Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Sausage & Veggie Scrambled Egg Muffins

Hi everyone! If you have been reading the blog for a while, then you will recognize this recipe (if not, then here is a new one for you). Since I shot pictures of these before I bought my Canon camera, I wanted to re-shoot these "muffins" that we make often. They are one of Jeff's favorite breakfast recipes!


Ingredients:
  • 9-12 eggs
  • 1/2 pound breakfast sausage (organic and gluten-free)
  • 1/2 cup chopped onion
  • 1/4 cup chopped pepper
  • 1/2 cup shredded cheese (I used a Mexican blend)
  • salt and pepper to taste
-In a skillet, cook the sausage fully.

-While this is cooking, beat the eggs in a medium sized bowl.

- Once the eggs are beat, add in the peppers and onion.

-After the sausage is cooked, cut it into small pieces and add along with the cheese to the egg mixture.

-Finally, spray a muffin pan with cooking spray and fill 1/3 with the egg mixture. Bake at 350 degrees for 20-25 minutes or until the egg is fully cooked. Easy, good, and most of all...super cute! These are perfect if you are hosting a brunch or need to take something to a party.


My sister eats gluten-free and makes these often when she needs to bring something to a breakfast or brunch. You can add any of your favorite veggies to them, we just chose peppers.



I was hoping to cross off "don't buy anything materialistic for 2 months" from the Bucket List today. Since Ollie has cost us more than we anticipated, I haven't even been able to think about buying new spring clothes or fun jewelry (sad). Just as I was about to write and tell all of you that I haven't bought anything new in 2 months, I realized I would be lying! Last weekend I bought a bathing suit at Old Navy that I love. Want to see? Yes it is a one-piece. I don't think I have worn a one-piece (except for working out) since I was a little girl. But this suit was too cute to pass up!


It looks a little different than this picture shows (more of a light gray color). I can remember in high school it was so "nerdy" to wear anything but a skanky two-piece bathing suit. Well, guess what? I'm bringing one-pieces back into style! Won't you join me?

I am looking out the window and what do I see? Snow. Last Friday's 70 degree weather was such a tease! I guess it is a perfect night for soup :) Which is exactly what I am making! Our friends Lauren & Fritz will be over for soup and some fresh bread from Panera later. Hope it is warmer where you are than it is here!

12 comments:

Andrea said... Best Blogger Tips

Two Pieces are over-rated:) Although I switch back and forth, I like my one piece or my skirted tankini...you can do so much more without all your girly parts shakin around! lol!

btw, love your site!

brandi said... Best Blogger Tips

those look so good! i love having easy stuff like that for breakfasts during the week. In fact, I think I need to make some this weekend!

I LOVE that bathing suit! I bought an awesome retro-feeling one piece last year and love it so much.

Missy said... Best Blogger Tips

hey caitlin,
i have a challenge for you. i am having a hard time finding things that i can cook that are vegan or vegetarian that my kids can eat. a lot of it is spicy or ethnic. they are big on veggies...but can you think of anything that i can make them that is not pb & j and mac & cheese? i find that i am cooking for matt and i and then making them something else....which i hate doing. i didn't start doing it until we started following a higher vegetarian diet. do you have any suggestions....or yummy recipes?
thanks, missy

Cait @ A Bicycle Built for Two said... Best Blogger Tips

Hey Missy,
Love this challenge! This weekend I will work on thinking of some kid-friendly vegetarian dishes. Until then though, this is one of my favorite blogs. She is a mother of two and her entire family eats vegan...so a lot of her recipes are kid-friendly! http://peasandthankyou.com/ I'll message you on facebook this weekend with more ideas :)

Claire said... Best Blogger Tips

CUTE suit :) Love the confidence you have with your one piece! Sorry it's cold...spring should be there for you shortly!

kelly said... Best Blogger Tips

That bathing suit is adorable and I can't wait to try these yummy looking muffins. :)

Katrina said... Best Blogger Tips

Have you submitted to Make and Takes before? They are spotlighting "breakfast" this Saturday. This would look lovely there! http://www.makeandtakes.com/spotlight ♥- Katrina

Cait @ A Bicycle Built for Two said... Best Blogger Tips

Thanks Katrina! I will def submit them tonight :)

Katrina said... Best Blogger Tips

We're right beside eachother ♥ These look so good! I want to make them ASAP!

Kathy said... Best Blogger Tips

Those look so good~ I'm not a fan of sausage, so if I make them, I'll probably omit the sausage and add lots of veggies (without overdoing it like I always do!)
The weather where I am is bright and sunny for the past three days in the afternoon. Hope your weather gets better too!

laurenzietsman said... Best Blogger Tips

just made these for breakfast this morning--yum! just as good as last time, minus the company

Ryan and Abbe said... Best Blogger Tips

I came across your blog by accident and I absolutely love it! I love all your ideas and I am a vegetarian so most all your recipes give me new twists and new ideas :) Plus, love the bathing suit! I also got this classy 50's style one piece from Victoria's Secret last summer and LOVE IT way more than any two piece I have! High Five sister ;)

 
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