The Easiest & Healthy 15-minute Mini Egg Muffins with 8g of Carbs – Total!

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Getting your morning off to a good start is something that will set your whole day up for success, productivity, and 24 hours filled with health-related activities and foods, right? Well, in this case, making a batch of these egg mini muffins has been such a pleasant process every time I am craving something filling, fun, and healthy at the same time. What’s the best part of this recipe? You can make it anything you want from egg muffins wrapped in turkey bacon and tomatoes to simple egg muffins with basic seasonings and a little bit of spinach. You can stuff a tremendous amount of vegetables in these little bad boys and they taste so delicious! You can even make these in advance and keep them stored in a plastic container to grab them on the go when you’re running to class, your car to commute to work, or just running around your neighborhood being happy about the great, simple, and cheap recipe you’ve just learned. Give these egg mini muffins a try and don’t forget to get a nice little cup of espresso or a green tea going with it to make your mornings bright, happy, and productive with good and healthy food. 


  • Calories: 311
  • Carbs: 8 g
  • Protein: 31 g
  • Fats: 18 g


3 whole eggs
1 egg white
1 cup spinach
28g (1/4 cup) of mozzarella cheese
100g (1/2 cup) of finely chopped broccoli
Seasonings - I used salt, pepper, paprika, Italian seasoning


Step 1 – pre-heat your oven to 375 F / 190 C Step 2 – in a bowl or a plastic container, mix in 3 whole eggs, 1 egg white, 1 cup of finely chopped spinach, and 100g of chopped broccoli, season with desired flavors, sprinkle mozzarella cheese on top of the mixture in each muffin hole Step 3 – spray a muffin pan with a non-stick cooking spray and fill the compartments with mixture halfway full (the muffins will rise while baking) Step 4 – bake for 15-17 minutes or until the desired consistency has been reached Step 5 – enjoy with a cup of dark-roast espresso or a cup of green tea