Make The Muffin Pan Your New Secret Brunch Weapon
Maybe you have two friends coming over Sunday morning. Maybe it's 40. Whatever the number, muffin pans help you make individual servings of bacon and eggs, frittatas, and even edible containers for yogurt parfaits and biscuits and gravy.
#Protip: Muffin pan breakfasts tend to freeze well for grab-and-go breakfasts on busy weekday mornings. Yet another reason to make extra!
"Muffins in a cup! Easy, yummy, and best of all, hearty." — Becki
This fun recipe makes an edible container for extra-pretty yogurt parfaits. Here's an alternate version, too.
Bake a biscuit bowl for portable biscuits and gravy!
"These are really easy and make for a great on-the-go breakfast and would be fabulous for a brunch." — Baking Nana
"To make the bread easier to form to the muffin cups, I used the top of the drinking glass to cut a circle, then flattened the circle with a rolling pin just a touch." — Sarah Jo
"High-protein, low-carb option for breakfast that can be served either hot or cold. Add any vegetable or cheese type you like!" — ehagan
"I use center-cut bacon and instead of microwaving it, I partially cooked it in a skillet, crisping up just one side. The bacon was still flexible and just the right length to circle the muffin tins...at 15 minutes, they were puffed and set." — Baking Nana
"I love that I can make a few of these at at time and eat them warm without waiting for a large-enough crowd to justify a tube pan full." — Lindsay Deaver
"Portion-controlled, protein-packed portable meals for on-the-go lifestyles. These freeze well, so I can grab a few for lunch when I'm short on time." — SinfulSugar