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Homemade McMuffins

These homemade McMuffins are the perfect breakfast meal prep that the whole family will love! I mean, who doesn't love a healthier fast-food dupe you can make at home?! Truly I was nervous this recipe might turn out bland, I just started trying to eat mostly dairy free, so I did not add any cheese. However, I was very pleasantly surprised by how much flavor this simple breakfast sandwich holds! It was perfect for meal prep and they heat up wonderfully in the microwave in 1 minute! Feel free to get fancy and add vegetables, sauces or cheese!


  • English Muffins

  • Canadian Bacon or Thicker sliced Ham

  • Eggs (1 per sandwich)

  • 1 Tsp Butter (optional, I used Earth Balance!)

  • Salt, pepper and seasoning to taste


  1. Preheat oven to 350

  2. Crack eggs into a bowl, season with salt and pepper, I also added my favorite seasoning, Cavender's (find on Amazon or at most local grocery stores!)

  3. Pour eggs into a greased whoopie pie pan, a muffin pan, or a small square baking dish (you can cut them to size after they cook!)

  4. Bake the eggs for 8 to 10 minutes, they will puff up but flatten out after they cool.

  5. While the eggs are baking cut your english muffins in half, add 2 slices ham or canadian bacon to one half and 1Tsp butter to the other half.

  6. Once the eggs are done, allow them to cool so they are easier to remove from the pan. Place on egg onto each sandwich then close it up. Wrap in foil and store in a ziplock bag in the fridge or freezer for the week!

*I made 4 sandwiches, kept them in the fridge and heated them in the microwave for 1 minute wrapped in a paper towel. Do not reheat these in the foil unless you use the oven.*

Mine came to 334 calories per sandwich, 12g protein!

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Great recipe! Good dish to take with you to school or university.

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Karen Haug Smith
Karen Haug Smith
Mar 18, 2021

Is this still Ww? How many points

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