Ham and Egg Breakfast Tarts

The empty tart shells can be baked the night before you serve them. Cover loosely with a towel or parchment paper and let stand at room temperature. The next morning, fill the shells as directed and bake.
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Review 1 for Ham and Egg Breakfast Tarts
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OtherworldlyBaker
San Francisco, CA
November 18, 2010
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Simple and Delicious
November 18, 2010
These tarts are simple to put together, quick to bake, and absolutely delicious! Since we don't like over-easy eggs at my house, I beat each egg lightly before pouring over the crust. Substituting bacon and chives for the ham and scallions is also scrumptious.
Review 2 for Ham and Egg Breakfast Tarts
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RACMC
Abilene, Texas
May 16, 2010
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One of our favorites!
May 16, 2010
This is one of our favorite Saturday breakfast treats. Everyone loves them and they are pretty simple to put together.
Review 3 for Ham and Egg Breakfast Tarts
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Orionmom
New Brunswick, New Jersey
May 4, 2010
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Perfect for a special breakfast
May 4, 2010
These recieved rave reviews from the family and I was asked to make another round (and found out that even if you overbake them a bit, they're still wonderful (although the egg yolk will set)).