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To freeze them, just wrap in freezer-safe packaging. All they need is a quick zap in the microwave to reheat. Directions : Lightly grease a muffin pan and set aside. Prepare oatmeal by bringing oats, water, and salt to a boil in a saucepan. Mix in sweetener, divide among muffin cups, then sprinkle toppings over each. Place the muffin pan in the freezer until the oatmeal is fully frozen, at least 3 hours. Remove and allow the oatmeal to thaw slightly.
Then pop the oatmeal out of the pan with an offset spatula or a thin butter knife. If you need to, you can dip the bottom of the pan in warm water. Wrap the oatmeal in freezer-safe packaging and freeze. Plus, they incorporate grains, seeds, and fruit for a variety of nutritious flavors. And you can either refrigerate extra bars or pop them in the freezer.
Directions : Line a 9-byinch baking pan with foil so that the foil hangs over the sides. Spray with cooking spray and set aside. Add the quinoa and oats. Toss to coat with the oil and toast lightly. Remove from the heat and let cool. Put the oat mixture in a large mixing bowl. Add cashews, sunflower seeds, fruit, chocolate chips, and Cheerios.
Stir well to combine. Pour sugar and water into a medium saucepan. Stir lightly to combine and then bring to a boil. Cook over medium-high heat without stirring until the sugar turns a light golden color, approximately 6 minutes. Reduce the heat to medium-low and continue to boil until the sugar is a dark amber color, another one to three minutes. Stir only as needed. Immediately remove from heat. Then whisk the half and half, vanilla, and peanut butter into the sugar. The mixture will bubble vigorously. The recipe author advises working quickly because the caramel will begin to thicken.
Pour the caramel over the oat mixture and stir well to combine. Then transfer the granola mixture into the prepared pan and press. Pack well into a flat layer. Be sure to press the mixture tightly or else the bars will break apart. Remove the bar from the pan by lifting the foil. Then cut into 16 bars. Wrap the bars in wax paper or parchment paper.
You can either refrigerate or freeze the bars. Stack of blueberry pancakes iStock. Directions : Sift together the flours, baking powder, baking soda, sugar, and salt. In another bowl, whisk the eggs. Add the buttermilk and whisk the mixture together.
Whisk in the vanilla extract and the oil. Add the flour mixture to the wet ingredients and whisk together. Fold in the quinoa. Heat a griddle over medium-high heat. If necessary, brush it with butter or oil. Place 6 to 8 blueberries on each pancake. Remove from the heat, and continue making pancakes until the batter is used up. Serve hot with butter and maple syrup. Alternately, they can be made a day ahead, refrigerated, and reheated. Oil or butter muffin tins. Sift together the rye and whole-wheat pastry flours, baking powder, baking soda, and salt.
In a separate bowl, beat together the eggs, oil, blackstrap molasses, and buttermilk. Using a whisk or spatula, stir in the dry ingredients. Mix until well-combined. Spoon the mixture into the cups of the muffin tin. Fill each to just below the top. Place in the oven and bake 25 minutes until lightly brown and well risen. The muffins will keep for a few months in the freezer.
Looking for more ways to get your kids to eat their vegetables? When freezing, separate each with parchment paper. Directions : Grate the zucchini and carrots using the large holes on a box grater. Thinly slice the onions, mince the garlic, and roughly chop the parsley. Fold the vegetables into the prepared pancake batter. Warm a skillet over medium-high heat, and brush it with olive oil.
Then flip. Cook an additional 2 to 3 minutes and remove from heat. If freezing, slip squares of parchment paper between them. Reheat and serve with butter, sour cream, or a savory jam or chutney. Pear muffins iStock. You can use pears or another firm fruit like apples. And you can freeze these muffins for up to three months.
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Christensen recommends reheating frozen muffins in an oven or toaster oven set to degree Fahrenheit, or even popping them into the microwave for a few minutes. Directions : Preheat oven to degrees Fahrenheit. Spray the wells of a standard muffin tin with nonstick spray, or place muffin liners in all of the wells. Mix in the vanilla extract. In a separate bowl, whisk together the flour, baking powder, spices, and salt.
Set the mixer to low speed and mix a third of the flour mixture into the butter-sugar mixture, followed by a third of the milk.
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Continue alternating between the flour and milk, mixing just until the flour is incorporated. Scrape the sides of the bowl with a spatula. Stir gently to incorporate the last of the flour. Add the diced pears and any optional ingredients all at once. Then fold them into the batter.
Divide the batter between the muffin cups. The batter should fill the cups and mound slightly on top. Sprinkle the tops with cinnamon and sugar. Place the muffin tin in the oven. Immediately turn the heat down to degrees Fahrenheit. Bake for 20 to 25 minutes. Rotate the pan once in the middle of baking. The muffins are done when the tops look cracked and toasted. A toothpick inserted in the middle of one of the muffins should come out clean.
Let the muffins cool until you can handle them. They can be kept frozen for up to three months. Reheat frozen muffins in an oven or a toaster oven set to degrees Fahrenheit. I also added garlic to the eggs. Thank you for a great recipe. That was fast. Sounds good. Thanks for the feedback. Looks yummy. I had made another version several weeks back but gave up because they kept sticking to the muffin pan, and the time savings in food prep disappeared because of the time it took to clean the pan.
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How did you manage to get them to slide out of the pan easily? Did you use coconut oil? Julie, I melted a little ghee and used a silicon brush to oil the cups. I used a knife to go around the edges after about 5 minutes of cooling. Of course the sausage is fairly fatty so maybe that helped matters. I did the same thing with a silicone baking brush, but used grape seed oil instead, staying non-dairy and almost entirely flavorless. Also, my pan is a Calphalon nonstick. Try parchment paper muffin liners. They keep your pan spotless and tea lease completely from the egg when they are out of the oven.
I make a lot of these types of dishes, though usually in a big tray then cut into slices. I love grated zucchini courgette.. Cheese of course is also a natural thing to add to these.. Bacon is the other obvious and yummy choice! Looks Wonderful. Very good! I added a little smoked paprika and rosemary to the mix in addition to your recipe. They were phenomenal! We threw in a diced yellow bell pepper, a big handful of some leeks we had leftover in lieu of some onions , and a big handful of diced mushrooms. Sauteed it all together, and it made enough for 24 muffins!
We took half of the mixture and froze it for a future batch. Just wanted to share that the big 4-pack of Costco breakfast sausages is a great way to make a lot of these guys! I sure do love Costco so thanks for letting me know. This may be a silly question, but I am still new to the paleo lifestyle and not the greatest of cooks just yet. Just curious if you make a big batch do you just put in the fridge and warm up when ready to use?
If you do warm them up…do you microwave or oven? My other question, if you freeze the mixture, do you freeze individually and then pull them out to bake them? Or freeze in a big sheet? When I make a batch I usually just refrigerate them but I hear they freeze well too. Freezing the mixture might be a bit tougher. I definitely would not freeze it IN the baking pan. You might end up having them just stick to the pan that way. I suppose you could freeze the eggs and sausage but you would just have to make sure it defrosted in the fridge before cooking. Good luck. I hope that helps a bit.
I have made upwards of 80 muffins at one time, then we portion them out and freeze them. To freeze, let them cool completely, then put them into freezer containers. To use, microwave for seconds depending on what all is in it — egg only takes about 30 seconds, the more onions, cheese, veggies, you use the longer it takes. Do these taste very egg-y? These do taste pretty eggy. Thanks for the reply! I went ahead and tried this anyway, with what I had available. I used ground beef instead of sausage and added onions and grated sweet potato just for the heck of it.
Thanks a lot for the recipe. Ground beef would probably need more salt, etc… to balance it out. Thought they were more complicated so Googled just to check and arrived here. Just found your blog looking for an egg-muffin-type recipe. Made these today with sausage, chard, and of all things pomegranate seeds. There was a tiny bit of pink stain on one muffin, but most seeds came through intact, still bursting with juice. Thanks for the ideas! Wow, Angela, what a creative recipe! I like the sweet and savory combinations too.
Thanks for your comment. Stumbled access this recipe, as my husband and I are new to paleo! Well batch one is in the oven still but they look and smell fabulous. I used coconut oil, sel gris, paprika, and yummy pork sausage. Excited to explore the options for two busy individuals! Why would you do that?
The yolks are the most nutritious part of the egg— the whites do not have much nutritional value by themselves, just a lot of sodium. Discarding the proteins, amino acids, and dozens of other nutrients found in the yolks has absolutely no benefit— for anyone.
Eat those yolks! I make them with just egg whites. But they work great with just the whites. My problem beside not being able to eat yolks… is that mine always stick. Yeah, Kimberly, sticking is definitely a problem. I think the reason this particular recipe does not tend to stick is mainly because there is so much sausage. I tried making it once with half the sausage and almost ended up throwing away a muffin tin too.
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Good to know the muffin liners work pretty well. Liners work ok. I forgot to mention taking off the liners as soon as they are cool enough. I make them with frozen spinach, thawed and squeezed dry, green onions scallions and chopped red bell pepper. Been making them for about 8 years now, since I found the recipe on South Beach Diet site.
Sounds delicious. Just about to make some of these as part of my 5th day of Paleo :. Checkout my blog for my quest to lose a ton of weight! They do taste brilliant though. I have frozen egg muffins many times. They reheat nicely if thawed first. Note: freezing them does change the egg texture a bit. They are a bit less fluffy after being frozen. But they still taste great. And they are quite yummy with feta as another person suggested.
Thanks for a great discussion and so many fantastic ideas! If you use cheese, when do you add it? In the eggs when scrambled? Or on top before baking? Less veg, more egg next time. I made mine using a silicone cupcake mould, these negating the need for oil of any kind — they just pop out easy peasy.
To reheat, pop them in oven or the microwave, however the microwave is likely to make them soggy… so experiment! I made the egg muffins last night and they were a big hit. It was nice to have something quick to take to work this morning. Just beat them with a wisk as if you were going to scramble them?
I just made these, added some finly chopped, veggies brocolli, spinach, onions and zuchinni. Made my own sausage too! I am not a big egg fan but love these… two muffins and I am full and ready to take on the day! Yours look great and much simpler than the recipe I had. I find these little muffins are great to take camping. Hubby and I get up early with a cup of coffee and read for a while. A bit later I pop 4 into a steamer basket over a pot of boiling water and let them heat for about 5 minutes.
Along with some fruit and nuts they make a delicious, hearty, and satisfying meal without much bother or dishes to clean. Thanks for stopping by. My wife and I are coming up on our first month of Paleo this Sunday! Woo hoo! She lost 10lbs in the first 3 weeks and I have always been between my adult life. At 47, I am at and my energy level is through the roof! My wife is losing the tummy from having babies that she has been trying to get rid of for years! Since my wife and kids are out of town, I am up for breakfast for our Sunday morning Bible Study group of about 40 people.
I googled Paleo breakfast ideas and landed here. I love all the details you give in your blog and the pictures to boot. I will try these for tomorrow and maybe throw in a little avocado because I love avocado :. Looking forward to looking around on here for many more ideas. I have made three batches of these. The first batch was odd looking because there was so much sausage I thought it must be in have to make 24 muffins. I then realized that was not the case so I ended up cramming more sausage into sausage and egg filled tins.
I took them out of the pan as soon as I pulled them from the oven. They looked strange but tasted good. My second batch, I left them to cool for five minutes as advised and they were crispy around the edges. How do I fix it?? If they seem too crispy around the edges you might want to lower the oven temp or take them out of the oven a little sooner. Slap me and call me happy. Love it. I can make these with only three 3 ingredients. When I complained to my co-workers that breakfast was going to be difficult, they told me of cooking eggs in the microwave.
Crack the eggs into a coffee cup, whisk them and add whatever you want to include, and microwave them for about a minute. My microwave does them best if I first do 45 seconds, then stir, and do another 45 seconds. They turn out fine, not rubbery at all. However, they do not re-heat well.
I used sausage and added some cayenne pepper and nutmeg in addition to the salt and pepper. I cut up some basil for the top and baked. Using a mini-loaf pan instead of a muffin tin makes it easy to use half-strips of bacon and foods like asparagus in these since they can lay flat. I am brand new to the Paleo diet and to your site, which is great by the way. Is that true? If so have you tried these egg muffins with ham? Looking forward to more from this site and for the results.
But for the most part I think it is fine unless you have reason to believe your son would not tolerate ham. One time I made them with half the sausage and they did stick. Good luck! I tried your Basic Paleo Egg Muffins. They are delicious and so convenient. I love the idea and have made several different flavor variations, all of them great. Did you know they make great road trip food?
I look forward to trying more of your recipes. Thank you so much for this one! Mine stuck…badly. And hubby nearly through out the pan, although he loved them, especially the portability. I read that foil muffin cups were a good idea, so just picked some up and am going to give it a whirl.