I originally saw this on Foodlets.com and thought it would be a great recipe for kids of all ages. It has always been important to me to send the kiddos off to school with as large of a breakfast as possible; breakfast is their “fuel meal”. I like to call it a “fuel meal” because this is the meal that is and always has been the one meal that they eat with gusto! I try to include as many food groups as possible – and then some!
This recipe is quite simple but I warn you, a bit messy to make. What I love about it is that there is a baby food opportunity here – see that luscious egg yolk.
For babies 8 months and older:
- Pop out the yolk and mash – add liquid if you want to thin the yolk a bit.
- Separate the whole egg and mash
- Break apart and mash, cut-up as needed for older babies who are self-feeding.
Freezes well and reheats nicely in the microwave, toaster oven or in the regular oven.
Breakfast in a Muffin Tin! A tasty way to make your breakfast meal a baby’s meal too.
- Depending on how many you will make you will need the following
- Eggs - 1 per muffin section
- Turkey - thinly sliced or ham, bacon etc.1 per muffin section
- cheese - 2 per muffin section I used square slices of sharp cheddar
- bread - 1 piece per section
- Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F
- Cut crusts off of the bread slices
- Add turkey to each muffin section and let it spill over the sides
- Place the bread in each section and press down
- Place 1 slice of cheese in each section
- Gently crack an egg in each section then top with another slice of cheese (this will be messy and the egg may run over the top)
- Fold the meat over to "close"
- Bake for 20-30 minutes until the eggs are firm.