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Egg muffins are one of the breakfasts I enjoy when I want to have a quick grab and go breakfast on hand during the week. Theyre quick and easy to whip together and they store perfectly in the refrigerator. Admittedly, I havent tried freezing these but I cant see how one couldnt especially if theyre left to defrost before reheating.
I prefer to cook these egg muffins in disposable aluminum muffin pans instead of my regular standard metal muffin tins. I find in regular muffin tins the egg tends to brown up a lot more and dry out which is fine if eaten the same day. But I find when reheating the next day, the eggs become rubbery. When cooking in a disposable aluminum pan I find the eggs keep some moisture to them and reheating them keeps them from getting rubbery.
I prefer to serve these over toast with a bit of sriracha and ketchup.
2 Points Plus. Serves 3. 2 Egg Muffins/serving.
- 1 ½ cups Egg Beaters or liquid egg substitute
- 6 slices Canadian bacon (I used the Land OFrost Sweet Country Maple)
- 6 slices Hormel Turkey Pepperoni
- Mrs. Dash Extra Spicy (or any seasoning of your choice)
Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
Spray each muffin tin with non-stick cooking spray.
Chop up 1 slice of turkey pepperoni and Canadian bacon and place into the bottom of a muffin tin. Repeat for the remaining tins.
Pour ¼ cup egg beaters into each muffin tin. Sprinkle the top with the seasoning of your choice.
Place muffin tins onto a cookie sheet (in case of any overflow) and place into preheated oven and bake for roughly 15-20 minutes until egg muffins are cooked through.