Tomato baked eggs


I promised yesterday on instagram that I would post this delicious recipe of tomato baked eggs. I made this for the very first time on Wednesday and it was so delicious and extremely easy. I think anyone could make it because it is that easy. Here is what it looks like and what to do:
Tomato baked eggs


  • 1 large potato washed and diced
  • oil to fry
  • 1 crushed garlic clove
  • 1/4 red pepper
  • 1tsp dried chives
  • 1/2tsp paprika
  • 1/2 of a 400g can chopped tomatoes
  • 9 green olives
  • 2 eggs

What to do:

  1. Add the potato to a pan of boiling water and simmer for 10 minutes
  2. While the potato is boiling, heat the oil in a frying pan. Once heated add the garlic and pepper and cook for three minutes
  3. Add the chives paprika, chopped tomatoes and olives to the pan and cook for 3 minutes
  4. When the potato is done drain it then mix in well with the tomato sauce
  5. grease a small/medium pan with oil/spray/spread and then add in the tomato and potato mixture
  6. Make two dips in the mixture and then crack in the eggs into each one
  7. Bake for 15 minutes with an oven temperature of 180 fan oven or 200 normal

Enjoy 🙂


Food pictures.

Hello 🙂

Today has been quite a good day 😀 I have been out to the shops twice 😛 The first time was to buy mince meat as we are running low and also to buy other food stuff and then the second time I went was with my sister as she wanted to go to new look and to boots to get some stuff for her A-level presentation evening which she has later on this week.

I also made mince pies today.


Mince pies.

I think they turned out quite well 😀 The only problem was the mince meat kind of exploded out the side of some of them. I don’t think that’s too much of a big deal though. And I am definitely going to try a mince pie this year. Even if I only have one it will be a big achievment I think.

I also plan on baking other things this week. Over the weekend I am going to bake a tea cake loaf which I am quite (ok, a lot) excited about. 😛 I have just wanted to make it for ages now and right this moment I am in the mood to bake and to actually eat what I have made so I think that’s a good excuse to bake lots now.

Anddd I also have some food pictures to show you all:

Yogurt with a chopped banana and granola.

Yogurt with a chopped banana and granola.

This is the BEST breakfast ever. So tasty and definitely a great way to kick start your morning.

Boiled egg and toast.

Boiled egg and toast.

I have also had a boiled egg for breakfast. I never really have eggs for breakfast, I usually just go for cereal or toast but I woke up and really fancied an egg so I had one. And marmite spread on the toast is an absolute must 😛 And then I also had a glass of orange juice on the side.


Crumpet and banana.

Crumpet spread with peanut butter and a banana.

And then my last breakfast to show is a crumpet spread with peanut butter and a banana. Crumpets are the absolute best 😀 Especially spread with peanut butter so it seeps into all of the holes!

Next onto a lunch photo:


Vegetable soup with a bagel.

Vegetable soup with a bagel.

This is possibly my favourite lunch ever. Well, I think my favourite soup is Covent garden butternut squash soup. The one here is the Covent garden best ever vegetable soup and I really like this one as well. And I am so excited because today I bought the seasonal one: honey and parsnip!! Oh my gosh, I cannot wait to try it! And I love bagels as well so usually I would have a bagel with my soup.

Wholewheat pasta with tomato and mushroom sauce and quorn meatballs.

Wholewheat pasta with tomato and mushroom sauce and quorn meatballs.

And this is a dinner. This is actually the one I had last night, (don’t worry, I had more than this.) I loove pasta so much and I actually quite like quorn as well. I am a vegetarian which some of you might not know so I do eat quorn. I like their meatballs, mince, chicken pieces, delli slices, burgers and I also like some of their ready meals.

And that is everything 🙂