- 1 cup ham (finely diced, use ham with less than 10% fat for South Beach Diet)
- 2/3 cup low-fat cheese (finely grated, I use Costco Four Cheese Mexican Blend)
- 1/2 green bell pepper (finely diced)
- 2 green onions sliced (thinly, optional, but recommended)
- 12 eggs (beaten well)
- 1 teaspoon Spike Seasoning (or use any seasoning blend that is good with eggs)
Maribel 4 months ago
Great taste! Love the taste
Bradley Cayo 5 months ago
Not sure if I simply used too much ham, but 15 eggs made...yup, 15 egg muffins. For the record, silicone muffin tins wont require any greasing and you still get easy removal.
Chloe' Fulcher 7 months ago
I used 2 less eggs and mixed in about 1/4 cup of milk instead I also used 3 pieces of bread ripped up on the bottom of the cups to make them more filling very delicious and great grab and go breakfast.
Paula Deglas a year ago
Very delicious. 20' baking is pefect. will prepare it again.
C B. a year ago
Just made these today. Didn’t have spike seasoning so made my own simple version found on the web. these are really delicious and will be great to,take to work,for breakfast on the go
Christine Conn a year ago
Maybe I overcooked the muffins. Kept them in for 30 minutes. Hard and on the dry side. They were ok. Maybe they will taste better when I heat them up
Cj Moore 2 years ago
Love these muffins! They are always gone before the end of the day.
Dena L. 3 years ago
Loved it. Prepare it on a Sunday,put in the frig for the week.My husband takes some to work and i keep some for myself..They are delicious.
Rebecca J. 4 years ago
I was really pleased with this low-carb breakfast option. I used broccoli that I steamed first for a little bit instead of green peppers because my body doesn't tolerate green peppers well anymore...but as the author pointed out, once you get the gist of it, you can pretty much substitute what you like for the veges! Best of all, my meat and potatoes hubby really loved them.