Need to cook for a crowd? This Baked Eggs in a Muffin Tin Recipe is a lifesaver. This is perfect for making quick breakfast or snack for your family or even for a team or group. I love making this egg mcmuffin recipe because it saves me a lot of time and the eggs are cooked perfectly. These baked eggs in muffin tin can be used in a lot of different breakfast sandwich recipes. One of my family’s favorite recipe for these baked eggs is my Homemade Egg McMuffin Breakfast Recipe which is a great healthy breakfast recipe.
12 english muffins
1/2 lb of thickly cut ham
1/2 lb of sharp cheddar sliced
salt and pepper to taste
optional tomato or spinach
Here are some muffin pans that you can use:
Here’s how to make Baked Eggs in a Muffin Tin
Spray the muffin tin with cooking spray
Then crack one egg per muffin opening
Preheat the oven to 350 degree
cook in the muffin tin for 10-15 minutes in a 350 degree oven
Assemble the Egg McMuffins by placing ham, eggs, sharp cheddar on your muffins. You can sprinkle salt and pepper to taste or add sliced tomatoes or some spinach.
You can also add sausage patties for an easy sausage mcmuffin recipe
More egg recipes:
It’s the new year and to start it off right we should add healthy living in our New Year’s resolutions list. It’s time to shed the holiday weight that we gained, and this means we need to exercise more and to start eating healthy. Being conscious of the food we eat is very important, but it doesn’t mean it has to be difficult. I rounded up my favorite quick and easy Weight Watchers recipes with points plus to help you prepare your daily Weight Watchers dinner menus. Healthy eating for weight loss doesn’t mean you will starve yourself or eat bland tasting foods, these Weight Watchers recipes for dinner are all delicious and are perfect even for the whole family. I also have a Weight Watchers Lunch Recipes round-up that you should check out!
Looking for an easy way to add a patriotic flair to your Memorial Day menu? This Easy Patriotic Strawberries Recipe is perfect for you! I love finding any way to show my love for what I consider that greatest country in the world, the US! This recipe takes just a few minutes to make, and is easy enough for the kids to get involved in. Let’s check out how to make it:Continue reading
This recipe for ugly dip is sometimes called Tennessee Ugly Dip, or shoe-peg corn dip, or even black bean corn dip. At our house we just call it ugly! Don’t worry, looks can definitely be deceiving as this is one of the most delicious dips you will ever make.
Every afternoon, I sink into my couch. I close my eyes, and I wonder what I have to do next? My living room floor looked like a camp dorm filled with random bags, shoes, and other people’s clutter. I deciphered that I needed a plan of attack.
I called my kids downstairs. I wrote a list full of chores and expectations. I set the timer, and I began scrolling through the Internet while they found the floor, counters, and the rest of the flat spaces that they covered in the remnants of their experiences.
I knew that was the moment that I needed to practice mindfulness.
I told my kids that would be in the dining room working on my summer learning goal to be more mindful in my actions and they asked if it is like when I say, “Mind your own business!”
Mindfulness is being aware of what is going on by paying attention and acting with a purpose in the present moment without judgment.
It is actually something you have to practice since we spend so much of our time thinking about what happened in the past and what will happen in the future, we often overlook the present.
I decided I wanted to be present. I was going to practice being in the moment by taking part in a mindful eating practice.
What is that?
It is when you really taste, savor, and enjoy your food. You only pay attention to what you are eating. You focus on the texture, smells, taste, and sensation of what you are eating. It is hard at first, but if you have the right food choice, it is easier.
I chose these Blue Diamond Almonds & Fruit varieties since they are easily accessible at Walmart, and their flavorful combinations are perfect for mindful eating.Continue reading
One of my favorite things about spring is getting together with family to enjoy the nice weather, each others company, and some sweet treats. While watching the news over the weekend I saw that our local berry farm was open for business and it was time to go pick some fresh berries! If you have one of these types of farms in your area I highly suggest you check it out. Nothing compares to the taste of a fresh berry right off the vine, trust me! And one of my favorite things to make with fresh berries is Weight Watchers Mixed Berry Cobbler Cake.
This Weight Watcher Mixed Berry Cobbler Cake Recipe is as sweet as a traditional cobbler while being weight watchers friendly. Can’t beat that right!? Plus its only 3 ingredients so it’s super easy to make. My daughter (who is 6) made the one below all by herself. If you love this recipe make sure to check out more of our favorite Weight Watchers Dessert Recipes with Points Plus.