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Egg Muffin

Egg muffins are a versatile and delightful handheld dish perfect for breakfast on the go, brunch or as a quick snack. They're made by whisking eggs with various fillings such as cheese, bacon, vegetables, and even spices, then baked in muffin pans to achieve a compact, rounded, and individual serving size. Enjoying egg muffins doesn't stop after baking. They're easy to store, freeze and reheat making them an ideal meal prep option for those busy days. They're also a great way to sneak in some vegetables for picky eaters, ensuring a balanced and nutritious meal.
#41
IN FROZEN BREAKFAST
191
CAL / 100G
$0.35
AVG / OZ
Egg Muffin
58%
CARBS
13%
FAT
29%
PROTEIN
Egg Muffin FAQ
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Expiration & Storage Tips
When does Egg Muffins expire?
Typically, homemade egg muffins can last for up to one week in the refrigerator, but it is recommended to consume them within three days for optimal freshness. If they are store-bought, check the packaging for a 'best by' date. Once opened, try to consume them within a week. If you decide to freeze them, you can extend their lifespan to approximately two months.
How do you tell if Egg Muffins is bad?
Signs that your egg muffins have gone bad include a foul or off-putting smell. The texture might be excessively soggy or the muffins could be discolored. Safety first! If in doubt, dispose of the muffins and make a fresh batch.
Tips for storing Egg Muffins to extend shelf life
• Store your egg muffins in an airtight container to keep them fresh in the fridge. • Separate portions with wax paper before freezing for easy single servings. • Proper cooling is essential before refrigerating or freezing. Leaving them out to cool for too long can facilitate bacterial growth, and putting hot food in the fridge can raise the internal temperature. • To defrost, transfer frozen muffins to the fridge the night before, or you can microwave them for a quick option.
Health Info
Macros
3g
CARBS
11g
FAT
6g
PROTEIN
Contains these allergens
EGGS
MILK
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