Cheesy Egg Puffs
Total TimePrep: 15 min. Bake: 35 min.
This is great to have stashed in the freezer for a quick breakfast. Easy to make and very tasty! You can add whatever veggies you like. I added ricotta cheese instead of cottage cheese and it turned out great!
These taste better revived from out of the freezer vs freshly made. I like to decrease butter chunk by 1 Tbsp and bake at 325 degrees in lightly sprayed silicone muffin cups. I utilize for protein on-the-go.
Easy to make and delicious!
These were very good! I added crumbled sausage and black olives, in addition to the mushrooms and green onions. They were a bit greasy... I might cut back a little on the sausage, cheese and butter next time. I upgraded my review.... took these camping and we ate them for days... they were great microwaved.
What a great recipe! My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed these puffs with our brunch and I will definitely be making them again!
i have made this several times and it is a keep and must make again recipe. they are great for breakfast and snacks too. i did vary the type of cheese and any flavor works well.
As I was making this, I thought, "Why am I making this? It's probably not very good." So glad I was wrong! I got 24 muffins, not 15. A bonus!
These were good. I added cooked pork sausage, bell peppers and spinach to mine along with the recommended ingredients listed. I didn't have any green onions so I substituted one yellow onion. I also didn't have any Colby cheese so I used shredded taco blend cheeses to mine. I love the fact that you can pretty much used anything in this recipe that your family likes or what you have on hand and it still turns our wonderful. These would also be good with diced tomatoes or salsa added on top just before serving and maybe even a teaspoon of sour cream. This is certainly a keeper and will go in my favorite recipes file.
I really liked these hot out of the oven, but not so much reheated. I love recipes I can make ahead, so I'll try this again and see how they are.