How to Bake Eggs in a Mason Jar Lid

How to Bake Eggs in a Mason Jar Lid

Good morning! Well, even if it isn’t morning time, we have a fun, easy, and creative recipe to share with you today! We cook eggs in our house regularly, as I’m sure you do too. We also use eggs for baking and in some of our most favorite recipes. I’ve partnered with the American Egg Board to bring you a perfect recipe if you are in a hurry or feeding a crowd. Grab some mason jar lids and preheat your oven! In just about 10 minutes, you’ll have baked a bunch of perfect “over-easy” or “sunny side up” eggs. 

I can’t wait to show you this awesome recipe for making mason jar lid eggs in the oven!

Recipe for baking eggs in a mason jar lid. SO EASY and for busy mornings or feeding a large family. The baked eggs slide right out! I would put mine over an english muffin. Recipe for making mason jar lid eggs in the oven

Eggs are a delicious and nutritious. Well, one large egg has 6 grams of high-quality protein AND nine essential amino acids, all for 70 calories. That’s why starting your day with eggs is so important! This baked egg recipe is one that you are sure to use time and time again.

To bake eggs in mason jar lids, you will need the following supplies:

  • Eggs
  • Standard size mason jar lids (not wide mouth lids). These lids are available at any grocery store!
  • Baking sheet
  • Non-stick baking spray or butter

Watch how these mason jar lid eggs are made!

Recipe for making mason jar lid eggs in the oven:

  • Preheat your oven to 325°F
  • Prepare a mason jar lid with non-stick spray or butter to prevent sticking
  • Place the mason jar lids upside down on a baking sheet
    Recipe for baking eggs in a mason jar lid. SO EASY. The baked eggs slide right out! Recipe for making mason jar lid eggs in the oven.
  • Crack 1 egg into each mason jar lid.
  • Bake the eggs for 10 – 15 minutes or until you see them start to bubble. 
  • Remove the eggs from the oven and let them cool for a minute or so on the baking sheet.
  • Using a protective oven mitt, remove the eggs from the lids (they will slide right out!). If an egg needs a little help sliding out, a simple butter knife around the edge of the mason jar will do the trick.

Do you like your sunny side up eggs runny? Bake them for less time. If you prefer your eggs to be cooked all the way through, bake them a little longer!

The BEST part about this egg recipe is that you can walk away from the eggs while they are cooking. When you fry or scramble eggs the traditional way, you certainly can’t do that! 

We love baking eggs in mason jar lids on busy mornings. Who can’t use an extra 10 minutes to get ready while breakfast is cooking? This is also a great way to serve eggs over easy to a large group while saving lots of time in the kitchen. 

Recipe for baking eggs in a mason jar lid. SO EASY. The baked eggs slide right out! Recipe for making mason jar lid eggs in the oven

Did you know that these mason jar eggs fit perfectly over an English muffin? I love when two things go together like that. It’s almost as if they were meant to be! 

Recipe for baking eggs in a mason jar lid. SO EASY and for busy mornings or feeding a large family. The baked eggs slide right out! I would put mine over an english muffin. Recipe for making mason jar lid eggs in the oven

For more information more information about the American Egg Board including recipes, and nutritional information, visit IncredibleEgg.org or follow @IncredibleEgg on social media. This post is sponsored by the American Egg Board.

How’s that for easy and delicious?

Here are some other EGGciting egg recipes I know you will love!

Blackberry Biscuit Bread
(I secretly love this for dessert as well:)

Blackberry biscuit breakfast - sweet, creamy, and delicious

Baked Eggs Benedict
(mason jar lid eggs would be perfect for this recipe too!)

Baked Eggs Benedict - mason jar eggs

Make Ahead Breakfast Burritos

Breakfast burrito recipe

Egg Salad Sandwich

Egg Salad recipe

Here’s another smart way to use mason jars:

Mason Jar Lunchables
(or Masonables!)

Mason jar lunchable