The McMum

“The make-ahead-made-by-mom-egg-McMuffin”

My kids nicknamed this breakfast The McMum.  It’s a really great make-ahead breakfast for busy weekday mornings.  Double or triple what you would normally make for your family and you have breakfast for the next few mornings (or if you have teenagers like I do -an after school snack!).

McMum

HOW TO: Lightly oil a muffin tin.  Then, similar to lining each hole with a paper liner when baking muffins, line each hole with a piece of ham (you can also use other lunch meets like turkey, mortadella or salami).  Crack an egg right inside each one.  Sprinkle a little salt and pepper (I also like a little dash of paprika!) on top and bake in a 350°F degree oven until cooked through and firm (about 15 minutes).

Remove the muffin tin from the oven and allow to cool on a baking rack.  Gently remove each McMum and place them in a Tupperware or a plate with plastic wrap over top and store in the refrigerator.  To re-heat simply place in the microwave for 10 to 15 seconds (but they are good cold too!).  Serve as is or on a whole wheat English muffin with cheese.

McMum

*Published in the Gazette Vaudreuil Soulange on August 28th, 2013

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Julie

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3 thoughts on “The McMum

    • I agree, not sure about the salmon. However you could just bake the eggs alone in the mufffin tin. Once cool, add a beautiful piece of smoked salmon around it with the help of a (pretty toothpick). Hmmm I may just have to noodle this more and try it! Thanks for the idea!! … and do let me know if u try it!

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