Make A Week’s Worth Of Healthy Egg Breakfast Sandwiches in 15 Minutes

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I’m not a morning person no matter how much I try. I spend the first 45 minutes of each day in a zombie like cloud with my eyes in a semi squint position. I’m certainly not coherent enough to prepare a decent breakfast. Combine my 5x snooze button routine with my morning zombie march and you can pretty much throw breakfast time out the window completely.

Until now…


Make A Week’s Worth Of Healthy Egg Breakfast Sandwiches in 15 Minutes

I stumbled across this brilliant little idea on Amy’s Kitchen Creations where you can easily make these awesome egg breakfast sandwiches for an entire week in 15 minutes. Sort of like McDonald’s Egg Muffins. The eggs will be ready to go each morning. Just grab your english muffin or bread of choice and you’re good to go. So easy and quick. Perfect for large families too!

Directions

1. Spray your muffin pan with some non-stick cooking spray.

2. Throw in Spinach if desired (The spinach sticks right to the cooking spray… No floating!)

2. Crack one egg into each well.

3. Sprinkle the eggs with a little salt & pepper or whatever seasonings that you’d like.

4. Bake in the oven at 350 for about 15 minutes.

5. You could cook them for a bit less if you wanted a runny yolk.

Storage

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Store your cooked eggs in a tupperware container in the refrigerator for about a week. Use your judgement though.  If they look/smell bad, I wouldn’t eat them. If you can’t get to them in a week then freeze them. I haven’t tried this myself, but I heard it works just fine.

Reheat

1. Toast your English Muffin or bread of choice

2. Microwave your eggs for about 30-45 seconds (microwave times vary)

3. Enjoy a tasty breakfast in less than a minute (maybe longer depending on how long it takes for the muffin to toast ;-) )

More Ideas And Options

  • Use Egg Beaters Egg Whites (low calorie/low fat option). One 16oz carton fills 10 out of 12 muffin cups
  • Add Ham slices
  • Add broken up cooked bacon to the top
  • Scrambled eggs work too!!
  • Add diced green pepper, onions, bacon bits, and shredded cheese (Just don’t fill the cups too full if you want it for a sandwich.) 
  • Replace the spinach with tiny broccoli pieces
  • Sprinkle some cheddar cheese on top while still hot
  • Put a little cream cheese on your English muffin 

Let me know if any of you guys try this and what you think!

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390 Comments

  • Oh man, I’ll be doing this. Saves me money and time.

    • Anonymous

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      Sounds good, going to try this for work next week

    • Anonymous

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      Waste of time.All you have to do is , spray pam in microwave safe coffee cup, crack egg into cup, break yoke, cover with saran wrap.Microwave 1 minute. Make toast or muffin while egg is cooking.Same amount of time same result.Less work.

      • vmm

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        saran wrap in the microwave is horrible unsafe!

        • Anonymous

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          I’m with you! The oven method is much better for you.

        • carol

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          A wet, squeezed paper towel over the top works fine and I don’t think it’s “horribly” unsafe.

        • Anonymous

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          “Waste of time”? Apparently you didn’t read the title of the article…”A week’s worth” Why in the world would I want to use a coffee cup every morning when I can cook them one time for the entire week. What a dumb comment.

        • Anonymous

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          Reply to Michael. – You do realize that yes you are cooking them for a whole week but each day you still have to reheat the egg for almost a minute when you could just cook one egg each day for the same amount of time?

          • Robin

            Bingo.

            If you have to reheat them, why not just use the microwave? Get some microwave safe cups of the right size, and it’s super easy.

            I’m going to stop boiling the egg, and just microwave them. Add a sprouted grain English muffin and a piece of smoked salmon. A healthy egg McMuffin in seconds! And FRESH, too! (I was concerned about it “smelling bad” by the end of the week . . .)

            All the best,
            Enjoy your breakfast!

          • Anonymous

            I don’t really like eggs cooked in the microwave, they do not taste good, and I don’t like the smell. Eggs taste a lot better fried, or baked in an oven.

        • frank

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          no it is not unsafe. Especially since it isnt touching the food.

        • not if its microwave safe plastic wrap it will say so on the box something like ‘microwave safe.’ :)

        • Anonymous

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          I spent 40 years in the petroleum business trust me when you warm plastic it is not a good thing microwave safe or notall of the petroleum based prodIucts surface to the top and penetrate the food

        • Anonymous

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          use a papertowel then

          • Anonymous

            Coffee filters work great for that!

        • Anonymous

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          You can buy micro wave safe Saran Wrap now.

        • Anonymous

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          Agree I have micro do not use

        • rphillips112

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          Maybe you are just assuming and have not tried it but saran wrap is absolutely microwave safe and works miracles. I poke holes in potatoes, rub olive oil on them, cover them in saran wrap n cook for ten minutes or so for the perfect baked potato… If that doesn’t destroy or melt saran wrap I don’t know what would. I even bake with it under tin foil! Stuffs pretty amazing.

          • Jodie

            I’m just getting hungry reading about all this!

        • Anonymous

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          I’m totally agree with sara all this is 8waist of time and flavor

      • Anonymous

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        That’s really not less work. The point is to save time each morning, not crack the egg, open Saran, etc…and you do this in your spare time, when you can wash one dish vs. 2 cups a day. This is for the couple, or family with kids, who can’t make multiple breakfasts in a hurry.

        • Anonymous

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          I am sure McDonalds does not use free range, humanely treated chickens. Eggs that come from free range chickens have far more nutritious and are easy to spot once cracked as the color is a rich orange or yellow. On average, free range eggs have:
          1/4 less saturated fat
          2/3 more vitamin A
          Two times more omega-3 fatty acids
          Three times more vitamin E
          Seven times more beta carotene

          I’m making this dish and using free range eggs!

          • frank

            oooh self rightous egg Mcmuffins

          • Anonymous,
            I appreciate your post, please explain how free range chickens have all these better important nutrients or lack of bad ingredients. I really would be interested to know. I by free range for humane reasons, I’d love to know the science.

            Thanks,, Donna.

          • Anonymous

            a lot of that comes from the fact that free range chickens are treated better in all facets of their lives including diet. Where the factory chickens are fed the bare minimum to keep them churning out eggs, the free range chickens are fed better.

            You can still have free range chickens that are fed terribly (and thus yield worse eggs) and you can have penned up chickens that are fed nutritiously, but that really just doesnt happen in the real world.

          • Anonymous

            Nobody Cares!!! Congrats.

        • Anonymous

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          I swear, I have never seen such debate over the process of cooking an egg. The man posted a simple way to prepare a number of eggs at one time and you people pick it apart as if it were a process for cooking eggs on a space craft. The eggs look easy to prepare and delicious, if you like them eat them, if not then don’t. Simple

          • Anonymous

            LOL High Five

          • Anonymous

            People just love to argue and undermine

          • Anonymous

            Agree!

          • Dru

            I couldnt agree more.. people LOVE to argue and think their solution is the best. My philosophy.. try it you might like it… and be creative… you dont know what you’ll end up with.. sheesh people stop arguing.

          • JoAnna Moore

            Actually free range chickens DO have better eggs. Key words being “Free Range”…When a chicken is allowed to forage for food, they are getting exercise, which keeps down the fat and they have access to “natural” food like insects, worms, grass, ect…Makes for a much happier chicken! My husband and I have a farm with chickens and other farm critters and we slaughter our beef, lamb, chicken, etc… and grow our own garden and can our fruits and vegetables. We like knowing what’s in our food! Love the country life. Wish everyone could experience it…And by the way, this IS a creative idea for multiple people that like different ingredients in their eggs, but I would not refrigerate longer than 3 to 4 days…just sayin’

          • Nicole

            LOL! Right??! It’s ridiculous. Everyone is so self-righteous. Just shut up and eat your eggs the way you want and I’ll eat eggs the way I want. I don’t need your input, thanks.

          • Kaye

            well said!

          • Anonymous

            Exactly!

      • Anonymous

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        Adding a dash of salt helps keep the egg from exploding as well. Especially uncovered

        • Anonymous

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          Is that necessary? You guys must be young. You’re on a website that is giving ideas on how to make eggs and you are both childish.

      • Ned

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        I disagree that this is a waste of time. Efficiency has limits, especially when quality drops below effectiveness.
        I used to do this myself, but I didn’t care for the quality of the egg when it came out; they were always drier and the texture was off. You can be sure that McDonalds (or whoever they contract to) bakes their eggs when preparing them for frozen distribution to stores, where they’re briefly reheated in a microwave at the moment of sale. I appreciate that you wanted to present an alternative, but I’ve got to say that the muffin pan in the oven is the correct “Mother-would-do-it-this-way” approach if you want quality with your efficiency.

        • Anonymous

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          Mcdonalds egss cooked fresh believe it

        • Anonymous

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          McDonalds actually cracks open and cooks the egg they serve on the Egg McMuffin . . I don’t know about the scrambled type egg . . I believe Dunkin Donuts and Panera, for example, do not cook eggs from scratch

        • Anonymous

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          Trust me Ned I have to clean up broken eggs at least once a day I work in mcdonalds kitten there real eggs and a real pain in the the rump to teach new people how to Crack a egg without shattering the shell

        • Anonymous

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          McDonalds scrambled eggs come fake from a carton.

        • Tammy

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          I have made this breakfast dish several times for co-workers and home and everyone loves them.. If your egg is too dry it may be your oven so you might have to turn the heat down a lil bit.. I use Flacky butter Grand biscuits for my egg breakfasts and everyone loves them.

        • Jim

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          NO, Mother would never think of either of these methods. She got up early and cooked all 8 of us a good healthy breakfast. Microwave ???? HUH????

        • Ashlea Davis

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          I used to work for McDonalds. They use fresh eggs. They crack the egg, then take a spatula and break the yolk before they cook it. The scrambled eggs are made from egg beaters. The folded egg which is usually on the bacon, egg and cheese biscuit, is the only egg that is ever frozen.

        • Anonymous

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          McDonalds cracks your egg into a ring mold on the grill…not frozen.

        • Anonymous

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          OMG! This person was just sharing an idea! If you don’t like it, don’t do it! What’s all the hating about! Good Lord!

        • Funny, I was to work at McDonald decades ago and the eggs were fresh and cook on demand. Just like at your restaurant on the weekend no precooked eggs.

      • Anonymous

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        Yeah but lots of people don’t like using the microwave.

      • judith

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        Also, If your kids are old enough they can fix their own breakfast while mom gets the other kids ready or even gets herself ready for work this is a terrific idea all the way around.

      • Anonymous

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        Place thinly sliced ham in the bottom of the cup the break egg on top. Pierce the yolk and cover with waxed paper instead of Saran Wrap. Add shredded cheese for the last few seconds of MW time, if desired. Much easier than the oven method and no reheating involved.

        • Julie Z

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          No way will I even reheat these in a microwave! I think the idea is perfect, especially for my husband who’s a PI. He has video cameras and other supplies to load each day. He can pop this in the toaster oven for 5 minutes as he get’s ready to go. The childish behavior I read above makes me ill. I am a private chef and caterer and I will create healthy and delicious combinations. Act like adults please. If you don’t like what you see, then don’t bother reading their ideas and articles!!!!

          • Julie Z

            Oh, and ours will be Organic and GMO free!

          • Anonymous

            I do the same thing. I reheat in a toaster oven. :) I don’t like eggs in a microwave but to each his own.

          • Mandi

            THANK YOU. Finally someone with some sense

      • Anonymous

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        same amount of work, except your doing it daily. either way its a good idea?

        • Anonymous

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          Right on ! Microwave bad for you period, everyone will someday learn that.

      • Anonymous

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        So doing it once is more work than every morning. There’s great logic in that

      • Anonymous

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        Yum microwaved plastic, my favorite

      • Anonymous

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        Microwave an egg and you lose all the nutrition.

        • Anonymous

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          How do you figure? How does heating an egg from the inside out lose the nutrition? Please explain your vast knowledge…… Idiot

          • Science teacher

            Microwaves “warp” the chemical bonds, can cause nutrients to bond in ways that make them inabsorbable by your body, and causes many unknown side effects in food. My kids did an experiment watering plants with well water, bottled spring water and water that had been microwaved and “rested” to room temperature. Guess which plants looked sickly, barely grew and had odd coloration. Now, who is the idiot?

          • LYAR Science Teacher

            Where the heck did “Science teacher” get their credentials? What the hell does “warp” chemical bonds mean? Don’t you think if it were doing something it would be the story of the century? LAST CENTURY!

            Sorry but anyone who wants to believe this is a moron.

          • Ben

            Umm LYAR s Science Teacher…are you serious? There have literally been hundreds of studies on the harmful effects of of microwaving food, since THE LAST CENTURY. Educate yourself before you insult someone, or you risk sounding like the dumbest person to comment, which you currently do.

          • mjt73

            Dear Science Teacher: Your students did not do that experiment with plants and microwaved water. It is an internet hoax that has been around for some time. Here is a link: http://www.snopes.com/science/microwave/plants.asp

            Microwaves don’t warp bonds or disrupt DNA.

          • Melanie

            Love all the anonymous critics. Great idea for saving time and I even have my own free range girls to supply the eggs! Grow up, people and be adult enough to at least Use your name if you are leaving a comment.

        • Anonymous

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          I work at Carrabba’s Italian Grill, Miami Fl and we do not even have a microwave. We do just fine without one.

      • Anonymous

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        Yea, unless you have 7 people to feed. Then it seems like making 7 eggs your way is not a great idea.

        • Anonymous

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          I had 9 people to cook for and they ate whatever egg I put in front of them. Kids should be glad they have food on the table.

      • Anonymous

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        Um, I think the point here is making 12 eggs at once instead of your 1 egg??? Duh

        • Anonymous

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          Sounds like a time saver for our family campout

      • I would never put saran or this plastic wrap over your food in the microwave. The plastic is toxic when it heats and sweats into your food.

      • Anonymous

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        Except you don’t get a weeks worth, duuuh

        • This article is just a simple suggestion. All you people arguing and saying,”Duh” and “Duuuh” sound so childish.Make your eggs the way you want and leave it at that..so ridiculous to bicker about eggs.

      • Anonymous

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        Now do that ten times for the week

      • Anonymous

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        I can’t stand microwaved eggs….so gross!!!!! My sis nukes them and the whole house stinks!!!!

        • dokboat

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          I cook eggs, scrambled or sunnyside up, in the microwave and have NEVER had any kind of odor. I can even poach an egg if you know how to use a microwave correctly. There’s more to cooking in a microwave than just placing your food in it and hit run!!!

          • Hollie

            Wow. I’ve been trying forever to figure out how to poach in a microwave. Can you tell me how you do this? Every time I try, the yolks are too cooked.

      • Anonymous

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        I would prefer to have something baked, than something microwaved with plastic wrap. I bet a lot of other people would too.

      • Donna

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        I also just microwave my egg while the bread is toasting. But the egg comes out very spongy so I might try this so the egg is more like a fried egg.

        • cheravilla

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          I just would like to say, it sounds like a great idea. when using the microwave oven food tends to get rubbery. but if not left too long is manageable. I use the protective covers made for the microwave ovens not any wraps.. that helps make a diff also. but making oven cooked and reheating things in the microwave allowing them less time in the microwave is a good way to go. my biggest concern is how long the cooked eggs remain in the fridge as they get overlooked if not eaten in the first few days after a few days I am not sure about left overs.. especially when I get in that mood that I have to be in the mood for that on a daily basis kind of thing.. but I think using the oven to cook and microwave to reheat is a better idea than cooking in the microwave. reheating is one thing cooking is another. I like the flawave oven myself.

      • Anonymous

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        Love this idea! Agree the cook in the oven is a waste of time if you’re cooing for one – but if you are cooking for a buffet or potluck brunch, that would be an awesome method. Single serving, the mug in microwave worked great!

      • Anonymous

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        You don’t need to cover it…I never do, but I use a glass bowl and it works great. I think the idea of the muffin pan is to make many at one time.

      • Anonymous

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        Except your way has to be done every morning

      • Anonymous

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        You can do that- minus the Saran Wrap. However, if you want to cook with diced meats or herbs/spices, bake it. If your plan is a plain egg, just microwave everyday.

      • Anonymous

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        Microwave eggs are nasty

      • Anonymous

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        then cover with a damp paper towel

        • KWStewart

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          regarding Panera, as a former employee there who would open the store every morning- I can tell you we definitely crack all the eggs and cook them ourselves. We used a steam cooker technique of sorts and then break the yolks a little before cooking so they wouldn’t be runny. we would time how long they would be on the line and throw out ones that were older than the set time (30 min or an hour? I forget, it was years ago, I know coffee was an hour)

      • Anonymous

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        defeats the point of it being done already and can even heat up at work. Debbie Downer! lol

      • Anonymous

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        I have the pampered chef square brownie pan. Spray it add. Frozen has Browns to the bottom. And cheese and ham lunch meat. Use egg betters. 350 @ i5 minutes. Turn out perfect. Beats your micro wave eggs.

        • DI

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          YUM< NOW THAT SOUNDS GOOD

      • Anonymous

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        Microwaves destroy nutrients.

      • Tammie

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        I think you need to go back and read the article in its entirety. It’s a weeks worth! Not ONE at a time! It takes longer to prepare and cook the egg how ever you do it then it does to toast the bread!!!

      • Peggy

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        This way is so much better. I hate eggs cooked in the microwave. If I wanted to eat rubber I’d chew on one of my dogs toys.

      • Anonymous

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        Tried the microwave egg in coffee cup. Disgusting in my opinion. I’ll try this…

      • Anonymous

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        No, no, no. A microwave is not a safe way to cook raw meat, eggs, poultry, etc. in short times. If the egg has Salmonella, you can still get sick. An oven is best. To safely cook long enough in the microwave you would ruin the egg.

      • Anonymous

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        Ridiculous..microwaves are a no go for any real mean. Very rubbery tasting. I do this every weekend for the week and they are amazing!! So simple. Reheat with a cheese slice and its delish

      • mmt

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        Oven tastes better WAY better….. less dishes and well just tastes better. Esp. if you are adding stuff to the eggs. I have and still sometimes do the microwave version in a pinch (with paper towel – no plastic wrap. Ick) but the oven is so much tastier.

      • Anonymous

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        Yeah and then it’s not healthy anymore. A microwave will kill all of the nutritional value in your food. Baking them all in the oven and then reheating them in a conventional oven is better. If you think baking all of them at once for a week is a waste of time because you have to reheat it anyway, then cook the egg in the conventional oven each morning, not a microwave.

      • Anonymous

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        I’ve tried eggs in the microwave before. Somehow they just aren’t the same…

      • Anonymous

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        What if you want a runny yolk? How long for that?

      • Anonymous

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        I think the most important thing overlooked was this is for people who struggle in the morning. People can make this during the day when they are most coherent and then have an easy and uncomplicated breakfast when they are least coherent.

      • Anonymous

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        Ya Saran Wrap in s microwave is the least intelligent thing ever

      • Jim

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        Have done the singles in the microwave of the RV for years. Why waste the time stockpiling them. The eggs are done usually before the toast. No mess and late sleepers can have theirs hot in a jiffy

      • Anonymous

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        No its not, you’re making one with one coffee cup, as opposed to the weeks worth stated here.

      • Anonymous

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        Not really less work…you are dirtying a cup everyday that has to be washed and you are still cracking an egg every day and oh by the way if you want spinach or something else on your egg you are getting the something else out of the frig everyday and putting it back. It’s less work to get the stuff out once and do it all at once. When you heat the egg back up just set it on a paper towel and put in the microwave then put it directly on your toast or muffin that way you aren’t dirtying a dish everyday.

      • Anonymous

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        It’s not good to microwave food covered with plastic wrap.

      • Anonymous

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        Except you get a oven cooked egg rather then a microwave cooked egg, you and your comment is a waste of time

      • Jessica Bender

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        Ur coffee cup method doesn’t work w/ big families… Thanks for this idea I will definitely use for all our kiddos!

      • Anonymous

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        But for us wives who don’t want to wake up at the crack of dawn to make something for our lazy husbands, this works well :) lol

      • Anonymous

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        This is how I do it and to me the eggs are much better than frying them.

      • Anonymous

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        right. i throw in cubed potatoes, leftover veggies, nuts, whatever….fast and yummy.

      • Cari

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        All you have to do is use a small ramikin and a paper towel on top in my microwave its a bit less then 30 seconds… one minute would blow it up all over the place as my 12 yr old found out lol what a mess that was…

      • Anonymous

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        Doesn’t that mean more work, and more dirty dishes? All you have to do is cook twelve eggs in the oven, then put them on the muffin. No dirty dishes, and you don’t completely need to “warm it up”. Just my thoughts.

      • Kathy

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        It’s only a waste of time if you’re only going to make one egg. It is a great time saver for those who wish to make 10 – 12 eggs. I don’t think it was meant as a replacement for cooking only one egg. Just clearing that up. :-)

      • Anonymous

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        1st of all pam is chemicals and who the hell uses a microwave to cook with …the worst!!

      • Anonymous

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        This is a good idea when only wanting this once in a while – fast- but never use plastic wrap in a microwave!! Just cover the cup with a napkin – and when you have an extra miner or too just cook it on the stove top is best!

      • Anonymous

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        I sort of agree. I have a bunch of 10oz pyrex desert bowls. The bottom is small and round…they work great for a single egg. I drop an egg in, a teaspoon of water, and beat the egg 4 strokes to mix with the water. I nuke for 42 seconds in my microwave…I then drop a slice of American or Swiss cheese on top of the cooked egg. I rinse the fork and use it to loosen the egg patty/cheese. If you cook the egg too high/too long in the microwave, it will explode. Find the time that works for your microwave/dish combination. You should pull it out when you see the egg start to rise up…cooking 2 eggs will work, but change the cook power and cook slightly longer.

        This goes good on a toasted English muffin or Bagel. I’ve been making sandwiches like this for years.

        Making eggs in advance isn’t really quicker since you have to cook for 15 minutes, cool, wash the larger pan, store them, etc… It would only be convenient if you were making a bunch of sandwiches at once.

      • Anonymous

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        you’re you’re a moron the point is to have food all week

    • Anonymous

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      Especially if you have children to feed before you go to work and they go to school! I would change the week in the fridge to three days though.

    • Ken

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      This is such a great idea I don’t know how I never thought to do it myself. I just went to the grocery store and got everything I need and am so glad I put back the ones I was going to throw in the freezer this way is so much easier that I will be set for 12 days. I also decided I enjoy a 10 min egg and adding a water bath to it to keep the eggs to not get too hard on me. I also bought small sausage patties so in goes the sausage patty then egg with American cheese atop and done. Allow to cool and put in fridge at 88 degrees so you save the eggs and keep from warming your fridge and spoiling anything else. Just remember 88 is the special number of degrees to put them into the fridge doesn’t take that long at all.

    • Candi

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      I’m trying it, too! I already buy bulk sausage & form it into thin patties between waxed paper & freeze. I’m going to try freezing the eggs & then just pulling out an egg & a sausage & reheat while toasting my muffin! Yum!

    • Petersins

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      You guys is wasting a lot of time on basically nothing. Cook an egg instead of replying to each other and getting pissed off

    • Anonymous

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      Just made them!It was easy breezy threw a little garlic powder salt-and-pepper with spinach.Took 15 minutes in the oven and made the house smell great. Much prefer the oven over the microwave

    • MARGIT DOWDT

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      lOOKS TERRIFIC, YUMMY

  • Absolutely! You can’t beat it!

    • Casey

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      Well, technically you CAN beat it.

    • Mike

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      you can beat it, did you miss the “Scrambled eggs” suggestion? :)

  • Karen

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    This is a great idea~but~you can’t freeze them. You can freeze scrambled eggs, but not whole eggs. The egg whites go rubbery and watery when they thaw.

    • Anonymous

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      I think what they meant by freezing them, is freezing them after they have been cooked.

      • Marilyn

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        You can freeze fresh eggs as long as the yolk is broken. Very simple.

        • Anonymous

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          Going to try this!!

        • I’ve frozen many a whole egg. When ready to use, simply defrost and pour several into blender w/a little milk and/or water. Scramble them in the blender, then cook.

      • Anonymous

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        Lol love it.

      • Anonymous

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        I made ten scrambled egg burritos for quick work breakfasts and froze them. The first two or three were fine but the longer they were frozen, the more gritty and flavorless the eggs were upon reheating. I will not be freezing eggs again, scrambled cooked or otherwise.

    • Anonymous

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      Freeze after you cook!

  • Anonymous

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    Awesome but not exactly healthy

    • Anonymous

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      Then just use egg whites!

      • anonymous

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        then use chocolate

        • Mark Gitzen

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          smartest argument stopper EVER!!!

        • This is too funny

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          This is too funny! Of all the dumb comments posted on this simple idea, this was the funniest. Shelly is trying for an argument and you stopped her. Well done!

    • Anonymous #2

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      How is that not healthy?

    • Anonymous

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      A recent study was just published stating the entire egg, yoke included, is healthy for you.

    • Anonymous

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      How is that unhealthy compared to what a kid might eat instead, like some cereals, or worse, fast food on the way to school?

    • Anonymous

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      True, they should have put cupcakes instead. That would be healthier.

    • Anonymous

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      Healthier than fast food places and a heck of a lot cheaper.

    • Anonymous

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      Not exactly healthy? really? eggs are healthy, putting in fresh vegies are healthy, MEAT is healthy so what isn’t healthy here?

    • Anonymous

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      Eggs are healthy!

    • Anonymous Eddie

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      Saying eggs are unhealthy is so 1980’s. Current research says they are healthy….again.

  • MaryK

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    Way better than meat!

    • Anonymous

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      the yolkes on you

  • Anonymous

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    Don’t own a microwave, (healthy lifestyle choice) so might as well cook the eggs fresh since reheating in a pan would take just as long!! Is it REALLY such a burden to cook an egg for a few minutes???

    • Anonymous

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      its not the cooking… its the cleaning ;)

      • Anonymous

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        Cupcake liners. I frequent a B&B that makes these. They put thinly sliced ham in the liners, add the egg, and top with parsley, salt, & pepper. Yummy!!

    • kbbb

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      you could always put the egg and the english muffin in the toaster oven together. it’s the best replacement for a microwave!

    • Anonymous

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      It isn’t really the cooking or cleaning for me. It is the I don’t want to wake any earlier than I need to for my job and I also eat two of my three meals at work. So quick solutions like this make my life easier during the work week. After work and on the weekends I cook up a storm.

      • Mark Gitzen

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        sooooo,really,you are Mother Nature!? :-)

        • Mark Gitzen

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          sorry. was supposed to go to comment above!! hahahaha

          • Mark Gitzen

            And no offense intended. Trying to be funny and failing miserably .
            I will say that these little gems do not have to be for breakfast only!! Egg sandwich for lunch is AWESOME if you have the facilities to do so. GREAT post and idea!!! Thanks!

    • Anonymous

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      What a great idea

    • Anonymous

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      I have a family of 8, so i wouldnt be making them in advance. It is just a good way to make breakfast fast and just the right size! Cool trick/recipe!!

    • Anonymous

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      Yes. Yes it is.

    • Anonymous

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      Microwave ovens do not use nuclear radiation. How dumb! They simply use high frequency radio waves to create heat in conductive materials (food). No radiation is left in the food.

      • Anonymous

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        What is with the microwave paranoia?

        • Anonymous

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          Microwaves cook at 600 degrees. At this temp the vitamins are wiped out.

        • Anonymous

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          Microwaves are at just the tight frequency to cause water molecules to vibrate faster, thus adding heat. Foods cook in the microwave at the 212°f boiling point of water. Don’t make up stuff like 600° or debunked radiation myths. Microwaves are no more damaging to food than any other cooking/heating method.

        • Anonymous

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          Microwavesdo something unholy to pizza

    • Anonymous

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      Yes it truly is

    • Anonymous

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      How is owning a microwave unhealthy? Its not microwaves that are unhealthy, its the food that typically is heated with them. All a microwave does it cook from the inside by heating the water molecules… another dumbass who thinks they know more than they do…..

    • Anonymous

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      We also don’t own a microwave… same reason. So I make the sandwiches ahead of time (or wrap them in tortillas) and then wrap them in aluminum foil and freeze them. Then bake when needed. Great for on the go. They bake while we’re getting other things done in the morning and delish. Go to recipe is sausage, hash browns and scramble with cheddar cheese.

      • Hollie

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        You need to read up on the health effects of aluminum. Worse than any “micro” waves…

  • Eggs are very healthy for you as long as they are organic eggs from farmed chickens. You know, the chickens that get to eat grass, bugs, and be in the sunlight? They have the correct ratios of cholesterol and lecithin compared to battery eggs from chickens who only eat grain, sit in the dark and are fed to increase egg production.

    • mary contrary

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      ‘Animals’ are not on daylight savings time unless they live with the human ‘animal’ that changes its habit of turning on/off the lights at a predetermined time based off someone else’ idea of ‘saving daylight’. How funny, the earths rotation changes so the sun comes up/sets later/earlier.

  • Marie

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    Check out the ingredients in non-stick cooking spray. If you’re going for healthy, don’t use it. Use an oil spritzer or use butter, not margarine.

    • Kalif

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      My spray IS oil – Trader Joe’s Olive Oil Spray

  • GO VEGAN. Stop expoloiting animals just for your convenience

    • Bill

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      Animals have been part of the food chain longer than anything we know. Stop exploiting animals? Shut the hell up. Cracks me up.

    • noname

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      so stop eating vegetables and fruits and anything really because if it grows it is alive right? So stop exploiting plants for your food then maybe you can talk about people who eat meat.Also plants are also for animals to eat so your stealing wild animals food too. Animals eat other animals are you going to tell them to stop eating them because you think eating meat is bad lmao…

    • Anonymous

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      Right on! Animals are treated horribly for human consumption it’s un Godley these days they suffer throughout the whole process ! Go vagatarian at least if not vegan

      • Anonymous

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        Don’t you get tired of tuna at every meal?

    • Anonymous

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      Do a tofu scramble. I think the point here is convenience, as some people need quick recipes, not eat animals.

    • Anonymous

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      chickens that do not have access to a rooster will not produce a fertile egg and will not produce a baby chick so eat all you like eggs are very healthy for you you shouldnt feel guilty about eating them

    • Anonymous

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      I am Vegan, I only eat animals that eat vegtables .

      • Anonymous

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        Then you are not a true vegan. A true vegan will not eat or drink anything that comes from an animal.

    • Jon

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      add some bacon and a little cheese, if you are so worried about getting fat run an extra mile. Food was meant to taste good, exercise will keep you healthy. Than and staying away from fast food. But I do love me some Chick Filet. and of course 5 guys burgers and fries. Try one of those burgers it will change you life.

    • Mark Gitzen

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      Tell that to the sharks and bears and tigers!! Quit eating our kind and we’ll CONSIDER doing the same!! Well……probably not! hahahahaha

      • Mark Gitzen

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        hahahahaha comment goes to person below!! hahahaha

    • Anonymous

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      Un Godley is the one that gets me.

  • SusanHH

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    To microwave scrambled eggs, all you have to do is break an egg in a cup, beat for a sec or two and microwave for 1 minute and thirty secs. That is less than a minute more than this recipe., No baking or spraying either.. A lot less work.

    • Anonomous

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      this is how I make my eggs, but I only microwave for 1 minute :] I also switch it up and throw in different veggies, meats and cheeses!

  • Geo

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    It’s really not that difficult to crack an egg into a microwave safe dish (pyrex makes awesome little dishes that are english muffin size AND bagel size) and then microwave the egg for 35-45 seconds depending on your oven. We have an 1100 WT micro and it takes literally 35 seconds to cook a scrambled egg! Why anyone would go through the trouble of this baking and THEN have to microwave the eggs anyways is beyond me. The spinach is a nice addition though, but all of that stuff can be done in a microwave. I make an egg sandwich in literally 2 minutes, that is with a sausage patty (1 minute to cook), toasted muffin or bagel and the egg.

    • Brandi

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      For one person, the microwave is fine. I do that when I’m making breakfast for myself. However, if you have to make breakfast in the morning for several people–like kids–making more than one at a time in advance does speed things up a bit and make everyone less grumpy. I break the yolk when I do it in the oven, and I sometimes put has browns in there too, so it becomes finger food.

      • Anonymous

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        I think this is a great idea. Esp for those of us who have children all getting up and leaving for school at different times. They can have a healthy meal precooked for them to just pop in the microwave to reheat and not make a huge mess doing so.

    • Anonymous

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      making one individual meal once is not time consuming. Making twelve individual meals 12 times IS time consuming. I make and freeze these sandwiches so my family can have a decent and quick homemade breakfast. For which I only have to cleanup once.

  • Geo

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    It’s really not that difficult to crack an egg into a microwave safe dish (pyrex makes awesome little dishes that are english muffin size AND bagel size) and then microwave the egg for 35-45 seconds depending on your oven. We have an 1100 WT micro and it takes literally 35 seconds to cook a scrambled egg! Why anyone would go through the trouble of this baking and THEN have to microwave the eggs anyways is beyond me. The spinach is a nice addition though, but all of that stuff can be done in a microwave. I make an egg sandwich in literally 2 minutes, that is with a sausage patty (1 minute to cook), toasted muffin or bagel and the egg.

  • Mmmm. Looks good.

    I’ll have to try this.

  • Anonymous

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    lol

  • Jared

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    Okay, this is a great idea!

  • Anonymous

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    yeah, don’t exploit the bird for the eggs, eat chicken sandwiches for breakfast instead. :)

  • Webster

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    Great idea, BUT:
    I’ll just get up an hour early and make myself a Healthy Breakfast with VARIETY every morning.
    I like to move casually, even on a workday!
    BEST to YOu, Man!

    • Anonymous

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      this is a great idea for those of us who get up at 3 to be to work by 4 am. you early for breakfast! but this would travel well and could easily be put together at work.

  • Bacon Lover

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    Agreed…

  • Bacon Lover

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    There’s not enough bacon in that picture.

  • nelson

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    Because if we stop eating eggs, chickens will stop laying them?

    • Anonymous

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      Bahahahahaha!!

  • Anonymous

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    this is an aweful idea the eggs yolk will run all over you when you bite into it.

    • Anonymous

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      The yokes are not runny when baked for 15 minutes.

  • tony

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    I cook mine in a small aluminum pan with pam spray saute veggies w / olive oil broccoli, mushrooms, onion if i have em , add seasoning of choice, 1/4 cup all egg whites while thats cooking on low heat i nuke a turkey sausage patty, toast a all wheat hamburger bun assemble with 0% fat american cheese I like brown mustard with mine. a good quick breakfast!

  • anonymous

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    The runny egg yolk is what makes it taste so good!!!!!

  • Ginger

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    I cooked my eggs (some were eggbeaters, some regular eggs), put them, a piece of Canadian bacon, and a slice of cheese in a biscuit/English muffin/bagel. Put in waxed paper. Put in freezer Ziploc bag and froze. Then sent them with hubby when he went hunting. If they wanted a “morning sandwhich” they heated them in the microwave for about a minute and ate hearty. I even baked some hashbrowns and put them in a few of the sandwiches. About any combination of “breakfast” items worked well.

  • Lola

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    I agree about animals being mistreated, however organic and humane farms are an alternative. Eggs, meat, and dairy are an important part of a healthy and complete diet. Maybe if you ate a more balanced diet you’d be a little more pleasant and a little less abrasive…

    • Anonomous

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      love this, thank you :]

    • Mandi

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      1000000% agree

  • jolynn

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    By vegan you had better not have any cotton in ANY clothing, leather in ANY shoes or sports equipment or byproducts in ANY personal or household items you use!!! Vegan is such a cop out because there is no way that you can not use an animal to help you get through your day. Why in the world are they even here if not for our benefit? Just to eat grass and look pretty? How ignorant.

    • Not A Vegan

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      Why are animals here if not for our benefit? hmmm — probably due to a little thing called evolution. Most animals don’t eat grass and look pretty.
      Also, cotton — it’s from a plant.
      How ignorant? I think you showed just how ignorant . . .

      • Jon

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        So why is a live animal worthwhile to save but a living plant isn’t I say leave the plants alone eat animals plants have rights and they are forced to stay in one place can’t even run away. Plants are things we should be saving. And just so everyone is aware when plants disappear so does our Oxygen.

  • Anonymous

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    Organic chickens don’t have to eat grass, see sunlight, or eat bugs to be organic just be fed organic feed! I was enlightened to cage free also means at least 61 minutes out of the cage a day. However, pasture raised is out all day and forages for itself. Oh and chickens who sit on the dark do not produce many eggs if any they need light in order for their internal clock to get going. This is why time changes effect egg production.

  • Anonymous

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    I made this today for bunch. I make some that were scrambled and added pico to it and low fat cheddar cheese to the top. It was like crustless mini quiches. It went very well with my family.

  • andrea

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    What a great idea. Especially for a working mom with several mouths to find in the mornings. We raise chickens and always have an abundance of eggs.

    For the vegan if wedont consume our eggs snakes and other chicken killing animals would.come and steal the eggs and eventually kill our chickens. Chickens lay constantly. Whether the eggs are fertile or not. So this isn’t an exploitation of the animal it is a mutual benefit. Also eating only fruits and veggies is stripping our earth. Living near and around agriculture my whole life has taught me that. If everyone were vegan our earth would die quite quickly. It’s justnot enough food… The is of course unless you are ok with mass corporate agriculture.

  • Anonymous

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    Reheating eggs? not sure how good that’s going to be after a few days. Not very fresh…

  • Anonymous

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    These are fantastic. I bake 5 on Sunday night and they are fine. I coat the cups in a drop or two of extra virgin olive oil rather than using cooking spray. I don’t have a lot of time in the morning so this works for me. I toast the whole grain English muffin, heat the egg for 45 seconds, add a slice of deli ham, a slice of cheese and wrap the whole thing in foil. It’s still warm and tasty when I get to work and eat while I read an respond to emails. I don’t even like eggs that much but I can tolerate them when prepared this way.

  • cam

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    I do this! It is SO easy, quick, and I only have one pan to clean for days’ worth of breakfast. If you like egg mcmuffins at McDonald’s, these are exactly how you do them- add a slice of American cheese on the hot muffin before you put on the egg.

    • Tim

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      I want to put some cheese on your hot muffin

  • Julie R

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    If you added a little ham, you could call these Greens, Eggs, and Ham. Sounds a little Dr. Seussian, doesn’t it?

    • Mark Gitzen

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      Dr. Seussian??????? LOVE THAT!!!!!!! Greens,Eggs and ham???? AWESOME!!! Finally a comment about this delicious idea that is a mood lightener and made me laugh!! Thanks!

  • Robert

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    I use a Whoopie-Pie pan instead of a cup cake pan and egg beaters. The Whoopie-Pie pan has 12 wells, but they are wider and not as deep (think muffin-top pan) and they are the perfect size for biscuits or English muffins. One-half a sausage patty and some American cheese. Cost is maybe $.30 per sandwich.

  • JBT

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    Do you realize that when you tell someone to stop trying to force their beliefs on others that you are trying to force your will on them? I don’t agree with being a vegetarian, but that’s my choice. If someone wants to encourage me to stop eating meat so what? I don’t have to do what they say.

    • Anonymous

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      Do you agree with being a vagatarian?

    • Jon

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      So by telling some to stop telling them to put their beliefs on someone you are telling them to stop putting their beliefs on someone so there by you are doing the complete opposite of what you are saying which is by definition a hypocrite.

      Just saying.

  • michele

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    I have been making large batches of egg mcmuffins for awhile now. I don’t use a muffin tin like this shows but I think I will from now on, even easier. I have been frying eggs, breaking the yoke, when cooked I sprinkle cheese on them. I toast the muffins and assemble and add a piece of ham also. I prepare them completely then wrap them individually and freeze. The kids take the plastic wrap off and wrap them in a paper towel and microwave for 1 1/2 mins and they are good to go!!! They look more appetizing cooked in the muffin tin, I will try that, thanks.

  • Anonymous

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    4 happy chickens live in my yard. They lay eggs. I eat them. Is that ok with you?

  • Anonymous

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    I agree with You, Chef Art – No English Muffins or any bread at all – Grains not good for the Paleo diet I’m on!

  • Horhay

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    this is making me hungry…

  • dflaucher

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    Ive made these they come out great but you should buy the silicone muffin trays. clean up is realty easy. The metal tins are a pain.

  • Dawn G.

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    Try putting a cheese cube, then break egg, sprinkle with garlic and herb, add a sun dried tomatoe and then bake. Soooo good. You can add spinach too. Just use a large muffin tin to put it all in. Spray tin.

  • Barb

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    Been doing this for years. There are a thousand ways to vary the recipe to keep it from being boring. One of my favorites is to just put the eggs, a little Bisquick (about 1tbsp per egg), a little milk and all my seasonings/fixings (bacon, spinach, cheese, etc) right in the food processor and blend it all up. Put in cupcake liners, fill them half full and bake. Then you can forget the muffin/bagel and just heat and eat on the run. Very eggy with just enough dough texture to hold together (think quiche filling) and add flavor. Of course, you can substitute egg beaters/whites, almond milk/flour or any other “healthier” option you might want. Makes it even faster!

  • carrie

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    Is it USDA Organic, or Oregon Organic, or Portland Organic?

  • Donn Kellaher

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    This is a good idea, but you can do the same thing every morning that only takes 1 min. Walmart has a microwave egg cup I guess you would call it. I use one you just break the egg in the plastic egg cooker and sprinkle some spice on it or vegies and put it in the microwave for 1 min and its ready. I always start the toast (or eng muffin) first and they are ready at the same time, I add a piece of cheese and it’s better than an egg mcmuffin. The microwave egg cooker costs 3.99 at walmart. I also hit the button on the keurig while making the sandwich and coffee and sandwich are both done in less than 2 mins.

  • Amanda

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    I’m going to make this for diner tonight for my family I think they’ll love these, thanks for the idea

  • mike

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    Just microwave the egg in the first place for about 2 min..no need to make 12 eggs at one time

  • DM

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    You couldn’t just say you’re a genius?

  • Anonymous

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    What a bunch of sarcastic morons… You know who I an referring to. Just take the idea, be grateful, and shut up. Who cares if eggs are healthy or not, most of you probably eat a bunch of crap or miss the most important meal of the day anyway. Oh, and since none of you feel the need to say anything, allow me: Consistently dropping the f-bomb really confirms your extremely small vocabulary and ignorance. This is why so many good ideas go un-shared, because of idiots like you. No one wants to read ignorant sarcasm, so just do everyone a favor and shut up. Thanks for sharing the brilliant idea Joseph, much appreciated.

  • Wow, what a fabulous idea! I am definitely jumping on this ASAP. :)

  • anonymus

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    I was taught that you should not store food like leftovers over three days. If not being consumed in three days freeze, or, on day four throw it out. These are sort of “leftovers” having been cooked and not all eaten at the time cooked. After three days too much bacteria has grown and the food is not healthy and might make you sick. I’m going to do a Google search to see if others might have learned this too.

    • Anonymous

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      very true

    • Palio Girl

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      You were taught wrong. I make my weekly meal every Sunday and eat on it all week and sometimes longer if there’s more left. Even shell fish like shrimp. Yum! I’ve never become sick. ;-) Go ahead. Live on the wild side.

    • Hollie

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      That’s just for chicken…

  • jen

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    Lol, this cracked me up!. Great idea, will try it.

  • Norma

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    This site is hilarious. Funny people. The egg thing sounds good, but a scrambled egg microwaved in a coffee cut only takes a minute. But I enjoyed the comments. I don’t know if it’s flirting or anger, but funny.

  • Anonymous

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    Every time i crack an egg or slice my meat a peta freak gets his wings ..

    • Mark Gitzen

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      hahahahahahahaha THAT was classic my friend!!!

  • Adam

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    TIS THE SEASON OF MASS GAINZ! Mwahahaha. Thanks for this!

  • Kalei

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    this blog is cracking me up! It’s so serious and then totally goes downhill! Thanks for making me
    Aught out loud

  • stephen

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    just throw two eggs in a pan, grab a cup of coffee and a fruit, and your metabolism should be going well in a quick manner.

  • A guy w an idea not a comment

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    Wow. This has been quite entertaining to read through this educational “comment” section for a simple time saving idea.

    I like adding protein to my breakfast in various ways. A great veggie to add is edimame beans. Drop 3-4 in each well. You could add small pieces of Turkey bacon (less fat, but plenty of salt so you don’t have to add more), or pieces of left over chicken that you grilled the night before. Some minced,fresh garlic and mushrooms add flavor to this tasty morning snack too. Put that in each well!!! Yum.

  • Anonymous

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    Hahaha! I don’t know what I like more, this arrival or the comments. Lol I’d wake up every morning just to eat those eggs and read your comme ts! Funny funny!

  • anonymous

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    I agree with the previous post- which I read after typing this but not submitting yet. Most of this thread is hilarious! Especially the one about the cotton and the plants not being able to run away!! LOL. Amazing how a simple breakfast recipe idea can elicit such passion and opinions and get off topic! I think I’m going to try the recipe- exactly as written. Lol

  • Anonymous

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    This article is about cooking eggs. If you are politically opposed why are you here judging us. Should all non vegans bomb your receipe and message boards with our politics. Let’s discuss health care or education. It makes as much sense as you disrupting this attempt at information exchange. It’s the wrong place and the wrong time. If we attacked your message boards people would be up in arms that your freedoms were violated while you have no issue violating our rights.

  • Anonymous

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    After 3 days it could be dangerous to use this even if well refrigerated. Veggies and things you could get by with but meat and especially eggs could be dangerous after the third day.

    • Palio Girl

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      Wrong. I make my weekly meals every Sunday and eat on them the entire week or longer. Try it! Stop wasting food.

  • doing it my way

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    For those that don’t eat meat or eggs there are plenty of vegan, vegitarian, or organic recipes for you to see elsewhere, for those concerned with how animals are treated, raise your own, learn to harvest your own meats and prepare them your own way. Then you need not worry about how they were fed, caged, treated because you handled that yourself. If you are unable or unwilling to do this for yourself you gave your say so to the folks that raise your food for you. I grow and can my own vegetables raise my own chickens harvesting eggs and animals to keep my flock healthy, I buy beef from a man just up the road who raises it, and pork from another farmer, I see how tgey raise the animals and what they feed them and we trade between our families for vegetables that the others have and we don’t.

  • Bev

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    Good as far as it goes. I always liked McDonald’s egg mcmuffing but got rather expensive. So, I cook sliced sausage,or bacon wrap and freeze in a baggie. I then can toast a muffin, fry and egg, microwave cooked frozen meat for 1/2 min and put all together in a great morning sandwich.

  • Jill

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    I tried this but mixed my egg first because I don’t like the yolk by itself, well my eggs came out grayish looking. Anyone know why?

    • Anonymous

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      Ferrous sulfide
      The blue-green tint comes from overcooked iron/sulfur compounds in the egg. It forms ferrous sulfide, which is blue/green, which with the yellow proteins in the yolk turns gray.

      Usually, you can’t see that in a scrambled egg, because the white albumin dilutes it. But if it’s concentrated (perhaps you don’t scramble your eggs thoroughly) it shows up as spots.

      It also means you probably overcook your scrambled eggs. If you like them that way, it’s OK: they’re just as nutritious and not dangerous. But you might consider cooking them over lower heat.

      If you’re only noticing them this week, it may be that this batch of eggs is older, and the iron and sulfur have already partially reacted. They’re perfectly safe to eat, so they’re not expired, but they may not be as fresh as you’re used to.

      They may also have been stored badly between the farm and you, which happens. The tinting itself is harmless, and the odds are that they’re not contaminated. I might hold off on making recipes with raw eggs until you get some new eggs, though.

      http://askville.amazon.com/eggs-greenish-bluish-grey-tint/AnswerViewer.do?requestId=13882141

  • Doreen Burgess

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    The oven is much better the microwave takes all the nutrition out of your food

    • AnActualScientiest

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      Oh really? And how exactly does it do that?

      Jesus, how is it that so many people on here don’t understand how microwave ovens work?? They’ve been around for 50 years!

      Newsflash: microwave ovens heat things by transmitting radio waves through the food that excite water molecules. These water molecules vibrate and generate heat – THAT’S IT! A microwave doesn’t magically blast your food with radiation and “take all the nutrition out” any more than your oven does with its convection heat.

  • Dawn

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    Microwaving denatures the cells of proteins so yes it may seem quicker but not so healthy :/

    • AnActualScientiest

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      “The cells of proteins??” That’s the stupidest thing I’ve ever read. That remark right there tells me how little you know about cell and molecular biology, let alone dietary nutrition.

      Allow me to educate you a little bit.

      First off, the microwave is not some dangerous radiation box. It heats food by transmitting RADIO waves through it to excite the water molecules stored inside. As these water molecules vibrate, they generate heat. It is this heat that cooks your food. Don’t believe me? Try microwaving an ice cube and see what happens. The ice won’t melt any faster than if it were left at room temperature. Why? Water molecules in ice are locked in a lattice network and cannot vibrate in this manner.

      Furthermore, ANY heat above ~50C / 120F (REGARDLESS of the source) will denature proteins. But guess what? Even if you at that same food raw, the proteins would still be denatured by your stomach acid and digestive enzymes secreted by the pancreas. Denaturing a protein doesn’t destroy it; denaturing means that the folding pattern of the amino acid peptide chain has been altered or unfolded altogether. Your body absorbs amino acids for their nutritional value – it doesn’t care how they’re folded.

      Source: I’m a molecular biologist who reads these crazy things called “books.”

  • Mark Gitzen

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    See comment above please. And lighten up my friend!

  • Abby

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    My family makes egg sandwiches a little different than this. We butter bread, and use a cup to make a whole in the center. Then we pour the egg in the hole. Scrambled or over easy, it’s delicious. We use frying pans, but you could probably do several at once on a griddle. We’ve creatively coined this dish as “egg-in-a-whole”.

    • Janet

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      This is to the person who makes “egg in a hole” I used to make that a lot for my kids before school. We called it “egg in a nest” Mmmm, I think I’ll have one for breakfast tomorrow!

  • Mark Gitzen

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    I like to substitute the chicken eggs with Pterodactyl eggs. Makes much larger sammiches for growing children! Try it.

  • Anonymous

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    Is everyone really in such a hurry these days? Come on. Make a breakfast sandwich per order the way your mom did. Keeping those cooked eggs in the fridge…gross pass.

  • videoray

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    Well. You can buy jimmy deans crosspoints toss from frezzer to microwave
    Or
    Buy hamelton beach breakfast sandwich maker put eggs and all ingreedient s
    In machine in just over five minutes sandwich is cooked!

  • Lori

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    This comment section has been the most enjoyable part of reading this article. I laughed my head off.

  • Sue

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    I’m sharing this post to my FB page and adding instructions to read all the comments… hahahaha

  • jeff

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    GREAT!! I put jalepeno nacho slices in the bottom….fantastic. I would think Green chiles would be fantastic also. THANKS!!

  • starr

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    I currently cook my egg each morning with the coffee cup method but I am going to try this. I think it will be much more time effective and healthier!

  • Tbear62

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    I am guessing they meant this method is NOT for everyone. Yes, pre-cooked items generally dont have the same quality as fresh BUT – I believe short cuts like this are for the folks that say they have NO time to make something healthy and grab either fast food, donuts or other high calorie foods instead. No recipe is for every diet like not every short cut is for everyone. If you are hurried and are trying to watch weight- this beats 99% of everything else out there that you have to stop and buy or grab and unwrap Calorie restrictive and easy to pre-make. The excuse is gone.

  • Tbear62

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    To the online bullies that think their way is the ONLY WAY. Guess you are still dressed in June Clever Pearls and shoes. Its 2014- some parents dont have that luxury of being home to send kids off to school. Some could but they could be at home draining the welfare system but they choose to work 1-2 jobs and contribute to society so instead of leaving their kids CRAP foods to eat like sugar disguised as cereal- they can pre make things- so kids can heat them and be off to school with something GOOD in their stomach. Or perhaps the college student who works 6am to 9 then classes till 4 and instead of downing 2-3 donuts and coffee- they toss this in the micro and get their bags together and out the door. Not everyone has the convenience of time- it after all 2014 and even at my old age- I recognize it and applaud their efforts for making the effort in eating better.

  • Christina

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    Really good idea! Made mine with chopped up green pepper and onion. Good way to save some money for me at work. Making these I won’t have to spend money to buy something everyday.

  • Anonymous

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    The microwave debate is hilarious!!!!
    This is a great idea for those who do not want to be bothered with getting up earlier, cooking individual meals for their family everyday, as well as the big ass clean up that comes after. Everyone has a reason why this works for them. So what if you may not agree or find it crazy, because , ” oh my goodness is it that hard to cook an egg everyday”!! Well when you have a family of four that you are cooking for and everyone has to be out the door by 6 am and you don’t want to get up early or leave all those dishes for when you get home, this works.
    And heat from any manner of cooking causes the certain vitamins and minerals to breakdown , losing their nutrients. Which is why the industrual canning process enriches the food, to replace the nutrients. Basic nutrition class and knowledge will tell you that.
    Which is why they say microwaves are not the best way to cook your food. Its the type of heat source that helps play a role for that. And never put anything plastic in the thing and cook or reheat. Really people do some ACTUAL research before commenting.
    Some of you sound uneducated.

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  • Anonymous

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    Ok like me you’ve skipped the squabbling momos and arrived here at the bottom.

    My suggestion is to spray your muffin pan then sprinkle the bottom and sides with smoked sweet paprika. Now add your veggies or meat (I like spinach, ham, mushrooms,onions and peppers myself – but remember less of each is more).. then your egg plus a dash of salt, pepper, and top with your choice of cheese. I personally love gruyere but there are many options. If you work from home, sprinkle some garlic on top ;). Bake as directed, and if doing a week’s worth at a time doesn’t seem to work, then make a smaller batch twice a week. Better yet, pre-prepare ramekins (by spraying, seasoning and filling with meat and veg) so all you have to do is crack an egg into one and then shove it into a toaster oven for 15 minutes while you shower each morning.

    • pancakes

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      I love the ramekin/toaster oven idea.
      We don’t own a microwave (health choice – so we’re not tempted to buy the types of processed junk foods that most Americans tend to cook in one), but still appreciate tips on how to save time. While the idea of reheating eggs makes me feel a little queasy, I can totally see us prepping a week’s worth of ramekins and just doing the egg part the morning of!

  • Anonymous

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    Everyone thinks they’re an eggspert. Just go eat your damn eggs and live your life!

    • Anonymous Eddie

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      Eggcellent reply!! Way to go the eggxtra mile!!

      • pancakes

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        What a comediHEN! These internet YOLKels are EGGShausting. Maybe instead of CRACKing on someone else’s EGGceptionAL sEGGestions, they should BEAT it for awhile and WHIP up their own ideas. It would be interesting to see what skills they can HATCH if they spend some time in their own SHELLS instead of COCKLEDOODLEDOOING all over a message board.

  • Anonymous

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    Or you could not be so lazy and just make them in a pan, using a circular cookie-maker to form the shape. This is much better for you as well as more enjoyable.

    • Anonymous

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      Cookie-cutter*

  • Debbi

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    Why bother to bake and store? why don’t you just crack an egg in the glass and microwave for 15 seconds? Voila! same result but better.

  • Anonymous

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    Microwave oatmeal… eeeewwwwwwuuu Cook it on the stove too … honestly

  • Anonymous

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    of course, your cholesterol levels will shoot up if you are eating an egg yolk a day……

  • dz

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    What is with all the controversy, either do or don’t. Don’t condemn those who do or don’t. To each his own.

  • Tasha

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    What is wrong with you people, all the negativity. It’s either you like the idea or not……..I love and will try. Save time not just for cooking all at once…..but doing dishes, throwing thrash, sanitizing……I am totally up to doing all at once…with different veggies

  • gina

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    Wow, you hear so much about people like that, the haters who’s goal in life is shooting down and criticizing other people’s ideas, but it’s amazing to see them in action, really pathetic, feel sorry for the people in their lives, glad it’s not me, these people need help. Can you imagine if they came up with an idea (ludicrous, I know) and someone criticized them the same way, wonder how that would go? See a therapist for everyone’s sake your own included

  • Eggsellent Post

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    The comments here are some of the best I’ve seen in a long time!

    I especially love the chickens and daylight savings time thread. Hahaha!

    This is cracking me up.

  • Anonymous

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    If you use a whoopie pie pan or muffin top pan, the eggs come out for the perfect size for an english muffin or bagel. I too do not like the taste of microwaved eggs. Also, my special needs daughter can make her own breakfast by easily reheating in microwave

  • Anonymous

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    Consumers are dying today in part because they continue to eat dead foods that are killed in the microwave. They take a perfectly healthy piece of raw food, loaded with vitamins and natural medicines, then nuke it in the microwave and destroy most of its nutrition. The oven is the way to go. when you reheat use your toaster oven or open face in the oven.

  • Rhonda

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    This is a really neat idea, but I do it already and have to say one thing….

    Why pre-cook the eggs if you have to heat them in the microwave anyway. I take a small bowl and spray it with cooking spray, crack in an egg, pierce the yolk (so it doesn’t burst), and microwave for one minute.

    So I spend 15 seconds longer each morning, but don’t have to take the 15 minutes (plus oven pre-heating time) once a week. AND since eggs stay fresher in the shell longer than they do once cooked, there would probably be less waste.

    Just saying…

  • Hillary

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    Loved the idea of doing this, but in practice, my scrambled ones turned out to be basically the same spongy texture of microwave eggs so unfortunately I will not be doing it again. I will stick to my old method of making a very large batch of scrambled eggs on the stovetop, adding them to bagels, adding a slice of cheese, wrapping in foil, and freezing for later. When fully thawed in the fridge overnight and then microwaved in the morning, my method will result in eggs that are light and fluffy just like they were made fresh that morning (and they don’t fall off the bagel like fresh ones would!). It’s probably more work, but I personally don’t like the weird texture of microwaved scrambled eggs. That’s just a personal preference though :)

  • Kitty Philips

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    I use silicon cups instead of muffin pans. I don’t and won’t use cooking sprays. To reheat you can treat them like poached eggs if you don’t want the microwave. Heat a pan of water to simmer and drop them in for about 30 seconds. Works great.

  • pancakes

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    Croissants?

  • cindy

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    And how much does McDonalds charge for one of these? And then there’s the gas you use sitting in the line at McDonalds waiting for the not so fast food

    • Anonymous

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      whoever is complaining about this idea is RIDICULOUS.!
      It’s advice for a more convenient day. I’m sure many people benefit from it .
      So ….
      STFU

  • Anonymous

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    That last anonymous is the best comment on this board. Someone was kind enough to share a tip that worked for them. If it doesn’t work for you move on. Eat the fruit, spit out the seeds. Oh, make sure the fruit is free-range organic LOL!!!

  • Give me a break

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    It’s so funny reading all these comments. Thanks for the tip, I will try this recipe, sounds great. By the way, for all of you who don’t like it or just have to be negative, get a life and stfu, nobody wants to hear you, it’s eggs we are talking about people, not voting for our next president. Peace out.

  • Sammy

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    made this last night after seeing it on Facebook recently. They came out perfect and tasted so good. Used egg whites, mushroom and spinach. Yum!

  • Tim

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    Actually Hamilton Beach has come out with a nifty little gadget that makes awesome breakfast sandwiches in 5 minutes. They have a single sandwich model and a Dual sandwich model. I have the dual but usually only use one side. While the sandwich is cooking the Kuerig is making me a perfect single serving of coffee. Life is Good!

  • MY GAWD PEOPLE!!! It’s an EGG!!!!!

  • I doubt that free range anything has more of anything a regular egg has anyway, IF you didn’t cook the eggbeaters at all they might taste good BUT I have tried them & they always look smell & taste like dishwater before the dishes are done & that sucks too.. I’d rather fry an egg in a pan with butter & then toast the muffin in a toaster, Butter it & insert the egg inside, add some salt & pepper & having made it like my Mother did all her life, it is great, I am never in THAT much of a hurry when I eat anyway, but if you are, then just stop at Mickey D’s or wherever you want to & buy one that is already made to eat while you are driving up to the window from where you ordered it from down the road a bit, thru the drive thru & save time money, dirty dishes & anything else your little pea picking heart desires! 6 2 even & OUT.. Barrack O’BOZO is coming to a theatre near you soon!

  • Jeepers!

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    Wow! What a debate. The real question is….which came first, the chicken or the egg?

  • Anon

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    You all have clearly enough time to cook breakfast. Since you are all bickering and arguing over efficiency and quality. Saran wrap in the microwave is completely safe and non toxic under 180 seconds. Google it. Furthermore, this is a suggestive and tip site for people. Not a forum to argue and banter on. Please take that to craigslist where it should remain.

  • Bobby

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    Thanks Joe.

  • Kat

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    Fantastic idea.. I love a breakfast sandwich in the morning but they are usually too high in calories or just too pricey for breakfast. Thanks so much for posting it.

  • Nanciellie

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    My mom had a fun idea for kids or adults (a bit off topic)…she put omlet ingredients in a ziplock baggie and put the baggie w/out air in boiled water off the hot stove. She left it in for 5-7 minutes or so. Just a fresh and yummy idea that doesn’t need a 30 minute pro and con debate by haters!

  • I love this!! What a great idea, this opens up many possibilities. Thank you so much for sharing!

  • Anonymous

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    I didn’t read all the arguing, but I have eaten day old egg and it is nasty

  • Anonymous

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    That’s also know as oeuf cocotte. You didn’t invent anything, it is a traditional French recipe.

  • I have no idea why everyone is putting all of this stuff up on this page. It is a fun easy idea. Thank you for sharing. People should leave it at that. Why does everything have to turn it into a debate? Free range…microwave…fresh…not fresh…dangerous plastic. My goodness. Cut this person a break.

  • Vickie

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    To the real point…I made these. They are like eating boiled eggs. Not a replacement for my eggs fried in olive oil! The 5 minutes spent in the morning making them fresh is worth it.

  • Thorswitch

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    I spray the muffin tin and then line the inside of each container with thinly sliced black forest ham, crack the egg, poke the egg yolk with a needle, sprinkle with chopped cooked bacon and shredded swiss cheese. Bake as instructed and eat on open face toasted English muffins or just on their own, no toast. My family loves it and is an easy way to make a large quantity without having to do batches in a frying pan.

  • Bo

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    Oh dear me! This wasn’t too bad a read, until I started reading the
    comments.
    Now, I have a headache. Some people!

  • Anonymous

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    I prefer to use ostrich eggs. I do have to use a round cake pan, instead of the muffin tins and a jumbo hamburger bun instead of the English muffin, but believe you me the eatin’ is good!

  • Anonymous

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    OR you could just stop by your local McDonalds an buy a egg mcmuffin and not have to do anything, plus you will be supporting a local business that provides jobs to people that need to work!

  • Wrex

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    I cooked two dozen in the time it took you people to argue if it was a waste of time or not and saran wrap in the microwave versus your health. lol.

  • Ja Kess

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    I crack about dozen eggs, scramble, cook lightly in large frying pan with the various additions of my choice each week. I finish the cooking in the oven. Let cool slightly (I live in the north so during colder times I set it outside for a few minutes), cut into wedges and put on the plates, wrapped parchment paper or plastic, then into the fridge. I typically do 4-6 wedges, depending on how many eggs I actually used. That’s a lot easier than cleaning a dozen muffin cups, even with nonstick.

  • I agree Julie. This is why I USUALLY stay away from sites that allow anonymous. If you have to step up and support your comments with a valid, vetted name and email address, you are usually more kind and thoughtful.
    Also, I find that i “get to know” those by name whose comments I am interested in hearing/reading.

    I have made baked eggs many times. Often lining the egg with a strip of bacon. These are great and thanks to the author for sharing. Share the love. There is plenty of anger in the world and we don’t need to feed the anger on an idea website.

  • Joseph

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    Reading all of the insane comments and arguments here over an article about COOKING FREAKING EGGS reminds me that most of the world is incredibly stupid.

  • jongry

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    Technically you’re not suppose to store cooked eggs in the fridge for over 3 days. Just poach your egg in the microwave, it takes just the same amount of time than reheating it for the said 30-45 seconds.

  • rlee

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    People, in either case your placing it in the microwave…not much difference. The baking method just give you a little leeway to change it up a bit. Relax. It’s just a tip!

  • Mamal

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    Sp many crockpots, or is it crack heads?, judt over s simple recipe. Use it or not…your choice. Who cares what you think?

  • Mark

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    I am going to start using this. I spend an hour every Sunday morning doing up eggs and pancakes to make a breakfast sandwich every morning for the week.

  • Tim T

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    I have 25 chickens and would never eat a store bought egg again! But this dish is awesome! I have been doing it for a year or so. I like to add ham or bacon and some veggies and a dash of hot sauce. Cook them every Sunday and have breakfast for the whole work week! Saves lots of time and its always ready!

  • Anonymous

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    LOL… I can NOT believe how many comments on a pn egg dish. Wow.

    • Krista

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      I know…Well, I’m gonna try the recipe while all these people waste their time arguing with strangers. It’s similar to the South Beach quiche cups. Only this is a lot easier.

  • Anony

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    This is great if you have a teen boy that gets hungry every 15 minutes. Will try!

  • Brooke

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    I wake up early just to make sure I freshly cook this exact meal every morning – now I don’t have to! Awesome recipe. Thank you for sharing and am SO sorry that “anonymous” humans feel the need to be petty and mean. There are tons of different ways to do things, this is just one. Lighten up people, maybe chill out with a cup of tea and these egg dishes LOL

  • Leigh

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    I only eat English muffins made from locally sourced, free-range, organic gluten. You people can eat whatever you like.

  • tony

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    Great recipe but I over heated my egg in the microwave, set it out on the counter, put some pepper on it and 30 seconds later it exploded!! No joke! Egg went flying everywhere! I’m glad I was on the other side of the room!

  • RW

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    Sheesh people, if you don’t like it move on, why do people always have to leave rude comments?

  • Jody

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    Stumbled across this a couple of weeks ago and I love it. Very simple and lots of ways to be creative. I do these in my toaster oven and they come out fine.

  • daze

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    I’m just here for the comments LOL

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  • Anonymous

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    What is this McDonalds you speak of and how do they cook their eggs? Will I get Mcgurggles from McDonalds?

  • Anonymous

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    lol McDonalds is not local business. Oh my word. When you get done supporting your community at WalMart, stop by McThrow-Up for some down home cooking. BTW, why are all our jobs disappearing to China? McDonalds is just ecstasy for your face

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    great info. If you don’t like it don’t try it!

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    most of you comments prove what is wrong with America today? A large number of idiots. Its just eggs folks. Move on!

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  • Anonymous

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    Small pyrex glass dish, scramble 1 egg. microwave 45 seconds. Add a slice of chesse, microwave 30 more seconds. Toast your muffin and make sandwich.

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  • Joana

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    Hi!
    Certain things to consider. Would you consider eating a 5 or 6 day old fried egg normally? Wouldn’t it be more toxic than healthy??!!

  • Benji D.

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    This is a good idea. Use your best judgment, if it’s not for you then it’s not for you. These comments are all over the place.

  • Anonymous

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    You can microwave the egg in a small mason jar. Even scramble it with seasoning and then microwave.

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  • Mystery E. Man

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    Eggs are not to be reheated. Why do you think eggs are no longer served on planes? Because they kept getting reheated and making people sick!

    I you must reheat eggs, it should be done at a very low temperature for as short a time as possible, meaning it’s still going to be cold.

    So if you want to get sick, go ahead and make this recipe for the entire week, ahead of time. otherwise, make the eggs when you need them.

  • Tish

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    LMAO… All the comments, OMG do u people, the ones with the negative stupid comments, have anything better to do with ur time?? Sad and pathetic really!! Lol, my kids are grown (18 and 23, omg almost 24) but I tell u what, this would have been quite helpful when they were little! I think it’s a great idea…here’s a tip for all u debaters, u can actually heat this up however u choose…i feel certain u don’t need to argue a point of heating a precooked egg!!!!
    Anyhow, thank u for the idea, I will pass it along!

  • Laura Weil

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    This is crazy I just make a hard boiled eggs for breakfast, the night before grab on with toast and throw the yoke away.

  • pamela shultz

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    Why would you use a microwave and ruin the food, just heat in a small frying pan?

  • Anonymous

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    I just discovered this article on Pinterest. The comments are almost always informative/interesting. I have been cooking eggs in the microwave for years in individual tupperware containers. The secret is: moisture. Microwave ovens work on how much water/moisture the food contains. If you need to cook anything with 1/2 to 1 cup of water like soup, put a wooden chopstick in the water, and it will NOT boil over.

    Because unbroken yolks explode, you always have to beat them well. Add 1-2 tablespoons of water and cook 1 minute for each egg used, covered well with NON-colored paper towel… no plastic! (Be sure to spray container with good quality cooking spray.) They will be slightly runny, but once mixed, you have perfect eggs. For a complete dish, I add any and all vegetables desired: chopped onion, tomato, pepper, peas, corn, broccoli, etc., and then top with shredded cheese. Rarely use meats, as they taste better cooked separately. Healthy as you want!

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