The Incredible Muffin Tin Eggs
Baked Eggs 5 Ways
This oven baked eggs recipe will show you how to bake eggs in muffin tins in 5 different ways. Flavors include ham and asparagus, broccoli cheddar, mushroom spinach and more! Author: Taylor Stinson Recipe Type: American
Serving size: 6
Calories per serving: 1,214
2 tablespoons butter
thinly sliced mushrooms
pork or turkey bacon, cooked and chopped
I have made the following flavor combos as in the video below: ham and asparagus, mushroom and spinach, sundried tomato and arugula, bacon, and broccoli cheddar.
Serve and enjoy! Can be refrigerated up to 5 days in fridge-safe containers. To reheat, microwave for 1-2 minutes on high.
To freeze: Let cool closer to room temperature, then freeze in glass meal prep bowls or a large freezer Ziploc bag. To reheat, microwave for 2-4 minutes on high (will depend on the temperature of your microwave).
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You can use ramekins or a muffin tin to bake these- ramekins are prettier and easier to wash, but muffin tins are just so convenient and practical when you’re making a bunch! I have found they bake equally well in both. Be sure to grease your muffin tin so they come out easily!
- You can whisk up your eggs and bake them plain, or include any ingredients your heart desires! Some ideas could be:
- Any and all vegetables, chopped up finely (bell peppers, mushrooms, mixed greens, broccoli)
- Seasonings such as chili flakes, Italian seasoning, ranch, etc.
- Grated cheese (cheddar, mozzarella, Swiss)
- Soft cheese (such as ricotta, goat cheese, feta, etc)
- Any type of deli meat such as ham, bacon, turkey, etc.
- Fresh herbs (basil, cilantro, parsley, rosemary)
You can make each egg cup with different add ins- so this meal is easy to please a group of people with different preferences. Some may only have cheese, salt and pepper, where others may have Italian seasoning, mushrooms and bell peppers! So customizable! You can store them in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 5 days, or in the freezer even longer.
Bake your muffin tin for 13-18 minutes, or once the eggs internal temperature is 160 degrees, if your the measuring type! If you store them to eat later, you can reheat for 1-2 minutes from the microwave, or 4-5 minutes straight from the freezer. Enjoy!
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