It’s all over he internet and on the Today show… so how good are they?
Had to give it a try.
To start ; separate your eggs, I used four as a starting point. I was easier to keep the yolks in individual bowls.
Then grab your mixer and whisk the four egg whites until stiff peaks form.
Once you’ve got stiff peaks, gently fold in your favorite seasoning, I stuck to some basics that I know my family likes
Once you combined all the flavors, spoon the egg whites onto your baking sheet. I lined mine with parchment paper, and yes a little cooking spray. I’m paranoid of any sticking. I used my “cooking spoon” for nice sizes.
Next make little wells in your egg white mounds, it will look like a little nest
Bake it for about 3-5 minutes (depending on your oven) at 450 degrees.
Once that’s done, take them out and place an egg yolk in each nest.
Put back into the oven for about 5 minutes or until it is golden brown and the yolk is set.
And voila!!! Eggs in a cloud!!
They were light and yummy! This would make a great addition to brunch or breakfast when you have guests over.
It was easy to do- no need to be a gourmet chef. Not to mention it’s a nice change from the standard over easy or sunny side up egg.