into cups about 3/4 full. Bake for 20 minutes, then reduce the oven temperature to 325 degrees and bake for 15 minutes more or until golden brown.
  2. Heat a nonstick skillet to medium high. Crack 6 eggs into a large bowl, add water and salt. Whisk briskly until well beaten and frothy. Reduce heat to medium, add butter and tilt pan to coat it well. Pour in eggs. As the mixture sets, move it around with a spatula. Cook until there is no remaining liquid, breaking it into large curds. Add cheese, and stir to combine. Add in any veggies or cooked meats desired.
  3. Split popovers in half, and fill up the cavity with the scrambled eggs. Top with additional cheese if desired.
  4. *The popovers are best warm, immediately from the oven. You can also make them ahead and freeze them in airtight containers. Reheat in a preheated 350 degree oven for 7 to 9 minutes.
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cheesy scrambled eggs in popovers on blue and white plate

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authorHello, my name is Cherine, but you can call me "Chicho" :) I am Lebanese and I live in Paris. Welcome to my internet kitchen, grab a cup of coffee, a macaron and get comfy! This blog is my recipe journal. It's where I write about the recipes that intersect my everyday life. Often the recipes are from my cookbook collection, my magazines, my favorite blogs... sometimes not, they might come from my mother, a friend, a neighbour... or I might write about a recipe I invented myself.
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