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Bacon and Egg Muffin Cups

Mornings can be quite hectic. Getting breakfast made, packing lunches and making sure homework is not forgotten are just a few of the many things that keep us on our toes in those early hours of the day. I am sure there are other families who can relate.  It can be difficult to make a healthy breakfast when in such a hurry.  This recipe for bacon and egg muffin cups is super easy, is a hit with the kids, and doesn’t require much attention to make, allowing you to concentrate on getting the kids ready for the day…all the while ensuring they will have a complete, healthy breakfast.



Bacon and Egg Muffin Cups
Yield: 3 servings of 2 each

Bacon and Egg Muffin Cups

Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 25 minutes
Total Time: 30 minutes

Bacon and Egg Muffin cups are a fun version of traditional bacon and eggs and the results are super easy to take anywhere.


  • 6 thin slices of bacon (cut in half, making 12 strips)
  • 6 eggs
  • salt and pepper to taste


  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.
  2. Cut your bacon in half so they are in strips approx 4 inches long.
  3. Take out your medium-sized muffin tins (we use cast iron muffin tins) and place the bacon in the cups.  I find it works best to have the bacon strips placed in the cups in a “x” style with 2 strips per cup.
  4. Crack the egg and place the egg in the bacon-lined muffin cups.
  5. Salt and pepper to taste.
  6. Put in the oven at 350 and bake ‘til desired doneness.
  7. For cooked-hard eggs, we will have them in for approx 25 min.  (We find that cooking them hard makes it easier to eat them on the go for those busy mornings.)


This is a great healthy take on traditional bacon and eggs and the results are super easy to take anywhere.  The bacon cooks to the form of the muffin tin and holds the egg nicely in place.  Hubby has been known to take these on the road with him when he is on the go, and even the girls have been know the grab these and chow them down as they are trying to find last night’s homework or looking for their mittens before catching the bus.


A true hit in our home and fun for kids.  Make this a hit in your home too!

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June M

Friday 1st of January 2016

Great way to change up bacon and eggs. So appealing and fun to eat

Nena Sinclair

Friday 13th of November 2015

This is my idea of a perfect breakfast!!


Saturday 7th of November 2015



Friday 6th of November 2015

These look so yummy!! I must try :)

Laurie P

Friday 6th of November 2015

I really need to try guys would love them!!!

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