Biff’s Parmesan Topped Oyster Bake

I recently had the pleasure of spending the week with my extended family at St. George Island.  We all take turns cooking (mom cooks the most) and I’m always so excited to see what everyone is making.  What did I make, you ask?  I made my BLT pies (find the recipe by clicking here) for lunch one day and whipped up four batches of my frozen margarita mock-tails (found here) to serve along side Biff’s Parmesan Topped Oyster Bake.  We were in charge of appetizers and drinks that night!  🙂  We killed it!  (That’s a good thing).

I have lots of new recipes and pictures from that fun week at the beach, and I will get to all of them eventually.  Today is all about my handsome nephew, Biff, and his Parmesan Topped Oyster Bake!

My nephew, Biff

My nephew, Biff

Shucking oysters

Shucking oysters

He actually found one small pearl!

He actually found one small pearl!

Sprinkling the bacon over the oysters

Sprinkling the bacon over the oysters

 

Time for the chopped spinach!

Time for the chopped spinach!

 

They are done and ready to eat!

They are done and ready to eat!

Biff’s Parmesan Topped Oyster Bake
 
Ingredients
  • 2 dozen fresh oysters, shucked
  • 6 slices bacon, cooked and crumbled
  • Baby spinach leaves, chopped
  • Parmesan cheese
Instructions
  1. Preheat oven to 500. Place oysters (in the half shell) on an ungreased baking pan. Sprinkle with bacon, spinach and Parmesan cheese. Cook for about 5 minutes or until cheese is melted. Squeeze a lemon over top and serve with hot sauce and crackers.

Biff is an expert at shucking oysters.  You can learn how by clicking here!

Biff and his sous-chef, Elizabeth (aka girlfriend).  She did all the prep work!

Biff and his sous-chef, Elizabeth (aka girlfriend). She did all the prep work!

About Alli

Southern, Morning Person, Jesus Girl, Frugal Party Planner, Writer/Blogger, Mom, Nana, Wife, Beach Bum Wannabe - Let's Have a Party!

Comments

  1. These look so good!! My oldest son loves mussels…I wonder if he’d like these? I know I would!
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  2. This looks like something you would find at a nice restaurant on the water! Thanks so much for sharing at All Things Pretty!
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