WIAW # 77 – Egg and Sausage Muffins

WIAW # 77 – Egg and Sausage Muffins

Good evening everyone. Today was a sad day for me. When I dropped Sophia off at preschool this morning she cried (she hasn’t done this all year) and told me she just wanted me to stay with me all day. It broke my heart. I really wanted to simply bring her home with me and hold her. Of course, I didn’t do that, but boy did I want to. Although, I held it together while I was with her I lost it on my way out to the car. All I could think about was September, when she starts kindergarten. I am going to cherish all my time with her this summer because I know once she goes to school our life will change forever.

Since, it is Wednesday it’s time to talk about food. Instead of talking about my typical day of eating I wanted to share with you my new favorite snack/meal. I have been eating it as an afternoon snack and it has been great. Full of protein and so delicious. McKayla loves them too. We love eggs in our house.

wiaw - egg and sausage muffins


  • 12 eggs
  • 12 egg whites (2 1/4 cups liquid egg whites)
  • 8 cooked sausage links/patties (I used turkey sausage, but you can use any type you choose)


  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  2. Using a whisk or a fork mix the eggs and egg whites in a bowl.
  3. Divide the egg mixture evenly into 16 muffins.
  4. Cut up cooked sausage links/patties and place half a sausage into each cup.
  5. Sprinkle salt and pepper to taste.
  6. Place muffin pan into the oven for about 20-25 minutes.

I used a silicone muffin pan and that worked perfectly. They popped right out. If you use a regular muffin pan make sure to spray it with oil or line each cup with parchment paper.

Each egg and sausage muffin has less them 100 calories and 10 grams of protein. These values depend on type of sausage used.

In the Comments Below:

  1. Have you ever made egg muffins before?
  2. Do eat a lot of eggs?
  3. What was your favorite food from this week?

4 comments on “WIAW # 77 – Egg and Sausage Muffins

  1. Love this recipe! I haven’t made egg muffins in a while, so thanks for the reminder! I love freezing them for quick breakfasts.

    I can totally relate on Sophia not wanting you to leave. We had a few moments this year with Keenan, and itmakes me sad to think he will be going to preschool three days next year and then Kindergarten after that! They grow up way too fast!

    • They are delicious and I love them so much more then a big casserole; this way you can easier grab one or two.

      Yes, they grow up way too fast; it makes me so sad.

  2. Jessica on said:

    I have been meaning to ask what you put on your greek yogurt waffles or pancakes? Do you use syrup and what kind? I am seriously wanting to make these greek yogurt waffles, but I do not have a waffle maker! I need to get one 🙂 Thanks for all of the good recipe ideas. I am making the egg and sausage muffins right now! I am sure my little ones will love them!!

    • I put a little butter with some powdered sugar. I know not the healthiest, but everything in moderation. They are delicious and don’t need much. You don’t need an expensive waffle iron anyone will do. I have used one from the grocery store and it worked great. Those egg muffins are my number one snack right now. So good. They are a hit with the kids and they love that they are in a muffin shape. 🙂


Get every new post on this blog delivered to your Inbox.

Join other followers: