Egg Muffins

So I did the healthy applesauce oatmeal muffins yesterday, and today I am balancing those carbs with these egg muffins. Provided by my friend Meghan (of Meg’s Adventures in the Kitchen), this recipe comes from the South Beach Diet cookbook. I would venture to guess you could add to these muffins just about anything you would put in an omelet and it would taste great. These will be a great option for a protein-packed lunch! I followed Meghan’s recipe of eggs, bacon and cheese but omitted the scallions because I didn’t have any in the house.

Egg Muffins

12 eggs (or a combination of whole eggs and egg whites – egg whites count for 2 whole eggs. As an example, I did 9 whole eggs and 6 egg whites)
Splash of milk
3 scallions, finely chopped
1 cup shredded cheese (I used sharp cheddar)
12 slices cooked bacon, torn into pieces

1. Preheat oven to 350. Spray muffin pan with non-stick cooking spray.

2. Add 1 piece of bacon, ripped up, and some cheese to each muffin cup.

3. In a large bowl (one with a pouring spout works great for this!) beat the eggs, milk and scallions. Pour the egg mixture into each muffin cup. Be careful not to overfill.

4. With a fork, turn the bacon and cheese in each cup over to mix it all up. Top each with a sprinkle of cheese.

5. Bake in preheated oven for 20 minutes and then keep an eye on them – they can take anywhere from 20-30 minutes depending on your oven (mine went about 23 minutes). When they are puffy and slightly brown on top they are done. Be careful not to overcook them or they will be rubbery.

*~* I can’t use Meghan’s recipe and not announce that we have known each other since the fall of 1998 when we happened to be on the same floor of good ol’ St. Martin’s freshman dorm at Duquesne. We were hall mates our freshman year and then suite mates our sophomore year with a group of 12 girls. We happened upon each other again on The Nest and on MySpace. Hi again Meghan! 🙂


5 Responses

  1. wow. these look so yummy! and how neat that you found your college friend again!

  2. These look super yummy.

    I love the new header and name

  3. yay! Hi Michelle! 🙂 Im glad they came out well for ya!

    Ahhhhh memories… lol

  4. I love egg muffins! They’re a great portable breakfast for people who are always running late in the morning (me). :)~

  5. Hi, your blog was recommended to me by one of your friends, so imagine my suprise upon reading this recipe that you were a freshman at Duq in the fall of 1998 because…So was I! I was in the St. Ann’s dorms, though. What a small world! PS – The recipe sounds great, and I can’t wait to try it!

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