KITCHEN SCIENCE EXPERIMENT – MAKE AHEAD SCRAMBLED EGG CUPS
Minimizing morning melees through routines and planning works for most parts of the morning. Trying to prepare sporting things, sign 3-ring binders, and prepping parts of lunch positions us to get out the door on time. Breakfast, however, has yet to hit its stride.
My kids rotate favorite foods they “have to” get, but the love only lasts through three-quarters of the box. I’ve surveyed other moms on their child’s favorite morning menu and introduced some at our house to a chilly reception. Occasionally, to guarantee an early arrival, bribery becomes the meal ticket to a smoothie on the way. Often, they could be serving themselves but they’re still trying to remember their names. The only day they jump out of bed on time to eat more comes with Saturdays and “Saturday [Sugar] Cereal.”
Wanting to mix it up, I finally tried a recipe for Scrambled Egg Muffins. What sold me was the make them in advance and nuke them quickly during the morning rush.
Considering the number of cookbooks I own, I always turn first to online recipes.
There, I tell the computer chef: I have some:
Instantly, it whips up recipe options! If the recipe sounds like a complicated science experiment, I search again for the simpler recipes.
I chopped veggies
Cracked open a dozen eggs
I’m a sucker for symmetry
Whipped eggs into a frenzy
I split the ingredients evenly into the muffin tin cups then spooned the egg over it
After baking, they easily popped out of the muffin tin – Thanks, Pam!
The next morning I ruined my daughter’s day by serving my new breakfast.
My son subconsciously smelled the scent of sausage while sleeping so welcomed the taste-test more openly – despite not liking “mixed” foods.
The reviews do not surprise me! In normal fashion, the kids disagree.
But, when I went to go brush my teeth, my son took another bite without me saying anything – this speaks volumes!
I will try other similar recipes, but perhaps ones a little more muffin-y. Personally, I loved them – especially smothered with sriracha!
CLICK HERE For the full recipe!
If you have other favorite breakfast foods, please share in the comments!
I love the picture of the thumbs up and thumbs down, haha! I’m going to try out this recipe, it looks like something I would enjoy a lot…oh, and hopefully the rest of the family too. 🙂
So fun! If I think of it, I’ll bring you some tomorrow! If not, they’re super easy! Thanks for wandering through – it’s on my radar to read up on your articles!!
I’m going ot re-open up my wordpress blog (you’ve inspired me). It will be a good balance between my sports writing and my “fun” writing.
So fun! Can’t wait to read it!
I totally would eat that. Btw, thanks for clarifying the egg/carton picture. At first glance, I thought it was something obscene, and worried where you were going with this post.
Oh no, what did you think it was? Now I’m dying to know! Thanks for wandering by! 🙂
Ooh, must try these – my son always gets bored with my breakfast offerings and he loves eggs so I bet he would find these fun. Thank you 🙂
Very simple, very easy – in the words of the great 70’s cook Chef Tell! Thanks for wandering by again today!