Protein Packed Egg Muffins
I have been trying to eat more protein and fiber lately (…I’m still doing biggest loser at my gym.. I’ve lost 5 pounds and 8 inches so I am happy!).  I am getting sick of protein shakes and bars for breakfast when I am in a hurry, so I came up with these easy to reheat muffins this weekend. 
Spray your muffins tins with cooking spray.  In the bottom, put some frozen hash browns; I used Ore Ida Potatoes O’Brien. Cook in a 350 oven for 12 minutes. Meanwhile, chop up some precooked turkey breakfast sausage. Put the sausage on top of the potatoes, I got about 3 or 4 slices in each cup.  Fill the cups with beaten eggs (I used Egg Beaters) and sprinkle with black pepper.  Cook for another 12-15 minutes, or until the eggs start to puff up.  When they cool, use your spoon to loosen them and remove.  
I reheat two for about a minute as I am getting ready to go.  I like to eat them just as is, but my husband likes a little hot sauce on top.  Some cheese would be yummy too! 

Protein Packed Egg Muffins

I have been trying to eat more protein and fiber lately (…I’m still doing biggest loser at my gym.. I’ve lost 5 pounds and 8 inches so I am happy!).  I am getting sick of protein shakes and bars for breakfast when I am in a hurry, so I came up with these easy to reheat muffins this weekend. 

Spray your muffins tins with cooking spray.  In the bottom, put some frozen hash browns; I used Ore Ida Potatoes O’Brien. Cook in a 350 oven for 12 minutes. Meanwhile, chop up some precooked turkey breakfast sausage. Put the sausage on top of the potatoes, I got about 3 or 4 slices in each cup.  Fill the cups with beaten eggs (I used Egg Beaters) and sprinkle with black pepper.  Cook for another 12-15 minutes, or until the eggs start to puff up.  When they cool, use your spoon to loosen them and remove.  

I reheat two for about a minute as I am getting ready to go.  I like to eat them just as is, but my husband likes a little hot sauce on top.  Some cheese would be yummy too!