These were originally posted on my personal blog in February 2010, but I had to bring it over here since they are pretty cool. I am highly intrigued by the round eggs on real Egg McMuffins and Shaun (who worked at McDonald's in high school) told me that those involve a mold on the griddle. Well, since I don't have a mold or a griddle, I decided that muffin tins were the next best things.
Basically, we sprayed baking spray in the tins and folded a slice of ham at the bottom (bacon or sausage is good too, but we didn't have those during this experiment and I'm having to use old pictures).
I mixed egg, milk and a little bit of egg white and poured it over the ham, then baked it for about 25 minutes at 350 in the toaster oven. You can do a whole tray of these and freeze them too, then just warm them and top with a slice of cheese for school day breakfast while you toast the English muffins.
These were just two for a breakfast,
and I've since bought a new toaster oven since this one was atrocious.
So, in case you're looking for another premade meal, these are pretty awesome and really simple. :)