I’ve recently gotten into baking our breakfast eggs in muffin tins. It is such a fun and surprisingly easy way to get a delicious breakfast on the table without much effort. Once you get the hang of it, you can fill and bake them with just about anything you want. Interested in a French breakfast? Make them with leeks and gruyere. Prefer diner-style? Add a pancake! No matter what you are in the mood there is a egg dish you can bake in a muffin tin for you! The key to make this work is to spray each muffin tin thoroughly so the egg doesn’t stick after it has been baked. Don’t stir in too many add-ins so that the egg doesn’t get overcrowded and bake unevenly. And, lastly, only use one or two eggs per muffin tin. It may look like there is room for more, but they puff up when they bake!
Bacon & Egg Cups with Leek and Gruyere 1 of 12
These French-style cups are super fancy and fun for a step-up in the baked egg breakfast menu. The leeks and cheese make them extra rich and delicious.
Photo: Angie McGowan
Pancake Bacon & Egg Cups 2 of 12
For a more diner-style breakfast, bake the eggs with a layer of pancake on the bottom. This easy method will definitely appeal to the kids and is a great breakfast to fuel them up for a day at school.
Photo: Paula Jones
Baked Egg in Croissant Cups 3 of 12
If you want to give your baked eggs a French twist bake them in croissant cups. These tasty cups are ideal for making with kids and are perfect for any quick morning breakfast.
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Broccoli, Potato, Egg & Cheese Cups 4 of 12
These egg cups are loaded with healthy vegetables and are a hearty breakfast bite. Theses are also a great way to introduce broccoli, or even hide it, from your kids!
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Mini Quinoa Frittatas 5 of 12
For an extra protein boost, bake your eggs with quinoa, zucchini, onion, and cheddar. These healthy egg cups are a satisfying way to fuel up for your day.
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Bacon, Egg & Toast Cups 6 of 12
Do you like a classic bacon, egg, and toast brekkie? Make it easy on yourself and bake them all at once in a muffin tin! These individual cups contain a whole breakfast in each one. They are great for a large family meal or even serving at a party.
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Eggs with Zucchini & Chorizo 7 of 12
For a meaty portable breakfast, bake up your eggs with zucchini and crumbled chorizo. Each bite is hearty and salty with just the right amount of spice!
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Mediterranean Ham & Egg Cups 8 of 12
To fancy up your morning egg bake try giving them a Mediterranean-style twist. Add tomatoes, pesto, and ham, and you'll be loving this tasty new take on everyday baked eggs. They are even pretty enough to use when entertaining!
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Classic Eggs in a Basket 9 of 12
For a no-frills classic baked egg make this easy recipe. Just a little salt and pepper, sprinkle of chives on top and you've got an easy breakfast ready in a snap.
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Green Eggs and No Ham 10 of 12
Give your eggs a Dr. Seuss makeover by drizzling fresh summery pesto on top to make them green! This is a yummy way to give them fresh spring green flavor and a pretty look on the plate.
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Denver Omelette Muffin Cups 11 of 12
Do you like Denver omelettes? Make them en masse in muffin tins instead of one-by-one in a pan. These kid-friendly bites are perfect for little hands any morning of the week.
Photo: Renee's Kitchen Adventures
Individual Veggie Quiche Cups 12 of 12
Get a serving of veggies right in your eggs each morning. Stir them into the eggs and bake them up in a jiffy. When you head out all you have to do is grab one right in the muffin wrapper and your breakfast is all set to go!
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