Cook More: Baked Eggs with Spam, Spinach, and Grape Tomatoes

Happy May! Ack! It’s May already! I've taken a short break from updating the blog because I had some work-related travel at the end of April. That also led me to get pretty ill and we're at the tail end of the whole family getting through it! I was highly contagious! After much rest and recovery, today, I’m back to share a baked eggs recipe adapted from the one pinned from Fit Foodie Finds. I added Spam, spinach, and grape tomatoes.

Delicious and easy to make Baked Eggs with spam, grape tomato, and spinach.

Delicious and easy to make Baked Eggs with spam, grape tomato, and spinach.

I made this yesterday for Mother's Day. A day off for me is to be able to cook for my family... or at least attempt to. :) I made this brunch for my mom and family. It wasn't anything fancy but it just looked so beautiful with the different colors coming together in a muffin tin.

Spam may not be the healthiest with the sodium levels, but I've always been a fan. I became an even bigger fan when I went to Hawaii and ate Spam musubi for the first time. So once in a while, we'll have a meal with some Spam -- and it is a delicious one. To help with the saltiness, I don't add any additional salt to whatever I'm cooking and I add fruits to compliment the meal.

This recipe makes 6 baked egg muffins.


  • 6 eggs
  • 3-4 ounces of diced Spam
  • 3 large grape tomatoes sliced in halves
  • 1 1/2 handfuls of roughly chopped spinach
  • unsalted butter
  • pepper
  • apple slices (garnish and compliment Spam)


  • Generously rub muffin tin with unsalted butter.
  • Sprinkle a spoon full of diced Spam into each cup.
  • Layer chopped spinach leaves over spam.
  • Break eggs into each cup, carefully, keeping yolk intact.
  • Add one half of each grape tomato to each cup.
  • Add a chopped spinach leaf to the top.
  • Sprinkle some more Spam around the yolk.
  • Add fresh pepper and a very small smidgen of butter to the top of the Spam.


Preheat oven at 350. Bake for 15-17 minutes depending on cooked you prefer the yolk. Serve with slices of apples and toast for a delicious and easy breakfast. So simple, so beautiful, and so delicious.

Get cracking those eggs!