These bacon and egg muffins are super simple, by taste like heaven. The casing is a slightly crispy bacon lining, with a base of chopped up bacon. The egg is simply cracked into the muffin tin and are ready to eat in 15 mins.
These are best done in batches, usually however many your muffin tin can hold. They are great for work lunches, or even super quick breakfasts on the way out the door.
Making It Easier For You!
FatForWeightLoss is going through some changes, and I’m really liking it! My goal is to make these recipes easier for you so that weight loss becomes effortless.
This week’s recipes will be staring bacon and eggs, heavy cream, lettuce and red cabbage (not necessary, but make for some wicked colour combinations).
I’m eating these for lunch during this week, and will combine the recipes together in a blog post so that you can do the same!
Keeping Costs Low With Limited Ingredients
Nobody likes recipes that require hundreds of different ingredients just to make it taste like “The Real Thing”.
On top of that, no one likes it when they have to buy all of those different ingredients, only to throw them away a week later because none of the other recipes required any of the same ingredients.
I’ve done the fancy cheesecakes, and decadent desserts, and as much fun as they are to make and share with your friends, I’m not sure anyone would have actually made them…
Finding simple ideas for ingredients that you already have is what I strive to turn my website FatForWeightLoss into. A helpful resource to aid in simple ketogenic nutrition without all the complications and associated costs.
If you like this idea, let me know in the comments below. It really helps me when I receive feedback, good or bad 😉
Bacon and Egg Muffins
- 4 Large Eggs
- 8.5 oz bacon (250 g)
- Take the bacon and cut it into long strips. This will be the casing of the muffins inside the muffin tray. Cook these until just brown. You don’t want them too crispy otherwise the muffins will be impossible to eat.
- Dice the remaining bacon into small pieces to use as the base. If you have run out of bacon, its okay – the egg will cook enough to become a base anyway.
- Line the muffin tin with the bacon, and crack an egg into each section. Cook for about 10-15 mins on 180 degrees Celsius (375 F).
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