Egg Mitch-Muffins

Egg Mitch-Muffins

By March 23, 2014

Egg Mitch-Muffins - a dish with a funny name and serious flavor.

So one morning Michelle came up with this idea and it was just awesome. Egg Mitch-Muffins are a combination of eggs, diced ham, mushrooms, cream, and grated cheddar all thrown into a muffin tin. It's kind of like a mini baked omelette. They're pretty easy to make and simply delicious.

  • Prep Time : 15 minutes
  • Cook Time : varies minutes
  • Yield : varied



1) Preheat oven to 425 F. Oil or spray muffin tin to prevent sticking.

2) Put the ham and mushrooms into the bottom of the muffin cups. Add grated cheddar cheese. Gently break egg into muffin cup on top of cheese. Try not to break the yolk. Drizzle a little cream on top of the egg and salt and pepper to taste.

3) Place muffin tin in oven and bake for 7-8 minutes for soft yolk, 9-10 minutes for semi-soft yolk, or 11-12 minutes for hard yolks. Serve immediately.

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Egg Mitch-Muffins are a tasty way to start your day.

Ok, Egg Mitch-Muffins is a funny name but since Mitch created this one she gets to name it. These are delicious and fun to make and eat.

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One Response to Egg Mitch-Muffins

  1. Mitch Roy

    I have been allergic to eggs for about 30 years. When I was a teenager, I began to realize that eating eggs caused me a sharp stomach ache that lasted for hours. Over the years, I’ve snuck in the occasional egg because I love those little buggers. Apparently, that has actually done some good, because now, at 45, I am no longer allergic. YAY!

    As a result, I have been playing with eggs. Learning to make omelettes (mostly making quickies because I am too impatient for the low temps a good omelette requires), strattas and quiches. I’ve been working on an egg dish involving ramekins, cottage bacon and lots of rubbery yolks surrounded by goopy, raw white. I have no idea how that happens. But this works; it’s just not as pretty. Do we care?

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