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Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Smokie Bites

We had a package of Lit'l Smokies left over from the holidays. I put them to good use this morning for a quick, savory breakfast muffin. The flavor is awesome--really smokey. They are cute too---they look a bit like tiny pigs in a blanket. As cold as it is around here, we are all in blankets anyway!

Smokie Bites

18 Lit'l Smokies or other cocktail sausages
4 eggs
2 Tablespoons plain yogurt
1 teaspoon liquid smoke flavoring

Beat eggs with yogurt and liquid smoke. Place a sausage in 18 mini muffin cups. Add the egg mixture to the cup. Bake at 350 degrees for about 15 minutes or until egg is set.


Retta said...

OH, these are cute as a button! One of my favorites is Oscar Mayer Smokies (though not often, so much sodium, etc). And I know hubby would like them. I wonder if they would freeze okay?? Hmmm... think I will try that, too. :-)
Thanks for a yummy idea,

Lisa Marshall said...

I am not sure if they would freeze well. I think the sausage would be fine, but I am usually not too fond of eggs after they are frozen. Usually I add cream cheese to egg dishes that I freeze. That seems to keep them from turning too spongy. The yogurt might do the same, not sure.