Sometimes the answer to all of your breakfast and snack dilemmas are solved with one easy recipe that involves a dozen eggs, three steps, and a couple of suggestions on how to cook eggs in the oven.
This is one of those times.
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Y’all know I’m all about keeping things simple – especially right now.
I’m looking at feeding family of five
One husband who eats like it’s his job and three kids who eat, well, like it’s going out of style. And then there’s me – who’s keeping it keto while trying to keep it sane.
But you don’t have to be feeding a family, or follow a keto diet to appreciate how to cook eggs in the oven. That’s the beauty of this I hate to call it a recipe but what else am I going to call it thing:)
This one works for everybody. And every diet.
Eggs are a universally healthy, high protein, filling, food, and this recipe is not just low carb and keto – it’s also Paleo and Whole30 approved and has zero Weight Watchers points.
And you know what else? Even if you have folks in your house that don’t follow any eating plan, they will love these oven eggs!
What You Need To Cook Eggs In The Oven
How To Cook Eggs In The Oven
Preheat oven to 350
Grease a regular size muffin tin with spray or butter
Crack your eggs directly into the tin (I used one egg per cup)
Season with salt and pepper if you want to
Bake for 15 minutes – or 13 if you prefer a runny yolk
How Do Baked Eggs Taste?
Amazing. Specifically, like a hard-boiled egg – only better because you didn’t have to stand over a pot of boiling water OR peel eggs.
And if you try one of the variations listed below – they taste like a mini omelet.
A Meal Prep Match Made In Heaven (Freezer-Friendly)
In case you’re wondering, yes – you can freeze these! Just be sure you use a freezer bag. Reheat them in the microwave wrapped in a napkin or paper towel for about a minute, and you’re good to go with a breakfast or high protein snack that will keep you full for hours.
This one is leftover friendly – if you have chopped ham or turkey, or extra bacon or sausage – add it in. You can also add your choice of cheese or some diced onion, bell pepper, tomato, or even zucchini if you have it.
I made the ones featured below with bacon and cheddar.Print
Find out how to cook eggs in the oven and make keto muffin tin eggs – an easy, near zero-carb breakfast that’s freezer and family friendly. Perfect for meal prep and keto, low carb, Paleo, Whole30, and Weight Watchers diets. (Zero WW Freestyle Points.)
Cooking Spray or Butter
Salt & Pepper (To Taste)
- Preheat oven to 350
- Grease a regular size muffin tin with spray or butter
- Crack your eggs directly into the tin (I used one egg per cup)
- Season with salt and pepper if you want to
- Bake for 15 minutes – or 13 if you prefer a runny yolk
Additions & Variations
Add chopped ham
Add chopped turkey
Add chopped onions
Add diced tomatoes
Add bell peppers
- Category: breakfast
- Method: oven
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