Healthy Egg White Breakfast Cups
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The holiday season is full of delicious food to eat. But most of the time, it’s not healthy. Well here are some delicious, quick and healthy egg white breakfast cups that will keep you on track with your diet/fitness lifestyle. They’re also a perfect breakfast item for anyone with an A1 milk protein intolerance.
What’s an A1 milk protein intolerance? Let me give you the backstory. So milk used to only contain A2 milk proteins. But over time cows started producing milk that contained both A1 and A2 proteins. It’s that A1 protein that causes discomfort in some people when drinking dairy! This is called post-dairy digestive discomfort (PD3). After lots of research, a2 Milk® was made. It is the only milk certified to be a2 protein ONLY. The cows are True a2, and the company has put in place a rigorous testing system to insure that their milk only contains the a2 protein. So if you have any discomfort drinking milk, get tested for PD3 and get some a2 Milk® 🙂
- 8 egg whites
- 1/2 cup a2 Milk®
- 1/2 cup frozen spinach
- 1/4 cup dairy-free cheese
- 3 tbsp finely chopped onion
- Himalayan sea salt to taste
- Pepper to taste
- Garlic to taste
- 3 slices of bacon (can sub turkey bacon)
- Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
- Grease mini muffin pan.
- Cook bacon over medium heat until brown and crispy. Set aside on paper towels. Then chop finely.
- Whip egg whites, milk, 1/8 cup of dairy-free cheese, onions, spinach, salt, pepper and garlic in a mixing bowl until fluffy.
- Pour mixture into mini muffin tins and place in oven. Cook for 8-10 minutes or until ALMOST done (middles should still be jiggling).
- Sprinkle tops with remaining dairy free cheese and finely chopped bacon. Place back in one for 4-6 minutes until completely cooked.
- Remove from oven and serve!
I have to admit that I have never heard of A1 and A2 proteins in milk. How do you find out which one you are intolerant of? Is this different than lactose intolerance? And where do you buy this milk?
These look so yummy! I love how you can make so many in a batch. Thanks for sharing!
I love this. I will try it and freeze it so I can bring it to work. Thanks for sharing.
These look super yummy!!!
These looks absolutely delicious, and I want some for breakfast right now! adaatude.com
So, so, SOOOO pinning this. I want to make it this weekend. Nom nom.
These look super tasty and it’s so nice to have something light and fresh after all those other indulgences this time of year! I love how a2 Milk® makes people able to enjoy these who would be able to otherwise!
These sound good! I love things like this that make breakfast simple and healthy on busy mornings!
These breakfast cups look so delicious! We’ll definitely have to try these soon!
If every morning could start with these little bites of joy, I think every day would be amazing!
I love making these! There are so many different toppings/fillings you can put in to keep things fresh 🙂
YUM! You’re speaking my language here! These sound like the perfect little treat for mornings! How cute these would be for a brunch with friends and family!
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I love egg white muffins and omelets one of my favorite breakfasts. Good info on the milk
never heard of A2 but these mini cups look SO delicious!
oh hello. these look delicious and are right up my alley!
These look delicious! My husband is a huge fan of eggs in the morning, so I’ll have to share this recipe with him.
Yum! I make egg cups every Christmas morning because they are super simple and can be customized depending upon what each person wants in theirs! Kind of like an omelette by way easier 🙂
Delicious! Egg cups are so versatile – you can always change out the veggies and proteins to mix it up. These are my favorite go-to.
Ohhh, interesting. I’ve never heard of that kind of milk. I used to drink milk 3 times a day with every meal and within the last 5-8 years I can’t do it anymore and i LOVE milk. I will have to look into this!
These look super delicious. Love the little breakfast cups!
This looks like a healthy make-ahead breakfast. I’ll have to try!
These look so awesome and I think my kids would love them too!!! YUM!
This looks delicious. You won’t mind if I leave out the bacon right? 🙂
This is one recipe I’m definitely trying! It seems to simple and I love that they’re tiny little cups!
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Great post! I’ve made these before but the minis are adorable! Great idea 🙂
I keep saying this but I really need to make egg cups for breakfast. I have 2 hard boiled eggs each morning but this would be so much better and nutritious!
Such a great recipe that I will definitely be trying with our organic eggs! I have never heard of A2 Milk. I will have to read more about it. Thanks for the introduction!
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