Simply Simple Egg Muffin Baskets live up to their title of being simply simple, but are in no way simple in taste! These little things are light and airy eggs with spinach, cheese, and a little taste of bacon that just wraps them up in a scrumptious bite of deliciousness. They will satisfy all those morning hunger pains that are growling throughout your home.
Get the children and grandchildren involved in creating these Simply Simple Egg Muffin Baskets and make it a fun and eggstra special morning. Change it up and let them pick their favorite ingredients to add! Just watch out…kids get really creative; at least they do around my home. You can make up a few batches of these and freeze them for the week to follow. Just re-heat and you’re on your way out the door and the family has had a well-balanced breakfast before heading out. They also make for a great after school snack as well. Make sure you load up on these Simply Simple Egg Muffin Baskets so you don’t run out.
These cute little Simply Simple Egg Muffin Baskets will be a family favorite. They’re easy to make and you can get the whole family involved in making them. Let the kids pick their own ingredients for their little egg baskets!
- 12 – Eggs
- 6 Slices – Bacon*
- 1 Cup – Fresh Spinach – chopped
- ½ Cup – Mozzarella Cheese – shredded or cubed
- Spray Oil
- Muffin pan that holds 12
- 1 – Kumato Tomato**
- ¼ Cup – Green Bell Pepper – diced small
- 3 TBS – Chives – diced small
- Salt and Pepper to taste
- Spray muffin pan with cooking spray.
- Dice cooked bacon into small pieces and sprinkle on bottom of each muffin tin.
- Chop spinach up into fine pieces and sprinkle on top of bacon in muffin tin.
- Beat eggs well, I used a hand mixer, and pour off bacon and spinach until muffin cup is ¾ full.
- Sprinkle tops with mozzarella cheese and bake at 350 degrees for 8 to 10 minutes until egg has become firm.
- Remove from oven and arrange on plate and spoon the salsa on top.
- Chop kumato, bell pepper and chives into small pieces and mix well.
- Add salt and pepper to taste.
*I used pre-cooked bacon for this recipe. **Kumato Tomatoes have a firm and juicy texture, which make them great for this quick salsa.
These cheesy, elegant Simply Simple Egg Muffin Baskets would be a great dish to take a long to a family gathering or for that Sunday Brunch with friends, or any day of the week that you have a craving for something delicious and quick. Eggs are not just for breakfast anymore, they’re for anytime you want to whip up something good and fast. Kick it up some and add a little diced hot peppers, onions, or sausage to the mixture for some extra zesty taste. Try drizzling some Sriracha sauce on your plate to really kick things into high gear. It doesn’t matter how you serve them, you’ll be glad to know that they won’t last long, so be sure to make up a bunch of these Simply Simple Egg Muffin Baskets for your family today.
From my kitchen to yours,
P.S. Here are some interesting facts about the Kumato.
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