Asparagus Bacon Breakfast Bites

I am not a big breakfast fan. I love breakfast food but I do not like to eat first thing in the morning. Give me two cups of good black coffee to slowly enjoy and I am happy. There might have been times that it’s noon and I forgot to eat! So, so many things bad about that. I know!!!

I think I have found one solution. I have been making these little breakfast bite/muffin things for the last few weeks and they are really good and super easy to make. I can pop one or two in the microwave for about 30 seconds or so to reheat and it’s good to go. They also store well in the fridge for 4 days.

Super fresh ingredients

They are lo carb (2 g.) and have a good amount of protein (18 g.). The Hubs and I are trying cut carbs since we have been home from Kauai. He is a type II diabetic and I am a carbaholic!  I am trying to have healthy food available for us that is easy and quick. These are a win/win.

Choose your own fillings!

You can easily adjust this to add any thing that you have in your fridge. Veggies, cheese, proteins. Anything your taste desires. I did them with broccoli, mushrooms and shredded Mexican cheese last week. They were good but needed some punch. I used Tapatío on them after heating up. Perfect!

Ready for the oven

Let me know if you make them and any flavor combos you tried.

Little breakfast reminder for me!

Asparagus Bacon Breakfast Bites

Makes 12 muffin/bites

Serving size: 2 muffins/bites


15 eggs – lightly beaten

10 uncooked asparagus spears – chopped into 1/2 inch pieces

3 slices of bacon – cooked and chopped

3/4 cup shredded parmesan cheese

Salt and pepper to taste

Preheat oven to 350°. Spray muffin pan with cooking spray.

Distribute chopped asparagus and chopped bacon evenly between each muffin tin.

Pour beaten eggs evenly into each muffin tin and top each one with 1 tablespoon of the parmesan.

Bake for 15-18 minutes until cooked through.

215 calories per serving (2 muffins)

6 WW Plus points per serving


One Reply to “Asparagus Bacon Breakfast Bites”

  1. This reciepe is a KEEPER!! So sorry to hear the Hubster is diabetic like myself. Gives me great hope in seeing more diabetic friendly receipes in the future!!! And for the record, carbaholism must run in the genes!! 😉

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