Saturday, October 14, 2017

Healthy Easy Breakfast Muffins

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Healthy easy breakfast muffins

This easy breakfast muffin recipe is just a great idea for a quick on the go breakfast.  They're also perfect to serve if you're having friends over for a little brunch.

Recently our granddaughter had a birthday, and Sammy wanted to have a little brunch for the kids and adults. The party was a princess theme and he also served little finger sandwiches using a crown cookie cutter set.

The cookie cutter set consisted of a castle, crown, and a slipper. The kids really had fun with the little sandwiches. I'm sorry that I didn't get a picture of those.

Fran and Sammy made these easy breakfast muffins the night before. So, all we had to do the next day was warm them up and serve.

Here is what we used to make these breakfast muffins:

Pillsbury pie crust
Hormel bacon crumble
Cheddar cheese
Frozen Spinach (Thawed drained and chopped)
Egg Beaters (With a little milk added)

Healthy breakfast muffin recipe


Take your muffin tin and spray it with non-stick spray.

Layout the pie crust and cut using a 2-1/2 inch cookie cutter. You want just enough to fit in the bottom of the muffin tin.

They yielded 12 cutouts out of one 9-inch pie crust. Then picked up and rolled out what was left to yield 6 more.

This may vary based on how close you cut them I would say you should at least get 15.




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Now you're ready to fill them up. This is one tin made with bacon crumbles and cheddar cheese.

Just drop in some bacon crumbles, then add some cheddar cheese and top off with the egg beaters.

You can use real eggs if you like just beat them with some milk and you're ready to go.

The first photo is spinach and cheddar cheese. The options here are endless. You can use whatever veggie you like in these muffins.

I would love mushrooms and cheddar cheese. Or, how about green peppers and cheese.


Oh, I almost forgot. Bake these at 350 degrees for 15 to 20 minutes, let them cool about 10 minutes before taking them out of the muffin tin. You can make these and freeze them and just pop in the microwave for a quick breakfast on the go.

As always thanks for stopping by and I hope you enjoy. 


6 comments:

  1. What a neat idea for a breakfast muffin. will have to give these a try. Happy birthday to your granddaughter!

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    1. Yes, it really was a great idea. Thanks Pat it was a wonderful party.

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  2. Yummy! I am sure these are delicious. I have made some similar to this recipe for our snacks when I had guests. Easy to make. Thanks for sharing Sam.

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    1. These are very easy to make, Thelma, Thanks so much for stopping by :)

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  3. How fun! Now I want to have a princess brunch as well! ;-)

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    1. Oh, the party was so much fun Carlee. And, these little breakfast muffins were a welcome treat. Thanks.

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