Shirred Eggs are like baked eggs but topped with heavy cream and typically sprinkled with parmesan. With shirred eggs, you want the egg whites to be firm and the yolks to be soft. Traditionally made in a flat-bottom dish called a shirrer or individual ramekins, the recipe works well in small, personal-sized skillets, too. These eggs feel extra fancy but are easy to make.
Preheat your oven to 425°F. Then butter each mini skillet and crack two eggs into each pan. Next, add 1 tbsp of heavy cream on top of the eggs. Season them as you like and top with your choice of grated cheese. Then bake the eggs for 5–6 minutes.