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Breakfast Casserole Muffins for Quick, Freezable, On the Go Breakfasts!

Are you looking for quick but filling breakfasts for your kiddos now that school is starting back? Here’s one you’re going to love! The problem with most quick breakfasts that you can purchase {think granola bars, pop tarts, or cereal} is they are less than healthy, loaded with sugar, and will leave you feeling hungry only a short time after you’ve eaten!  For most of us, the idea of cooking a big breakfast at 5 or 6 in the morning is unappealing or impossible.  These breakfast casserole muffins are easy to make ahead, freeze, and heat and eat before rushing out the door to catch the school bus. Plus, they are full of good for you ingredients and will leave you feeling full until lunch!

Breakfast Casserole Muffins for on the Go Breakfast Great for Back to School!! From WholesomeMommy.com

One of these muffins if plenty for an elementary aged child and two was plenty for me. If you’re a big man or have a growing boy who is eating you out of house and home, you might be able to woof down three. :)

The best part is, you can make these on the weekend or even the night before you wan tot have them and they are great reheated. If you’re going to eat them in a couple days, you can keep them in a sealed container in the fridge. If you make a bunch {more than you can eat in a couple days} you can freeze them and they are still delicious! Just put the number you need in the fridge the night before you plan to eat them and they’ll be easier to reheat with just a few second in the microwave.

Breakfast Casserole Muffins from WholesomeMommy.com



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  1. What size bag of take tots?

    • Denisesawyer says:

      I’m not sure the ounces Lisa, but I used 3 per muffin well – it took a little less than a regular sized bag of Alexia tater tots. I just popped the rest in the freezer and cooked them with lunch one day for the kiddos. :)

  2. This will be a life saver this year. I leave for work an hour before the kids go to school and I know they eat sugary cereals and poptarts if I’m not there.
    THANKS!! :)

  3. These sound wonderful. I’ve never tried freezing anything egg based. Any tips for freezing? Do you wrap each individually in plastic wrap/foil, or just stick them all in a container or bag, or some other method? Thanks!

    • Denisesawyer says:

      I put them in a freezer container. I did one layer, put some wax paper on top, layered another layer. Then, you can easily take out just one or a few because they won’t be frozen together.

  4. Will this work well using carton egg whites for those who don’t like yolks?

    • Denisesawyer says:

      I’m sure it would Sarah…but any reason why you’re skipping out on the yolks? They are were the nutrition is!

      • I am going to use the yolks for the kids. I just don’t like them and want to try them, too! They look yummy. Thanks for sharing!

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