Easy Egg Breakfast Muffins

I love my sisters.
Really I couldn’t make it through the day sometimes without them. Our mornings at Starbucks, gym workouts and daily, sometimes hourly phone calls power me through ever so long days. What I love about our relationships is our honesty and knowing each other’s gifts and talents.
My sister, Tami, every time we all get together for a meal, tells us to assign her something that she can buy at the store. Although Tami is an excellent baker! And she can really whip out anything, she just doesn’t have the time. As a working professional and mom to the cutest little girl you will ever meet….seriously! She values and prioritizes her time well. Besides making sugar and monster cookies, Tam loves to make things for her daughter, Kennedy. Snacks, lunches and etc.
The other morning she texted my sister, Nicole and I a picture of K’s breakfast. It was something a co-worker had told her about. It was a piece of bacon wrapped around an egg muffin with some cheese. So cute, so simple. She used the bacon kind of like a muffin wrapper, genius! I love it and knew I wanted to make it.
While having some puff pastry crust already thawing, I put my own little twist on Tam’s muffin.
So here you are from my sister’s and mine kitchen, to yours – an easy, delicious, kid friendly breakfast muffin.


Easy Egg Breakfast Muffins

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Cook Time: 20 minutes

Total Time: 30 minutes

Yield: 18 muffins

Easy Egg Breakfast Muffins

A new “McMuffin” is in town, an easy, delicious breakfast muffin made with bacon, eggs, and cheese.


  • 18 eggs, whisked
  • 1 lb. bacon, cooked and chopped into chunks
  • 2 puff pastry sheets, I used Pepperidge Farms
  • 1-2 cups shredded cheddar cheese
  • Salt and Pepper to taste
  • **Adjust the recipe to make the number of muffins you want. 1 Puff Pastry makes 9 muffins.*


Prepare muffin cup baking sheets by spraying with cooking oil and set aside.

Get out the puff pastry and follow the directions to thaw. Once thawed, place puff pastry on lightly floured counter. Roll with a rolling pin. Using biscuit cutter or round cookie cutter cut out 36 circles, you will need to use both sheets, do one at a time. Place 2 circles in each muffin cup look at the diagram for Step 1. Press them into the pan. Fill 18 muffin cups.

In a small bowl, scramble one egg, pour into a muffin cup, season with salt and pepper. Sprinkle 1 tablespoon of cheese and crumbled bacon. Repeat the process until all 18 muffin cups are full.

Place in preheated oven and back 22-25 minutes. Remove from oven and serve.

Play around with your ingredients. Add veggies, ham, sausage, different types of cheese, think of the “toppings” your kids would like and use those.


Kids review: HUGE hit! I couldn’t believe how many of them asked for seconds! Score, even the picky eaters devoured them. A weekly repeat for sure!


  1. Uncle Mark says

    Hey big daddy will give these a try with AWESOME organic eggs from brother Joe! Hmm maybe a little sausage gravy would add some much needed fat::)

  2. says

    Those look super yummy!
    Have to admit I’m a little jealous over the relationship you if you have with your sister.
    My sister lives three hours away so our time together is few and far between.

    • Sandra says

      Scott, just the puff pastry and egg is around 180, so add in your toppings and that will give you an idea. I am thinking about 250 a muffin. Hope this helps. San

  3. says

    I love my sisters too! They are truly my best friends. Those breakfast muffins look really good too and I like that they’re simple to make!

  4. says

    I have a very strong relationship with my sisters. They are 7 and 9 years younger than me, and it wasn’t always that way, but as we have gotten older, we have grown closer. These muffins look delicious!

    • Sandra says

      Thanks Mindy! I have a sister that is 11 years younger than me and we aren’t as close as my sisters that are close to my age. But I am hoping once she has a family that will change. xo San

  5. Amy Desrosiers says

    Thank you so much! I have managed to make me oh so hungry! I wish my whole family could enjoy these muffins!!!! Yum x a million.


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