This is a very simple way to start prepping your breakfast in advance. These egg muffins are also great for on the go snacks! Eat as many as you need to fit your macro goals. Add whatever you’d like, they are SO versatile. If you aren’t running out the door in the morning, feel free to make some healthy toast or some type of side to go with your egg muffins :)A note about yolks if you are concerned…
The liver produces large amounts of cholesterol naturally. When we eat a lot of eggs (high in cholesterol), the liver produces less instead.
The more important issue is what type of eats you use. YOU SHOULD NEVER EAT “SUPERMARKET” CAGED EGGS as they have come from chickens that are ‘grain fed’ which increases the omega 6 to 3 ratio to (25 to 1). Not to mention they have been injected with hormones and antibiotics.

Only use certified organic free range eggs. These chickens are fed a plant based diet of grass, fruits and vegetables. They have a he12 eggs (or you can double the recipe with 24 eggs, make 2 trays and 24 muffins)
1 tbls coconut oil to grease tray

Other possible additions………
Anything you would normally put in your eggs!


YES these macros include the 1 tablespoon of coconut oil used to grease the tray


For 1 plain muffin
Calories: 75
Fats: 6
Carbs: 0.5
Protein: 6

For 1 muffin with .5 oz of feta
Cals: 105
Fat: 9
Carbs: 1
Protein: 8

For 1 muffin with spinach:
Cals: 80
Fat: 9
Carbs: 0.6
Protein: 6.1althy Omega 6 to 3 ratio of (2 to 1).