Egg Muffins

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Standard batch serves 4

Yields1 Serving
 4 Eggs
 Milk
 Olive Oil
 ½ cup pre-grated cheese
 Sausage
 Black pudding
1

Method
Cook your sausages and black pudding, leave to cool and cut into chunks.

Oil a muffin tin (so the egg muffins will come out).

Crack your eggs into a bowl, add the milk and salt and pepper and whisk up.

Add your cooked chunks of sausage and black pudding to the bowl.

Next pour the contents of the bowl gently into each muffin hole, making sure that each muffin gets a piece of everything. Do not overfill because these will rise.

Cook at 180ºc for 20 minutes (check after 10)

2

Ready for the freezer
When they are cooked, run a knife around the edge of each muffin and they should just pop out.

Leave to cool. Once fully cooled add to a labelled freezer bag and freeze.

3

Ready to Eat
These can be cooked from frozen, they take 1 minute to reheat from frozen in microwave.

Make sure that reheated food is thoroughly cooked all the way through. If you’re cooking or reheating meat, cut it open with a clean knife to check it is piping hot all the way through – it should be steaming. www.foodsafe.eu

Ingredients

 4 Eggs
 Milk
 Olive Oil
 ½ cup pre-grated cheese
 Sausage
 Black pudding

Directions

1

Method
Cook your sausages and black pudding, leave to cool and cut into chunks.

Oil a muffin tin (so the egg muffins will come out).

Crack your eggs into a bowl, add the milk and salt and pepper and whisk up.

Add your cooked chunks of sausage and black pudding to the bowl.

Next pour the contents of the bowl gently into each muffin hole, making sure that each muffin gets a piece of everything. Do not overfill because these will rise.

Cook at 180ºc for 20 minutes (check after 10)

2

Ready for the freezer
When they are cooked, run a knife around the edge of each muffin and they should just pop out.

Leave to cool. Once fully cooled add to a labelled freezer bag and freeze.

3

Ready to Eat
These can be cooked from frozen, they take 1 minute to reheat from frozen in microwave.

Egg Muffins

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