These 50-calorie egg muffins are an excellent way to start your day

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Mornings can be notoriously difficult for those of us who have busy schedules or who just simply aren't morning people. Often times, the quality of breakfast gets sacrificed in the rush, and this makes it seem like having a healthy, nourishing breakfast is impossible before work or school. 
Food bloggers Trevor and Jennifer from showmetheyummy.com have run into this problem themselves, so they came up with a 50-calorie egg muffin recipe that has everything you need for a well-rounded, delicious, and healthy breakfast. To see the recipe in full, check out their step-by-step instructions here
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Packed with veggies and protein, these egg muffins will give you a great boost to start your day and stay awake and focused throughout the morning. According to health.com, eggs are one of the best breakfast foods to keep you healthy and energized thanks to their high protein and vitamin D content. They also provide choline, a nutrient that can be difficult to acquire but that is believed to reduce anxiety and to support memory. Now that's a powerful breakfast food!
One of the greatest things about these egg muffins is that most or even all of the prep work can be done beforehand. You can easily bake them at night and then save them in the fridge for up to four days, you could freeze them for longer storage and simply defrost the night before, or you could prep the veggies beforehand and easily assemble and bake the muffins in 15-20 minutes in the morning. All those options make these egg muffins the perfect breakfast for anyone's morning schedule!
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Will you be giving these egg muffins a try? Have any ideas for delicious ingredients to substitute into the mix? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below and be sure to share this recipe if you loved it!
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