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Egg muffins

dirtsailor2003

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Egg muffins. I posted these here before. And they are in my recipe index. Simple to make. They can be frozen.

I recommend using silicone muffin cups. You can fit 24 on a baking sheet. I only did a dozen.

You’ll need 1 egg for each cup. Then whatever cooked protein you want and or veggies. Grated cheese. Seasonings.

For this batch I used cooked turkey bacon, shredded thee cheese blend, chives salt pepper.

Whip eggs with seasoning. Fill each cup half full. Add your fillings and cheese. Top with more eggs. Garnish with more cheese and any other filling you have left.

Bake in 425f oven for 25 minutes.

Some of my favorites from the past have been buffalo chicken, Dungeness crab and shrimp. Both are in my Mother of all cooks index here.

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Never heard of egg muffins! Those look really good. Thanks for sharing!
 

TNJAKE

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This isn't what I expected. Pleasant surprise though. Those look amazing
 

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Looks good. Anyway to reheat these? Or you have to eat them all at one time. Looks like something I could make then take to work for breakfast.
 

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I'm with pc farmer, do they reheat, and still taste as good as those look?
 

Fueling Around

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4th on the reheat suggestion list.
I'm often not available for microwave (not favored) or toaster oven meals.
Wrapped in foil and on the tractor engine hot spots is a common meal.
 

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They look very tasty to me!!
 

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they look really good! Great idea! I bet they are easily reheatable. No silicone muffin cups but bet could find them easy enough!

Ryan
 

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Awesome looking muffins Case. I'm retired so I'm home and can eat them when done. :emoji_wink: :emoji_laughing:
Can't see why they won't reheat good though.

Warren
 

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Looks delicious! Great idea, and seems easy enough for people like me. LOL.
 

dirtsailor2003

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Looks good. Anyway to reheat these? Or you have to eat them all at one time. Looks like something I could make then take to work for breakfast.
Yep that's exactly what I make them for is work breakfasts. From the fridge microwave for 30 seconds. If frozen 1-1/2 minutes.

Usually I make 2-3 dozen, freeze individually then into a 2 gallon silicone ziplock and back into the freezer. Use to vac pack them but found we go through them fast enough that the two gallon silicone ziplock is just fine.
 

dirtsailor2003

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they look really good! Great idea! I bet they are easily reheatable. No silicone muffin cups but bet could find them easy enough!

Ryan
I used to use a muffin tin but it was a pain. Had to line with parchment paper, grease, Pam etc. You don't have to do anything with the silicone except keep them clean.

These are what we ordered:

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You can use whatever cooked protein you like .Dungeness crab is probably my favorite with taco style a close second.
Gh that Dungeness comment hits home. I loved it as a protein when I got it for basically free on a crabbing weekend.
You don't want to know what they get per pound around here.
 

dirtsailor2003

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Gh that Dungeness comment hits home. I loved it as a protein when I got it for basically free on a crabbing weekend.
You don't want to know what they get per pound around here.
Even here its not cheap anymore! Averages $15-20 per pound. Lucky to find it on sale for $8.99. When I was fishing for a living I always had 3 pots out during the season. We ate a lot of Dungee!
 

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