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Tuesday, May 9, 2017

Sausage, Egg & Cheese Frittata Muffins

Having great breakfast recipes are important, after all, breakfast is the most important meal of the day!  I like preparing simple yet wholesome breakfast options that can be prepared ahead of time and reheated for those busy mornings. 

These protein packed egg frittatas are simply amazing.  The recipe I am sharing is the base that we like to use but it can be switched up with some extra veggies, different cheeses or other meat options.

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Egg and Cheese Frittatas 

Free printable recipe here. 


Ingredients:

10 eggs
1 cup onion - diced
Jimmy Dean Regular Premium Pork Sausage - cooked

1 cup shredded cheddar cheese
1 tsp garlic powder
1 tsp black pepper 

Other fillings:  green peppers, tomatoes, spinach, bacon, etc. 


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Directions:

1.  Preheat oven to 350 degrees. 

2.  Prepare a large muffin tin with cooking spray. 

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3.  Brown sausage in a large skillet until completely cooked. 

4.  Add diced onion to skillet and cook with sausage until onions are translucent. 

5.  While cooking, add garlic powder and pepper to the sausage mixture. 

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6.  In a medium mixing bowl combine eggs and cheese and whisk together until completely combined. 

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7.  Place 2 tablespoons of sausage mixture into each muffin cup. 

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8.  Pour cheese and egg mixture over sausage, do not overfill. 

9.  Cook for 25 minutes at 350 degrees. 

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10.  Once cooked, the frittatas should pop out of each muffin cup easily, if they are stuck, use a knife to run along the edges to help. 

11.  Eat warm or store in an airtight container and keep refrigerated until ready to enjoy.  These should last for up to 5 days.  Reheat when ready to serve.  


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We have made these a few times and they make a good amount of frittatas that can be reheated when needed.  Perfect for busy school mornings!  Oh and you can totally "hide" veggies in them for your kids!  Mom win!!!



What veggies or meat would you add to your frittatas?

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15 comments:

  1. I always forget how simple it is to make these when I am stuck on breakfast ideas. I jut may need to do breakfast for dinner tonight! These sound so good right now

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  2. I have no clue why I have yet to make frittata muffins. This is genius and looks like a great way to feed my family of six without all the stress. My kids have actually been on a sausage kick too, so they will love this.

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  3. I would SO gobble these up for breakfast. They look absolutely delicious! I had my first frittata only a couple of months ago and my taste buds were bursting with excitement. Love the fact that these are muffin-size: they'd be so great to bring to the office with me.

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  4. oh my, these would definitely be something to look forward to in the mornings! I have got to try these sometime soon, I think the kids would really like them. Plus when is there ever time to sit down and eat your eggs?!

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  5. Ohhhhhhhh I am so going to need to make these. These look soooooo yummy and easy to make for on the go. Going to make these this weekend for sure for next week.

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  6. I'm always looking for new breakfast meals. These would be great as a grab and go option. The kids could even eat them in the car.

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  7. Yessss, I am going add this to our bunch menu this Sunday. These look so delicious and if you give me a good cup of tea and a few frittata muffins and I'm good.

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  8. Looks so yummy! Thank you for the recipe

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  9. That is pretty much everything you could need for a breakfast in a convenient and cute muffin shape! Perfect for Mother's Day brunch or an on-the-go morning! I have to try them out!

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  10. I've been looking for so quick, easy, and healthy options for breakfast. My husband is always in a hurry and if there's something in the fridge, the chances of him eating at home are much greater. If not, he'll grab a croissant at the coffee shop (Not that it's all bad taste wise, but well .. you know)

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  11. I really enjoyed this receipe. Thank you.

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  12. This looks like a great brunch option! I never had fritatas before but looks amazing. I am so happy these are really easy to make.

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  13. Yes. I used to make these back when I was meal prepping. A quick heads up, they do not taste delicious after being in a refrigerator for more than 2 days. But one day one, they're amazing!

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  14. This looks like a delicious breakfast food.

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  15. So cool, love this recipe for breakfast.

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