Ellen loves scrambled eggs for breakfast. (I have tried feeding her every other breakfast food: dry cereal, waffles, French toast, French toast sticks, bananas, oatmeal, pancakes...not a fan of any of those.) And while school mornings here can be a bit hectic, I usually don't want to be dealing with egg shells, salmonella, and watching eggs scramble during the morning hours. It's also easiest if Ellen is in her high chair (and not underfoot) in the morning.
So I thought it would be easier if I made a bunch of mini-quiche style eggs for her at the beginning of the week and could just pop them in the microwave for her on busy mornings.
I scrambled 6 eggs and added a splash of milk, mixing everything together. I sprayed my muffin tin poured the eggs into 6 muffin spots and baked them at 350 for about 20 minutes. Easy. Now I just pop one "muffin" in the microwave for 10 seconds and breakfast is served.
Makes for happier and easier mornings for everyone!
PS - Happy Birthday to our favorite Aunt Jane! :)