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Pepperoni and Mushroom Pizza Baked Eggs


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Maya Angelou


The weirdest thing happened today.

SBean went in for her 18 month immunizations this morning. OMG my baby is 18 months already! How did that happen? 

The lady that did the shots was super nice. She was from Winnipeg lol, so we had lots to talk about. It's funny when I run into people from Winnipeg the subject always turns to MTC, WSO, or the RBW. I miss going to the theater, the symphony and the ballet. We do have these things here but on a smaller stage. I really can't complain but Winnipeg has an AMAZING arts and cultural scene. Something I wish I had taken more advantage of now that I don't have it. Cinderella's Don't Know What You Git Till It's Gone, just came to my head lol and no I don't mean the Disney movie LOL

Anyways, after the shot (which went super well) we have to wait in the kids room for any issues and to talk to the dental lady. While sitting in there 1 gentleman started talking about the Strike. We discussed. It moved on to things like health care and taxes.

I said, "I think one of our problems is that older people don't have to pay school taxes." 

The elderly lady behind the table said,

"I don't have kids in the school system. Why should I have to pay?"

"It takes a village to raise a child. In 20 years you will be using the system even more than you do now. Inevitably older people use more social services, health services and pension services. The people in charge will be those kids, the same kids your generation doesn't feel like they have to help educate."

She was just about the make a point in her defense when a younger woman who had just came in said,

"Ummmmm isn't there a law about talking politics and religion in public? This is a public place and I don't want to hear this. I want you to stop talking NOW or I'm calling the authorities or something!"

Seriously?

Wow.

Some people are so ignorant. She had a newborn. I hope she doesn't pass that down to her little one! 

Maya Angelou died today. She once said "It is time for parents to teach young people early on that in diversity there is beauty and there is strength."

Nobody was arguing. We had been talking for about 15 minutes. I thought we were having a wonderful conversation. Everyone is different but issues NEED to be discussed. You cannot change the system if you don't know the system.

OOOOOOOkkkkkkkkk enough of that. LOL 

Today we have having HBear's 2 favorite things, combined. Pizza and Breakfast!

Pizza bagels topped with an egg :) I served it up with a fresh and beautiful tossed salad.


Pepperoni and Mushroom Pizza Baked Eggs
Adapted from NoblePig

1 cup shredded cheese
8 large eggs
4 mini pepperoni sticks, sliced
3 bagels, sliced in half
1 mini bagel, sliced in half
½ cup Parmesan, shredded
1 tablespoon margarine
10 mushrooms, sliced
1 small jar pizza sauce
8 Basil leaves, chopped


Preheat oven to 350.

Spray Texas muffin pan (adults) and regular muffin tin (kid size) with cooking spray.

Place the shredded cheese into each well of the pan. Make a small depression in the middle of the cheese so the egg will stay in the middle. Place 6 pepperoni slices on the cheese. 4 for the smaller size.


Carefully crack your egg into each well of the pan (my sister would tell me to crack the egg carefully into a bowl or something and THEN pour it into the pan. She is right. I am lazy). Place 5-6 slices of mini pepperoni around the yolk of the egg.



Without spilling any of the egg, carefully place the pan into the oven, cooking for 12-15 minutes. It is up to you to decide how long to cook and how runny your egg yolk will be.

Meanwhile, cover each slice of bagel with Parmesan (I used Parm on Ninja's and Herb & Garlic Cheddar on ours). 



Put bagels in the oven until cheese is melted and golden brown. Last 10 minutes of egg baking time.

While the eggs are baking throw your margarine into a pan and let it get hot. Add your mushrooms,



sauté until the juice is all gone. Sprinkle with salt and pepper.


To build the "pizza", place a dollop of sauce on plate 



and top with cheesy baked bagel. Add more sauce 



and top then spoon your mushrooms on top. 



Finish with a baked egg 




and garnish with basil.




This was really good. I mean REALLY good. I'm not a huge fan of eggs but this was delicious and super easy to make without a lot of prep. WIN WIN and WIN! Anyone could do it... right Chels? :)



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