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Easy Eggs for the Week

Easy Eggs for the Week
Messiness: Medium
Age Range: 3y - 9y
Estimated Time: <30 mins

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Melissa Allen
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I love to involve my children in the kitchen. Making healthy food choices and learning about food will benefit them in so many ways. It is also a great chance for us to spend time together and get a meal prepared. This egg dish is such a great one to do on a Sunday and have an easy healthy breakfast ready to go all week.

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How We Did It

Easy Eggs for the Week

My five-year-old greased the muffin pan with olive oil while I preheated the over to 350 degrees.

Easy Eggs for the Week
Next, we added an egg to each individual muffin cup. Emma loves to crack eggs and has been practicing this new skill. This is the perfect way for her to get practice. It's much easier to fish out shells in muffin cups than a large bowl of eggs!
Easy Eggs for the Week

She sprinkled each egg with salt and we used olive slices and tomatoes to make silly faces. You can use any veggie you have if you want to make this breakfast more fun!

Easy Eggs for the Week
They were looking silly and ready to pop in the oven for about 20 minutes until the eggs were firm. This recipe is great with some shredded cheese on top too.
Easy Eggs for the Week
Once they were done cooking the kids couldn't wait to give them a try. They ate a couple each and the rest we refrigerated to have for the rest of the week. This is such a lifesaver on those hectic school mornings.


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We made this for dinner tonight. It was quick, easy, and tasty! We scrambled the eggs, added a little milk, salt, pepper, and cheese. Then we poured the mixture into the muffin pan. Thank you for the great idea!

posted by: Courtney on 11.3.2013

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My child and I completed Easy Eggs for the Week. Too bad all the kids didn't like the yolk. But loved making them.

posted by: Rhiannon on 11.27.2012

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