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    Ham and Egg Crepe Squares

    Makes 9


    9 thin slices Ham


    1 Parsley, fresh


    4 Eggs, large
    9 Eggs

    Baking & Spices

    1 cup Flour
    1/4 tsp Salt
    1 tbsp Sugar


    3 tbsp Butter
    1 1/2 cups Milk
    • Jenna T.

      Ham and Egg Crepe Squares. I bet this would work with puff pastry, too.

    • Brandi Soares

      24 Breakfast for Dinner Recipes - Ham And Egg Crepe Squares

    • Samodiva

      Ham and Egg Crepe Squares Recipe Breakfast and Brunch with flour, sugar, salt, milk, large eggs, melted butter, ham, eggs, fresh parsley

    • Bill Ashworth

      Breakfast Ideas - Easy Quick Ham and Egg Crepe Squares

    • Emily Kathleen

      Baked Ham and Egg Crepe Squares

    • Taylor Goff

      Ham & Egg Crepe Squares: What is it with me and eggs right now? #egg #breakfast #crepe #recipe

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