Breakfast has always been the hardest thing for me. I don’t want to eat it, and I don’t want to prep it. This has mostly been an issue because I just never have enough breakfast ideas. I will eat the same thing for breakfast for two months before I get sick of it an need a new idea. I also don’t want to spend a lot of time cooking in the morning because I’m usually in a hurry to get out the door to work. These breakfast wonton cups are super easy to make and you can heat them up in the microwave for a quick breakfast!
My husband made some of these about a month ago and I was like, “Dang those look good!”. Mind you his macros are a little different than mine so he stuffed his full of sausage and cheese. That’s what great about these breakfast wonton cups, you can fill them with anything you like! If you’re counting macros you can build the perfect breakfast for yourself right into these cup little cups! Here is a look at what I used to stuff my breakfast wonton cups.
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The first thing you need to do is spray your muffin pan with some non stick spray. Then line each cup with two wontons like I did here. You want to create a bowl for stuffing as much goodies in as you can.
Next put a dollop of Greek yogurt cream cheese in each one. This is one of my new favorite foods! It’s so yummy and it’s perfect for this recipe! I got this whipped version at Walmart but you can also find a similar one at Smith’s(Kroger). See my Instagram post here.
Next add your ham or whatever kind of meat you choose to use.
Then crack your egg white right on top. I made two for my husband that included the whole egg.
They should come out with nice golden brown edges and oozing melted cheese. Gosh I’m drooling.
I don’t mind my egg a little undercooked because I will just be zapping them in the microwave again anyway. I eat two breakfast wonton cups for breakfast and the macros on two are 17.3g protein, 12.3g carbs, and 6.1g fat.
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Here is a quick video of me creating this recipe in MyFitnessPal so I can calculate the macros and save the recipe.
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