Food porn..


I love food. All kinds of food, and love to cook all kinds of dishes. But one thing that really helps is food prep, and this is one easy recipe that can be fiddled with as much as you like.

For this, I used 2 dozen eggs to make my egg muffins, which can be frozen for microwave use, or refrigerated if you eat them fast enough, which in my house isn't a problem.

I beat the eggs in a large bowl, and add about a tsp. of water, to make them fluffy when they bake. I add to the egg mix some 18% cream, about 1/8 of a cup. If you don't want to add cream that's ok, but I like that it stretches out the amount of eggs I'm going to need. I grease my muffin tins with olive oil, or, in this case, the grease from the bacon I fried. I heat the oven to 350F, and fill the muffin tins about 3/4 full. Then I add ingredients - cheese, bacon, broccoli, mushrooms, peppers, and whatever I can find in the fridge that I think will taste good. I cover each muffin with more cheese, then pop it in the oven for about 20 minutes, or until they are firm but spongy. I let them cool, in the pan, then on the plate they go. I keep filling the pans until I'm out of eggs and ingredients, and stack them on a plate to let them cool completely. You can use a rack if you have one. As you can see, one didn't make it to the packaging phase. :)

I usually package 2 together in a sandwich bag, and then pop them in the freezer or fridge, and grab a bag to go, or heat it up to eat when I need to, or want to. Sometimes, I don't bother heating them up.. they are great cold too! These are nutritious, and low carb and keep you from craving snacks for quite some time.

Just thought I'd share. If YOU have food porn or healthy recipes that you'd like to share, then please add a blog article or comment with your own food porn!

Because we ALL love food!! Share the love. :)

Joanne Gale

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