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Can you believe that Easter is just a couple of weeks away? I just checked my calendar and my jaw immediately dropped! I’m actually scheduled to work that weekend, so unfortunately I’ll be working on Easter, but it doesn’t mean I can’t whip up something delicious to share with my family when I can’t be there! We usually don’t do a whole heck of a lot for Easter besides color eggs, eat delicious breakfast food and watch Alea open up her Easter basket, but even so, I’m a little disappointed I’ll be gone the morning of Easter.
To make things a little more special and remind Cory and Alea how much I love them both, I wanted to whip up a little something special for them to enjoy Easter morning. (And maybe something easy enough for me to bring with me to eat on Easter morning at work, as well!) I found a $1 off Kraft Fresh Take coupon, headed out to Walmart and decided that I’d see what I could do to make a fun breakfast twist on this product that’s usually used for quick and easy dinners. Thus the creating of these delciously cute ham, egg, and cheese breakfast muffins! Yes, they’re most definitely as good as they look!
1. Corn muffin mix
2. Kraft Fresh Take (Click for $1 off coupon!) Coupon good through the end of April.
3. 4 eggs
4. Mini cubed ham
5. 1 stick of butter
1. Preheat your oven to 400 degrees.
2. Prepare your corn muffin mix according to the directions on the box in a large mixing bowl.
3. Scramble 3 eggs in a skillet greased with melted butter.
4. Stir the scrambled eggs and the cubed ham into the mixing bowl of corn muffin mix.
5. Grease muffin tin or use cupcake liners.
6. Fill muffin tin 2/3 full with mixture.
7. Bake muffins for 15-18 minutes or until a tooth pick inserted in the center comes out clean.
8. Let cool.
Since this recipe includes eggs and ham, keep refrigerated. Best served fresh, hot, and topped with melted butter!
They turned out even more delicious than I ever envisioned. Using the Southwest Fresh Take really added a little extra zip and zing to the muffins and gave them some a yummy feel. Maybe next time I make them I’ll try adding chorizo and we’ll spice them up a little bit more!
I hope this recipe helps spice up your family’s Easter brunch and makes Easter with your family a little more special!
What’s your favorite food to celebrate Easter with?