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  • 12 / August / 2020
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Versatile food part 1

What's you go-to versatile food? Can you have it as a snack or a meal on its own? Here's our pick.

Being indoors have allowed us an opportunity to cook more and to try out different ways to stretch the groceries (which have become sooo expensive lately).  I love versatile food that I can have as a meal, as a snack or as a side. One of the items I have started making to eat, store in the fridge or freeze is the "breakfast muffins". these muffins are easy to make, yummy and are a healthy option to always have in your fridge.

Below are the options that you can use for the muffins depending on what you prefer.

OPTION 1

OPTION 2

OPTION 3

OPTION 4

OPTION 5

6 eggs

6 eggs

6 eggs

6 eggs

6 eggs

Onion / red onion

Onion / red onion

Onion / red onion

Onion / red onion

Onion / red onion

Salt and pepper to taste

Salt and pepper to taste

Salt and pepper to taste

Salt and pepper to taste

Salt and pepper to taste

¼ cup mushrooms

¼ cup Bacon bits/ bacon strips

¼ cup broccoli

 

½ cup broccoli

¼ cup Red /yellow/green pepper

¼ cup Red /yellow/green pepper

¼ cup Red /yellow/green pepper

¼ cup Red /yellow/green pepper

¼ cup Red /yellow/green pepper

¼ cup milk

3 tbsp milk

¼  cup milk

¼ tsp oregano

¼  cup milk

¼ cup spinach

¼ tsp paprika

¼ cup Bacon bits/ bacon strips

¼ cup spinach

 

6-8 cherry tomatoes halved

 

6-8 cherry tomatoes halved

6-8 cherry tomatoes halved

¼ tsp thyme

¼ cup mozzarella cheese / cheese of your choice

½ cup mozzarella cheese / cheese of your choice

¼ cup cheddar cheese

¼ tsp basil

½ cup mozzarella cheese / cheese of your choice

1/3 tsp minced garlic

1/3 tsp minced garlic

 

1/3tsp minced garlic

1/3tsp minced garlic

 

Directions:

  1.  Preheat oven to 180 degrees Celsius. 
  2. Spray cooking oil on the 12-cup muffin pan. Or use paper cup liners or use silicon muffin moulds or use foil cup liners
  3. In a large bowl; whisk eggs, onions. Season with salt and pepper.
  4. In a separate bowl; mix the other ingredients then add the mixture onto the muffin pan. Alternatively fry the ingredients for 2 min first, then add to the muffin pan.
  5. Pour the egg mixture onto the muffin pan filling ¾ of the way
  6. Bake for 15 – 20 minutes for options without bacon. For options with bacon bake for 20 – 35 minutes.
  7. Serve as they are or with your choice of topping (avocado / feta cheese)
  8. If you want to freeze them – allow them to cool first them put them on a Ziplock bag and pop them in the freezer for a month or less

Enjoy and do give us feedback on how they came out.

Mandisa & the BSA Team