The Ultimate Guide to Making Egg Cups is what you need so you never run out of breakfast, lunch, or dinner ideas. Because let's face it—eggs are the best!
Egg cups are here to stay as a trend in the healthy breakfast meal prep world. They have become super popular because they are simple to make and handy to take with you in the morning. You can enjoy them cold or reheat them for a few seconds in the microwave. You can make them savory, sweet, vegetarian, and/or gluten free. Anything you can put in a frittata or an omelet, you can put in an egg cup! Oh, and did we mention they are inexpensive, even given the seemingly non-stop rise of grocery costs?
So, how do you make egg cups? It's actually quite simple!
Spray a muffin tin with non-stick spray or coat it with oil.
Whisk together your eggs (and milk, if using).
Mix in your favorite items
- sun-dried tomatoes
Evenly divide the egg mixture among your muffin tins and bake in a preheated 375 degrees F oven for 18-25 minutes, depending on the size of your cups.
Now that you know the foundation of making egg cups, let's take a look at some insanely delicious ways you can make them. Creativity counts here, people!
Having a stocked pantry or fridge with things like sun-dried tomatoes means tasty egg cups are possible at any given moment.
Kale loves eggs. So does spinach.
Here's where the love of sausage pizza meets the love of eggs. Amazing mashup!
Something about this just feels like spring, you know? It's that asparagus . . .
Bacon and eggs are hard to beat, especially when the eggs cook surrounded by bacon.
Our love of sweet potatoes knows no bounds. This one gives you a gooey egg, to boot!
This ultimate egg cup prep shows that eggs are truly a blank slate when it comes to flavors.
Classic Greek flavors right in these egg cups. So good.
Isn't this the cutest thing, the way the bacon curls up like this? Paleo and ready to go for breakfast, lunch, or dinner!
More pizza-inspired egg cups, this time with pepperoni. So good.
This is kind of genius. Check it out!
It's a little like green eggs and ham—maybe just greens, eggs, and ham?
There's a whole lotta protein going on here in these egg muffins with quinoa!
Consider this your Greek omelet in miniature, portable form.
Don't knock it until you've tried it!
This one is unique, but we think you'll like it, as it lends a little nutty sweetness to breakfast in a surprising way.
You knew this was coming. How can this be the ultimate guide to egg cups without involving taco flavors?
Cauliflower really gets around these days, doesn't it? So great in these breakfast muffins.
Bet you didn't see this one coming? Chicken pot pie flavors in breakfast? We love these.
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