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Old 01-05-2012, 09:04 AM   #1
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egg muffins

I hate making breakfast and figured this would save me time in the mornings.

Hopefully you guys like this idea.

Egg muffins

I didn't really measure and you really dont have to. Here's how i did it

Preheat oven at 350

8 eggs
Half a pack of bacon chopped in food processor and cooked first
Maybe a cup of Spinach chopped in food processor and cooked
Handfull of Mexican shredded cheese.

I just mixed it all up in a bowl then used a ladle to put it in the cup cake tray. Cook about 25 minutes and your set. My batch made 9. I just ate 3. To me this will be an awesome snack throughout the day or breakfast when you're in a rush. If they're already made of course.



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Old 01-05-2012, 10:44 AM   #2
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Fvck yeah. Gonna make some tonight.
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Old 01-05-2012, 10:45 AM   #3
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Thanks for the pm, bud......these look awesome. I'll be making these tonight, as well.
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I'm eating them now again. Next time I'm going to avoid the cup cake trays and just pour them in a greased pan. They stick the the paper a lot
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I'm eating them now again. Next time I'm going to avoid the cup cake trays and just pour them in a greased pan. They stick the the paper a lot
Or get non-stick pans. These look good enough to try.
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In for this, now I just need to get my wife to make them!
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Now that I"m thinking about this, the wife and I made something similar a year, or so, ago.

Took a muffin pan like that and cut out a piece of wheat bread in a circular shape so that it would fit in the bottom of one of the cups. Then used the rest of that slice of bread to line the cup, crack an egg in there. Add cheese, S&P, hot sauce, veggies and pieces of turkey sausage. Pop them in the oven.

I never thought to do just egg, though. It'll be great for the work week breakfasts.
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Or get non-stick pans. These look good enough to try.
I did but I heard they still stick. I'll try again soon though.
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Let us know. Greasing isn't a big deal, but I was just trying to minimize steps.
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I did but I heard they still stick. I'll try again soon though.
prob best to use a non stick pan and then just a shot of pam in each hole

but those look great. i have 20 chickens at my lab, so i get about 10 eggs a day, so have to come up with more ideas to use them.

how do these keep? can you freeze them or refrigerate for later and heat up and still taste good? would be nice to make a whole batch to last the week.

i've been making my own egg mcmuffins like from mcD's. soooooo good. english muffin, egg, bacon or sausage, and cheese mmmmmmmmm
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I think those are technically called a "frittata" - just in case someone questions your orientation because you made quiche.

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I think those are technically called a "frittata" - just in case someone questions your orientation because you made quiche.

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I made egg muffin today but a little different. Came out awesome.

4 eggs, 8 egg whites. 8 slices of grilled turkey bacon, some low fat Swiss chess, and steamed bag of spinach.

I used a 8"x14" glass tray. I did not even put any oil or grease on it. Nothing got stuck.

Had to cook it on 350 for 30 min, then broiled it for 5 min. Top came out perfect. Healthy and yummy. Thanks for the inspiration.

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I made egg muffin today but a little different. Came out awesome.

4 eggs, 8 egg whites. 8 slices of grilled turkey bacon, some low fat Swiss chess, and steamed bag of spinach.

I used a 8"x14" glass tray. I did not even put any oil or grease on it. Nothing got stuck.

Had to cook it on 350 for 30 min, then broiled it for 5 min. Top came out perfect. Healthy and yummy. Thanks for the inspiration.
one of those huh?
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one of those huh?
I'm one of those sometimes

Turkey sausage, though. Turkey bacon tastes like shoe leather.
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Maybe people do it for religious reasons

But I do it because beacon has more saturated fat and less protein. Plus the turkey beacon I get tastes so good, so why eat the less healthy version?

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i usually make my egg muffin stove top, takes 5 min. english muffin in the toaster, i'll usually do a slice of cheese instead of bacon, quicker, one less thing to cook...

toaster on, english muffin in
egg fried on a hot pan, little oil, non-stick
flip and add cheese
english muffin toasted
voila...

i need my egg muffin to be over easy and still runny... ugh that yolk

i usually add some ground pepper as well after the flip
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how much and how often do you eat bacon? how about eggs?
I'd say about 24 eggs a week and about 12oz one package of bacon
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